July 5, 2017 – Kewaskum, WI – Kewaskum JV improved their record to .500 with a 4-3 victory over Random Lake. Kewaskum brought Mitchell Lochen and Cole Poole to the mound for their last home game. Lochen had 11 strikeouts while Poole dealt a 3 pitch inning. With a tied
June 29, 2017 – West Bend, WI – Kewaskum Varsity played at home with a 6-5 victory while JV traveled to West Bend against East and upset them 10-7. Pitching duties came from Jacob Loehr and Kyle Pamperpin, striking out last batter, to clinch the win for Varsity while
June 28, 2017 – Kewaskum, WI – Kewaskum JV beat Grafton 9-2 at home, while Varsity won 10-2 at Grafton. Kewaskum JV takes the win bringing three pitchers to the mound- Dogs, Block and Christenson. Luke Christenson hit a solo homerun for JV. Dalton Poole and Pamperpin took the mound
June 1, 2017 – Kewaskum, WI – Kewaskum JV scores a 9 – 6 victory against Port Washington after a comeback from a 0-5 deficit. JV heads to Germantown on Friday. JVs next home game is next Thursday 6/8.
May 27, 2017 – Kewaskum, WI – Friday night was opening day for Kewaskum JV baseball. Kewaskum beat Whitefish Bay 7-5. JV takes on Homestead away next Tuesday and the team is home on Thursday to take on Port Washington.
Nov. 4, 2016 – The Kewaskum Indians football season is over after the team lost to Waukesha Catholic Memorial 35 – 7. Kewaskum finishes the season with an overall record of 10-2; the Indians were 6-1 in Conference. ECC Tri-Champions WIAA State Quarterfinalists 12th consecutive year in the playoffs
Kewaskum wins over Plymouth to advance to the 3rd round of WIAA playoffs. Kewaskum scored on a 2-yard rushing touchdown by Pat Krier and a 38-yard passing touchdown from Dalton Poole to Brady Hanson. Defense played tough with a fumble recovered by Dan Kries in 1st quarter
The Kewaskum Indians beat Port Washington 39-22 in the first round of the WIAA playoffs. Both the Indians offense and defense showed its muscle Friday night. Quarterback Dalton Poole connected with Anthony Steger, Patrick Krier and Bennett Seidensticker for passing scores. Cade Peterson also hit a field-goal. Tommy Strom
Kewaskum High School football team is the East Central Conference Champs as it beat Campbellsport on Friday night, 30-10. The Indians finish 8-1. Indians started slow but in second half put up 20 unanswered points. Kewaskum and Campbellsport also showed their team spirit by
Kewaskum improved to 7-1 as it beat Plymouth 10-7. It was a hard fought game. Kewaskum took the lead with a rushing touchdown by Patrick Krier. The contest was tied at half 7-7 as Kewaskum failed to score prior to halftime. Brady Hanson did take the
The Kewaskum Indians improve to 6-1 on the season as they defeated Kettle Moraine Lutheran 56-0. Indians started with a bang as Kyle Pamperin returned the opening kickoff with a 89-yard scamper for a touchdown! Both Patrick Krier and Cole Suprenant had two rushing touchdowns. Poole connected
Kewaskum suffers its first loss to Berlin and goes 5-1 on the season. It was a tough-fought game with both offensive and defensive highlights with Kewaskum coming within 3 points. Final was 17-14.
Kewaskum wins 49-20 over Waupun and improves to 5-0 on the season. Scores happened from 3 passing touchdowns: Poole 52 yard to Hanson, 32 yard to Hanson and 16 yard TD to Steger. A rushing TD of 12 yards from Surprenant and two short “Kuhn like” now known
Kewaskum improves to 4-0 as they beat Ripon 28-13. A positive defensive game for Kewaskum with 3 defensive interceptions by Alex Vogt with one for a touchdown. Tommy Strom returns to play since game one with a sack. Offense started fast with 28-yard TD pass from Poole
Watertown Goslings beat Slinger Owls at Slinger Friday night 34 – 17. Hat tip Ron Naab KEWASKUM improves to 3-0 away at Winniconne. It was a slow start with a score of 10-0 at half time. The second half was a different story with the Indians striking quickly with
Kewaskum improved to 2-0 with a win over Port Washington. Final score was 21-14. It was a back-and-forth battle in the first quarter as the score remained 0-0. Kewaskum scored at the beginning of the 2nd quarter when Patrick Krier had a 2-yard rushing touchdown. Poole passed to Kries
KEWASKUM wins 34-27, after a marathon 3 1/2 hour game, over WBE due to a lightening delay. The scoring line for the Kewaskum Indians included three rushing touchdowns for Patrick Krier, Tony Steger had one rushing touchdown and a 39-yard pass from Dalton Poole to Brady Hansen.
Kewaskum varsity baseball team beat Nicolet in a first-round regional playoff game, 10-5. A highlight came off the bat of Michael Prochnow’s 3-run home run in the 6th inning. This secured the win for Kewaskum and moved the team to the next Regional game in Menomonee Falls this
Kewaskum High School Baseball graduates three seniors this year. Pictured from left to right are Michael Prochnow, Zach Heberer and Devon Zillmer. Varsity takes their home field today at noon against Sheboygan Falls. Come cheer on your Indians Tuesday, July 12, at home for regional play against Nicolet at
Photo courtesy: Poole Family Doug Gonring celebrated his 400th high school baseball coaching win last evening with a victory at home. Kewaskum players, families, and faculty extended this message, “Thanks, Doug, for your years of time and mentoring the young men of Kewaskum in baseball and life.”
Cole Suprenant pitches a complete game 2 hit shut out in the Indians 7-0 victory over East. Prochnow, Neu and Chesak each had 2 hits accounting for 6 RBI. Poole had the solo RBI. KEWASKUM hosts SWHS tonight at 5:30. Photo courtesy: Poole Family
Indians improve to 11-7 on the season with a solid win over Germantown. Scoring first and never looking back! They play at home next week Tuesday, 6/28 against Grafton. Kewaskum Baseball will be having their annual Brat Fry fund raiser this Saturday, June 25, at the Kewaskum Piggly Wiggly. Come
The Indians battled at Port Washington and came out on top! After a 12 inning game that lasted 3 hours and 2 minutes, it ended with a victory for the Indians! Indians take on Germantown at home tonight at 5:30. PHOTO courtesy of the Poole Family
KEWASKUM goes 2-2 in their last four games played in the last five days. 10-3 win against Whitefish Bay 6-16 loss to Grafton 7-3 win against New Holstein 4-5 loss to Homestead Today KEWASKUM travels to Port Washington. The Indians next home game is this week Thursday against Germantown.
Kewaskum took on the East Suns of West Bend Thursday night at home. They won an extra-inning duel, 3 – 2. Cole Surprenant was on the mound for the Indians. He threw all 8 innings allowing 2 runs and 12 strikeouts. Catcher Jared Chesak was
Kewaskum’s freshman baseball team finally got a game in today and they beat the Port Washington Pirates 14-0. Kewaskum was stellar on both sides of the ball only giving up 2 hits and 1 walk and amazing on the offensive side scoring 14 thru 6 innings when
The Kewaskum Indians picked up a victory over SWCHA Tuesday night. Kewaskum’s bats exploded for 15 runs in the affair over the Saints. The final was 15-6. Pictured is Zach Heberer making a catch in left field. Kewaskum plays West Bend East at home Thursday.
Kewaskum Indians faced Germantown with Andrew Neu getting the start and the complete game. Germantown had only one hit off Neu, who allowed no earned runs, walked 3 and struck out 8 during his complete game. Final was Kewaskum 4 – Germantown 3. Kewaskum managed 4 runs on 3