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  • New Holstein Baseball Preview: Huskies hope tradition continues in spring
    New Holstein won the first-ever WIAA State Summer Baseball Tournament in 1965. They had a Cinderella run towards winning the final one in 2018. But summer baseball is history and the Huskies will now tackle spring baseball, but do it with a solid list of veterans.
  • New Holstein Softball Preview: Potent offense for Huskies
    Scoring runs should not be a problem for a Husky softball offense this spring.
    The New Holstein softball preview:
  • New Holstein Girls Track Preview: Huskies aim to improve
    The numbers are rising in the Husky girls track program under second year head coach Sam Wallace. New Holstein looks forward to moving up in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference.
  • New Holstein Boys Track Preview: How will spring baseball affect Huskies?
    It was a learning experience for New Holstein boys track and field coach Sam Wallace in 2018, his first as head coach, replacing long-time coach Stuart Dewhurst.
    Throwing a wrench into things this spring is baseball at NHHS, now a spring sport after over 50 years as a summer sport. Wallace and the Huskies took a bit of a hit from that, but look forward to the season.
  • WIAA Division 2 Individual Wrestling Sectional Pairings
    Here are quarterfinal pairings for the WIAA Division 2 Individual Wrestling Sectional to be held next Saturday, February 16 at the new Campbellsport High School Fieldhouse
  • Kiel rallies to win WIAA Wrestling Regional
    Jeb Sippel’s dramatic 12-9 win over Kaiden Mikalowsky of Chilton/Hilbert was the clincher as Kiel won its first wrestling regional championship since 2001 holding off the Tigers for honors Saturday in the WIAA Division 2 Regional at North Fond du Lac.
  • New football-only plan released: EWC affected
    With football having their own conferences in 2020, the WIAA and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association have released another realignment plan, likely their final plan, barring appeals.
  • New Holstein wrestlers 7th at EWC Championships
    New Holstein wrestlers placed seventh Saturday at the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Championships at Valders High School. Brillion dethroned Two Rivers as conference team champion.
  • St. Lawrence update: Wrestlers whip Mayville
    Osvaldo Gonzalez scored a forfeit win at 285 pounds to tie the match and start a string of six consecutive match wins as St. Lawrence earned their first Wisconsin Flyway Conference wrestling dual win of the season with a convincing 60-24 win at Mayville last week.
  • Tiger girls hang on to nip Huskies
    Shaelynn Feuerstein sank a three-point field goal for New Holstein with five seconds left, but it only brought the Huskies to within two and they had no time outs remaining as Chilton held off the Huskies for a 51-49 Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls basketball win at Chilton High School.
    It was the only contest in the area last Tuesday that was not postponed by the impending snowstorm.
  • The latest winter storm has wiped out most of Tuesday night's high school athletic schedule....but not all of it.
  • Wrestling: Chilton/Hilbert rolls Huskies
    Winning the first six matches, five by pin, Chilton/Hilbert rolled to a convincing 60-21 Eastern Wisconsin Conference wrestling dual win over host New Holstein Thursday night (Jan. 10).
  • Brillion outlasts Huskies
    New Holstein trimmed a 12-point deficit to five in the final minute, but could not close the deal and suffered a 69-65 Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys basketball defeat at Brillion last Thursday night.
  • 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.
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