Category Archives: Sports

New coach, new mentality to Carmel lacrosse in 2013

The CHS lacrosse team had its best year on record last year, beating Stevenson and winning the MTAL title for the first time in school history. After losing only a…

Sports concussions take toll on players

The clock was winding down in the Shoe Game. Sophomore quarterback Connor Marden spotted his receiver, junior Thomas Spanos. He let the ball fly and increased the  Padre score by…

Fellowship of Christian Athletes sets sights globally

It’s lunchtime on a Tuesday, and classroom 27 is filling up for another Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting.  Students exchange friendly greetings and helps themselves to complimentary cookies until senior…

Basketball dominant despite losing Pearson and Rudolph

Even with Devon Pearson and Hank Rudolph gone,Carmelboys’ basketball will have a strong, tall, senior-dominated team. Although height is helpful, the Padres have other factors which point to their future…

Grummon takes command of girls’ soccer

After scrambling to find a coach, the girls’ soccer team is ready to take the field under the control of newly hired coach and Whitney Grummon. While Grummon is known…

Boys’ soccer hopes for MTAL title

The boys’ soccer program is preparing for a rewarding season as the majority of the players have been playing together on a fall club team. After being defeated byNorthMontereyCountyin the…

Wrestlers return with enthusiasm

Although CCS champion Kodiak Sauer brought great individual success to the wrestling program last year, Carmel wrestling has yet to win an MTAL title in the school’s history. “Winning league…

College bound athletes

  Evan McLeod: He drives the ball with incredible power and pin-point accuracy. He controls the fairways and greens with his mighty clubs. He doesn’t just have an overpowering golf…

Girls’ basketball hopes to rebound

Carmelgirls’ basketball hopes to successfully clinch the Mission Trail Athletic League title this year after falling short toSanta Catalinalast season. Despite a commanding league record of 12-2,Carmelwas defeated byMenloSchoolin the…

History of the shoe

Concealed in a trophy case in the front office lies an old, bronzed track shoe that used to belong to former Carmel High teacher and athletic director Lloyd Miller. The…