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Men’s cross-country places at Regionals, looks to win State

Head Coach Colin Altevogt prepares the Semistate roster. Altevogt said he expects the team to place at Semistate and advance to State.

Sarah Kim

October 25, 2019

The men’s cross-country placed second at Regionals, one point behind Brebeuf. Regionals was on Oct. 19 at Noblesville. Due to the team’s continuous successes, expectations for a podium finish at State remain high. Head Coach Colin Altevogt explained that he believes the team has a high chance of...

Men’s cross-country places at Flashrock, looks to win Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference

Daniel Musapatika, cross-country runner and junior, prepares for practice. Musaptika said that the team has continued to improve, and still has high expectations for State.

Sarah Kim

October 7, 2019

The men’s cross-country team placed third out of 17 teams at the Flashrock Invitational. Flashrock was the team’s only home meet, and was held at the Northview course. The team has continued to place well at the past few meets, and still has high expectations for winning State. Daniel Musapatika, ...

Step Up to Sexual Assault: Administration, students focus on importance of new sexual assault prevention presentation

The men’s tennis and football teams watch the “Step Up to Sexual Assault” presentation. The presentation was shown to the athletics and performing arts departments and student government this year.

Kassandra Darnell

September 20, 2019

Logan Sandlin, varsity track and junior varsity cross-country runner and senior, sits among his teammates in the auditorium before practice as he listens to the “Step Up to Stop Sexual Assault” presentation. The presentation is a new program being presented to the athletics and performing arts department...

Running Start: Cross country runners explain importance of pre season training and bonding done during weeklong summer team camp

Amit Manchella, cross-country runner and sophomore, and Daniel “Dan” Musapatika, cross-country runner and junior, run together at summer  practice. Manchella said summer helps prepare the team for the season when the school year starts.

sarah kim

August 13, 2019

On the last Monday of July, one hundred girls on the women’s cross country team pile into school buses with their duffel bags. They are headed towards Lincoln State Park for their annual summer team camp. Half an hour later, the men’s team load their buses headed towards Rose Hulman University. Acco...

Tournament team wins State Oct. 27

Senior Calvin Bates sprints to the finish line at State on Oct. 27. Bates placed 19thwith a time of 16:14.0.

Sarah Kim

October 29, 2018

The men’s cross- country team beat two other top contenders for the IHSAA state title. The final team scores were CHS, 136; Cathedral 146; and Fishers, 150. Head Coach Colin Altevogt spoke about the season leading up to State, “I think that we were patient throughout the tournament season. We...

Team Advances to Regional meet on Oct. 13

Senior Calvin Bates crosses the finish line at the Sectional meet on Oct. 6. He placed second and the team placed first overall.

Sarah Kim

October 8, 2018

The men’s cross-country team won the Sectional meet advancing to the Regional meet at the White River Elementary School course. These upcoming meets are only run by those on the tournament roster. Head Coach Colin Altevogt explained the system, “There are 12 names on the tournament roster and...

Men’s cross-country team prepares for Sectionals

Thomas Gastineau had earned a Top Dog position running in the Noblesville Sectionals when he was a freshman. He hopes the team wins State this year.

Sameen Siddiqui

October 6, 2017

The men’s cross-country team will be competing  at White River Elementary on Saturday for their Sectionals. According to head coach for the team, Colin Altevogt, although the team is in a competitive area in the state this year, it is not as competitive as it previously has been for the last two to th...

Men’s cross-country team prepares for MIC Championship

Sean Reimer is running in the Trinity Invitational with his fellow teammates. The Trinity Invitational was on September 16 and CHS won 1st place.

Sameen Siddiqui, Reporter

September 23, 2017

According to Head Coach Colin Altevogt of the men’s cross-country team, the team had a ten year winning streak up until last year for the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference (MIC) championship. The team will be competing on Saturday at Ben Davis. Thomas Gastineau, varsity runner and junior, said,...

Men’s cross-country team prepares for Trinity Invitational

The Carmel men's cross-country team participates in a meet.

Sameen Siddiqui, Reporter

September 20, 2017

According to Colin Altevogt, men's cross-country team's head coach, this year the team is looking forward to competing with Carroll High School and a high school from Louisville during the Trinity Invitational because they will be the top competitors there. “We’ve gotten to parts of our training that...

Student athletes come back better than ever after suffering from major medical problems

“I’m definitely mentally stronger, but I think everyone gets mentally stronger. I mean you have to be mentally strong when you go through chemotherapy, but also I look at life in a whole different perspective now, especially because I wasn’t given that great of a chance to live, and you just get a sense of what’s really important, like family and what’s maybe not that important.” - Matt Cooper

Alina Husain, Reporter

March 17, 2017

For most CHS students, Feb. 16, 2016 was just another normal day, but for Matt Cooper, student athlete and senior, it was a day that would change the rest of his life. On that day, Cooper was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. The diagnosis presented Cooper with a low chance of survival, and it...

Men’s cross country finishes second after a strong season

Senior Kenji Tomozawa trains with his teammates during practice. The team placed second at State on Oct. 27.

Jess Canaley, Sports Reporter

November 21, 2016

After a long and successful season for the men’s cross country team, it came to an end with a second place finish at the State meet. Head Coach Colin Altevogt and Tim Metken, JV runner and sophomore, both said they agree that second place is not what they were expecting, but they are still happy with t...

FAMILY MATTERS

FAMILY MATTERS

Ben Traylor and Jess Canaley

November 17, 2016

In most athletic situations at school, families can participate as spectators, watching their sibling or child compete from the sidelines. However, for a few at CHS, being involved in sports is their opportunity to compete and grow with their family members on the same court or field. For these fami...