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  • Resilient Raiders Advance to Regional Championship
    Coming into Friday night's tournament match up with Sheboygan Falls, the Kiel girls basketball team already had leading scorer Savannah Walsdorf playing less than healthy with a neck injury.
  • UPDATE: Kiel frosh suffer opening defeats at WIAA State Wrestling
    Kiel's Andrew Schad and Alex Kleinhans put up good battles, but both Raider frosh came up short in their opening round matches Thursday night at the 75th Annual WIAA State Individual Wrestling Championships in the Kohl Center in Madison.
  • UPDATE: Lisowe falls in state wrestling opener
    Chilton sophomore Gaven Lisowe suffered a 9-1 defeat in the opening round of the WIAA State Individual Wrestling Championships Thursday night in Madison's Kohl Center.
  • St. Lawrence's Paulsen wins state wrestling opener
    St. Lawrence Seminary’s Kelly Paulsen continued to etch his name in the Hilltopper history book becoming just the SLS wrestler to record a victory at state.
    Paulsen held on for a 7-4 first round victory over Josh Marciulonis, a senior from the co-op program of Gale-Ettrick-Trempeleau and Melrose-Mindoro.
  • Follow WIAA State Individual Wrestling Here
    The 75th Annual WIAA State Individual Wrestling Tournament begins Thursday at the Kohl Center in Madison.
    We have four area wrestlers in Division 2 first round action beginning at 7 pm.
  • WIAA Boys Basketball: Huskies get #2 seed
    The boys basketball seedings for regional play have been released and New Holstein leads area squads garnering a number two seed in the Division 3 field.
    Play begins next week Tuesday, February 27 with first round action at 7 pm.
  • WIAA Girls BB Seeding announced: Chilton opener moved to Wednesday
    Kiel drew a four seed and a first round bye while Chilton and New Holstein will open on the road as the seedings for the WIAA girls basketball tournament series were announced this week.
  • Pink-Out Night at CHS
    The Chilton and Brillion boys and girls basketball teams and their fans purchased Pink Out t-shirts saying “Two Teams/One Cause” and 100% of the profits in the amount of $672 was donated to the Ascension Calumet Cancer Clinic.
  • Update: Chilton/Hilbert wrestlers win WIAA Team Sectional
    Maverik Ott pinned Isaiah George at the 3:38 mark and that clinched Chilton/Hilbert's victory over Kewaskum Tuesday night in the championship match of the WIAA Division 2 East Troy Team Sectional.
  • Sonnabend repeats as EWC boys swim champ. BVC 2nd
    Brillion’s Parker Sonnabend was one of three repeat champions as the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Boys Swimming and Diving Championships were held last Saturday at Two Rivers High School.
  • Raider wrestling: Pence, Kleinhans EWC champions
    Two champions and a runner up finisher. That’s an impressive record for Kiel wrestlers following action last Saturday at the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Championships in Brillion where coach Davin Horneck’s grapplers took fifth place. Long-time power Two Rivers won another EWC crown.
  • HG girls over power Huskies
    Playing without injured guard Marlee Halbach, the NH Huskies girls basketball team could not keep up with defending WIAA Division 4 state champ Howards Grove in a 71-35 defeat last week.
  • "Star Struck." SLS Succumbs to Rally by Milwaukee School
    Milwaukee School of Arts rallied from a seven-point first half deficit outscoring St. Lawrence 48-29 in the second half enroute to a 75-62 boys basketball victory last Thursday in SLS’ St. Fidelis Gymnasium.
  • Strong 2nd half aids Chilton win at Kiel
    The Kiel boys basketball team followed a dangerous trend as they hosted Chilton last Friday night to start the second half of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference schedule.
  • Second half blitz gives Valders EWC lead
    New Holstein already had their hands full guarding Kyle Tuma and Treynor Sundsmo. Then throw Jake Beimborn into the mix.
  • No Pun Intended: New Holstein, Valders have the "Table" set for Tuesday
    New Holstein and Valders are set for the first of their two regular season boys basketball showdowns. However for the Huskies, it wasn’t without sweating out a 73-59 win over stubborn Two Rivers last Thursday evening at NHHS.
  • Tigers' Kapral has big night, but Chilton falls to Thunderbirds
    Will Kapral had a night to remember for the Tiger boys basketball team. The sophomore totaled a school record 14 blocked shots and added 18 points and five steals, but Chilton dropped a non-conference game last Friday at Iola-Scandinavia, 67-51.
  • Muehlbauer rescues Raider girls in big EWC win over Falls
    Sheboygan Falls had their minds set on stopping Savannah Walsdorf, but Kiel had another weapon in their arsenal.
  • Balanced Huskies roll over Reedsville
    A big second half gave the New Holstein girls basketball team their most lopsided win in over ten years as they bested non-conference opponent Reedsville 62-29 last week Tuesday at NHHS. The Husky defense limited the Panthers to eight second half points after leading by just 28-21 at halftime.
  • Steffes leads Huskies past Freedom
    The Husky boys basketball team grinded out a big non-conference win last week and that’s alright with coach Jason Hoerth. He’s not necessarily looking for beauty points, just victories.
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