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  • 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:
  • Kiel Softball Preview; New coach, new optimism
    The Kiel softball team showed much improvement last season capped off by ending a long conference losing streak. Jerry Baeckman takes over for Brad Mey as head coach and has a veteran group to work with.
    The Kiel softball preview:
  • Chilton Softball Preview: Tigers aim to get back EWC crown
    Brillion surprised the field and won the Eastern Wisconsin Conference softball title in 2017 by one game over defending champ Chilton. Coach Bob Broeckel’s Tigers want that title back, but Chilton must replace five seniors, four of whom had all-conference honors.
    The Chilton softball preview:
  • Chilton Boys Track Preview: Tigers looking to move up
    Chilton’s boys track team looks to be on a mission this season. A promising start to the 2017 post season ended in disappointing fashion as the Tigers fell shy of qualifying anyone for state. Poised is the best word to describe the 2018 CHS Tigers.
    The Chilton boys track preview:
  • New Holstein Girls Track Preview: Numbers still low
    Talk about starting from the ground level up, that’s what New Holstein first year girls track coach Sam Wallace will do. With just five returning letter winners, the Huskies will be a very young squad.
    The 2018 NH girls track preview preview:
  • Chilton Girls Track: Stiefvater leads Tigers
    It was a rebuilding year for coach Rocky Gozdziewski and the Chilton girls track and field program. But the string of state qualifiers continued. The 2018 Tigers are a bit deeper than 2017 and there is quality to work with.
    The 2018 Tiger preview:
  • New Holstein Boys Track & Field: New era begins under Wallace
    After 18 years as boys track coach at New Holstein High School (and one as girls coach), Stuart Dewhurst hands off the baton to Sam Wallace. Dewhurst started his boys track coaching career at NHHS in 2000 taking over for legendary Grant Turner. Dewhurst was the Huskies girls track coach in 1999. What’s in store for Wallace in year one.
    The 2018 NH boys track preview preview:
  • Kiel Boys Track & Field: New Coach, New Optimism
    Lee Watson is the new boys track and field coach at Kiel. Watson inherits a successful program from Travis Olson, but does have some rebuilding to do as both state qualifiers a year ago were seniors.
    The Raider preview:
  • Kiel Girls Track & Field: Defending champs strong again
    There are holes to fill, but the Kiel girls track team boasts a large number of returning letter winners as they set out to defend conference and regional championships of a year ago and look to be the favorites again in 2017.
    The Raider girls preview:
  • Chilton Baseball Preview: Will Tigers contend?
    Chilton baseball hopes to build off a fourth place finish in the Big East Conference with a veteran roster. It will be the final season of the Big East as summer baseball will come to an end in 2018 and the Tigers will join the seven other Eastern Wisconsin Conference schools in 2019.
    Here is the Tiger baseball preview:
  • Kiel boys track off to good start
    A pair of third place finishes by Helio Alzate highlighted the opening day for the Kiel boys track team under new head coach Lee Watson.
  • Tiger boys track opens at Oshkosh
    Cody Gebhart and Dominic Steiner each scored as the Tiger boys track team opened its indoor season finishing in a tie for 18th place among Division 2 schools last Thursday at the Oshkosh Indoor Invitational for small schools held at the Kolf Sports Center
  • Kiel's Walsdorf Voted EWC Player of the Year

    (EDITORS NOTE...On Friday, March 23, Eastern Wisconsin Conference Commissioner Dennis Semph sent out an amended list for the All-EWC Girls Basketball Team noting that Chilton's Alysha Brickl was actually honorable mention and not Second Team. Valders' Kendra Hammel moves from HM to Second Team. The article in this week's Tri-County News has the original, incorrect, listing.)

    Savannah Walsdorf is Player of the Year and area schools fared well as the All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference Girls Basketball Teams were released last week.

  • BREAKING...New Holstein's Steffes wins state 3-Point contest
    The best three-point shooters in Wisconsin high school basketball converged on the Kohl Center in Madison Saturday.
    The very best one hails from New Holstein.
  • Second Half Southern Door Rally Stuns Huskies
    Overtime in the post season has not been the best of friends for Husky boys basketball.
  • WIAA State Team Wrestling: Ellsworth rolls over Chilton/Hilbert
    Two-time defending state champ Ellsworth won 12 of the 14 matches and beat Chilton/Hilbert, 53-6, in a Division 2 semifinal dual at the WIAA Team State Wrestling tournament Saturday morning in the University of Wisconsin Field House in Madison.
  • Chilton/Hilbert wrestlers, NH boys basketball fall
    The 2017-18 winter sports season for area teams came to a close Saturday.
  • Hot Heus lifts Huskies past stubborn Oostburg
    New Holstein only trailed once, but were never able to pull away from a stubborn Oostburg team.
  • End of an Era: WIAA to discontinue summer baseball after 2018
    You may want to attend the 2018 WIAA State Summer Baseball Tournament.
    The tournament program will soon become a collectors item.
  • Chilton High School Hosts Winter Sports Awards Night - March 6
    The Chilton High School Winter Athletic Awards Night has been set for Tuesday, March 6th at 7:00 p.m.
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