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  • Raiders rally past HG in boys hoops opener
    It may have been the season opener, but the Kiel-Howards Grove boys basketball game had the intensity of a post-season battle. The game wasn’t decided until Derrick Grimm’s three-point field goal attempt rolled off the rim as time expired allowing Kiel to hang on for a dramatic 67-64 win at HG Tuesday evening. 
  • Bounce Back Win for Kiel Girls Hoops
    Kiel didn’t let this one slip away.
    The Raiders cut down on their turnovers and got veteran play from a pair of freshmen as they toppled Division 1 foe Sheboygan South, 62-53, in non-conference girls basketball action Saturday night at South’s Acuity Fieldhouse. 
  • Rough opening night for NH girls
    It certainly wasn’t the opening game that Marcus Rumpff and his New Holstein girls basketball team were looking forward to. 
  • Time runs out on Tiger girls

    Call it bad timing. Had the WIAA not gone to a longer game this season, the Chilton Tigers may have walked away from Manitowoc Lutheran with a season opening girls basketball victory Tuesday night.

  • Boos sets pr; Finishes 10th at WIAA State Swimming
    Making her first trip to state, Lauren Boos didn't disappoint. The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah junior had a personal best time of 25.00 seconds and placed 10th in the 50 yard freestyle for Kiel/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah during Friday's WIAA Division 2 Girls Swimming & Diving Championships at Madison's UW Natatorium. 
  • Kiel's Vian finishes 7th in state diving
    With one dive left, Kiel junior Sydney Vian was in reach of a top six finish and medal. However, Memomonie sophomore Grace Braatz was in the same position. 
  • WIAA State Girls Diving Championships
    The diving portion of the Division 2 WIAA State Girls Swimming and Diving Championships is underway at Madison's University of Wisconsin Natatorium. Kiel junior Sydney Vian is one of the 16 competitors. 
  • Kiel's Vian wins sectional diving title
    Sydney Vian captured first place honors Friday night for Kiel/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah in the diving portion of the WIAA Division 2 Girls Swimming and Diving Sectional at Plymouth High School. 
  • WIAA D4 Boys Soccer: WLA stuns top-seeded Hilltoppers
    After beating and tying Winnebago Lutheran during the regular season, St. Lawrence Seminary met WLA for a third time and this time it was WLA prevailing by a 3-1 score in a WIAA Division 4 sectional semifinal match at Alumni Field in Mount Calvary. 
  • Tritons 1st half goal holds up; Eliminates Huskies
    Although the New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah boys soccer had beaten Green Bay Notre Dame on the Tritons home turf three weeks ago, co-coaches Nate Laabs and Steve Conrad knew the Huskies had to play even better when the two squads met again Thursday afternoon in New Holstein with a lot more on the line. 
  • Making her first appearance at state, Kiel junior Rachel Halbach overcame inclement weather and a soft course to place 49th Saturday in the girls Division 2 field of the WIAA State Cross Country Championships at The Ridges Golf Course near Wisconsin Rapids. 
  • Freedom pulls away from Kiel 27-7
    Kiel fought tooth and nail with a heavily favored Freedom squad, but the bigger Irish used a big fourth quarter to break open a close game and beat the Raiders 27-7 in a WIAA Division 4 Level 2 football playoff game Friday night before a large crowd at Kaukauna's Bayorgeon Field. 
  • Surging Campbellsport spikes Tigers in regional final
    There are some teams who look forward to the post season after a so-so regular season. Campbellsport's volleyball team fits that description. 
  • Kiel's Halbach headed to CC state
    Junior Rachel Halbach of Kiel finished 11th overall and was the fourth of five individual qualifiers for state following competition Friday in the WIAA Division 2 Two Rivers Cross Country Sectional. 
  • NH/EL-G rides big 2nd half for regional soccer crown
    After a scoreless first half, the New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah boys soccer erupted for three second half goals and went on for a 3-0 win over Seymour Saturday afternoon at Kiwanis Park in New Holstein in the WIAA Division 3 Regional Championship match. 
  • Amherst showed why it is perhaps the favorite to win the Division 5 state championship this season as it crushed visiting New Holstein 49-12 on Friday in a WIAA Level 1 playoff game. Neither the score nor the game statistics are indicative of how lopsided the game was as Amherst scored 28 points in the game’s first seven minutes. The Falcons led 21-0 after having only run two plays from scrimmage, thanks in part to a game opening 36-yard interception return for a touchdown by Wisconsin recruit Tyler Biadasz.
  • Raider defense shuts down Little Chute in 19-7 win
    A total team effort. That’s how Kiel football coach Mike Dressler described his team’s 19-7 victory over Little Chute in a WIAA Division 4 Level One football playoff game at soggy Fifrick Field Friday night. 
  • Third seeded Luxemburg-Casco came out on the attack taking charge right away enroute to a 9-1 win over Kiel Thursday afternoon in a WIAA Division 3 boys soccer regional semifinal match in Luxemburg. 
  • Brief detour: Falls sweeps Tigers in EWC volleyball
    The Eastern Wisconsin Conference volleyball race just got a lot more interesting.
  • Raiders get 4 seed in WIAA football playoffs; Host Little Chute
    Kiel will open WIAA Division 4 football playoff action on its home turf.

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