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  • Kiel's Walsdorf, Swanson's honored by EWC
    Undefeated champion Kohler swept all first Place spots as the All-Eastern Wisconsin Conference Girls Tennis Teams were released.
  • Heartbreaking loss ends record Kiel football season
    Another historic football season at Kiel High School came to a tough end and again, it was Greendale Martin Luther that put a stop to the Raiders run. Even though Martin Luther star running back Darios Crawley-Reid put together another incredible night, it was Sylvere Campbell that may have been the biggest headache.
  • Broeckel interception saves Chilton
    Ryan Broeckel intercepted a Jack Satori pass in the end zone on the final play of the game to preserve an 18-14 Chilton victory over Denmark in a WIAA Level 1 Division 4 playoff game before a vocal crowd Friday night at Morrissey Field.
  • 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.
  • Hwy. 151 trophy stays in Valders
    Bad luck and the inability to finish drives proved to be the Achilles heel for the Chilton Tiger football team as they closed out Eastern Wisconsin Conference and regular season play with a 21-7 defeat at Valders on a chilly fall evening Friday.
  • 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.
  • Criter to Meyer sends Tigers to playoffs!
    A year ago at this time, Chilton football coach Mike Arendt and his Tigers lost 35-14 to Valders ending the regular season with a 3-4 conference record and slim hopes of a playoff berth. Fortunately Chilton was a handful of sub .500 teams selected to fill out the WIAA playoff field.
  • Defense comes through as Kiel holds off Falls
    After a big first half offensively, the Kiel football team turned to its defense in the second half as the Raiders held on for a 19-14 victory over Sheboygan Falls in Falls’ Homecoming game at rain-soaked Zell Field Friday night.
  • 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).
  • Wild finish gives Kiel EWC title share
    Ripley’s Believe It or Not may be calling Mike Dressler very soon.
  • 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.
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  • Kiel CC runs at Mishicot
    Kiel boys cross country placed fifth out of 12 strong schools in the large school division for the Jim Bremser Invitational last Thursday in Mishicot.
  • Wounded Tigers get second straight road win
    Despite injuries to quarterback Jake Criter and running back Auggy Diaz, Chilton broke away from a 14-14 halftime tie getting big defensive stops in the fourth quarter to beat Two Rivers 28-21 and ruin TR's homecoming Friday night at Two Rivers.
  • Barrette 81 yard TD run ignites Kiel offense in 38-0 romp
    After a slow first quarter, the Kiel offense caught fire and dominated play the rest of the way in a 38-0 rout of host Valders in Eastern Wisconsin Conference football action.
  • New Holstein wore down a banged-up Manitowoc Roncalli squad Friday night (Sept. 21) on its way to a 49-6 home football victory.
  • 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.
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