Chilton, WI 53014
CHS Athletics
530 W Main St  (920) 849-2358
Corey Behnke
CMS/CHS Activities Director
(920) 849-8109  or ext. 4319
1996 D2 Girls Cross Country
1992 D2 Girls Basketball
1986 Class B Boys Basketball
1969 Football "Undefeated, Untied, Unscored Upon"
1998 Div 3 Wrestling State Runner Up

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  • CHS Requirements for Participation in Athletics & School Activities
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District Challenge Course

The following are the Consent, Release of Liability, Assumption of Risk, and Indemity Agreement for the District Challenge Course which includes the Ropes Course (both high and low elements) and the rock climbing walls.

Open Gym Usage

Usage and expectations of our Sunday & Wednesday night open gyms.
  1. Attendance will be taken each evening
  2. Chilton High School Alumns are welcome
  3. Residents and alumns may bring a guest (one guest per resident/alumn)
  4. Signage is posted on gym doors indicating that this activity is for Chilton residents
  5. MS Students play in the Freshmen gym with adult supervision......adults in the varsity gym. If the crowd gets large, the large gym will be utilized for two games.
  6. If non-residents, non-alumns attend that have no connection to Chilton (and are not a "guest") Mr. Stuebbe will forward the name(s) of these individuals to Ty. Ty will request that the AD call the individual the following day and reinforce our policy on attendance limited to residents, alumni, or their guests.

CHS Athletic Coaches

  HS Sport Coaches   updated as of August 7, 2018
  Baseball Dan Criter Brady Callahan  
weblink Basketball, Boys Corey Behnke John Pauly
Ray Mlada
Danny Mallmann
 weblink.png Basketball, Girls Tom Molitor Jessica Schwarz Lee Bartel
  Cross Country Rocky Gozdziewski Jane Schmitz  
weblink.png Football Michael Arendt

Corey Behnke
Tim Kolbe
Jim Delebreau
Jeremy Mueller

Patrick Barany
Steve Bartel
Greg Sromek
  Golf Kelly Moehn Danny Mallmann  
  Softball Bob Broeckel Ashley Juckem Hayden Vollmer
weblink.png Swimming, Boys Laura Schulz (Swim)
Jim Bruckner (Dive)
  (co-op with Brillion and Valders)
weblink.png Swimming, Girls Tracy Puyleart
Jake Risse
  (co-op with Brillion and Valders)
  Track, Boys Matt Wehde Tracy Bartels  
  Track, Girls Rocky Gozdziewski Mary Kay Jannette  
  Volleyball Leah Cisler Samantha Meyers Michelle Brickl
  Wrestling Gerald Hoerth Mike Brocker  
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Football Play-Offs: All play versus Football Play-off Proposal

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.

Teams, which finish in first through fourth place in district, will advance to the play-offs. (Tiebreakers must be used to determine district places.) The teams, which finish in the lower portion of their respective district—places five through eight, would be matched with schools, which also finished in places five through eight. The higher seeded team would host through Level 3. If opponents have identical seeds, the team that has hosted the least would host. Level 4 games would be played at neutral sites.   Districts would be matched up against one another during level one based on geography, e.g. east/west or north/south.  The first place winner would take on the fourth place finisher of the other district. Second place finishers would play the third place finishers. In addition, the lower placing teams would play another school from another district based on geography. (One example is fifth place finishers playing fifth place finishers. Sixth place finishers playing one another, etc.) While many will ask “why are we not maintaining traditional conference lines for football,” the object of this proposal is to create districts based on enrollment for better competition for all member schools. In addition, this proposal guarantees a nine game schedule. Lower level games can be scheduled against the existing conference opponents in other sports.

As of now, the WIAA is envisioning Chilton as part of Division 4 District F with the following district opponents and enrollments:

  • Chilton, 424
  • Lomira, 351
  • Mayville, 421
  • New Holstein, 460
  • North Fond du Lac, 416
  • Sheboygan Area Lutheran (215), Koehler (164), Sheboygan County Christian (128),  507
  • Valders, 419
  • Winnebago Lutheran Academy, 362

For more information on this topic, please visit the WIAA website.


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