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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.
  • Despite Homecoming loss, Chilton still qualifies for playoffs
    A great kick off return by Chilton's Spencer Bertotto got the Tiger football team off to a favorable start in its Homecoming game with Valders Friday night. But things gradually got worse.
  • 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.
  • Falls wins EWC football title on tipped TD pass
    Sheboygan Falls captured another Eastern Wisconsin Conference football championship and for the second time in three seasons, they did it on Fifrick Field. 
  • 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.
  • Tigers keep playoff hopes alive with 21-7 win at Brillion
    Chilton continued its late drive for a WIAA football playoff berth with an impressive 21-7 Eastern Wisconsin Conference win Friday night at Brillion in the Lions’ Homecoming game.
  • 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.
  • Shake up night in EWC football
    Despite a record setting evening from split end Brian Barrette, Kiel’s football team saw its Homecoming game spoiled by Valders as the Vikings rallied from down 10-0 at halftime to stun the Raiders 19-17 before a large Homecoming crowd Friday at Fifrick Field.
  • 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.
  • Bifano, Falls wear down Tigers
    Using a ball-controlled offense, Sheboygan Falls moved to 3-0 in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference with a 27-7 football win over the Chilton Tigers Friday night at Morrissey Field.
  • Chaussee' leads Chilton VB past Huskies
    A great week for the Chilton volleyball team ended with a thrilling conference opening dual win over New Holstein.
    The Tigers and Huskies fought back and forth all evening before Chilton prevailed 26-24, 29-27, 22-25 and 25-14.
  • Husky spikers 2-4 at Beaver Dam Invite
    Experiencing just a few bumps along the way, the Husky volleyball team thumped St. Mary’s Springs in a non-conference match in Fond du Lac by scores of 25-11, 25-19, 24-26 and 25-21.
  • Raiders shoot down Jets
    Dominating from the opening kick, the Raider football team is off to a 4-0 start and most importantly, a 2-0 start in Eastern Wisconsin Conference play, after a 50-0 thumping of Manitowoc Roncalli on a cool September evening last Friday at Fifrick Field.
  • Hilbert/Stockbridge hangs on for 6-0 win over Kohler co-op
    Grant Propson’s two-yard quarterback keeper midway through the first quarter would be the only score of the game as Hilbert/Stockbridge held on for a 6-0 Big East Conference football win over Kohler/Sheboygan Area Lutheran/Sheboygan Christian Friday night at Lakeland University’s newly refurbished stadium.
  • 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.
  • Friday leads Kiel to 49-14 win over Tigers
    Chilton threw the first blow, but unlike last year, Kiel managed to survive and in a big way.
  • Chilton Volleyball Preview: Tigers look for 3-Peat
    Chilton’s volleyball enters the 2017 season as two-time champion of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference. A large portion of the 2016 squad that advanced to sectionals for the first time ever has graduated, but the reigning EWC Player of the Year returns and the Tigers look to be the team to beat again.
    The 2017 Tiger volleyball preview:
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