Carlinville High School Football: Welcome


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The 2014 Carlinville High School varsity football team includes, front row, from left, Jacob Dixon, Ethan Suttles, Dylan Chism, Seth Egelhoff and Brady Egelhoff; middle row, Jared Gansz, Hayden Thompson, Michael Bolomey, Jake Hannig, R.J. Picotte, Cole Simons, Garet Gwillim, Devyn Fones, assistant coach John Reels, assistant coach Alan Cooper, head coach Chad Easterday, assistant coach Ken Garrison, assistant coach Michael Morrison, assistant coach Quinn Steiner, Broedy Long, Ryan Kleeman, Adam Walton, Brenden Devantier, Blake Richardson, Zach Simons, Tyler Gwillim and Ryan Bowman; back row, Ezekiel Gray, Jack Reiher, Matt Bolomey, Blake Roberts, Killian Mitchell, Dylan Rostentreter, Mitchell Bolomey, Aidan Groves, Zach Rogers, Nate Thompson, Kinney Myles, Joeb Easterday, Brady Jamieson, Max Chapman, Ben Rogers, Trevor Clardy, R.C. Kirk, Joe Bates, Jay Broom, Elijah Barber, Jessy Robinson, Chandler Seago and Konnor Emmons.

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The Cavalier Coaches

The Carlinville High School football coaching staff includes, from left, assistant coach Quinn Steiner, assistant coach Alan Cooper, head coach Chad Easterday, assistant coach Ken Garrison, assistant coach John Reels and assistant coach Michael Morrison.

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Captains

The 2014 Carlinville High School football captains are, front row, from left, Elijah Barber, Garet Gwillim and Max Chapman; back row, Kinney Myles, Ben Rogers and Joeb Easterday.


Weekly Football Awards
  Carlinville vs. Litchfield


Country Financial/Gary Edwards
  Offensive Player of the Game

Kinney Myles

  The Cubby Hole
Defensive Player of the Game

Zach Rogers

Carlinville Football Club
Game Changer Award

Joeb Easterday



Class 3A Playoff Pairings

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First Round

Game 1 — #8 Aurora Christian (5-4) at #1 Sterling (Newman Central Catholic) (9-0) Sat., Nov. 1, 2:00 pm

Game 2 — #5 Chicago (Raby) (5-4) at #4 Oregon (5-4)  Fri., Oct. 31, 7:30 pm

Game 3 — #7 Byron (5-4) vs. #2 Chicago (Bowen) (8-1) at Chicago (Gately Stadium)  Sat., Nov. 1, 12:00 noon

Game 4 — #6 Poplar Grove (North Boone) (5-4) vs. #3 Chicago (Harper) (6-3) at Chicago (Gately Stadium)  Sat., Nov. 1, 3:30 pm

 

Game 5 — #8 Paxton-Buckley-Loda (5-4) at #1 Wilmington (9-0) Fri., Oct. 31, 7:00 pm

Game 6 — #5 Monticello (6-3) at #4 Elmwood-Brimfield (7-2)  Sat., Nov. 1, 3:00 pm

Game 7 — #7 Peru (St. Bede) (6-3) at #2 Tolono (Unity) (8-1)  Sat., Nov. 1, 2:00 pm

Game 8 — #6 Erie-Prophetstown (6-3) at #3 St. Joseph-Ogden (8-1)  Sat., Nov. 1, 4:00 pm

 

Game 9 — #8 Hillsboro (5-4) at #1 Williamsville (9-0)  Fri., Oct. 31, 7:00 pm

Game 10 — #5 New Berlin (7-2) at #4 Decatur (St. Teresa) (7-2)  Sat., Nov. 1, 1:30 pm

Game 11 — #7 Pleasant Plains (6-3) at #2 Carlinville (8-1)  Fri., Oct. 31, 7:00 pm

Game 12 — #6 Auburn (7-2) at #3 Sullivan-Okaw Valley (8-1)  Sat., Nov. 1, 2:00 pm

 

Game 13 — #8 Newton (5-4) at #1 Robinson (8-1)  Fri., Oct. 31, 7:00 pm

Game 14 — #5 Fairfield (6-3) at #4 Marshall (6-3)  Sat., Nov. 1, 2:00 pm

Game 15 — #7 Vandalia (5-4) at #2 Nashville (7-2)  Sat., Nov. 1, 1:00 pm

Game 16 — #6 Anna-Jonesboro (5-4) at #3 Mt. Carmel (7-2)  Sat., Nov. 1, 1:00 pm



Tuesday, October 28
Cavaliers roll past Litchfield

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CARLINVILLE 64, LITCHFIELD 20:

At Carlinville, the Cavaliers set the school record for points in a season and ended the regular season 8-1 in the South Central Conference. Carlinville finished the season with 461 points. The old record was 425 set in 1994.

Kinney Myles (15 carries for 147 yards) became the all-time TD rusher with 25. He had three TDs to pass Brendan Stewart’s total of 23 in 2012.

Cavaliers quarterback Joeb Easterday completed 16 of 22 passes for 242 yards and five TDs with no interceptions. He finished the season with 19 TD passes and five picks while throwing for 1,622 yards.

Litchfield finished the season 1-8. Quarterback Ryan Howard threw for 143 yards on 11 of 19 passes. Conner Simmons ran for three TDs and ran 25 times for 71 yards.



Tuesday, October 28
Class 3A State Rankings

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Associated Press Final Class 3A Poll

School W-L Pts Prv
1. Sterling Newman (9) (9-0) 128 1 (2A)
2. Wilmington (2) (9-0) 120 2
3. Williamsville (2) (9-0) 113 1
4. Tolono Unity (1) (8-1) 106 3
5. St. Joseph-Ogden (8-1) 90 4
6. Carlinville (8-1) 66 5
7. Mt. Carmel (7-2) 43 7
8. Nashville (7-2) 23 6
(tie) Robinson (8-1) 23 9
10. Sullivan -(S.-Okaw Valley) (8-1) 20 8

Others receiving votes: Decatur St. Teresa 11, Monticello 8, Elmwood-Brimfield 7, St. Bede 4, Erie-Prophetstown 3, New Berlin-Franklin 2, Harper 2, Aurora Christian 1.

 

IllinoisHighSchoolSports.com Final Class 3A Poll

1. 9-0 Sterling Newman 198 (11)
2. 9-0 Williamsville 183 (7)
3. 9-0 Wilmington 177 (3)
4. 8-1 Tolono Unity 145
5. 8-1 St. Joseph-Ogden 106
6. 8-1 Carlinville 72
7. 7-2 Mt. Carmel 61
8. 5-4 Aurora Christian 40
9. 8-1 Robinson 30
10. 7-2 Nashville 29

Others receiving votes: Auburn 22, Decatur St. Teresa 21, Sullivan/Okaw Valley 17, Monticello 15, St. Bede 13, Erie-Prophetstown 7, New Berlin 5, Chicago Bowen 5, and Elmwood-Brimfield 2.