Mitch Mahler scores Kiel's first touchdown just two minutes into the Raiders' 54-12 Homecoming win over Manitowoc Roncalli
Mitch Mahler scores Kiel's first touchdown just two minutes into the Raiders' 54-12 Homecoming win over Manitowoc Roncalli
Kiel and Chilton football squads each jumped out to huge leads early and were never threatened in Homecoming victories Friday night.
The Raiders improved to 7-0 overall and 5-0 in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference with a dominating 54-12 win over outmanned Manitowoc Roncalli at Fifrick Field.


Meanwhile, up the road in Chilton, the host Tigers overcame a soggy Morrissey Field to put 21 first quarter points on the board and took home the Hwy, 151 Trophy for the first time as they dismantled winless Valders, 49-0.
With the win, coach Mike Arendt's team clinched its third WIAA playoff berth in four seasons.
New Holstein will have to wait a week to clinch a berth. The Huskies saw a late rally fall by the wayside in a 38-18 Homecoming loss to Sheboygan Falls as Falls joins Kiel and Chilton as WIAA playoff qualifiers.