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  • Opening round games have been announced for all four local high school football teams participating in the WIAA playoffs.
  • Football coaches are meeting at 11 a.m. Saturday morning, Oct. 14 at sites around Wisconsin to determine seedings for the WIAA playoffs.
  • A bend-but-don’t-break defense led Kiel High School’s football team to a 21-0 victory Friday night (Oct. 13) over rival and host New Holstein.
  • It wasn’t pretty, but New Holstein High School’s football team certainly will take an ugly win if it means qualifying for the WIAA playoffs.
  • In a superb high school football game Friday night (Sept. 29), New Holstein outlasted visiting Valders 35-26 to make it a happy Homecoming for the Huskies.
  • New Holstein built a 25-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 39-13 victory Friday evening (Sept. 22) over Manitowoc Roncalli at Manitowoc’s Municipal Field.
  • A couple key plays which did not go New Holstein’s way went a long way toward contributing to a 33-21 defeat Friday night (Sept. 15) at Two Rivers.
  • Neighborhood rivals duked it out for four quarters Friday night in New Holstein with the host Huskies coming away with an 18-13 victory over Chilton in an Eastern Wisconsin Conference football game.
  • The game was there for the taking, but then one late, long play dashed the hopes of New Holstein High School’s football team Friday night, Sept. 1.
  • When school starts again in a few days, the strongest students walking around New Holstein High School might be the cheerleading squad.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • New Holstein dominated both sides of the ball Friday night for an easy 35-6 victory over host Chilton.
  • A total of 31 youths participated in the New Holstein Optimist Club’s annual Punt, Pass & Kick Contest held Wednesday, Sept. 28 at Funke Field.
  • New Holstein’s Optimist Club will be sponsoring its annual Punt, Pass and Kick Contest on Wednesday, Sept. 28 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Funke Field behind the Elementary School.
  • After a scoreless first quarter Friday night, Valders scored on five of its next nine possessions to take a 33-7 lead and eventually beat visiting New Holstein 33-21.
  • New Holstein scored on all five of its first-half possessions Friday night to notch its first high school football victory of the season 38-6 over Brillion.
  • Fans on both sides of the field were entertained Friday night, but one side had to leave disappointed with the final outcome—and those were the fans of New Holstein’s Huskies.
  • Berlin ran up a 21-0 halftime lead on its way to a 38-14 victory Friday night over visiting New Holstein in a season opening nonconference football game.
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