Carlinville High School Football: Welcome

Upcoming Games
Date Event Time Location
Fri 10/3 Carlinville.png Carlinville Cavaliers vs. Gillespie Miners 7:00 PM Carlinville High School
Mon 10/6 Football Gillespie Miners vs. Carlinville Cavaliers 6:00 PM Gillespie High School
Recent Games
Date Event Time Location
Fri 9/26 Carlinville.png Staunton Bulldogs: 19 - Carlinville Cavaliers: 55 7:00 PM Staunton High School
Mon 9/29 Football Carlinville Cavaliers vs. Staunton Bulldogs 6:00 PM Carlinville High School
Upcoming Events
Date Event Time Location
Sat 10/25 star Football Playoff Pairings Announced 7:00 PM IHSA Website

Welcome to the online home of Carlinville High School football. This website is intended to help promote CHS football and its rich tradition on the gridiron. If you have suggestions for the website, please drop me an e-mail at

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Special Thanks to Sara Way and Timeless Moments Photography
for providing individual and team photos for the website!!!


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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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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 at Staunton

Country Financial/Gary Edwards
  Offensive Player of the Game

Kinney Myles

  The Cubby Hole
Defensive Player of the Game

Dylan Chism

Carlinville Football Club
Game Changer Award

Jessy Robinson

Saturday, September 27
Cavaliers bury Dogs



At Staunton, the Cavaliers scored touchdowns on their first eight possessions to crush the Bulldogs. Carlinville’s Kinney Myles led the offense with 17 carries for 141 yards and five touchdowns

Although the Bulldogs scored first on a Trystan Skorzewski pass reception, four of Staunton’s first-half drives ended in turnovers. Carlinville’s Jacob Dixon made two interceptions, while Dylan Chism had an interception and a fumble recovery.

After Skorzewski’s first-quarter touchdown, the Cavaliers (4-1) kept the Bulldogs (1-4) out of the end zone until the fourth quarter.

Carlinville quarterback Joeb Easterday completed 14 of 17 passes for 222 yards and one pass TD; he also rushed for a touchdown for the Cavaliers’ only second-half score. 

Wednesday, September 24
Associated Press Class 3A State Rankings

Class 3A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. St. Joseph-Ogden (16) (4-0) 160 1

2. Williamsville (4-0) 137 3

3. Wilmington (4-0) 130 4

4. Aurora Christian (4-0) 112 5

5. Tolono Unity (3-1) 73 2

6. Monticello (3-1) 55 NR

7. Leo (3-1) 43

(tie) Elmwood-Brimfield (3-1) 43 7

9. Nashville (4-0) 42 9

10. Erie-Prophetstown (3-1) 29 10

Others receiving votes:  Mt. Carmel 21, New Berlin-Franklin 15, Carlinville 10, Fairfield 5, Decatur St. Teresa 4, Sullivan Okaw Valley 1.