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  • Stockbridge honors thousand-point scorers
    Stockbridge High School honored the six basketball players (five male and one female) that have scored 1000 points in their careers.
  • HS Scoreboard - Tue., Dec. 5
    Action from around the area on Tuesday, December 5:
  • Tuesday, November 28 HS Recaps
    Here’s what happened in high school sports in the Tri-County News area Tuesday night (Nov. 28)
  • Kiel Boys Basketball Preview: Major rebuilding for Raiders
    It’s a major rebuilding project that veteran Kiel boys basketball coach Jamie Arenz hasn’t seen in quite some time. But Arenz doesn’t mind flying under the radar this season. The vast majority of last season’s squad has graduated, but the Raiders still have a nice foundation to rebuild.
    The 2017-18 Raider boys basketball preview:
  • Chilton Boys Basketball Preview: Tigers aim for major improvement
    Chilton’s boys basketball team has one of its most veteran teams in several season as they look to turn around a program that has just one win in the past two seasons. The Tigers aim to be the surprise team this winter in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference.
    The Chilton boys hoops preview:
  • New Holstein Boys Basketball Preview: Huskies set to defend EWC crown
    The Husky boys basketball team enters this season in a position they are not too used to – reigning conference champions. Eastern Wisconsin Conference Player of the Year Nolan Beirne is gone and off to St. Norbert College, and Second Team sharpshooting guard Devin Schisel is also gone and off to a collegiate football career at Wisconsin Lutheran College. Big shoes to fill for coach Jason Hoerth. But the Huskies have plenty of ammunition back and taking the title away from NH will be a hard task for EWC foes.
    The NH boys hoops preview: 
  • Kiel Booster Club makes more donations
    The Kiel Booster Club awarded financial gifts recently to the Raider football and wrestling programs.
  • Kiel Girls Basketball Preview: Raiders to contend for EWC crown
    Jeremy Bushman, the winningest coach in Kiel girls basketball history, has another talented squad that will take to the floor this winter. After finishing one game behind Valders for the Eastern Wisconsin Conference title, ten returning letter winners aim to bring the 2017-18 EWC crown back to Kiel.
    The 2017-18 Raider girls basketball preview:
  • New Holstein Girls Basketball Preview: Huskies look to end long skid
    Nowhere to go but up for the New Holstein girls basketball team as they enter this season looking to end a streak of 50 consecutive defeats. But the outlook is very promising as the Huskies have one of their most veteran teams in several seasons.
    The NH girls hoops preview:
  • The Chilton Tiger girls basketball team brings a fairly young and inexperienced team to the floor this winter, but there is still plenty of optimism as the Tigers will be built around their defense.
    Here is the 2017-18 Tiger girls hoops preview:
  • "Shoeless" Steiner takes 15th at WIAA State CC
    Chilton cross country star runner Dominic Steiner sure likes to do things the hard way.
  • Arnold 31st at WIAA State Cross Country
    The couple of thousands of spectators watching the WIAA State Cross Country Championships braved chilly conditions Saturday, but to Kiel runner Ashton Arnold, the weather was just fine.
  • 6th seeded Martin Luther upsets Kiel
    The door was open for Kiel to advance far into the WIAA Division 4 football playoffs. Greendale Martin Luther had other ideas.
  • New Holstein went toe-to-toe Friday night with a number-one seed and last year’s State runner-up, but in the end Cedar Grove/Belgium earned a 28-18 playoff win over the Huskies.
  • It was a very good night for the Tri-County News area’s high school football teams Friday.
  • Big 2nd quarter propels Raiders to opening playoff win
    It took a quarter to get going, but when they did, there was no stopping the Kiel Raider offense as they rolled to a 41-13 victory over the Kohler/Sheboygan Area Lutheran/Sheboygan County Christian co-op team in a Level One WIAA Divison 4 football playoff win Friday night under unseasonably warm conditions at Fifrick Field.
  • New Holstein went on the road Friday to take on a higher seed and a program with a strong tradition—but none of that apparently mattered to the Huskies who came away from Kewaunee with a 32-14 victory in a WIAA Level 1, Division 5 football playoff game.
  • New Holstein 3rd at EWC Volleyball Tournament
    Brillion, the number three seed, surprised the second seeded New Holstein Huskies in the semifinal round of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Volleyball Tournament at Chilton on Saturday. The tournament had no bearing on the conference champion. Regular season champ Chilton is the declared EWC champion.
  • Raider VB spikes Roncalli - 6th at EWC Tourney
    Kiel entered the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Volleyball Tournament as the sixth seed and that’s where they left.
  • Tiger boys 2nd; Girls 6th at EWC Cross Country
    Defending champ Valders placed their five scoring runners among the top nine overall and easily secured another Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys cross country title last Thursday on their home course.
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