There are some big losses to fill, but Kevin Meyer and the New Holstein Huskies girls basketball team expects to be a top four team in the EWC with some key returnees. Depth is a concern, but the Huskies may surprise.
The NH girls hoops preview:

COACH: Kevin Meyer (4th season)
2018-19 RECORD: 8-15 overall; 5-9 Eastern Wisconsin Conference (tie for 4th place).

2018-19 REVIEW: The progress continued as the Huskies improved their overall record by two wins and improved in the conference from seventh place two years ago to tying Brillion for fourth place last season. Mackenzie Doherty just missed making First Team All-EWC as she was second to Kiel’s Savannah Walsdorf in scoring. Karli Schmitz was sixth in EWC scoring. They have both graduated as has starting forward Kayla Guelig.

2019-20 PREVIEW: Meyer welcomes back, Olivia Ondrejka, Molly Steffes, Shaelynn Feuerstein, Jess Diedrich and Alyssa Anhalt, all either started or were key reserves a year ago. April Kienbaum missed last season with an injury, but she returns and brings experience. The Huskies also remain fairly young as of the 12 varsity players, only five are seniors with Hannah Graf and Kaitlyn Watson joining Kienbaum, Ondrejka and Steffes in that group. Cameron Guelig is a junior prospect with sophomores Lauren Danes, Ava Heise, Karly Schmitz (not Karli Schmitz) and Brianna Guelig closing out a solid roster.
Defending EWC champ Valders may see a strong Sheboygan Falls team challenge them along with Kiel, who suffered some graduation losses, but remain strong. The Huskies and Brillion will also be strong squads.