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-) Parle Six The Carlisle Citizen Thursday, October 7, 2010 PLAYERS OF THE GAME .... Knoxville September 24, 2010 Bowling Pin Award Offensive MVP Work Team MVP Special player with the most knockdowns Teams MVP Brady Roland Austin Postier Ryan Onstot Brady had 5 catches for 139 Austin gave us great effort For the second week in a yards and 1 touchdown in practice this week row Ryan led the team with 8 knockdowns Defensive MVP Exterminator Award leading special teams tackler Big Hit j: ~ Carter Stephens Carter had 5 tackles, a Kyle Joiner fumble recovery and a Kyle had a big hit on thetackle for a loss against kick off coverage team Knoxville. Brady Roland Brady led the team cial teams tackles. in spe- Anthony Baker Anthony had perfect long snaps and did a great job covering kicks this week. Extra copies of THE CARLISLE CITIZEN can be picked up at Carlisle Foods, Caseys East, Caseys West, Hunts BP, Medicap, Git-n-Go and the Carlisle Citizen office, m I I m m I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Illllllllllllll I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I School Numbers Carlisle Administration Office 430 School Street Office Hours 8am to 4:30pro Monday - Thursday 8am to 4:00pro Friday 989-3589 Carlisle High School 430 School Street Office Hours 7:30am to 4:00pro Monday-Friday 989-0831 Grades 9 - 12 Carlisle Middle School 325 Scotch Ridge Road Office Hours 7:45am to 3:45pm Monday - Friday 989-0833 Grades 6 - 8 Hartford Upper Elementary 500 North Vine Stret, Hartford Office Hours 7:45am to 3:45pm Monday - Friday 989-0316 Grades 4 - 5 Carlisle Elementary 430 School Street Office Hours 7:45am to 3:45pm Monday - 989-0339 Grades Pre-K- 3 Friday Illl llI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I mmmmlmmmmnllmm| Carlisle vsi Knoxville September 24, 2010 Wildcats Knoxville 35 7 GAME LEADERS RUSHING Nate Wilmes - 17/106 yards Carter Stephens - 5/28 yards Conner Uhlman - 5/18 yards PASSING Jeremy Flaws - 14/9/200 yards RECEIVING Brady Roland - 5/139 yards EXTRA POINTS Justin Hagedorn - 5/5 TACKLES (assisted and unassisted) Daniel Hintz - 9 Matt Wilkson - 7 Kyle Joiner - 7 FUMBLE RECOVERY Carter Stephens - 1 Nate Wilmes - 1 INTERCEPTIONS Brady Roland - 1 TOTAL YARDS Carlisle - 361 Knoxville - 228 Carlisle Veterinary Clinic 550 S. 2nd St - Carlisle Peggy Baber. D. V.M. "Compassionate Care at Reasonable Prices" Internal & Preventative Medicine, Surgery, Dentistry, Microchipping, Acupuncture. Emergencies & TLC 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Monday thru Friday 8 to 12 noon Saturday CLOSED Wednesday Drop Offs Welcome 989-4075 JV Football Carlisle 10 Knoxville 20 The JV football team traveled to Knoxville and came away defeated 20-10. The team could not overcome nu- merous turnovers as Knoxville used big plays to secure the victory. The first quarter ended with Carlisle ahead 8- 6. Late in the second quarter the Wildcats put together another good drive to take the ball to the 8 yard line with 11 seconds to go in the half, but Knoxville was able to intercept the ball and return it for a score, putting them up 12-8 at half. Knoxville was able to score again in the 3ra quarter on a reverse pass to make the score 20-8. The de- fense was able to get a safety in the 4th to make the final score. The offense did a nice job of moving the ball into the red zone all night only to have costly turnovers. The of- fense was led by Joey Ermler with 50 yards rushing and 128 yards passing. Coby Mooers helped with 29 yards, Dal- las Loney with 18 yards, and Daniel Hupke with 11 yards and a touchdown. The defense was led by Coby Mooers with 16 tackles including the safety, Nate Stickley had 15 tackles, Justin Dillon with 9, Dallas Loney with 7, Jerry Bolton with 4, Austin Keeney had an interception, Chris Casey had a fumble recovery. These players had three or less tackles for the night: Daniel Gramowski, Austin Ruppert, Devin Hopkins, Daniel Hupke, Grant Davis, Anthony Kerker, Dan Johnson, Austin Postier, Logan Brunson, Ben Burnett, Chris Casey, Ben Salmon. The JV Wildcats are at home Monday October 4th against ADM. 8th Grade Football Opens Season With 40-14 Victory The 8th grade football team opened the 2010 season with a convincing 40-14 victory over the Saydel Eagles. Coach McAnelly and the offense scored at will while Coach Dirkx and the first team defense shut down Saydel before liberal substitutions allowed two late Saydel scores. The offense was successful through the air and also rushing. KC McMullen burst through the holes that his line opened up for 119 yards on only 7 carries with three touchdowns and two conversions. He also scored a fourth touchdown on a 65 yard kickoff return. Other players contributing rushing yards were Ty Erb, Brayden Burk, and Sam Stickley. Quarterback Josh Hagedorn completed six of eight passes for 78 yards, one touchdown, and two conversions. Catching passes were KC McMullen, Ty Erb (touchdown), Dusty Smith, and Noah Smith (2 Two point conversions). The defense had several players recording multiple tackles led by Ty Erb (6), Josh Hagedorn (5), KC McMullen (4), Sam Stickley (3). Players with two tackles were Dusty Smith, Garret Onstot, Andrew Smith, Jared Reha, and Luke Oja. Oja also had the games only sack. Other play- ers recording a tackle were Max Becker, Damion Platt, Noah Smith, Alex Sorenson, Nolan Vollstedt, and Mason Mumm. Trevor Cara and Austin Burger recovered fumbles. Congratulations Wildcats! it 1 t Carlisle 8th Grade Football Defeats Ballard in Battle of Unbeaten Carlisle traveled to Huxley to play Ballard in a game that featured two undefeated teams. The Wildcats handed the Bombers their first defeat by winning a hard fought 14-0 victory. Coach McAnelly led an offense that featured big plays at the right time, and Coach Dirkx led a "Bend but don't Break" defense that registered an impressive shutout. Carlisle struck first on a 55 yard touchdown run by Ty Erb, the conversion was no good, and the Wildcats went in at half with a 6-0 lead. The Wildcats tacked on a second half score on a 8 yard touchdown run by KC McMullen. McMullen then ran in the conversion to put Carlisle ahead for good, 14-0. The Wildcat rushing attack was led by KC McMullen (12 carries, 87 yards), Ty Erb (4 carries, 76 yards) and Josh Hagedorn (1 carry, 21 yards). Hagedorn also com- pleted three of seven passes for 36 yards. Receptions were made by Dusty Smith, Noah Smith, and KC McMullen. The defense kept Ballard scoreless with a true team effort that featured a swarming group of defenders. Dusty Smith had a key pass interception and Mason Mumm had a fumble recovery. Registering tackles were Luke Oja (6), Sam Stickley (4), Ty Erb (4), Wyatt Essick (6), KC McMullen (6), Josh Hagedorn (6), Tyler Danitz (4), Mason Mumm (3), Noah Smith (3) and Nolan Vollstedt (1). Sacks were recorded by Noah Smith and Wyatt Essick. Congratu- [: lations Wildcats!! 2740 Free Estimates Licensed Troy Ohnemus Insured 202-1805 183rd Avenue Carlisle t