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  • All area games postponed for Tuesday night
    The current winter storm that has brought just about every type of precipitation to the area has wiped out all athletic activities in the area.
    Here is the list of games that were to be played. We will post make up dates when we get them:
  • Girls BB: Frigid Tigers fall at Valders
    The temperatures were frigid outside of Valders High School last Friday night. Chilton’s early game shooting was just as cold.
  • Beirne leads Huskies past Freedom
    A big non-conference victory for Jason Hoerth and the New Holstein boys basketball team as they upended a taller Freedom team 70-59 last week Tuesday in the Shawano Sundrop Classic held at UW-Green Bay’s Kress Center.
  • 2nd half collapse leads to Raider loss
    Another second half drought cost the Raider boys basketball team a victory.
  • C/H wrestlers 21st at Oshkosh
    Abe Sell and PJ Ladd each placed and Chilton/Hilbert wrestlers finished a very respectable 21st in the 66-school field at the Oshkosh On-The-Water Classic last week.
  • Husky boys top 80 again in lopsided win over Brillion
    Using their well-balanced offensive attack, New Holstein took charge late in the first half and stormed away for an 83-51 Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys basketball win over Brillion Thursday evening at New Holstein.
  • Tigers snap 30-game skid
    Corey Behnke got to do something Monday night that he hasn’t done in 22 months – make a post-game victory speech.
  • Check here for Friday and Saturday's local sports schedule updates
    With a major snowstorm approaching the area, high school athletic contests scheduled for Friday, December 16 and Saturday, December 17 may be in jeopardy. Here are your latest updates.
  • Huskies cruise past Tigers in EWC boys hoops opener
    A fast start was all New Holstein needed to get back on the winning track as the Huskies controlled play from the opening tip on their way to a 75-37 defeat of Chilton in the Huskies home opener and Eastern Wisconsin Conference opener for both teams.
  • Raider girls grind one out over Chilton
    Jeremy Bushman has had 13-point victories before in his tenure as Kiel girls basketball head coach, but the one he had Friday night may have been the toughest one.
  • Wrestling Opener- Valders pins New Holstein
    New Holstein’s young and inexperienced wrestling team had the tough task of opening its season against traditionally strong Valders and the outcome was expected.
  • New BVC boys swim coach faces rebuilding task
    The Brillion/Valders/Chilton boys swimming and diving team have another new coach as they enter the 2016-17 season. Laura Schultz will have a rebuilding task ahead of her, however eight returning lettermen will form the foundation of this project.
  • Kiel boys swimming must replace Dietrich
    Kiel boys swim coach Joe Molitor has to replace six productive seniors, but a good nucleus of returning swimmers gives the Raiders hopes for another successful campaign.
  • Matt Buechel leads NH wrestlers
    Matt Buechel is back, but the Husky wrestling team is very young and inexperienced. Coach Josh Buechel is hopeful that there are some pleasant surprises among his newcomers.
  • Raider Wrestling Preview: Kiel faces low numbers again
    Davin Horneck faces a total rebuild project in his second season as Kiel Raider wrestling coach as his team has just four returning grapplers with hopes of gaining a fifth returning lettermen later in the season.
  • Chilton/Hilbert wrestlers look to contend in EWC
    Three state wrestling qualifiers have graduated, but the Chilton/Hilbert wrestling team looks forward to another strong season. C/H is very strong in the lower weights and has some rebuilding in the upper weights.
  • New Holstein holds off Redwings to win South Tourney title
    Acuity Fieldhouse at Sheboygan South High School is beginning to be Home-Away-From-Home for the New Holstein boys basketball team.
  • Husky Boys BB Preview- High Expectations
    Jason Hoerth and his New Holstein boys basketball team enter the season with high expectations.
  • Voelker is gone, but Raider boys still a contender
    Conference Player of the Year Carter Voelker and his 20+ points a game are gone, as is backcourt teammate Nick Walsh, but the Kiel boys basketball team still has plenty of firepower offensively and the Raiders will again be a threat in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference this winter.
  • Nowhere to look but up for Chilton boys
    It’s nowhere to go but up for the Chilton boys basketball team as they attempt to shake off a winless 2015-16 campaign. Hope is on the horizon as over 40 athletes are competing for spots in the program.
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