New Holstein won the first-ever WIAA State Summer Baseball Tournament in 1965. They had a Cinderella run towards winning the final one in 2018. But summer baseball is history and the Huskies will now tackle spring baseball, but do it with a solid list of veterans.
Here is the NH baseball preview:

Head Coach: Chad Feucht
2018 finish: The Huskies were 17-15 overall and 12-10 in the Eastern Wisconsin/Big East Conference Large Division. They lost to Plymouth in the sectional championship.

2018 Review: There was no Cinderella ending to the New Holstein Huskies baseball season, but they made it exciting. Entering the post season as the number 7 seed in the sectional, coach Chad Feucht’s Huskies knocked off the number two and three seeds along the way. But conquering the final mountain – number one seed Plymouth – proved to be too much. Plymouth held off the Huskies for an 11-8 win in the sectional championship. The Huskies conclude summer baseball with 19 state tournament appearances, the most of anyone in Wisconsin.
New Holstein had three First Team All-EWC selections led by junior pitcher Brad Schroeder, a unanimous pick. He was joined by Husky teammates in catcher Kayden Judkins and shortstop Teddy Schnell. First baseman Tyler Petrie earned Second Team.
Casey Schrage was the lone senior.

2018 Preview:
All four all-conference players are back as coach Feucht has ten lettermen to build around in year one of spring baseball. Schroeder and Schnell form a strong 1-2 pitching combo with Judkins back behind the plate and Petrie returns at first base. Also back are Owen Heus (middle infield), Randy Smith (outfield), Adam Freund (outfield), Collin Hau (pitcher/outfield), Nathan Boehnlein (utility), Ryan Schneider (pitcher/outfield) and Brady Thelen (pitcher/outfield). NH will carry 14 or 15 players on their varsity roster.
The new Eastern Wisconsin Conference is going to be tight. Besides the Huskies, former summer teams Kiel and Sheboygan Falls are very experienced joining newcomers Chilton, Valders and Brillion in what should be an exciting conference race.