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  • The “Unbeaten, Untied and Unscored Upon” 1969 Chilton High School Football team will hold its 50-Year Reunion the weekend of August 30-31 in Chilton.
  • The fall of 1969 brought the sports world “The Amazin’ Mets.” 
    The New York Mets, just a few years into existence, overcame a big September deficit to surpass the Chicago Cubs for the National League East Division title and went onto beat the Atlanta Braves for the National League title and, as heavy underdogs, beat the Baltimore Orioles in the World Series.
    But before that, the summer of 1969 brought us another amazing story. The Kiel High School baseball Raiders.
  • 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.
  • Heartbreaking loss for Tigers in regional baseball title game
    Dan Criter has suffered some tough losses over his long career as Chilton head baseball coach. 
  • Tigers knockout Huskies
    A memorable first spring season ended much too early as far as Chad Feucht is concerned.
  • Oostburg blanks Kiel girls soccer in regional finale
    Fighting through injury problems all season long, the Kiel girls soccer team saw their 2019 campaign come to a close, but not after putting up a good fight against heavily favored Oostburg.
  • Kiel girls track falls short of medals at WIAA State
    What else can a relay team do to get a state medal?
    Kiel girls 4x800 relay team is wondering that exact thing.
  • Kiel's Alzate in two state track finals
    Day 1 of the 124th WIAA State Track and Field Championships saw Kiel's Elio Alzate advance to the finals of both the boys Division 2 110 meter high hurdles and 300 intermediate hurdles.
  • Moehn places 10th at state discus
    For Chilton's Mariah Moehn, there was two ways of looking at how her day at the 124th Annual WIAA State Track and Field Championships at UW-La Crosse went in the Division 2 girls discus.
  • Kiel Girls Win 4th Straight EWC Track Championship
    Finishing in the top five in each event except three, Jamie Arenz and the Kiel Raider girls track team walked away with their fourth consecutive Eastern Wisconsin Conference title Monday night in Sheboygan Falls scoring 193 points to 149 for second place Two Rivers.
  • Kiel Boys Reclaim EWC Track Crown
    After a disappointing 2018 conference meet, the Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys track championship returns to Kiel High School.
    Lee Watson’s Raiders rolled to the 2019 crown Monday evening at Sheboygan Falls scoring 179.5 points to finish well ahead of runner up Brillion.
    Kiel swept all four relay events.
  • 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.
  • Kiel Girls Soccer Preview: Veteran Raiders look to challenge
    A veteran Kiel Raiders girls soccer team takes to the pitch this spring. Coach Mike Pritchard welcomes back ten letter winners as Kiel looks to be a contender in the Eastern Wisconsin portion of the Big East/Eastern Wisconsin Conference.
  • Chilton Baseball Preview: Tigers look strong in new EWC
    It’s a true Eastern Wisconsin Conference in 2019 as the Chilton baseball team faces some new teams on the diamond, namely neighborhood rivals New Holstein and Kiel. Coach Dan Criter’s Tigers are very deep and figure to be a title contender.
  • 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.
  • Kiel Baseball Preview: Veteran Raiders tackle spring season
    It’s the same team with the same uniforms, but the season is brand new.
    Kiel returns to spring WIAA baseball for the first time since 1964 (WIAA summer baseball began in 1965). Veteran head coach Brad Mey has similar numbers to what he had with the summer program as the Raiders look forward to some familiar opponents, as well as some brand new ones.
  • 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:
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