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Upcoming Games
Date Event Time Location
Fri 10/2 Football Gillespie Miners vs. Carlinville Cavaliers 7:00 PM Gillespie High School
Recent Games
Date Event Time Location
Fri 9/25 Football Carlinville Cavaliers: 59 - Staunton Bulldogs: 12 7:00 PM Carlinville High School

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2015 Varsity
The 2015 Carlinville High School varsity football team includes, front row, from left, Dyllan Shaw, Daniel Card, Laschon Miller, Blake Richardson, Tyler Hughes, Bryan Golbricht and Holden Jackson; middle row,  Nick Tilley, Jake Hannig, Charlie Seals, Jordan Behl, Jack Reiher, Alex Morton, Nate Thompson, assistant coach Alan Cooper, assistant coach Quinn Steiner, head coach Chad Easterday, assistant coach John Reels, assistant coach Michael Morrison, assistant coach Don Borgini, Gabe Long, Ryan Bowman, Joe Fraser, Cameron Rainey, Donovan King, Zach Simons, A.J. Champman and Damon Lee; back row, Ezekiel Gray, Dryce Cunningham, Ethan Suttles, Michael Bolomey, Jordan Chism, Brady Jamieson, Dylan Rosentreter, Brady Egelhoff, Seth Egelhoff, Jacob Dixon, Mitchell Bolomey, Chandler Seago, Joe Bates, Broedy Long, Matt Bolomey, Adam Walton, Killian Mitchell, Konnor Emmons, Josh Hinzman, Max Rogers, Garrett Campbell, Jarret Easterday, Jared Gansz, Hayden Thompson and Dylan Chism. Not pictured is assistant coach Ken Garrison.  Photo by Eric Becker of the Enquirer~Democrat.

2015 Coaching Staff
The Cavalier Coaches

The Carlinville High School football coaching staff includes, from left, assistant coach Don Borgini, assistant coach Michael Morrison, assistant coach John Reels, head coach Chad Easterday, assistant coach Quinn Steiner and assistant coach Alan Cooper.  Not pictured is assistant coach Ken Garrison.  Photo by Eric Becker of the Enquirer~Democrat.

2015 Captains

The 2015 Carlinville High School football captains are, front row, from left, Mitchell Bolomey and Matt Bolomey; back row, Chandler Seago, Joe Bates and Broedy Long.  Photo by Eric Becker of the Enquirer~Democrat.

Weekly Football Awards
  Carlinville vs. Pana

Country Financial/Gary Edwards
  Offensive Player of the Game

Dylan Chism

  The Cubby Hole
Defensive Player of the Game

Hayden Thompson

Carlinville Football Club
Game Changer Award

Daniel Card

Friday, September 25

Staunton (0-4) at Carlinville (2-2)

Staunton is the lone winless team left in the South Central Conference, while Carlinville is stinging from a 35-0 loss to Pana that was the Cavaliers’ first regular-season shutout loss since falling to Southwestern 21-0 in Week 4 of 2006. Carlinville was shut out 41-0 by Maroa-Forsyth in a 2011 playoff game. Staunton, which lost to Litchfield 40-0 last week, is 0-4 for the first time since a 0-8 start in 2004. Carlinville defeated the Bulldogs 55-19 last season and has won 10 of the last 12 games vs. Staunton. The teams did not play from 2009-11 when Staunton left the SCC for three seasons in the Prairie State.

Gillespie (2-2) at Hillsboro (3-1)

The Miners are looking to halt a two-game losing streak after opening 2-0. Southwestern beat Gillespie 40-13 last week, while Hillsboro beat Greenville 48-28. The Hiltoppers defeated the Miners 49-30 last season, with Gillespie winning 36-21 when it last visited Hillsboro in 2013. Hillsboro has won 12 of 14 games in the series since a Miners win in 1997.

Greenville (1-3) at Roxana (2-2)

It appears Greenville’s eight-year reign as SCC champion will end in 2015 with the Comets off to their worst start since 2001. Roxana is back on course after a 0-2 start with back-to-back victories over Hillsboro (34-7) and Vandalia (36-14). Greenville beat Roxana 42-34 last season and has defeated the Shells eight consecutive times in the series since Roxana wins in 2001-02. The Comets’ three-game losing streak comes after a stretch of 73 wins in their last 75 regular-season games.

Pana (4-0) at Southwestern (2-2)

Pana has established itself as the team to beat in the SCC following last week’s 35-0 victory over Carlinville. The Panthers have allowed just 18 points in four games. No other team in the SCC is allowing less than 20 points a game. The Piasa Birds are one of six teams in the SCC with playoff hopes at 2-2. Southwestern beat Gillespie 40-13 last week. Pana has won its last two dates with the Birds, including a 35-27 victory last season in Pana.