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  • Balanced Tigers top Brillion for first EWC win
    Kevin Broeckel didn’t sing the National Anthem, but that’s about all he didn’t do.
  • 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.
  • Huskies waltz to Kiel Soccer Invite crown
    Steve Conrad and Manny Valenzuela were looking for consistency from their New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah boys soccer team coming into Saturday’s Kiel Raider Invitational.
    They certainly got it.
  • Battle of Highway 151 goes to Valders, 34-10
    Chilton got some big plays from its offense that it had been looking for since week one, however turnovers, key penalties and defensive breakdowns again proved costly as the Tigers dropped a 34-10 Eastern Wisconsin Conference football contest to Valders Friday night at Morrissey Field
  • 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.
  • Eastern Wisconsin Conference Standings
    Current standings in fall sports in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference:
  • EWC Volleyball: Huskies sweep at Kiel
    Kiel put up a fight, but in the end New Holstein had too much fire power and the Huskies swept an Eastern Wisconsin Conference volleyball match last week Thursday evening at KHS by scores of 25-17, 25-21 and 25-17. The Huskies also won the JV-1 and JV-2 matches.
  • Local pool, darts, bean bag results
    Results from recent local pool, darts and bean bag leagues:
  • Pla-Mor Lanes Bowling Results
    Some recent results from bowling action at Chilton's Pla-Mor Lanes.
  • Hilltopper soccer stays unbeaten
    It was a great week for the St. Lawrence Seminary soccer team as they went 3-0-1 with one of the wins against Division 1 Fond du Lac.
  • New course greets Chilton CC Invite runners
    The Chilton Tiger Cross Country Invitational had a new home last Friday night and an extra entry.
  • Falcons storm past Chilton
    After a great start, the Tiger football team quickly ran out of gas.
  • Zorn's 7 goals lead Kiel in romp
    It’s hard to believe that when you see that Kiel beat Denmark 12-2 on the soccer pitch that for the first 25 minutes, the Raider offense was nearly extinct.
    Then Zach Zorn and the Raiders came to life.
  • Kienbaum heroics lift Raiders to wild win over Huskies
    Tyler Kienbaum came up with the play of the game on defense and offense.
  • NH/EL-G overwhelms Kiel, 10-2
    New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah came out aggressive peppering the Kiel goal with shots on their way to a surprisingly easy 10-2 boys soccer win last Tuesday in Eastern Wisconsin/Packerland Conference action at Kiel’s Al Doebert Field.
  • Brillion spikes Raiders
    Kiel could not rebound from a slow start and suffered a 3-1 loss to Brillion in the Raiders’ volleyball home opener Thursday evening. The visiting Lions prevailed 25-14, 25-20, 21-25, 25-19.
  • Air TR flies past Huskies, 62-29
    New Holstein scored first, but the Huskies could not keep pace with the high-powered offense of Two Rivers as TR quarterback Dawson Kiphart had a career night throwing for 331 yards and four TD's, and running for three others in a 62-29 win at NHHS Friday night.
  • Raiders KO Valders in conference opener

    Seven different Kiel Raider players scored touchdowns as Coach Mike Dressler's squad won a game of unbeaten in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference gridiron opener at Valders tonight. The Raiders combined their balanced offense with three key fourth quarter turnovers to thwart the Vikings by a 40-21 margin. With the win, Kiel improved to 3-0 overall and 1-0 in conference play.


  • Chilton CC Preview: Boys look like contenders; Girls rebuild
    After a rebuilding 2015 season, the Chilton boys and girls cross country teams look to improve this fall behind a good number of returning runners.
    The 2016 Tiger cross country preview:
  • Halbach leads Kiel CC girls
    The girls look strong and the boys may have a bit of a rebuild season.

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