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Basketball player Olivia Lowery is the Carroll Athlete of the Week. Lowery scored seven points against McCutcheon to help propel the Chargers to the regional championship Saturday at Marion. Read more

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Basketball player Taylor Fordyce is the Carroll Athlete of the Week. Fordyce led Carroll’s offense with 21 points and six rebounds during Saturday’s sectional championship against Snider. Read more

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Carroll girls basketball coach Mark Redding has said all season that winning a conference title wasn’t the goal — it’s about climbing the tournament bracket. That’s just what the Chargers did Saturday at DeKalb, but it meant first defeating Snider from behind for the second week in a row. Read more

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Homestead’s girls swim team extended its sectional streak to four straight Saturday at South Side, defeating runner-up Carroll 539-508. The Spartans collected five championship finishes for automatic state qualifications out of 12 events on the afternoon, while the Chargers earned four first… Read more

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Four football players and a sprinter signed with college programs during an athletic event Feb. 3 at Carroll High School. They were the first of 13 athletes scheduled to sign at the school this month. Read more

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For the first time since Carroll joined the Summit Athletic Conference, a team that wasn’t named Homestead clinched the conference title. But, to claim it outright, the Chargers first had to dig themselves out of a 17-point hole. Read more

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A defensive onslaught from New Haven helped the Bulldogs outlast visiting Carroll in the second half Saturday night. The Bulldogs defeated Carroll 59-51, outscoring the Chargers 35-24 after halftime following a loss to undefeated Leo on Friday. Read more

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More than 50 former players across five athletics teams at Carroll High School never got to the take the field, the court, the track or the course as seniors in the spring of 2020. The IHSAA’s cancelation of spring seasons before they even began put an end to many of the memories the class o… Read more