It’s getting to be a broken record, but that’s just fine for coach Jamie Arenz and his defending Eastern Wisconsin Conference and WIAA Division 2 Regional Champion Kiel girls track team. The Raiders are loaded again this spring with plenty of depth.
The Raider girls preview:

KIEL GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Head Coach-
Jamie Arenz

2018 RECORD: Eastern Wisconsin Conference champions; WIAA Division 2 New Holstein Regional champions; 4th at WIAA Division 2 Freedom Sectional; The Raiders had four individuals and two relay teams at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships.

2018 REVIEW: At state, the 4x800 relay team of Sydney Binversie, Josie Binversie, Peyton Koppenhaver and Julia Koenig placed sixth to earn medals. Kiel had eighth place finishes in two other events. They were the 4x200 relay team of Addy Lund, Kelsey Maurer, Holly Vogel and Sydney Binversie, and Caitlin Kravick in the 300 meter low hurdles. Lund also qualified in the 100 meter dash, as did Vogel in the high jump and Maria Blatz in the triple jump.
At sectionals, Kiel had entrants in 15 of the 18 events. Besides the state qualifiers, Raider sectional entrants included Caitlin Kravick (100 high hurdles); Maurer (200 dash); 4x400 relay (Kravick, Koenig, Sydney Binversie and Josie Binversie); Koenig (1600 meters); 4x100 relay (Vogel, Ally Wirtz, Lund and Caitlin Meyer); Kyla Jochimsen (800 and 1600); Sydney Binversie (long jump); Koppenhaver (400 dash); Josie Binversie (800); Vogel (200); Ellie Mueller (3200 run); and Wirtz (100 dash). Blatz and Maurer were the only seniors in this group.

2019 PREVIEW:
It looks like the EWC title goes through Kiel again as the Raiders boast a list of 24 letter winners led by Josie Binversie, Sydney Binversie, Koenig, Koppenhaver, Kravick, Lund, Meyer, Jochimsen, Mueller, Wirtz, and Vogel. Also back are Emma Lucas (relays), Sierra Rostkowski (hurdles), Rachel Horneck (jumps), Caroline Heckmann (throws), Melissa Runge (sprints), Shirley Catalan (sprints), Ava Roehrig (high jump), Kendra Preissner (throws), Julie Mueller (throws), Lizzy Daane (sprints), Sophie Strains (throws) Clare Vogel (sprints) and McKenna Augustine (long distance)
Kiel is very strong in all running events with lots of depth. Sheboygan Falls, Brillion and Two Rivers are the main threats to Kiel.