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  • With all the numbers and statistics in a football game, the one which mattered the most Friday night in Kiel was zero—as in zero losses for the Raiders after nine games, and zero points allowed to New Holstein in a 21-0 victory over the Huskies.
  • It was a very good night for the Tri-County News area’s high school football teams Friday.
  • Opening round games have been announced for all four local high school football teams participating in the WIAA playoffs.
  • Football coaches are meeting at 11 a.m. Saturday morning, Oct. 14 at sites around Wisconsin to determine seedings for the WIAA playoffs.
  • A bend-but-don’t-break defense led Kiel High School’s football team to a 21-0 victory Friday night (Oct. 13) over rival and host New Holstein.
  • Making the WIAA playoffs is good news-period-for high school football teams.
  • Raider CC competes in Fameree Invite
    Northbrook Country Club served as host site for the Luxemburg-Casco Russ Famree Cross Country Invitational last Friday afternoon.
  • Conference Title Showdown Set
    There is still anticipation, but the Kiel football team can now squarely focus on Sheboygan Falls. Both squads took care of business Friday night to set up the regular season finale next Friday with the Eastern Wisconsin Conference championship on the line.
  • Tiger netters nipped by Kiel
    Chilton won three matches and Kiel won three, but a forfeit victory for Kiel at three doubles turned out to be the difference as the Raiders slipped past the host Tigers, 4-3, in the regular season and Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls tennis dual match finale last Thursday at Chilton High School.
  • Kiel boys 8th at Kimberly CC Invite
    Jacob Westphalen was the second Raider into the finish chute, but in the process, had a season-best time on a 5000 meter course as Kiel placed eighth in the recent Kimberly Papermaker Cross Country Invitational.
  • Mannenbach leads Kiel past Brillion 34-21
    Ben Mannenbach ran for three touchdowns and unofficially 292 yards on the ground as Kiel broke away from a 14-14 tie late in the third quarter and beat upset-minded Brillion 34-21 in Eastern Wisconsin Conference football action Friday night at Brillion.
  • Raider spikers end UWO tourney with victory
    The Raider volleyball team put up a good fight against a talented Sheboygan Falls team, but the Falcons pulled away for a 25-18, 25-17, 25-12 Eastern Wisconsin Conference dual win at Kiel last week.
  • Kiel's Raider football squad upped its season mark to 6-0 with a 42-20 win over Manitowoc Roncalli Friday night. Nick Walsh led the way, connecting on 12 of 16 passes for 286 yards, including a school-record-setting 95 yard connection to after Voelker, covering 95 yards.
  • One for the record books.
Kiel puts 63 on the board versus TR
    Not even the weatherman couldn't slow down the Kiel offense. The Raiders amassed a school-record 63 points and rolled to a 63-30 Eastern Wisconsin Conference football victory over Two Rivers Friday night at Fifrick Field.
  • Kiel scored in every quarter Friday night while its defense shut out New Holstein in a 35-0 Eastern Wisconsin Conference football victory at New Holstein.
  • Raider volleyball looks to build on youth
    It will be a rebuilding year of sorts for Leah Bruckner and her Kiel Raider volleyball team. Just four letter winners return from the 2014 squad. However, Kiel should boast one of the taller front lines in the refurbished Eastern Wisconsin Conference.
  • Raiders hold off Valders
    Ben Mannenbach's 4-yard run gave Kiel the lead for good and Tyler Kienbaum's 66-yard jaunt late in the fourth quarter proved to be insurance as Kiel opened up Eastern Wisconsin Conference play with a hard-fought 35-27 win over newcomer Valders at Fifrick Field.
  • Kiel's gridiron Raiders took the opening kickoff to the house against Ripon Friday night and never looked back. Tyler Kienbaum scored one of his two touchdowns on the night with a 75-yard scamper to pay dirt on the opening kickoff return, giving Kiel a great start in its 37-0 victory.
  • New look Raiders ready for new look EWC
    Coming off a playoff season in 2014, the Kiel Raider football team rides a wave of momentum into 2015, a season that sees a new conference and a favorable home schedule.
  • Raiders dominating in gridiron opener
    Taking charge from the opening kickoff, the Kiel Raiders controlled play throughout scoring a 32-7 win at Waupun in the opening game of the 2015 high school football season.
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