The 2019 West Carroll High School Basketball Homecoming Court was presented Friday night during pregame ceremonies in the school gymnasium. Senior Hayley Brooks, daughter of John and Jennifer McBride, was crowned as homecoming queen.
War Eagles spotlighted, season reviewed
Players, managers, cheerleaders, coaches, parents, and other supporters of West Carroll Junior High’s football program gathered January 10 in the school cafeteria to spotlight this year’s War Eagles and commemorate the 2018 football season.
The West Carroll High School War Eagles and Lady War Eagles each earned homecoming wins Friday night over the visiting Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Tigers and Lady Tigers.
What was a historic five-game winning streak for West Carroll came to an end Friday night as the War Eagles suffered their first loss of the season 24-0 to the visiting Gibson County Pioneers.
Members of this year’s West Carroll Junior High Football Homecoming Court were recognized during pregame ceremonies Thursday night in Atwood. Eighth grader Summer Wren received the crown as homecoming queen.
In their most decisive victory of the season so far, the West Carroll High School War Eagles upped their record to 3-0 with a 35-14 win over the Humboldt Vikings Friday night in Humboldt.
The West Carroll High School War Eagles held their own Friday night against a tough Murray, Kentucky team, but when the final buzzer sounded, they were one point short (13-12) against the Tigers during the opening round of the McDonald’s Football Challenge Friday night at Henry County High School.
Being careful to take frequent water breaks, the West Carroll High School War Eagles were out in the blistering heat last week practicing in jerseys, helmets, and shoulder pads in preparation for the upcoming football season.
West Carroll High School’s War Eagles kicked off the spring football training season on Wednesday, April 11 with the third annual War Eagle Lift-A-Thon.
The Huntingdon Mustangs and West Carroll War Eagles met at Huntingdon last week in the only game the Mustangs played due the weather and first place was on the line as the Mustangs entered the game at 8-0 in the district and the War Eagles at 7-1 but the Mustangs staged a seventh inning rally to defeat the War Eagles 6-5 to clinch first place with one district game remaining.
After bowing 12-2 to Huntingdon last Tuesday, McKenzie's Lady Rebel softball team locked itself into an intense pitchers' duel with visiting West Carroll Thursday.
Some amazing ball handling and madcap antics kept students at West Carroll Elementary School wide-eyed and laughing as “the world’s greatest showman,” otherwise known as Captain “Magic” Valentino Willis with the Harlem Comedy Basketball Team, came and did his thing Thursday morning in the school gymnasium.
It was do or die for eight competing teams Saturday at Bethel University during the opening elimination round of the District 11A High School Basketball Tournament.
Both the West Carroll High School War Eagles and Lady War Eagles claimed homecoming bragging rights Thursday night with wins over the Big Sandy Red Devils and Lady Red Devils.
The West Carroll High School War Eagles and Lady War Eagles kicked off the 2017 basketball season by hosting the Hall of Fame Play-Day invitational on Friday and Saturday.
The West Carroll War Eagles looked strong early on against the Lake County Falcons, but were unable to hold on to an early, two-touchdown lead, falling to the Falcons by a final tally of 34-14.
The West Carroll High School War Eagles delivered a dominating performance Friday night as they topped the Bulldogs from Fulton City, Kentucky 29-6 for their third win of the regular season.
Collecting their second win of the season and delivering perhaps their strongest team performance so far, the West Carroll High School War Eagles thoroughly dominated the Gleason Bulldogs 41-0 Friday night in Atwood.
While the 41-6 final score seems to indicate a complete thrashing, the West Carroll High School War Eagles actually put up a descent fight, all things considered, against last year’s Class A state champion Dresden Lions.
McKenzie High School sophomore Joseph Miller had a breakout night, carrying 21 times for 252 yards Friday as the visiting Rebels shut down the West Carroll War Eagles 28-0.