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  • Stockbridge hosts first soccer match since '99
    The scoreboard showed that Campbellsport was the winner, but in reality there were no losers last Thursday as Stockbridge played its first home soccer match in 19 years when the Indians battled the visiting Cougars under sun splashed skies and a nice crowd at Stockbridge High School.
  • Stayin' Alive: Tiger football scores huge road win
    Mike Arendt thought long and hard on whether his Chilton Tiger football team recorded a “must win” tonight.
  • 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.
  • BVC girls win Two Rivers triangular
    Taking first in seven events, the Brillion/Valders/Chilton girls swim team won an Eastern Wisconsin Conference triangular at Two Rivers last week. BVC had 121 points to second place Two Rivers/Roncalli’s 95 and Kiel/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah’s third place 86 points.
  • Husky volleyball 4-1 at Beaver Dam Invite
    A rugged early season schedule continued for Ben Zoelle’s New Holstein volleyball team.
  • Raider CC opens season
    The 26th Annual Kiel Raider Cross Country Invitational is in the books and coach Tony Grybush, founder of this quality event, saw his Kiel boys place second and his girls place fourth in near-perfect running conditions despite a somewhat soggy course.
  • Kiel jets past Roncalli 35-0
    After a tight first half, the Kiel offense exploded in the second half and the defense held Manitowoc Roncalli in check as the Raiders scored a 35-0 Eastern Wisconsin Conference football win over the Jets Friday night at the newly renovated Ron Rubick Field in Manitowoc.
  • 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 WisSports.net Player of the Week.
  • Shoot out at Morrissey Field - Kiel outscores Chilton
    It was a fun night at Morrissey Field if you like a lot of offense in a football game. If you’re a fan of Kiel, you had more fun.
    In a see-saw affair the Raiders outscored Chilton, 40-26, in a wild Eastern Wisconsin Conference opener as Kiel moved to 3-0 overall. It was the first loss for the 2-1 Tigers.
  • New Holstein High School hooked its hopes to beat Sheboygan Falls on the freight train known as Tyler McCoy, and the senior fullback delivered.
  • Kiel Cross Country Preview: Raider squads look strong again
    Two-time defending Eastern Wisconsin Conference girls cross country champion Kiel boasts another powerful unit and the Raider boys also have a quality squad for 2018, but for the boys defending state champ Valders remains a huge obstacle.
    The 2018 Raider cross country preview:
  • New Holstein Volleyball Preview: Huskies take aim at Chilton
    With eight returning letter winners, New Holstein volleyball is expecting a big season and look to challenge three-time Eastern Wisconsin Conference champ Chilton. The 2018 NH volleyball preview:
  • BVC Girls Swimming Preview
    Tracy Puyleart is the new coach for the Brillion/Valders/Chilton girls swim team taking over for Alyssa Jost. Puyleart inherits a roster a bit low on numbers, but there are some quality swimmers in that group.
    The 2018 BVC girls swimming preview:
  • Kiel routs Ripon 45-7; Move to 2-0 as EWC play begins
    Kiel grabbed a 14-0 lead and were never threatened in a 45-7 thumping of Ripon last Friday in non-conference football action on the field turf of Ingalls Field at Ripon.
  • New Holstein Cross Country Preview
    For the first time in over two decades, the New Holstein cross country program has a coaching change. Long time coach Stuart Dewhurst retired after the 2017 season and Mike Hochrein, who ran on New Holstein’s last conference champion CC team in the 1980’s takes over. Hochrein also coaches JV2 boys basketball for the Huskies.
    The 2018 Husky cross country preview:
  • Chilton Cross Country Preview
    It’s a wait-and-see type of season ahead for Rocky Gozdziewski’s Chilton cross country teams. Numbers are down, but several quality runners do return. Replacing state qualifier Dominic Steiner will be a big hurdle.
  • Tiger gridders cruise at Sturgeon Bay; Move to 2-0
    Chilton improved to 2-0 on the young football season dominating on both sides of the ball in a 51-8 non-conference blow out win over Sturgeon Bay Friday night at Memorial Field in the Door County community.
  • The nonconference season is over for the New Holstein High School football team, and it was a huge success.
  • New Holstein/EL-G Boys Soccer Preview
    The highly successful New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah boys soccer program gets a major facelift this fall. A new coach and just four returning lettermen will attempt to keep the Huskies among the conference elite.
    Here is the team preview:
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