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  • Schobert, Walsdorf head All-EWC Girls Hoops
    Unlike last season when the entire First Team was seniors, underclassmen dominate the First Team this season as the All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference Girls Basketball Teams were released.
  • Another classic, but Valders downs Huskies in overtime
    In their previous two meetings this season it was a six-point New Holstein win at Valders and a five-point Valders win at New Holstein. So when the Huskies and Vikings met for a third time, and this time on a neutral floor, fans would only expect another white-knuckler.
  • Steffes rescues Huskies for regional crown
    The night did not start good for the New Holstein boys basketball team.
  • Huskies advance to regional final
    New Holstein overcame a 31-point night from Sheboygan Falls’ Jared Petrie and again used balanced scoring from all five starters in an 88-75 win over the Falcons Friday night in a WIAA Division 3 Regional Semifinal game at New Holstein.
  • EWC finale: Kiel slips past Chilton
    Chilton gave Kiel all it could handle, however the Raiders used a mid-second half surge to get past the Tigers for a 60-41 win in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference and regular season boys basketball final game Thursday evening at Chilton High School.
  • Denmark ends season for Tiger girls
    Like the weather of last week, the Chilton offense went from hot to icy in a matter of a few days.
  • Kiel girls regional postponed; Moved to Saturday
    Kiel High School athletic director Pat Geigel has announced that Friday night's WIAA Division 3 Girls Basketball Regional Semifinal between host Kiel and Southern Door has been postponed.
  • Sell, Ladd advance; Buechel drops state opener
    Area wrestlers won two of three matches on opening night of the WIAA Division Individual Wrestling Championships at the Kohl Center in Madison.
  • Paulsen just misses state wrestling for SLS
    Kelly Paulsen just missed making state as the St. Lawrence Seminary wrestling team had three wrestlers compete Saturday in the WIAA Division 2 Individual Sectional at Milwaukee Lutheran.
  • Raider girls end regular season with win
    It wasn’t supposed to be this easy. However, the Raider girls basketball team dominated play in every facet of the game and encountered no trouble in defeating a good Manitowoc Roncalli team by a 56-28 count last Thursday evening on Roncalli’s Jim Kersten Court.
  • Chilton/Hilbert sends 2 to state wrestling
    For the 12th consecutive season, Chilton will be represented at the WIAA State Individual Wrestling Championships
  • Valders nips Huskies; Pull to within 1 game
    New Holstein EWC lead is down to just one game with one game left after second place Valders closed the gap with a 69-64 win before a packed house Friday night at NHHS.
  • WIAA State Wrestling Preview: Day 1
    The Tri-County News and are on site at the Kohl Center in Madison for the WIAA State Individual Wrestling Tournament. Our area has three representatives competing in Division 2 preliminary round action Thursday night beginning at 7 p.m.
  • BVC swimmers finish better than seeds at state
    In swimming action Friday night at the UW Natatorium, the BVC 200 yard medley relay team came in as the bottom seed of 16 and moved up a notch with a 15th place finish at 1:46.15.
  • Follow BVC diver Jose Martinez at state right here
    Follow Brillion/Valders/Chilton boys swimmers and diver at today’s WIAA Division 2 State Championships right here.
  • Sonnabend leads BVC to 2nd place at EWC Meet
    Led by conference champions in four events, the Brillion/Valders/Chilton boys swimming and diving team placed second to defending champ Plymouth at the 2017 Eastern Wisconsin Conference Boys Swimming and Diving Championships Saturday at Plymouth. The host Panthers netted 592 points to BVC’s 466.
  • Raider swimmers 3rd at EWC
    Kiel didn’t have any conference champions, but the Raider depth supported the team to a third place finish Saturday in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Boys Swimming and Diving Championships at Plymouth School
  • Quick start Raider gals roll past NH
    Kiel got off to a fast start and host New Holstein was never able to recover as the Raiders stayed in a tie atop the Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls basketball standings with a convincing 65-30 victory over the Huskies on “Pink-Out Night” Thursday at NHHS. Several fundraisers took place that support breast cancer awareness. Both teams had pink warm up t-shirts that spectators could also purchase.
  • CHS coaches, teachers to "take the plunge!"
    Chilton High School teachers Bonnie and Danny Mallmann, have formed a group of eager CHS coaches and other teachers to support Special Olympics by taking a Polar Plunge. 
  • Friend, Vogel lead Raider swimmers over Wayland Academy
    It took some adjusting to new surroundings, but the Kiel boys swim team scored a 62-32 non-conference dual win at Wayland Academy in Beaver Dam last week Tuesday.
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