First published on 18 May 2013 Posted in CHS Athletics
- Grades 1-4. June 10-13, 12:45 - 1:45. Sign-up is done through the Chilton Summer School sign-up. FREE CHS
- Grades 5-9. June 10-13, 2:00 - 4:00. Sign-up is done through the Chilton Summer School sign-up. FREE CHS
High School Contact Days - June 10-13, 4:00 - 6:00. CHS
June 14 Coach Juckem / UW-Oshkosh Basketball Camp at CHS
- 9:00 - 11:00am - all incoming 9-12
- 11:00 - 1:00 - all incoming 5-8
- 2:00 - 3:30 - Varsity
CBC Open Gyms
- Grades 9 - 12, June 18, 20, 25, 27 July 2, 9, 11, 16, 18 5:30 - 7:00
- Grades 5-8 – TBD (Either Tuesday or Thursday nights from 7:00 – 8:30)
Freshmen Tournament - June 7 @ Lawrence University - Time TBA
JV Summer League - July 14, 21, 28 @ Brillion High School - Time TBA
Varsity Tournaments - June 22, 23 @ Riverview Middle School in Kaukauna
June 28, 29 @ UW-Oshkosh
July 19-21 @ Plymouth
First published on 02 June 2011 Posted in CHS Athletics
Chilton Athletic Department strongly encourages students to physically prepare for their upcoming 2011-12 season. One way to do so is by participating in the Speed and Agility camp.
In an effort to comply with the Wisconsin Interscholastic Association's (WIAA) rules governing fan seating at WIAA tournament events in gymnasiums, Chilton High School is asking all student and adult fans to sit in the designated areas (click image to enlarge) for Boys and Girls Basketball events. The specific rule from the WIAA's season regulations manual states:
First published on 20 December 2010 Posted in CHS Athletics
"The gym should be split in half at the midcourt line. All adult fans should be placed on the same side of the gym being placed behind their respective player bench. Student fans should be placed directly across from their adult fans. No student fans for any team should be placed behind their opponent's player bench." (WIAA 2010-2011 Winter Season Regulations, page 8)
Student and adult fans attending Boys or Girls Basketball events should review the image referenced above to find their designated seating location in the gymnasium and assist with the school's efforts to comply with the above WIAA rule by sitting in the correct area of the gym.
First published on 20 October 2009 Posted in CHS Athletics
As schools request to move from conferences in order to gain entrance into the WIAA football play-off series because of enrollment mismatches and competition levels, the call for all-play in football play-offs has risen once again. In order to alleviate some of these concerns in football only, a proposal is in place to divide the state into seven divisions. The divisions would consist of eight districts of eight schools. The largest 64 schools will play in division one with the next 64 schools in the following divisions. The remaining 44 would be assigned to division seven (or if the interest has risen, would play reduced-man football). Non-varsity games would be scheduled against traditional conference opponents. Within the districts, schools will have week one to schedule non-district games with traditional rivals or other opponents. District games will be played during weeks two through eight. Week nine will be the last game of the regular season and the first week of the play-offs for qualifying teams.