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  • Chilton aces Berlin for regional vb crown
    Saturday night's WIAA Division 2 girls volleyball regional championship match at Chilton High School featured the top two seeds, but the Tigers made it look rather easy.
  • Wrightstown stuns NH/EL-G kickers in PK shootout
    It wasn't supposed to end this way.
  • Feldmann leads Kiel to 41-14 win over Mariners
    Kiel advanced to Level 2 of the WIAA Division 4 football playoffs for the second consecutive year with a convincing 41-14 Level 1 win over fifth seeded St. Francis Friday night at Kiel’s Fifrick Field.
  • Schmitz reaches 1000 digs; Chilton VB moves on
    The Tigers made quick work of their name-sake from Ripon sweeping the visiting Ripon Tigers Thursday night in a regional semifinal. Scores were 25-11, 25-10 and 25-12. Chilton never trailed in the match.
  • Valenzuela, Huskies cruise past Winneconne
    Senior Josue Valenzuela netted the first three goals and New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah easily beat 16th seeded Winneconne, 8-1, in a WIAA Division 3 boys soccer regional semifinal Thursday afternoon at Kiwanis Park in New Holstein.
  • Tiger volleyball sweeps by Brillion
    Last week Tuesday in Chilton, it was all Tigers in a three-set sweep of Brillion in EWC play. Scores were 25-16, 25-19, 25-16.
  • Sheb Falls sweeps Huskies in EWC volleyball
    Visiting Sheboygan Falls was clicking last Tuesday night and rolled to a three-set sweep of the Huskies at NHHS by scores of 25-10, 25-15, 25-19.
  • Huskies, Hilltoppers earn top soccer seeds
    The WIAA has announced its seedings and regional pairings for the boys soccer tournament series that starts this Thursday and two of the three local teams are top seeds.
  • Time runs out on Kiel; Falls hangs on 21-14
    The clock ran out on Kiel.
  • New Holstein High School seniors capped their football careers in a big way Friday night with two of them reaching milestones and others contributing to a 49-0 romp over injury-riddled Manitowoc Roncalli.
  • Chilton spikers close in on EWC title
    The Tiger volleyball team fended off another main threat to its conference crown sweeping host Sheboygan Falls in surprisingly easy fashion last week Tuesday night by scores of 25-18, 25-17 and 25-15.
  • New Holstein/EL-G claims boys soccer crown
    It took just six minutes for Steve Conrad and Manuel Valenzuela to get the match up they wanted.
  • Raider swimmers slip past Seymour, 92-91
    It’s not too often that a second place finish was key in winning a swim meet, but that was the case last Thursday night as the Kiel/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah girls swim team held off a late rally from Seymour for a 92-91 non-conference dual win at Kiel High School.
  • Tigers stun Kiel
    Chilton won’t be playing in the upcoming WIAA football playoffs, but they sure played like a playoff-bound team Friday night.
  • New Holstein was still in the ballgame going into the fourth quarter Friday night (Oct. 7) against conference power Sheboygan Falls, but the Falcons pulled away for a 31-6 win in high school football.
  • Over 400 participants will show their support for bullying prevention and education at the Fourth Annual Run T.A.L.L. 5K featuring an Inspire Dreams ½ mile Kids’ Fun Run presented by Amerequip this Saturday, Oct. 8 at Kiwanis Park in New Holstein.
  • New Holstein dominated both sides of the ball Friday night for an easy 35-6 victory over host Chilton.
  • Endries runs Raiders into playoffs
    With Tyler Kienbaum sidelined at least two more weeks with a shoulder injury, Kiel football coach Mike Dressler has looked for someone in his backfield to step up in Kienbaum's absence.
  • Husky kickers take down Falls and St. Lawrence
    New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah boys soccer team posted a key Eastern Wisconsin/Packerland Conference win and rallied on Saturday for an impressive road non-conference win.
  • Kiel 2nd in home swim triangular
    Kiel/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah led halfway through, but defending Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls swimming and diving champion Kohler Triad used first and second place sweeps in the final three events to break away to win a conference triangular meet at Kiel High School last Thursday scoring 148 points to Kiel/EL-G’s 113.

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