Staff member Carla Baker poses with her Canadian National Women’s World Cup team plaque, jersey, and Canadian flag. She played in the 25th Anniversary Tournament against France, Italy, and the US.

Q&A with staff member Carla Baker on soccer career with Canadian national team

Jasmine Zhang January 16, 2021

What prompted you to start playing soccer? I started at the age of 12 and just played in the community. I just had some friends who liked the sport in the community, and I was always out and active,...

Charisma performs at men and girls soccer games. They performed at the “Make Good Decisions” soccer game on Sept. 13.  “I am so excited for all of our performances this season,” said Charisma dancer and senior Avery Iverson.

Charisma dance team continues to perform choreographed dances

Hannah Gretz September 25, 2019

On Friday, the charisma dance team will perform for the first time this year for the whole student body.  “We are performing at the pep rally on Friday for homecoming,” said second-year veteran member...

Sports Briefs

October 25, 2018

The World Cup

The World Cup

Hari Patel May 18, 2018

 Jack Mueller, captain of the mens soccer team and senior, prepares to give a speech on Make Good Decisions Night. The tshirts helped raise money for charity.

Charitable Scores: Athletes discuss efforts to give back using sports

Caleb Shaffer October 26, 2017

Texans player J. J. Watt recently grabbed the nation’s attention when he raised over $37 million for the victims of Hurricane Harvey by collecting donations from over 200,000 people. This money has gone...

Sophomore Connor Inskeep washes the car of Jim Inskeep, Connor’s father and athletics director, at the annual FTK car wash.  Mr. Inskeep said Connor is still building his own legacy just like other students in the building.

Relative Advantage: Students with parents who work at CHS evaluate the merits, demerits of their situation

Marissa Ryan, Feature Reporter September 21, 2017

Most students say goodbye to their parents every morning and don’t see them again until the evening. But, for students like sophomore Connor Inskeep, they arrive at the same school as their parents....

Coed Sports: Should They Exist?

Coed Sports: Should They Exist?

blogs May 20, 2016

Alright, for my final blog post, I have decided to delve into Title IX and ask a tough question: Should there be coed sports, and if so, what sports should be coed?   For this topic, I have...

Fall Sports Wrap-Up

Fall Sports Wrap-Up

blogs November 20, 2015

In this post, I’m going to analyze each fall sports team’s honors as we transition into winter sports.   Cross-Country This year marked the first year Carmel took the individual championship...

Sports Briefs

Sports Briefs

sports October 9, 2015

Boys Soccer Prepares for Sectionals Oct. 7

Boys Soccer Prepares for Sectionals Oct. 7

Beats October 6, 2015

The men’s soccer team prepares to compete in the first round of the Sectional tournament on Oct. 7 against Guerin at Guerin Catholic. Charles Price, team member and senior, said the team is well prepared...

The Wilder, The Better

The Wilder, The Better

studentsection September 16, 2015

For the first time in CHS history, Wild Bunch and Big Game Club are accepting students from all grade levels. Since they were previously only accepting senior, this is a change that affects all grades....

Junior Stasia Mallin practices her skills for her club team. Mallin said the benefits of playing for a club team outweigh those of a school team.

Welcome to the Club: Rise in club teams leads to student athletes opting out of school athletics

Author Archives November 14, 2014

Last year junior Stasia Mallin made the decision to give up school soccer to strictly play club ball. According to Athletic Business, a magazine geared toward the sports industry, a growing number of athletes...

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