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  • Time runs out on Tigers in tough loss to Amherst
    Chilton had undefeated Amherst right where they wanted them, but the Falcons escaped.
  • Raiders advance to WIAA football semifinals
    For the first time in school history, the Kiel Raiders have advanced to the WIAA state football playoff semifinal game. Seeded #1 in their bracket, the Raiders knocked off Berlin by a 21-14 margin at Fifrick Field Friday to move within one game of the state championship in Division 4. Kiel will face Wrightstown in the semifinal matchup next Friday. Wrightstown defeated Freedom 20-19.
  • New Holstein trailed Amherst 7-6 at one point in the second quarter and was down by only 11 points going into the fourth quarter, but Amherst pulled away in the final quarter for a 31-13 victory Friday.
  • Voelker, Kiel snow plow their way to Level 3
    Connor Voelker didn't find the end zone, but his contributions to Kiel's football playoff win Friday night were immeasurable.
  • The Kiel School District is seeking help today—Thursday, Oct. 31—starting at 3:30 p.m. to clear snow from its athletic complex in advance of tomorrow’s football game.
  • Chilton gets defensive in a football playoff opener victory
    The Chilton Tiger football team turned to its defense for a pair of huge goal-line stops as the Tigers opened up WIAA Division 5 football playoff action with a hard-fought 27-14 win over Wittenberg-Birnamwood Friday night at chilly Morrissey Field.
  • A number-four seed playing a number-five seed should be a close game, and that was the case Friday night in New Holstein as the host Huskies edged Laconia 28-20.
  • Raiders advance past Campbellsport 42-0
    The Kiel Raiders played like a #1 seed Friday night, handing Campbellsport a 42-0 thumping in the first round of the Division 4 WIAA football playoffs. Connor Voelker collected four turnovers defensively, while quarterback Mitchell Mahler ran for three scores in the lopsided win at Fifrick Field
  • Playoff time for Tigers, Raiders and Huskies Football
    For the second consecutive season, all three high school football teams in the area have qualified for the playoffs and all three earned seeds good enough to get first round home games.
  • Husky Cross Country Teams 8th at EWC
    Only six points separated New Holstein from sixth place as the Husky boys had to settle for eighth place with 207 points at the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Cross Country Championships at the Sheboygan Falls Elementary School course Saturday. Manitowoc Roncalli was seventh at 202 and Falls was sixth at 201 with Valders again, the run away winner with just 22 points.
  • Kiel CC reaps All-EWC honors
    Sheboygan Falls hosted the 2019 Eastern Wisconsin Conference Cross Country Meet. Kiel girls could not overcome a sweep of the first three places by Two Rivers and finished runnerup to TR, 23-41. However, Kiel six of their seven runners earn post season honors.
  • EWC Cross Country: Tiger boys 3rd; Girls 4th
    As expected, Valders dominated the boys portion of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Cross Country Championships held Saturday at Sheboygan Falls Elementary School. Chilton made a strong effort for second, but took third behind Brillion.
  • Raiders shoot down Air TR
    Kiel completed another undefeated conference football season with a 55-13 win over Two Rivers Friday night at Fifrick Field.
  • The start of the second half was gut-check time for the New Holstein High School football team Friday night in Brillion.
  • Hartfield falls in straight sets at state tennis
    It appeared that Kaytlyn Hartfield found a weakness in her opponent.
  • Kiel's Hartfield ready for state tennis
    Kaytlyn Hartfield has entered the Kiel athletics history book.
  • Kiel's Dressler honored as Packers Coach of the Week
    The Packers have announced that Mike Dressler of Kiel High School in Kiel, Wisconsin, has been named the Green Bay Packers High School Coach of the Week. The program is presented by Jack Link’s Protein Snacks.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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