Kiel aims to return the Eastern Wisconsin Conference championship back to them. The Raiders may have to overcome some losses to the baseball program, which is now a spring sport, but 12 returnees give much promise to that goal.
The Raider boys track preview:

KIEL BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Head Coach
- Lee Watson
2018 RECORD: Fifth at Eastern Wisconsin Conference Championships; Fourth at WIAA Division 2 New Holstein Regional; Eighth at WIAA Division 2 Freedom Sectional; The Raiders had two individuals and two relay teams at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships.

2018 REVIEW: Elio Alzate finally got on the awards stand at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships on his third try. Alzate posted a fifth place finish in the 300 meter intermediate hurdles.
Alzate also competed in the 100 meter high hurdles at state just missing making the finals and he joined Dayne Friday, Ryan Kleinhans and Ashton Arnold on the 4x400 relay team that came in 13th place.
Friday took 15th in the prelims of the 400 meter dash and the Raider 4x800 relay team of Connor Voelker, Friday, Josh Tarnowski and Arnold were ninth.
Alzate will be very busy as he advances in three individual events. Kleinhans was a sectional qualifier in the 400, as was the 4x100 relay of Willie Groth, Max Feldmann, Hunter Scharenbroch and Trent Bebermier. Seniors were Friday, Tarnowski, Groth and Feldmann.

2019 PREVIEW
: Alzate leads the 12 lettermen along with Kleinhans, Arnold, Voelker, Maximus Ramminger (sprints), Elijah Sippel (hurdles), Alex Riebe (middle distance), Noah Watson (middle/long distance), Dustin Zychowicz (middle/long distance), Allen Steffen (sprints), Evan Field (hurdles) and Isaiah Spencer (high jump). Jason Klauck (throws) and newcomer Armond Wempner (sprints) will also be key contributors.
Kiel looks to battle Brillion, Sheboygan Falls, Valders and Two Rivers for EWC supremacy.