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  • Raiders rally past Waupun, 28-21
    The Kiel offense enjoyed great field position all night, but it was the defense that came up big as the Raiders rallied for a 28-21 season opening non-conference football win over Waupun Friday night at Veterans Memorial Field in Waupun.
  • New Holstein’s ground game outlasted Mishicot’s passing game Friday night as the Huskies’ football team won its season opener 42-25 at NHHS.
  • Tiger football looks to end short playoff drought
    Chilton football looks to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2013 behind ten lettermen. The 2016 Tigers had highs and lows and hope to add a few more highs. The Eastern Wisconsin Conference is up for grabs and the Tigers can surprise some people.
    Here is the Chilton football preview:
  • Kiel football strong at skill positions
    The 2016 football season at Kiel High School was another for the history books. The Raiders reached Level 3 of the WIAA playoffs for the first time in school history and overcame some key injuries to earn the final playoff berth from the Eastern Wisconsin Conference. But star players Austin Goehring, Jonathan Meyer and Derek Campbell have graduated and Kiel looks at a major rebuild of its offensive and defensive lines with huge losses there.
    However, Kiel is experienced at the skill positions and that leads to a positive look at a fourth consecutive playoff berth.
    The 2017 Raider football preview:
  • Hilbert/Stockbridge gridders eye Camp Randall
    Most teams would be head over heels excited about a 12-1 football season. But for the Hilbert/Stockbridge co-op team, there is still work to be done.
    The 2017 Wolves look to finish off where last years team fell short – a trip to the state finals in Madison. They have 20 returning lettermen to finish the job.
    Here is the H/S football preview:
  • Kiel Claims WIAA State Baseball Sportsmanship Award
    They were the smallest of the four schools at the WIAA State Summer Baseball Tournament, but Kiel had the largest fan base and it is this support and behavior that has led to the WIAA naming Kiel as recipient of its Rural Insurance Sportsmanship Award for Summer Baseball. It is the first award of this kind for the community and school.
  • Raider baseball falls 11-1 to Marquette at state
    Kiel struck first, but Milwaukee Marquette struck more often.
  • Huskies whip Falls in sectional semifinal
    While Monday evening’s loss to Kiel in the sectional final ended another fantastic season, the New Holstein baseball team posted a pair of tourney wins prior.
  • WIAA State Summer Baseball Tournament Info
    Kiel’s new athletic director Chris Christopherson has announced that the Kiel baseball team will get a grand send off this Friday morning as they head to the WIAA State Summer Tournament.
  • Meet your 2017 WIAA State Tournament Kiel Raider Baseball Team
    Kiel will be making just its second appearance in school history at the WIAA State Summer Baseball Tournament in Mequon on Friday. Here are your Raiders:
  • A Kiel Raider baseball alumnus will host a radio lifestream broadcast of the WIAA state baseball tournament matchup between the Kiel Raiders and Milwaukee Marquette Friday at 11:20 a.m. with the first pitch at 11:35.
  • Raider baseball ends 48-year drought. Beat Huskies 8-2 in sectional final
    The curse of the goat ended for the Chicago Cubs in Wrigley Field last October. You can say Kiel baseball’s curse of the goat ended Monday evening at New Holstein High School.
  • Huskies host WIAA baseball sectional as top seed; Kiel #3
    New Holstein will never have to leave the comforts of their home diamond as seedings for the WIAA Summer Baseball Tournament series were released over the weekend.
  • Raider baseball blanks Kohler/Sheboygan Christian 12-0
    Up until Monday, the Kiel baseball team had been struggling at the plate.
    The Raiders found the right medicine in Kohler/Sheboygan County Christian.
  • Cleveland nears 1st half ESL title
    Cleveland claimed at least a share of the first half title in the East Shore Baseball League with a convincing win last Sunday. Here are game recaps:
  • All-EWC Softball: Chilton leads the way
    As expected, Chilton and conference champion Brillion dominated spots on the 2017 All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference Softball Teams.
  • Chilton's Brandt returns to WIAA State Golf
    The Chilton Tiger golf team made a serious run towards a state tournament berth placing fourth in a strong field last week Tuesday at the WIAA Division 2 Racine St. Catherine’s Sectional held at the Racine Country Club.
  • Hilbert/Stockbridge looks strong at WIAA State Track
    It was a very good opening day for both the Hilbert/Stockbridge boys and girls track teams at the WIAA State Championships in La Crosse on Friday.
  • Stiefvater 16th at state shot put
    Nicole Stiefvater could have been disheartened by her 16th place finish at state, but being the positive athlete she is, the Chilton junior took the positive approach.
  • Kiel girls 1600 relay reach state finals
    A bit of good luck, but also some bad luck for Kiel athletes on day one of the two-day WIAA State Track and Field Championships on Friday at Veterans Memorial Stadium in La Crosse.
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