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  • WIAA Girls Track Regional: Kiel beats out Chilton
    Kiel is beginning to like Valders a lot. For the second time in six days, the Raiders walked away with a track and field championship.
  • Boys Track: Kiel takes D2 Valders Regional
    All four local schools qualified athletes for sectional competition following Monday's WIAA Division 2 Track and Field Regional at Valders High School.
  • Husky 9 fall to Spartans in opener
    New Holstein hung tough with state power West Bend West, but didn't have the offense in a 5-1 season opening baseball loss to the Spartans Saturday at Regner Park in West Bend.
  • Tough opening day for Raider baseball
    The 2016 summer baseball season for Kiel began against two very familiar opponents in Two Rivers and Campbellsport.
  • Chilton dropped a 7-0 boys tennis match at Kohler Thursday.
  • Chilton High School’s girls softball team won a key game Thursday afternoon over New Holstein 14-7.
  • The Marcio Leite Soccer Camp is coming to New Holstein!
  • Late goal lifts New Holstein past Kiel
    Julia Danes centered a pass to a wide open Hannah Krupp who beat Kiel goalie Savannah Walsdorf with a shot to her left with under five minutes remaining as New Holstein won a 2-1 girls soccer thriller Tuesday afternoon at Al Doebert Field.
  • Husky boys 7th at EWC Track
    A pair of second place finishes highlighted the evening for the Husky boys track team as they finished seventh Monday at the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Championships in Valders.
  • EWC Boys Track: Tiger 4x100 claims top honors
    It’s been a tough rebuilding year for the Chilton boys track team, but coach Matt Wehde and the Tigers were finally rewarded for those efforts Monday night.
  • It wasn’t expected to be quite this easy, but with sweeps of the first three places in two different events and 11 event wins overall, the Raider boys track team cruised to the Eastern Wisconsin Conference championship Monday night at Valders. Kiel totaled 198-1/4 points, well ahead of runnerup Valders’ 116.
  • 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:



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