Spring Student-Athletes Honored

On April 20, the Athletics Department honored Carmel’s spring athletes unable to compete due to the COVID-19 pandemic, by lighting up the football stadium and scoreboard at 8:20 pm (military time of 20:20). In a live broadcast of the event, Athletic Director Mark Pos provided a short introduction before senior athletes’ names scrolled on the illuminated display for 20 minutes.
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Girls' Gymnastics Finishes Season as 2020 IHSA State Runner Up

Congratulations to our girls' gymnastics team on their impressive second-place finish at a thrilling IHSA state championship meet February 21 and 22. While also collecting several individual top finishes, Carmel produced two state champions. Lyndsey Basara '21 tied for 1st on the vault and Clare Keane '22 won the uneven parallel bars. Isabella Kropiwiec '20 earned third place on floor while Basara placed fourth. Kropiwiec also tied for fifth on vault, while Keane finished sixth in the all-around.
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Gymnastics Wins Sectional Championship

The varsity gymnastics team captured the Sectional Championship on February 13 at Mundelein High School and will advance to the IHSA State Championships at Palatine High School on February 21. Carmel had individual champions in every event at Sectionals. Izzy Kropiwiec won vault and floor, Lyndsey Basara won beam, and Clare Keane took the top spot on bars.
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Gymnastics Captures 18th Consecutive Regional Title

The varsity girls' gymnastics team earned their 18th Regional Championship in a row on February 4, 2020, at Vernon Hills High School after earning one of their highest scores of the season. Lyndsey Basara '21 was Regional Champion on all events except beam, and that title went to Clare Keane '22.
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Cross Country Teams Make Run to State

Carmel had four athletes represented at the IHSA State Meet in November. The girls’ team missed qualifying by only 9 points, but Ezzie Posner ’20, Abigail Kuderna ’20 and Isabel Ashley ’21 advanced to the state meet. Alexander Speer ’20 advanced for the boys.
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