On November 11, across the United States, veterans from all walks of life are honored. Lives that have been lost are remembered. Beautiful ceremonies are held to keep the tradition alive. But, how much do you really know about this day’s history? – Veterans Day was originally Armistice
The tough season continues for the Chargers as Kettle Moraine Lutheran hosted the Ripon Tigers on Friday. KML put up a fight but ended the evening with a final of 42 – 16. The Chargers had a total of 34 carries and -24 total yards. KML
The Kettle Moraine Lutheran Chargers JV hosted an exciting football game over the weekend against the Kewaskum Indians. The game was full of quality football all four quarters. The Chargers came close to another win, but fell short, 34-30. The JV football team at KML has
Homecoming came earlier than usual to Kettle Moraine Lutheran, as the bleachers were flooded with currents students and alumni. The KML Chargers and the Campbellsport Cougars faced off in a Friday night game under the lights. The Chargers struggled throughout the night as the Cougars dominated with 383 rushing
The Kettle Moraine Lutheran Chargers JV team hosted Winneconne on Sunday afternoon. A nice crowd watched under the midday sun as the Chargers locked in another win, 22-14. The Chargers JV improves to 3-1 overall. On Sept. 22, Campbellsport hosts KML at 4:30 p.m..
The Kettle Moraine Lutheran gymnasium echoed with the sound of cheering and whistles as KML hosted a mini tournament, the KML Quad, where the JV girls volleyball team faced the Plymouth Panthers. The Chargers swept the Panthers without breaking a sweat 3 – 0. The final scores were 26
The Kettle Moraine Lutheran varsity football team (0-4) fell against the Plymouth Panthers Friday night. The final score of 0 – 42 left Chargers head coach Mark Heckendorf with little to say. “We got out sized. We were not able to establish anything offensively or stop them defensively,”
Kettle Moraine Lutheran hosted Plymouth in varsity volleyball Thursday and the Chargers swept the Panthers in three straight sets. Aggressive serving and a steady offense were keys factors for the Chargers. KML improves to 5-0 in ECC play and 10-0 overall. Stat leaders: Kills: R.McAllister-9, H.Kuehl-8, C.Heuer-8,
Kettle Moraine Lutheran JV team faced Waupun on its home field Thursday night and locked in a win with a final score of 30-18. Jacob Byhardt, a sophomore at KML, led the team with 97 yards and two touchdowns. Next the Chargers face Plymouth on Thursday, Sept.
Solid win by the KML Chargers JV football team as it downed Waupun with a convincing victory. Reporter Ana Diaz-Oballos has the details.
The Chargers of Kettle Moraine Lutheran beat the Germantown Warhawks at Wednesday night’s varsity volleyball game 3 – 2. The Chargers move forward this season with 4 wins and zero losses. The Chargers play Waupun on Thursday, Sept. 1 at 7:45 p.m. Note: Story author Ana Diaz-Oballos is a