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  • Kiel, Valders battle to 0-0 tie
    Statistically, Kiel dominated. The scoreboard said otherwise.
  • New Holstein softball standouts Taylor Doherty and Emily Casper were recently named to the Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association Senior All-Star team.
  • Raider softball beats Howards Grove
    After nearly pulling off a huge upset Friday evening, the Kiel Raider softball was finally rewarded for its recent outstanding play as they ended a 34-game losing streak that dated back to 2014.
  • Rebuilding in the truest sense. That says what lies ahead for the 2016 Tiger boys tennis team. Only three lettermen are back and a new head coach but Chilton will be fun to watch as they grow.
  • Kiel had opportunities, but couldn't cash in and Denmark broke away from a scoreless halftime tie putting two goals on the board enroute to a 2-0 win over the Raiders in the 2016 girls soccer season opener on a rain-soaked Al Doebert Field in Kiel Thursday afternoon.
  • Kewaunee nips Tigers in softball opener
    The 2016 softball season opened last week Tuesday when a pair of powers met in numbing cold conditions with host Kewaunee rallying in their final at bat to steal a 2-1 non-conference victory over Chilton at Kewaunee High School.
  • All-EWC Girls Basketball
    Players from five different schools are represented on the First Team All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference Girls Basketball list that came out this week. Among those five is Kiel senior guard Sara Winkel, the top three-point shooter in the EWC, as well as the state in Division 3. Winkel was honorable mention a year ago.
  • Eric Hoefler takes over control of the New Holstein girls track team after co-coaching with Richard Mueller a year ago. Hoefler has a small roster to work with, but hopes quality overcomes the quantity.
    The NH girls track preview:
  • Bolstered by eight returning lettermen, Stuart Dewhurst’s New Holstein boys track team has its eyes set on competing for a championship in the newly renovated Eastern Wisconsin Conference. Relays and sprints look to be the strong point.
    A look at the 2016 Husky boys track and field team:
  • Kiel Girls Track Eyes To Overtake TR
    It’s still the Eastern Wisconsin Conference, but it has a facelift. Gone is long-time nemesis Plymouth and still hanging around are traditional rivals New Holstein, Sheboygan Falls and Two Rivers while Brillion, Chilton, Manitowoc Roncalli and Valders join the party for what should be a highly competitive girls track season. Kiel looks to be in the hunt for top honors.
  • Nickel, Brack lead Kiel Boys Track
    Kiel boys track and field returns two athletes with state tournament experience and the Raiders look to challenge again in the newly revamped Eastern Wisconsin Conference. Plymouth and Waupun are gone, but Valders and Brillion are among those added to the mix.
    The Kiel boys track and field preview:
  • Brittany Jaeger won two events and Kiel had two relay teams come in first as the Raiders looked in mid-season form taking the title Friday evening at the Sheboygan North Indoor Girls Track and Field Invitational beating seven Division 1 schools and reigning Eastern Wisconsin Conference champion Two Rivers.
  • Chilton Girls Track and Field Preview
    Life in the Olympian Conference was tough, but the Chilton girls track team won several conference titles. The Tigers return to the Eastern Wisconsin Conference and things only get tougher. However, veteran coach Rocky Gozdziewski has assembled another large and talented roster and looks forward to challenging Two Rivers, Kiel and former OC rivals Brillion and Valders in the new EWC.
    The 2016 Tiger preview:
  • Chilton Boys Track and Field Preview
    Chilton’s boys track and field team had a lot of success as a member of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference in the 1980’s and 1990’s. The Tigers, after a solid history in the Olympian Conference, returns to its old home in the EWC. But coach Matt Wehde faces a depth problem, yet the Tigers have some standout athletes to take to the track.
    A look at the 2016 Tigers:
  • Raiders slip past Clippers in WIAA opener
    Sturgeon Bay had the long trip to make, but Kiel looked like the ones with the heavy legs, at least in the first half of their WIAA Division 3 boys basketball regional opener.
  • The boys basketball seasons for both Kiel and New Holstein came to a close in heartbreaking fashion Friday night as each dropped 1-point decisions in WIAA Division 3 regional semifinal contests
  • Wrightstown rallies to top Kiel 61-52 in sectional semifinal
    Kiel came out red hot but a late first half rally by Wrightstown, along with some second half hiccups by the Raiders, led to a 61-52 Wrightstown victory in a WIAA Division 3 girls basketball sectional semifinal game before a big crowd Thursday night at Manitowoc’s JFK Fieldhouse.
  • Schweitzer sends Raider girls to WIAA Sectionals
    In becoming Kiel’s all-time leading scorer Cassie Schweitzer has scored some big points in her four-year varsity career. Probably none were as big as the three she scored in the closing seconds Saturday night.
  • Redemption! Kiel girls oust Valders
    Valders stunned Kiel in a WIAA girls basketball regional final a year ago at Kiel High School.
    They met again this season in tournament play except that it was a semifinal game and it was Valders that came in as the favorite playing on its home floor.
  • Buechel advances at WIAA State Wrestling
    Matt Buechel had a successful first appearance at the WIAA State Individual Wrestling Tournament pinning Dylan Campton of Cashton at the 3:29 mark of their 220 pound first round match of Division 3 at the Kohl Center in Madison.

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