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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.
  • New Holstein led 12-10 in the third quarter and was within six points of Sheboygan Falls early in the fourth quarter Friday night, but the fourth quarter belonged to the Falcons in a 38-18 loss for New Holstein.
  • Husky volleyball 2nd at NH Invite
    Laconia beat New Holstein in the final round to capture the title Saturday at the New Holstein Volleyball Invitational in the NHHS gym. The Huskies had swept matches from Plainfield Tri-County and North Fond du Lac before entering the showdown with the traditionally strong Spartans from Rosendale.
  • In a lightning-delayed and shortened high school football game Friday night, New Holstein overcame a sluggish start to breeze past winless Valders 34-0.
  • 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.
  • In a thrilling high school football game and an important one for both teams, New Holstein came from behind Friday (Sept. 20) to edge host Two Rivers 27-26.
  • It might not have been dominating but it was steady Friday as New Holstein High School’s football team bounced back from a one-point loss the week before to defeat visiting Manitowoc Roncalli 35-6.
  • Special teams are called “special” for a reason—they often go a long way in determining the winner of a football game.
  • New Holstein Volleyball Preview: New coach, but familiar face
    It’s a tradition for New Holstein volleyball to hire within. It is this trend that has made the Huskies a formidable program and the torch is handed off to another veteran NH coach. Kim Olson makes the jump from JV-1 coach to head varsity coach after Ben Zoelle stepped down last fall. Once again, the Huskies should be among the contenders in the conference.
  • New Holstein Cross Country Preview: Depth a concern
    It was a learning season for Mike Hochrein in 2018 as he took over for long time New Holstein cross country coach Stu Dewhurst.
    Hochrein looks forward to his second team as his girls squad features four veteran runners and the boys have three.
  • Kadyn Judkins, Robert Hess, and Jacob Rach each scored two touchdowns and the Husky defense pitched a shutout Friday, Aug. 30 as New Holstein beat visiting North Fond du Lac 49-0 in a non-conference football game.
  • New Holstein Football Preview: Huskies expect good season
    How does a high school football team recover from losing its all-time leading rusher, another top-10 all-time rusher/scorer and defensive leader, and one of
    the best quarterbacks it has had in school history?
  • The first 3-1/2 quarters of Friday’s high school football game between New Holstein and Belleville had all the looks of a season opener.
  • 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:
  • 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.
  • Tigers knockout Huskies
    A memorable first spring season ended much too early as far as Chad Feucht is concerned.
  • New Holstein Golf Preview: Young Huskies eager
    Only two letter winners return, but New Holstein golf coach Peter Hofmeister is cautiously optimistic about his teams’ chances at a top half finish in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference.
  • New Holstein Girls Soccer Preview: Huskies must replace Krupp
    Replacing two-time Eastern Wisconsin Conference Player of the Year Hannah Krupp and two other First Team All-EWC players will not be easy for Whitney Zegarski and the New Holstein girls soccer team, two-time defending EWC champions. But the Huskies are not building from the beginning. New Holstein returns a long list of players and look to be a threat again in the conference.
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