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  • NH soccer 5th at Kiel Invite
    New Holstein allowed just one goal all day Saturday. But it came at a bad time.
  • Meyer shines for Kiel at EWC Boys Track
    Jon Meyer had quite a night for the Kiel boys track team as the Raiders took third at the EWC Championships Monday in Brillion. Two Rivers was first with 160 points followed by Valders at 149-1/2 and Kiel at 117-1/2.
  • Brillion takes EWC softball lead with win over Tigers
    A 4-1 week for the Tiger softball team, but the one loss was a big one.
  • Chilton, Marytown post ESL upsets
    A pair of major upsets in East Shore Baseball League action over the weekend as Marytown shocked Forest and Chilton outslugged Mount Calvary. Here are the game recaps with Cleveland having a bye:
  • Raider girls roll to another EWC track crown
    Back-to-back has a nice ring to it and the Kiel girls track team is enjoying that as they waltzed to another Eastern Wisconsin Conference title easily outdistancing runner up Sheboygan Falls 178-139 Monday evening in Brillion.
  • Chilton boys 6th at EWC Track
    Chilton had five runner up performances and the Tigers were sixth as a team in the boys portion of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Track Championships in Brillion where Two Rivers took team honors.
  • Chilton's Hall of Famer returns home
    Dave Casper may have spent most of his youth in suburban Chicago, but make no mistake, he has a definite love for Chilton, Wisconsin.
    The National Football League Hall of Famer and Chilton High School graduate returned home Wednesday to present his alma mater with a plaque commemorating his enshrinement into the NFL Hall of Fame before a throng of his former Tiger teammates, coaches, as well as the present Chilton High School football team, student body and Chilton dignitaries.
  • Kiel girls track wins Reedsville crown again
    For the fourth year in a row, the Raider girls track team won the Reedsville Invitational and with the boys team taking second in their portion, Kiel won the overall co-ed title for the third consecutive season.
  • New Holstein Golf Preview: New Coach, New Hope
    A new coach and new optimism for the Husky golf program this spring. JV coach Peter Hofmeister moves up the ranks to take over for Seth Neilsen who is teaching and coaching in Wisconsin Dells. Hofmeister faces a small rebuild project, but NH could be a team to keep an eye on.
    The New Holstein golf preview:
  • Kiel Golf Preview: Veteran Raiders look to make noise
    A veteran lineup lends home for Kiel as they look to continue their rise under second year head coach Todd Witt. Can the Raiders challenge five-time defending EWC champ Sheboygan Falls?
    The Kiel golf preview:
  • Chilton Golf Preview: Tigers on a mission
    It was a disappointing end to the 2016 season for the Chilton golf team and the 2017 Tigers are on a mission. Kelly Moehn, the Tiger assistant a year ago, takes over for the retired Wayne Brandt as Chilton takes aim at ending Sheboygan Falls’ five-year term as Eastern Wisconsin Conference champion.
    The Chilton golf preview:
  • Tiger boys track 10th at Manitowoc
    Fernando Malpica scored 11 of Chilton’s 21 points as the Tigers tied Mishicot for tenth place out of 15 schools with 21 points last Thursday in the Earl Hebert Indoor Boys Track and Field Invitational at Manitowoc’s JFK Fieldhouse.
  • Schobert, Walsdorf head All-EWC Girls Hoops
    Unlike last season when the entire First Team was seniors, underclassmen dominate the First Team this season as the All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference Girls Basketball Teams were released.
  • Another classic, but Valders downs Huskies in overtime
    In their previous two meetings this season it was a six-point New Holstein win at Valders and a five-point Valders win at New Holstein. So when the Huskies and Vikings met for a third time, and this time on a neutral floor, fans would only expect another white-knuckler.
  • Steffes rescues Huskies for regional crown
    The night did not start good for the New Holstein boys basketball team.
  • Huskies advance to regional final
    New Holstein overcame a 31-point night from Sheboygan Falls’ Jared Petrie and again used balanced scoring from all five starters in an 88-75 win over the Falcons Friday night in a WIAA Division 3 Regional Semifinal game at New Holstein.
  • EWC finale: Kiel slips past Chilton
    Chilton gave Kiel all it could handle, however the Raiders used a mid-second half surge to get past the Tigers for a 60-41 win in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference and regular season boys basketball final game Thursday evening at Chilton High School.
  • Denmark ends season for Tiger girls
    Like the weather of last week, the Chilton offense went from hot to icy in a matter of a few days.
  • Kiel girls regional postponed; Moved to Saturday
    Kiel High School athletic director Pat Geigel has announced that Friday night's WIAA Division 3 Girls Basketball Regional Semifinal between host Kiel and Southern Door has been postponed.
  • Sell, Ladd advance; Buechel drops state opener
    Area wrestlers won two of three matches on opening night of the WIAA Division Individual Wrestling Championships at the Kohl Center in Madison.
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