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  • Making the WIAA playoffs is good news-period-for high school football teams.
  • New Holstein weathered an up and down game Friday night and an up and down season, and it has a nice prize to show for it-a berth in the WIAA football playoffs.
  • NHHS Cheerleaders host youth clinic
    The New Holstein High School cheerleading squad under the direction of advisor Dyanna Muldoon recently held a clinic for future NH cheerleaders.
  • Just a reminder to New Holstein High School football fans that tonight's game is played at Municipal Field in Manitowoc, not at Manitowoc Roncalli High School.
  • It was a long night for the New Holstein High School football team Friday night as it fell to host Sheboygan Falls 48-3.
  • Hilltopper CC 4th at Horicon
    The St. Lawrence Seminary cross country team placed fourth out of 13 schools at the recent River Run Invitational in Horicon. Omro was the team champion.
  • It was a very happy Homecoming at New Holstein High School Friday night as the Huskies coasted to a 36-6 victory over Chilton.
  • A total of 31 youths participated in the New Holstein Optimist Club's annual Punt, Pass & Kick Contest held Wednesday, Sept. 30 at Funke Field.
  • NH/EL-G 3rd at Kiel Invite
    New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah allowed just one goal in three matches, yet the Huskies had to settle for a third place finish at the Kiel Raider Soccer Invitational.
  • New Holstein went on a 23-point scoring run Friday night to come back from a 21-7 deficit and beat visiting Valders 30-27 in an entertaining Eastern Wisconsin Conference football game.
  • New Holstein's Optimist Club will be sponsoring its annual Punt, Pass and Kick Contest on Wednesday, Sept. 30 from 3 to 6 p.m. at Funke Field behind the Elementary School.
  • Kiel scored in every quarter Friday night while its defense shut out New Holstein in a 35-0 Eastern Wisconsin Conference football victory at New Holstein.
  • SLS soccer off to good start
    Only a late goal by Sheboygan South kept the St. Lawrence Seminary boys soccer team from an undefeated opening week.
  • It was an incredibly entertaining football game at New Holstein High School Friday night-but, unfortunately for the Huskies, also incredibly disappointing.
  • New Holstein evened its football record at 1-1 Friday night with a 26-13 victory over visiting Waupun.
  • Opening football games are often learning experiences-and New Holstein High School has a lot of opportunity to learn following a 52-20 home loss Friday night (Aug. 21) to Berlin.
  • The New EWC Ready For Fall Openers
    While most high school sports in the area await the new Eastern Wisconsin Conference, not all sports are equally effected. In the case of girls and boys swimming at Chilton and Kiel, the EWC stays intact.
  • NHHS announces baseball awards
    Players in the New Holstein Huskies varsity and junior varsity baseball programs have been honored with the traditional post season awards from the high school. Here is a list of the players and the awards they have won:
  • Huskies, Raiders gain All-EWC Baseball honors
    New Holstein has seven players and Kiel four honored by the Eastern Wisconsin Conference as the 2015 All-EWC Baseball Team was released.
  • Cain outduels Weber as Huskies fall 2-0 in sectional baseball
    Plymouth took advantage of their limited opportunities and New Holstein did not as the Panthers scored a 2-0 win over the Huskies Monday afternoon in a WIAA summer baseball sectional semifinal at Howards Grove High School.

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