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Congratulations To Carlis Falls-Wells on Home Team Friday MVP

Bosse’s Carlis Falls-Wells is the week #11 Home Team Friday MVP. The Bosse quarterback wins the award, after a spectacular night under the lights last Friday night in a sectional semi-final win over Owen Valley. Falls-Wells threw 4 touchdown passes. He also had 15 tackles on defense. Fall-Wells receives a plaque from TriState Trophies and

Vote for Carlis Falls-Wells as Home Team Friday MVP!!

Go to tristatehomepage.com/sports to vote for Carlis as the Home Team Friday MVP. Once you click on the link, there is a short video you can watch highlighting each nominee. Then click on the Home Team Friday MVP box to the right of the video to vote for Carlis!

Bulldogs Shutout Owen Valley in Sectional Semi-Final 26-0

Bosse shutout Owen Valley (26-0) at Enlow Field in the Sectional Semi-Final on Friday night. The bulldogs will now take on the Central Bears in the Sectional Championship. The game will be played at 7PM at Central stadium on Friday, November 3.

Carlis Falls-Wells voted Player of the Week!

Falls-Wells leads the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference with 130 tackles, according to MaxPreps. The next highest is Harrison’s Nick Bennett at 89. Bosse will remain at Enlow Field this Friday to play Owen Valley (4-6) and the winner will advance to the Sectional 24 championship game. According to the Sagarin rankings, Bosse is a four-point

Bosse Takes On Owen Valley in Sectional Round 2

The Bulldogs will take on the Owen Valley Patriots in Round Two of Sectional Play on Friday, October 27 at 7PM at Enlow Field. All tickets are $6.00 for Kindergarten – Adult. No passes are accepted during sectional play.

Bosse Defeats Boonville 20-14 in Sectional Opener

Published in the Evansville Courier and Press Oct 21, 2017 by Kyle Sokeland Eric Schnur probably felt like he was repeating himself. Back in Week 1, the Bosse Bulldogs knocked off Pike Central for their first victory since 2015. Afterward, Schnur met with the team at midfield and tried to get a point across: they