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  • New Holstein High School’s football season came to end Friday night (Oct. 19) with a 35-13 first-round playoff loss to host Amherst, last year’s Division 5 state champion.
  • 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.
  • New Holstein High School’s football team grew a 28-0 halftime lead into a 35-0 third quarter margin as it rolled to a 41-20 Homecoming victory over the visiting Brillion Lions Friday night (Oct. 5).
  • Valders scored a touchdown and a two-point conversion with two seconds remaining Friday night (Sept. 28) to edge visiting New Holstein 34-33 in an Eastern Wisconsin Conference football battle.
  • New Holstein wore down a banged-up Manitowoc Roncalli squad Friday night (Sept. 21) on its way to a 49-6 home football victory.
  • Friday night’s football game between New Holstein and Two Rivers had all the makings of a trap game for the 4-0 Huskies—and the trap indeed snapped down hard.
  • It was a classic rivalry game between neighbors Friday night in Chilton with New Holstein’s 28-21 victory over the Tigers not getting wrapped up until the final minutes.
  • New Holstein High School senior Tyler McCoy is one of five players nominated for the Player of the Week.
  • New Holstein High School hooked its hopes to beat Sheboygan Falls on the freight train known as Tyler McCoy, and the senior fullback delivered.
  • The nonconference season is over for the New Holstein High School football team, and it was a huge success.
  • New Holstein High School’s football team rolled to an easy victory in its season opener Friday (Aug. 17), beating host Mishicot 48-13 in a nonconference game.
  • New Holstein went toe-to-toe Friday night with a number-one seed and last year’s State runner-up, but in the end Cedar Grove/Belgium earned a 28-18 playoff win over the Huskies.
  • It was a very good night for the Tri-County News area’s high school football teams Friday.
  • New Holstein went on the road Friday to take on a higher seed and a program with a strong tradition—but none of that apparently mattered to the Huskies who came away from Kewaunee with a 32-14 victory in a WIAA Level 1, Division 5 football playoff game.
  • 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.
  • It wasn’t pretty, but New Holstein High School’s football team certainly will take an ugly win if it means qualifying for the WIAA playoffs.
  • In a superb high school football game Friday night (Sept. 29), New Holstein outlasted visiting Valders 35-26 to make it a happy Homecoming for the Huskies.
  • New Holstein built a 25-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 39-13 victory Friday evening (Sept. 22) over Manitowoc Roncalli at Manitowoc’s Municipal Field.
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