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  • All-EWC Softball: Tigers have 3 1st Teamers - Huskies one
    There are six repeat First Team selections as the All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference Softball Teams were released. Of those six, two are from Chilton and another from New Holstein.
  • Vogel's hit salvages twinbill split for Kiel
    It wasn’t exactly the way Brad Mey had it planned out – but he’ll take it.
  • Schrage hurls Huskies to conference win
    Casey Schrage was in control on the mound and the New Holstein baseball was never in trouble in an 11-1 Big East/Eastern Wisconsin Conference home win last Wednesday night over Kohler/Sheboygan County Christian.
  • Alzate medals at WIAA State Track Championships
    The wait was worth it for Kiel’s Elio Alzate after he finally got on the awards stand at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships on his third try.
  • Raider girls track: Good weekend at State
    It was a productive weekend for Jamie Arenz and the Kiel girls track team at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships in La Crosse.
    The first group to hit the UW-LC track on Friday, the 4x800 relay team, came away with medals.
  • More on Gebhart's state discus title
    Cody Gebhart set the tone right away as he entered the circle for his first toss in the discus competition at the 123rd annual WIAA State Track and Field Championships last Friday in La Crosse.
  • Huskies' Leverenz shoots 89 at sectional golf
    New Holstein’s Calvin Leverenz got off to a hot start, but struggled on the back nine finishing with an 18-hole total of 89 at last week’s WIAA Division 2 Kewaskum Sectional held at Kettle Hills Golf Course in Richfield. Leverenz had qualified as an individual following regional play.
  • Chilton's Gebhart Claims D2 State Discus Title
    Day 1 of the 123rd annual WIAA State Track and Field Championships was highlighted by the crowning of Chilton senior Cody Gebhart as the Division 2 discus state champion. Gebhart led from his very first throw and ended up with a best hurl of 181 feet, five inches. That was over 12 feet from runner up Caleb Rogalski of Winneconne.
  • WIAA State Track Preview
    The 123rd Annual WIAA State Track and Field Championships open today under partly cloudy and warm conditions at Veterans Memorial Stadium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
  • Woepse falls one stroke shy of state golf
    Just one stroke kept Trace Woepse from his first trip to the WIAA State Boys Golf Championships.
  • Hilbert/Stockbridge softball puts one in the W column
    The Hilbert/Stockbridge softball team scored its first victory of the season last week thanks to a walk-off single. 
  • Mother Nature 1 NH Girls Soccer 0
    Mother Nature put an early stop to last Thursday night’s girls soccer match between New Holstein and Cedar Grove-Belgium at the NHHS football field.
  • Another great week for Kiel girls track
    Winning 11 of the 18 events, Kiel easily defended their title at the Klinkner Girls Track and Field Invitational held last week Tuesday at Morrisey Field in Chilton. The Raiders totaled 213 points to runnerup Reedsville’s 119 in the eight-school field.
  • Krupp's six goals lead NH romp
    Hannah Krupp was virtually unstoppable as she scored six goals Thursday night in New Holstein’s 9-1 thumping of visiting Valders. Ondrejka, Danes and Megan Ecker also found the back of the net. Danes and Brooke Gerhartz had two assists each with Ecker having one.
  • Raider Girls Track claims two titles
    It was a busy, but highly successful week for the Kiel girl track team as they returned to action following a lengthy period of inclement weather. The Raiders won two meets last week and finished second in another.
  • Tiger softball stays atop EWC
    A four-run third inning and five-run fourth blew a close game wide open as the Chilton softball team romped to a 14-1 Eastern Wisconsin Conference win last week Tuesday at Sheboygan Falls.
  • New Holstein Golf Preview: Optimism high for Husky linksters
    Coming off a sixth place finish in the conference, the Husky golf program is poised to make large strides this spring with a very large roster and a veteran lineup. New Holstein wants to be a title contender.
    Here is the NH golf preview:
  • Kiel Golf Preview: New coach, Woepse lead Raiders in 2018
    The numbers are slim on the Kiel golf roster for new head coach Zach Malueg, but three lettermen are back including First Team All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference golfer Trace Woepse. The Raiders may not be in position to challenge for the top spot but look for some positive results from their younger players.
    Here is the Raider golf preview:
  • Chilton Golf Preview: Tigers defend EWC crown
    Major rebuilding project for second year Chilton golf coach Kelly Moehn as the Tigers’ top two golfers from a year ago, Alex Brandt and Coulton Brickl, have graduated. The cupboard is not empty however, so the Tigers look to defend their Eastern Wisconsin conference title.
    Here is the Tiger golf preview:
  • New Holstein Softball Preview: Huskies look to surprise
    After pulling to the .500 mark, the 2017 softball Huskies dropped their final five games of the season.
    The 2018 Huskies are eager to turn the tide. The 2018 NH softball preview:
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