On a cold, rainy, damp evening in Eldorado, the Bulldogs squared off with the Eagles on a
slick and muddy field and the outcome was quickly determined. With a continuous clock
operating the second half, Carmi White County finished the regular season undefeated (9-0)
with a 62-14 victory over the mismatched Eagles. In a rivalry that dates back to 1911, the
Bulldogs hold the edge with 38 wins, 31 losses and three ties.
Since entering the Black Diamond Conference in 2003, CWC has won two Conference
Titles, registered undefeated seasons in 2003 and 2005 and met defeat only once in 2004.
The Bulldogs struck for four first quarter touchdowns and scored on their first seven
possessions. Quarterback, Chase Kittinger tossed a 28 yard TD to Lincoln Talley and
followed with a 48 yard aerial to Keegan Dennis. Justin Kosikowski ran for a 23 yard TD
and Eli Earl finished the first quarter scoring with a 10 yard fumble return. Brad Sneed
snared a 27 yard TD pass from Kittinger to open the third quarter and Levi Sisco followed
with a 13 yard dash to the end zone. Kosikowski scored on runs of 1 and 3 yards and
Clay Kittinger (Chase's brother) completed the Bulldog scoring with an 8 yard run.
"Koz" set school records for most rushing TDs in a career and most points scored in one
season and tied the record for most points in a career and most TDs in one season. He is
only two short of tying the record for most career TDs.
For Eldorado, Nick Keltner scored on a 66 yard dash in the first quarter and Philip Karns
scored on a seven yard run in the fourth quarter. The Eagles were only able to register
six first downs, 68 yards rushing, 35 passing yards and 103 yards of total offense. CWC
produced 232 rushing yards, 160 passing yards and 392 total yards. Playing only two
quarters, Kittinger completed nine of 17 passing attempts for 160 yards and three TDs.
He connected on his 46th TD pass in two seasons and his 48th in his career while
completing TD passes in 17 consecutive games.