Boost From Boosters
The Carthage All-Sports Booster Club loves to give back. Each of our varsity teams have been offered a chance to hold a charity night. All ticket sales and concession stand profits from that night will be donated to the charity, person or cause of their choice.

Upcoming Boost From Boosters Nights

Girls Basketball: Carthage Crusher's Relay For Life Team
Date: Thursday, January 31, 2019

Volleyball: Honor of Coach Robbins: Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Vs: South Jefferson

In honor of their coach, the Varsity Volleyball team would like to have the funds go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The website is:

Boys Basketball: Honor of Jeff Armstrong (8th grade basketball dad)

Date: Friday, February 1, 2019

Vs: Rome Free Academy


Jeff Armstrong has Ewing sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. He has a son that will play 8th grade basketball. 


Wrestling: Honor of Charlie Jane Peters (3 yrs old with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia)

Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Vs: Beaver River


The wrestling team has decided on their charity. A former Mexico wrestler’s daughter has cancer.

This is a message from Charlie’s dad to Coach Dolson.

“That would be such an honor to take part in your event in Honor our Charlie! That’s a good group of men you’re all leading to help organize and orchestrate such an event. I can’t tell you how much we appreciate you considering Charlie. I’ll give you some small details about Charlie her whole name is Charlie Jane Peter she will be 3 years old January 15th. When she was 18 months old she was diagnosed with ALL Leukemia (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia) and underwent treatment right away following diagnosis as well as various procedures for testing and placing her port for her treatments at Golisano children’s hospital in Syracuse. She has completed her extensive treatment regimen, which was most of her first year (treatment for this type of cancer is 2.5-3 years). This included week long stays in the hospital four times over the course two months to receive high dose chemotherapy and weekly treatments at the children’s cancer clinic at Upstate hospital which would complete her high dose chemo and begin her maintenance dose chemo regimen. She gets oral treatments of chemo every night since she has been diagnosed as well as some other medications on weekends she will continue to go in for a treatment and procedure to check her counts and spinal fluid for cells once a month until her end of treatment date. She is a ball of energy and and has her good days and rarely bad days. She has taught us so much about what is important in life and to appreciate all the small things. She won’t let you have a bad day and even if you think you do she always manages to put a smile on your face. We are very fortunate to have her as our daughter and to have her happiness and loving and caring attitude inspire us each and every day and she has been such a trooper through this whole process. I will call you tomorrow evening if you want to ask some specific questions I would be glad to answer them for you if you would like.”