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For thirteen years, lovable, adoptable puppies have competed to be the Puppy Bowl Champions. This year, stakes were higher than ever before for Team Rough and Team Fluff, who for the first time, were competing for the Lombarki Trophy. For those that missed the record-breaking Puppy Bowl XIII, here are …

Carthage College men’s soccer (18-3, 8-0 College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin) made history before the start of the CCIW Tournament, earning the season title for the first time since 2011. However, in order to qualify for the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III Men’s Soccer Tournament, the Red Men …

Senior night came and went in an unfortunately disappointing way for the Lady Reds, but despite the loss, the team finished a solid 18-13 this season. To top it off, the team earned 4th seed in the upcoming College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) Women’s Volleyball Tournament, going 5-3 …

In the last weekend of October, Carthage College men’s cross country team went out with confidence in their stride at the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin championship. The team ran their way to place third of 9 overall, finishing better than they had in nearly four decades. Despite the …

On a cool Friday, October evening, the Carthage College women’s cross country team lined the walls and sat on the floor of a Holiday Inn hotel room. Cramped together, the team was assembled for one last time to build one another up for the races that lay ahead for the …

“Sure as God made green apples, someday the Chicago Cubs are going to be in the World Series,” said legendary Cubs broadcaster Harry Caray on the final day of the 1991 Cubs season, a season which the Cubs fell below .500 and out of the pennant race. It was a …

Marco Benitto did not come to Carthage College to start a club. However, after attending the fall Organization Fair, he was disappointed to see an absence of a snowboard and ski club. “I figured I’d give it a shot,” Benitto said when asked why he chose to petition to start …

Following her transfer from Christian Brothers University to Carthage, Stephanie Korbakes, ’17, found settling into the Lady Red’s volleyball team’s dynamic less stressful because of her decision to transfer after the season concluded, rather than at the start of the season. Korbakes transferred to Carthage College in spring 2015 to …

The Cleveland Indians took fans by surprise this postseason as they swept the favored Boston Red Sox and made easy work of the equally strong Toronto Blue Jays. Young star Francisco Lindor led the charge with an impressive post- season (batting .323 with 2 homeruns and 4 RBIs). More than …

The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin 2016 1-Meter diving champion Aaron San Juan, ’19, is confident in his team’s ability to accomplish harder dives and motivate each other to succeed. “The starting point this season is further along than it was last season. This year we have an iron-sharpening-iron …