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  • Chilton rallies past Brillion to move to 7-1
    Mike Arendt and his Chilton Tiger football team were really starting to dislike Kiel’s newly renovated Fifrick Field.
  • Brillion-Chilton football moved to Kiel
    Last week's heavy rains, compounded with additional rain last night and this morning, have made Morrissey Field in Chilton unplayable.
    Thus, tonight's Brillion-Chilton football game has been moved to Kiel's new synthetic turf at Kiel High School. Kick off remains at 7 pm.
  • Happy Homecoming: Kiel and Chilton cruise
    Kiel and Chilton football squads each jumped out to huge leads early and were never threatened in Homecoming victories Friday night.
    The Raiders improved to 7-0 overall and 5-0 in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference with a dominating 54-12 win over outmanned Manitowoc Roncalli at Fifrick Field.
  • NH/ELG kickers get past pesky Stockbridge
    Calumet County rivals Stockbridge and New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah met on the boys soccer pitch for the first time last week Tuesday night and the Huskies pulled away late for a 4-1 non-conference win in the match at NHHS.
  • BVCK swimmers fourth at Port Invite
    Brillion/Valders/Chilton/Kaukauna girls swimming had an impressive fourth place team showing at the 12-school Port Washington Pirate Invitational last Saturday. BVCK totaled 244 points trailing only champion West Bend Co-op, Manitowoc and the Kohler Triad.
  • Kiel impressive in 24-0 blanking of Chilton
    Kiel again used the big play on offense and a near-flawless defense to shut down a powerful Chilton offense to score a huge 24-0 Eastern Wisconsin Conference football win over the Tigers before a large crowd at Kiel’s Fifrick Field Friday night.
  • Chilton hosts annual CC Invite
    Emily Hoerl’s second place over all finish led Chilton’s girls cross country team in last Friday’s annual Tiger Cross Country Invitational at Chilton High School. The Tigers placed sixth as a team in the nine-school field won by Ozaukee
  • Tiger football rolls over TR, 35-0
    Beating Two Rivers wasn’t necessarily a surprise for the Chilton football team. What was surprising was how easy it was.
    The Tigers scored on each of its first two offensive possessions of the game and were never threatened in a 35-0 whitewashing of TR, a team, like Chilton, that came in 3-0 overall.
  • Chilton Cross Country Preview: Boys strong; Girls improved
    A work in progress. That bests describes the Tiger cross country teams this fall under the direction of veteran coach Rocky Gozdziewski. Chilton boys could be a surprise and even the girls could open some eyes this season.
  • Special teams are called “special” for a reason—they often go a long way in determining the winner of a football game.
  • 1969 Football Tigers Reunite: Unbeaten, Unscored Upon
    Unbeaten, untied and unscored upon.
    That’s the definition of the 1969 Chilton Tiger football team.
  • Chilton Volleyball Preview: Reigning champs rebuilding
    It’s an unusual situation for coach Leah Cisler and the Chilton Tiger volleyball program. The reigning Eastern Wisconsin Conference champions are in the midst of a major rebuilding project this season. But this isn’t to say that Chilton won’t contend again. Cisler says her team welcomes the challenge.
  • BVCK Girls Swimming Preview: Co-op adds Kaukauna
    New and improved.
    That may sum up girls swimming this season as Brillion/Valders/Chilton adds a fourth school to its co-op program. Kaukauna joins the group assuring the program that they will compete in Division 1 in post season action. Brillion’s Jody Schwarz is the new coach for the program.
  • Chilton Football Preview: Tigers have key losses, but have high hopes
    The 2018 season was a bit of a breakthrough for the Chilton Tiger football team. A second straight playoff appearance resulted in their first playoff victory since 2006, a dramatic 18-14 Level 1 win over Denmark where Ryan Broeckel intercepted a pass in the end zone late in the game.
    The Tigers lose some key seniors, but coach Arendt feels optimistic that his Tigers can make a third consecutive appearance in the post season.
    Here is the Chilton football preview:
  • Tigers claw Crivitz 29-6 in football season opener
    Kaiden Mikalowsky and Markus Suttner scored on touchdown runs and Tyler Meyer connected with Ryan Broeckel on a scoring pass as Chilton built a 22-0 halftime lead and rolled to an easy 29-6 non-conference season opening football win at Crivitz Friday night.
  • The East Shore League will have a new champion as defending champ Johnsburg is not in this season’s playoff field. First half champ St. Cloud, second half winner Howards Grove and wild cards Forest and Mount Calvary round out the playoff field. Last weekend’s ESL game capsules:
  • The “Unbeaten, Untied and Unscored Upon” 1969 Chilton High School Football team will hold its 50-Year Reunion the weekend of August 30-31 in Chilton.
  • All-EWC Baseball: Kiel's Conrad, NH's Schroeder 2-timers on First Team
    Kiel’s Austin Conrad and New Holstein’s Brad Schroeder each made First Team All-EWC baseball, not once, but twice as the all-conference list was released.
  • All-EWC Softball: Chilton's Juckem voted MVP
    Chilton ran the table and leads the way as the All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference Softball Teams were released. You can say that Chilton catcher Karissa Juckem also ran the table. Juckem, daughter of Tiger head coach Jay Juckem, is First Team catcher for the fourth year in a row and largely because of that, was voted EWC Player of the Year.
  • Heartbreaking loss for Tigers in regional baseball title game
    Dan Criter has suffered some tough losses over his long career as Chilton head baseball coach. 
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