Beware Bloomington, Illinois…the Bulldogs are coming in search of a state championship.
The Carmi-White County volleyball team went 1-1 over the past week in Black Diamond Conference East action. As a result, the Lady Bulldogs earned the fourth seed overall in the Salem sub sectional, sending the maroon and white to the Johnston City regional when the post-season begins at the …
The magic carpet ride that was the Carmi-White County Lady Bullpup softball season finally came to an end on Thursday, October 10, with a fourth-place finish at the State finals in Centralia when CWC fell to Johnston City 7-6 in eight innings.
Trey Mason’s Bulldog golf squads started their post-season runs this past week. While the boys finished in the top three as a team that allowed the Bulldogs to continue the sectional round, Allie Gee was the only Lady Bulldog to advance out of the regional.
For the first 40 minutes of the football game between Johnston City and Carmi-White County on Friday, October 11, everyone was waiting for the play that would turn the tide in favor of their team.
The Carmi-White County volleyball team took home third place at the Marion tournament on Saturday, October 5. The Lady Bulldogs went 4-1 in the ten-team event, defeating Carterville, Johnston City, Cobden, and Marion with their only loss of the day coming to tournament champion Norris City-O…
A 20-point outburst in the third quarter by Eldorado was too much for the Bulldogs to overcome as CWC fell to the Eagles 28-20 in a hard-fought battle on Friday, October 4, at Boz Adams Field.
The Carmi-White County Lady Bullpup softball team overcame an early deficit and outlasted Triad 3-1 on Saturday, October 5, in the opening round of the State tournament at Centralia in a classic pitching duel.
The Carmi-White County Lady Bulldog tennis team won the Fairfield Invitational on Saturday, September 28. From left to right, head coach Chris Courty, Kaeli Burchfield, Meagan Healy, Liberty Smith, Marie Blankenberger, Jasmine Smith, Hannah Lueke, Kendall Rooney, and Kadee Milligan.
The Fairfield Mules rushed for over 380 yards on their way to a 40-8 victory over Carmi-White County at the Trainyard on Friday, September 27. The win made the Mules playoff eligible at 5-0, while the Bulldogs fell to 3-2.
Penny Gunter’s Lady Bulldog volleyball team picked up a pair of road wins over the past week. CWC defeated Christopher 25-14, 25-13, and recorded a Black Diamond Conference East victory over Eldorado by the score of 25-19, 25-12.
When I can find the time, I enjoy playing golf. I will be the first to admit -- and I have plenty of peers in the community who can attest -- I will not have a green jacket hanging in my closet any time soon. However, the various challenges that make themselves present during every round ha…
The Carmi-White County High School golf program made a strong showing on Wednesday, September 25, when Trey Mason’s Bulldog golf teams competed at the Black Diamond Conference tournament that was held at the Franklin County Country Club course in West Frankfort. While the Bulldogs took home …
Students from Carmi Taekwondo Center gathered to compete against students from around the tri-state at the ATA Region 106 tournament held at North Jr. High School in Evansville, IN and hosted by Brice’s ATA Black Belt Academy on Saturday, September 21.
Judges included 1st Degree Black Belt Becky Brooks, 2nd Degree Black Belt Jerry Richards, 4th Degree Black Belt/Certified Instructor Patty Mills, Master Ryan Marx, 6th Degree Black Belt, Owner/Chief Instructor of Carmi Taekwondo Center.
Lucas Lueke has been busy pedaling his way on the bicycle motocross (BMX) circuit over in Evansville, IN, at Burdette Park on Friday nights. The grind of packing equipment, traveling, and suiting up for 2-3 hours of competition can seem monotonous. But for the sixth-grade Bullpup, Lueke is r…
Edwards County mounted a comeback late in the fourth quarter, but the Bulldog defense did not fold as CWC defeated the Lions 16-14 on Friday, September 20, for a Homecoming victory.
The Carmi-White County Bullpups completed their regular season last week as they prepare to host their own regional this week with Flora, Mt. Vernon (IL), and Hamilton County competing in the four-team event.
HOMECOMING QUEEN. Olivia Gwaltney (right), escorted by senior Jeremiah Helton, was crowned the 2019 Homecoming Queen on Friday, September 20, during halftime of the CWC-Edwards County football game. Olivia is the daughter of Misty and Bucky Gwaltney.
Eric Dixon’s cross-country program ran at the Norris City-Omaha-Enfield meet on Thursday, September 19. The event allows for not only high school programs to run the course, but also has junior high school teams compete in their own division. Therefore, Dixon was able to have his future Bull…
Penny Gunter’s Lady Bulldog volleyball team had a busy week with three Black Diamond Conference East matches. Although CWC fell to Johnston City, they rebounded with victories over Edwards County and Hamilton County.
Penny Gunter’s Lady Bulldog volleyball team took third place at the Norris City-Omaha-Enfield five-team tournament on Thursday, September 12. CWC went 2-2 in the round-robin format, defeating Eldorado and Thompsonville while falling to Hamilton County and champion NCOE.
The Carmi-White County Lady Bullpup softball team not only picked up two victories over the past week, but they also did not allow a single hit in both contests against Albion and Benton.
Friday the 13th may have been this week, but on Friday, September 6, the Carmi-White County Bulldog football team gave the visiting Red Devils of Sesser-Valier a scare.
Coming off their first setback of the year, Trey Mason’s Bulldog golf team rebounded well by winning the Olney Invitational on Friday, September 6. CWC held off Sullivan by two strokes to win the 11-team event.
There were plenty of questions to be answered when the Carmi-White County Bulldog football team traveled to Vienna on Saturday, August 31, to open the season against the Eagles.
Trey Mason’s golf teams had two matches over the past week, hosting Harrisburg and Hamilton County at the Carmi Country Club. While the Lady Bulldogs dropped both matches, the Bulldogs kept their seasonal record perfect by sweeping both opponents.
The Carmi-White County volleyball team opened their 2019 campaign with two important wins over the past week, defeating Mt. Carmel at home and going on the road to beat Edwards County.
The Carmi-White County Bullpup baseball team scored a total of 29 runs over the week to win two games against Fairfield and Eldorado.
Cindy Colman’s Lady Bulldog softball team continues to play extremely well, especially in tournament formats, as CWC went 2-1 at the Johnston City tournament on Saturday, August 31.
At the beginning of the season, the Carmi-White County girls’ tennis team decided one of the team’s goals was to defend their doubles’ title at the Lady Wildcats Doubles Invitational at Marion.
The Bulldogs get one extra day to prepare to start their 2019 football campaign, as Carmi-White County will open on the road at Vienna on Saturday, August 31, for an afternoon matinee matchup.
After rallying to tie the score in their last at-bats in regulation, Cindy Colman’s Lady Bulldog softball team pushed across three tallies in the top of the 12th inning to secure a 9-6 victory on Thursday, August 22, at McLeansboro.
Cindy Colman’s Lady Bullpup softball team continued to play like a seasoned squad early in the season on Saturday, August 24, by winning their own tournament at Archie Brown Memorial Field.
The Carmi-White County boys’ golf team continued their run of titles this season on Monday, August 19, by winning the ten-team Robinson Invitational tournament. The Bulldogs shot 312 as team, three strokes better than their regional nemesis St. Anthony.
Head coach Kurt Simon (left) instructs his backfield during the first week of practice on Thursday, August 15. The Bulldogs will open the 2019 season on the road at Vienna on August 31.