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  • Boys Basketball: Indians rally past Wausaukee
    It was an uphill battle, but Stockbridge boys basketball snapped a three-game losing streak as they rallied to beat Wausaukee, 55-53, at Stockbridge High School Friday.
  • Raider grapplers whip Falcons
    Andrew Schad’s forfeit win at 126 pounds gave Kiel the lead for the first time and one they would not relinquish in a 54-25 Eastern Wisconsin Conference wrestling dual victory at Sheboygan Falls Thursday night (Jan. 10).
  • Wrestling: Chilton/Hilbert rolls Huskies
    Winning the first six matches, five by pin, Chilton/Hilbert rolled to a convincing 60-21 Eastern Wisconsin Conference wrestling dual win over host New Holstein Thursday night (Jan. 10).
  • Roncalli girls rally past Chilton
    Things were looking good for the Chilton girls basketball team to get their fourth consecutive victory. Manitowoc Roncalli had other ideas.
  • Brillion outlasts Huskies
    New Holstein trimmed a 12-point deficit to five in the final minute, but could not close the deal and suffered a 69-65 Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys basketball defeat at Brillion last Thursday night.
  • Boys Swimming: Manty's depth overcomes BVC
    Brillion/Valders/Chilton won six of the 11 events, but Manitowoc’s superior depth allowed the Shipbuilders to win a boys swim dual meet last week Thursday at the Chilton Middle School Pool, 92-78.
  • Excitement, strategy and controversy.
    They were all present in last week Tuesday’s Eastern Wisconsin Conference wrestling showdown between Chilton/Hilbert and Two Rivers before a Parents Night audience at Chilton High School.
  • Kiel slips past NH in girls hoops
    Kiel moved into a second place tie with Sheboygan Falls in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference after defeating archrival New Holstein, 63-51, in girls basketball action at Kiel High School.
  • Huskies hold off Kiel for win #1
    It took eight games, but the New Holstein Huskies boys basketball team notched their first victory last Thursday night.
    The Huskies got off to an excellent start and then withstood a Kiel rally to beat the Raiders 67-62 in Kiel.
  • Kiel grapplers pin Huskies
    It was a quick night of wrestling as New Holstein had just five available grapplers.
    Advantage Kiel.
  • Stockbridge Boys Basketball Preview: Indians reload
    Dale Forstner faces a bit of a rebuilding job as his Stockbridge boys basketball team takes to the floor this winter.
    Here is the 2018-19 Indian boys hoops preview:
  • Stockbridge: Girls Basketball Preview: New direction for SHS
    Stockbridge girls basketball may be low on numbers, but they are high on enthusiasm as they prepare for the 2018-19 season
    Here is the 2018-19 Indian girls hoops preview:
  • Kiel Boys Swim Preview: Talented Raiders Lack Depth
    Big on quality, just not on numbers.
    The Kiel Raider boys swim team returns four athletes that went to state a year ago. However, depth will likely keep Kiel from competing for many team title this season. There will still be plenty of highlights this winter.
  • BVC Boys Swim Preview: New coach, but familiar face
    A new coach, yet a familiar face to area sports fan directs the Brillion/Valders/Chilton boys swimming and diving team this winter. Former Chilton athletic director and assistant football coach Dave Sonnabend takes the reigns. BVC has some quality, but depth is a concern.
  • Bowe rallies Tigers past Huskies, 60-56
    Ryan Broeckel carried the Chilton Tigers for most of Friday night’s game with New Holstein. But the final minute had teammate Camden Bowe in the spotlight.
  • Chilton/Hilbert Wrestling Preview: Tigers take aim at Two Rivers in EWC
    Chilton/Hilbert wrestling is strong again bolstered by an abundance of returnees. But coach Gerald Hoerthis taking a cautious approach to the season.
  • New Holstein Wrestling Preview: Huskies low on depth; High on energy
    Depth will be a problem for the Husky wrestling team, but the Huskies look to some key veterans as they take to the mat this season.
  • Kiel Wrestling Preview: Raiders look to surprise
    One of the most veteran wrestling lineups in recent memory and improving numbers make for optimism in Davin Horneck’s Raider wrestling program. Kiel looks to move up in the conference.
  • Kiel Girls BB Preview: Raiders want EWC title back
    The Kiel girls basketball team did not like how the 2017-18 season ended. Battling some key injuries, the Raiders suffered a lopsided defeat to Valders in the regional final after taking second to the Vikings in the regular season.
  • Husky girls hoops look to continue their rise
    The New Holstein girls basketball team got a big weight off its shoulders right away last season. An opening season win over Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah brought a merciful end to a 48-game losing streak. The Huskies would go on to post six wins, more than the last three years combined and the most since the 2010-11 Huskies went 13-8.
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