The numbers are rising in the Husky girls track program under second year head coach Sam Wallace. New Holstein looks forward to moving up in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference.
The NH girls track preview:

NEW HOLSTEIN GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Head Coac
h- Sam Wallace

2018 RECORD: Eighth at EWC Championships; Sixth at WIAA Division 2 New Holstein Regional; No state qualifiers.

2018 REVIEW:
A very young Huskies squad sent four athletes in five events to sectional competition.
They were pole vaulters Alexa Guelig and Lauren Schwaller, both of whom returned to the sectionals from 2017. Guelig was the regional champ clearing the bar at 8’0” and Schwaller was second at 7’3”.
Aubrey Waldschmidt, only a freshman, went in the 100 meter dash and the 400 meters. The other NH qualifier was long distance runner Sarah Schaefer in the 1600 meter run.
New Holstein hosted the regional meet on their newly refurbished track and did so under very wet conditions.

2019 PREVIEW:
Wallace has a roster of 21 athletes, five of whom are seniors led by Schwaller. Kayleigh Bonlander, Hailey Lefeber, Lauren Hess and Gabby Barth are the others.
Other key returnees are Izzy Kestell (sprints), Amber Meyer (sprints), Rachel Turba (relays), Aubrey Waldschmidt (sprints), and Schaefer. Even though several newcomers will be in the lineup, the Huskies have better depth this season in their attempts to move up from the bottom of the conference. Kiel is the overwhelming favorite to win its fourth consecutive EWC title.