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Jillian Schlieper, women's lacrosse player and senior, poses with the State trophy after the game last season. Schlieper said she was disappointed that the spring season was cut short since she was hoping to win three straight State titles in a row.

Jillian Schleiper, women’s lacrosse player and senior

Sarah Kim April 15, 2020

How long have you been playing your sport? I’ve been playing lacrosse since eighth grade.  What do you enjoy most about your sport?  I enjoy the game, getting into the moment when nothing...

Faith Austin, varsity women's lacrosse player and sophomore, poses for a photo. Austin said women's lacrosse is less aggressive compared to men's lacrosse.

Faith Austin, varsity women’s lacrosse player and sophomore

Daniel Kim and Andrew Caito April 2, 2020

What are the main differences between men's and women's lacrosse?  Women's lacrosse is much more less physical, meaning fouls are called more frequently and players can’t be as aggressive. Girls...

Brannick Arbuckle, varsity men's lacrosse player and sophomore

Brannick Arbuckle, varsity men’s lacrosse player and sophomore

Daniel Kim and Andrew Caito April 2, 2020

What are some major differences between men's and women's lacrosse? Some major differences in men's and women's lacrosse is the gear you need to play with, another difference is the beginning of the...

Franklin Hankins, Ultimate Frisbee club sponsor and science teacher, plays ultimate frisbee. Hankins said ultimate frisbee required athleticism.

Q & A with Franklin Hankins, sponsor of Ultimate Frisbee Club, science teacher

Alivia Romaniuk April 1, 2020

How long has the club been going on? The club has been around as long as I have been teaching at CHS, seven years. How many members are there? This year's attendance has been way down because...

Bruce Wolf, Champions Together co-sponsor and assistant athletic director, counts the money the club raised at their annual Mr. Carmel event in 2019. Wolf said starting Champions Together with Joe Stuelpe was one of his proudest moments across his 40 year CHS career.

Greyhound for Life: Read a Q&A with Retiring Assistant Athletic Director Bruce Wolf

Ashwin Prasad March 30, 2020

What motivated you to join the CHS staff in the first place? Coming out of Purdue University in the spring of 1980, I was hoping to start a career teaching science and coaching baseball and/or football....

Avery Jarosinski (right), lacrosse player and junior, poses for a picture with her teammates junior Anna Moore (left) and junior Ally Bailey (middle). Jarosinski said although the team is doing at- home workouts, they were not the same as normal practices afterschool before the COVID-19 break.

Athletes, athletic director reflect on overarching effect of coronavirus on sports

Aniket Biswal March 28, 2020

Ever since March 13, COVID-19 has affected every aspect of life at CHS, including athletics. According to Athletics Director Jim Inskeep, athletes won’t have any events, practice on school grounds or...

Sean Grove, men's golfer and sophomore, poses for a photo. Grove said the coronavirus will not have a great impact on golfers since golf is mostly an individual sport.

Sean Grove, men’s golfer and sophomore

Olivia McKee March 25, 2020

How has the coronavirus affected training for your sport? We can't train as a team which isn't a huge deal for golf, but we like to be together and build team chemistry. Are you having organized...

Jennifer Karakash, women's tennis player and sophomore, practices at a club court. Karakash said it was hard to find someplace to practice with school practices postponed and clubs closing due to the coronavirus.

Jennifer Karakash, women’s tennis player and sophomore

Olivia McKee March 25, 2020

How has the coronavirus affected training for your sport? The coronavirus has affected the tennis team because we can’t practice as a team anymore and many clubs are closing as well, so it’s challenging...

Ella Ohrvall, softball player and sophomore, catches balls during practice. Ohrvall said it would be harder for the softball team to work as one unit after training alone during the COVID-19 break.

Ella Ohrvall, softball player and sophomore

Olivia McKee March 25, 2020

How has the coronavirus affected training for your sport? Coronavirus has affected my training because I now have to work on my own and not with the whole team. Are you having organized practices...

Savannah Hill, track runner and junior, stretches before a run over break. Hill said she would continue to train over the extended school closures although she does not expect the track season to continue this year.

Track runners, coach plan to stay in shape over COVID-19 extended school closures

Sarah Kim March 23, 2020

Both the men’s and women’s track teams have been training for the official track season since early January. However, the outbreak of COVID-19 led all Carmel Clay Schools to close until May 1 at the...

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