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  • Special teams have come up big for the Kiel High School football team this season, and that continued Friday as the Raiders used them to get off to a great start on their way to a 40-0 win at New Holstein.
  • 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.
  • Kiel tennis splits EWC matches
    In an exciting match to the end, Claire Meyers and Hannah Dvorak edged Kiel’s duo of Emily and Erin Swanson 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 at one doubles as the Manitowoc Roncalli/Two Rivers co-op team slipped past the Raiders, 4-3, in an Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls tennis dual match last week Tuesday at the Rockville Courts.
  • Raiders roll Brillion 35-0; Earn 6th straight playoff berth
    Even a one hour delay couldn’t slow the Raider football team.
  • Raider Girls Swimmers nipped for Invite crown
    It came down to the final event and Watertown outscored Kiel/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah in the 400 yard freestyle relay, 70-60, to rally past the Raiders to win top honors in Saturday’s Kiel Girls Swimming Invitational.
  • 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.
  • Kiel led from the start and got a school record tying run in a 49-21 thumping of Sheboygan Falls in a key early season Eastern Wisconsin Conference football showdown Friday night at Kiel’s Fifrick Field.
  • Raider football steamrolls Falls, 49-21
    Kiel led from the start and got a school record tying run in a 49-21 thumping of Sheboygan Falls in a key early season Eastern Wisconsin Conference football showdown Friday night at Kiel’s Fifrick Field.
  • Kiel/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Girls Swimming & Diving Preview: Quality is there
    A fairly veteran Kiel/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah girls swimming and diving team takes to the pool this fall for second year head coach Marcy Keuler. The Raiders aim to move up the conference standings.
  • Kiel Volleyball Preview: Things looking up for Raiders
    Improvement has already taken place in the Kiel volleyball program as for the first time in several years the entire coaching staff has returned: Brittany Bushman as varsity coach, Michelle and Gabby Daane as JV-1 coaches and Jerry Baeckmann as JV-2 coach. Bushman has some graduation losses to overcome, but the Raiders could have one of their better seasons in quite some time.
  • Kiel Girls Tennis Preview: Young Raiders have hope
    The bar was raised for Dean Crom and the Raider girls tennis team in 2018. Coming off one of the best seasons in over ten years in 2017, Kiel posted five Eastern Wisconsin Conference dual wins. The 2018 team did even better going 6-3 and beating traditional power Manitowoc Roncalli for the second straight season.
  • Kiel Football Preview: Defending EWC champs favored to repeat
    The Kiel Raider football team enters 2019 as the defending Eastern Wisconsin Conference champions after going 7-0 in 2018. The Raiders are now the hunted, and not the hunters. However, Kiel remains a solid favorite to retain its crown.
    The 2019 Raider football preview:
  • 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 fall of 1969 brought the sports world “The Amazin’ Mets.” 
    The New York Mets, just a few years into existence, overcame a big September deficit to surpass the Chicago Cubs for the National League East Division title and went onto beat the Atlanta Braves for the National League title and, as heavy underdogs, beat the Baltimore Orioles in the World Series.
    But before that, the summer of 1969 brought us another amazing story. The Kiel High School baseball Raiders.
  • 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.
  • Huskies Guelig voted EWC Girls Soccer MVP
    For the third year in a row, the top girls soccer player in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference comes from New Holstein.
  • Oostburg blanks Kiel girls soccer in regional finale
    Fighting through injury problems all season long, the Kiel girls soccer team saw their 2019 campaign come to a close, but not after putting up a good fight against heavily favored Oostburg.
  • Kiel girls track falls short of medals at WIAA State
    What else can a relay team do to get a state medal?
    Kiel girls 4x800 relay team is wondering that exact thing.
  • Kiel's Alzate in two state track finals
    Day 1 of the 124th WIAA State Track and Field Championships saw Kiel's Elio Alzate advance to the finals of both the boys Division 2 110 meter high hurdles and 300 intermediate hurdles.
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