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Cross Country State Meet Recap

Katie Miller returned to The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids for her second State appearance in cross country. Snowflakes were visible during the National Anthem, and two hours later for Division 2’s 1:20pm start time, the temperature was still 37 degrees.  Four-year KML CC Veteran Katie Miller, toed the start line with 39 other

Katie Miller Returns to State for the Second Time

Winneconne hosted one of eight WIAA Division 2 Cross Country Sectionals at Lake Breeze Golf Course on Saturday, October 21 for a field of 16 schools. Both KML’s Boys and Girls finished in the 7th team position. Katie Miller raced to a season PR time of 20:19 for a 5th place finish, securing a bid

Cross Country News From McCarty Park

Wisconsin Lutheran High School hosted their 40th Viking Invitational on Friday, October 6. The meet allowed KML to return to McCarty Park for the second time this season, having raced there on September 1st, making for a good measure of season improvement. Fifty Chargers represented KML in the field of over 800 athletes from 20 schools. Competition was

KML Battles Heat at Kewaskum’s CC Invite

KML CC teams battled eight opposing schools and 80 degree temperatures at the Dave Drexler CC Invite hosted by Kewaskum HS at Hon-E-Kor Golf Course, the site of KML’s very first cross country meet 20 years ago.  Hot weather added another facet to the challenge of covering 5000 meters of hilly terrain. The Girls Varsity

KML Runs Well In the Land of the Big Dogs

KML charged into competition last Friday against 14 opposing schools, many of which were Division 1, at the West Allis Central Bullddog Invite held at McCarty Park. The Chargers rose to the challenge as the majority of the 48 runners greatly improved their time from the previous week. Improvements ranged from 36 seconds to over

KML Charges Into CC Season

Thirteen schools were in attendance at the KML hosted Charger Classic, the cross country teams’ first meet of the season. Nineteen boys and twenty-nine girls from KML suited up to race. The wonderful weather day definitely benefited all participants, especially the twenty-seven Charger athletes competing for the first time at the high school level. Both Varsity


The 6th annual Kettle Klomp was the most successful to date, with registrations for 152 runners, 57 walkers and  22 Klip Klop participants.  New features this year were motivational tunes played by the KMLHS Pep Band that helped participants face the challenges of the uphills on the course, and Cedarburg pastel artist Christopher Behrs  creating an


Please join us at the annual KETTLE KLOMP on Saturday, August 12th!  It is a great activity that the whole family can to together to support KML. The event features a 5K Run/Walk Event, 2 Mile Walk & 1/4 Mile Kids Klip Klop. Registration starts at 7:30am. Run/Walk starts at 8:30am. For more information visit the Kettle Klomp

KML’s Athlete of the Month – October

 Austin Schaff outdistanced all other nominees in our Athlete of the Month balloting on the website. As a freshman, Austin competed Varsity Cross Country at the Varsity level. He consistently progressed throughout the season, finishing in the top 20 in East Central competition. Austin also completed the first quarter with an A- academic performance. Congratulations

Abby Miller Races at State

Joining only 3 girls before her, Junior Abby Miller became the fourth individual female to represent KMLHS at the WIAA State Cross Country Championship in Wisconsin Rapids. Abby qualified as one of the top 5 individuals from the Shorewood Sectional with a PR performance. In the 44th annual running of the Girls State Meet (104th for