In one collegiate start, Carthage freshman quarterback Bryce Lowe has already earned some hardware.
In his first collegiate start, freshman quarterback Bryce Lowe lit up Illinois Wesleyan for 301 yards passing and four touchdowns in three quarters, freshman Sylvere Campbell racked up nearly 150 receiving yards and the Firebirds scored on offense, defense and special teams in a dominant 62-…
Carthage head football coach Dustin Hass joked that someone told him after Saturday’s home opener that the reported attendance of 704 would’ve been higher had all the kids in the bounce house been counted.
For the first time since Nov. 16, 2019, the Carthage football team will play a fall home game.
The one word that kept coming up for Carthage head football coach Dustin Hass after the Firebirds’ College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin opener was resiliency.
With the exception of a couple games last spring, a large chunk of the Carthage football team had never seen the speed of an NCAA Division III game live before the Firebirds’ opener two weeks ago.
After being on the wrong side of a lopsided score in the season opener Saturday afternoon, Carthage head football coach Dustin Hass said the fact that his team lost by a wide margin won’t change the following:
It’s not a stretch to say fans of the Carthage football team might get confused when they look at the Firebirds’ 2021 schedule.
The fans who attend Carthage football games, either at Art Keller Field or on the road, really just see the finished product every Saturday.
When asked to describe his team at the end of his second year at the helm, Carthage football coach Dustin Hass didn’t hesitate Monday.
For a brief moment Saturday afternoon, it looked like the worst-case scenario for the Carthage football team would be a one-point deficit early in the fourth quarter.
There isn’t a playoff berth or a College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin title at stake today when the Carthage football team hosts Augustana.
For one half Saturday afternoon, the Carthage football team at least maintained contact with powerful Wheaton.
There is no doubt the Carthage football team faces a stiff College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin road challenge today.
The Carthage men’s basketball team was picked to finish fourth in the nine-team College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin preseason coaches poll, which was released last week.
Almost from the beginning Saturday afternoon, it felt like the Carthage football team could virtually do anything it wanted in its College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin matchup with winless North Park.
The theme to his team by Carthage football coach Dustin Hass from Day 1 has been to trust the process.
Everything about this week has been outside of the norm for the Carthage football team.
For Carthage football coach Dustin Hass, his team’s College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin contest against visiting Illinois Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon came down to one glaring statistic.
The Carthage football team’s recent history with Illinois Wesleyan has not been kind.
Just four minutes into Saturday’s College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin matchup, it looked like the Carthage and Elmhurst football teams may engage in an old-fashioned shootout.
Going into the season, Carthage football coach Dustin Hass knew he piloted a talented team that was short on experience.
The difference between the Carthage football team’s first two games is quite telling.
The Carthage and Carroll football teams were locked in a tight affair through the first quarter Saturday afternoon at Art Keller Field.
An early bye week gave Carthage football coach Dustin Hass and his staff a little more time to digest a one-point loss to UW-Oshkosh in the season opener.