At Archbishop Carroll High School, we are proud of our excellent academic tradition as well as our athletic programs. Our goal is to compete at the highest level while fostering sportsmanship and leadership in our student-athletes. Extracurricular activities provide excellent opportunities to build character. As we prepare tomorrow's leaders, we hope to take advantage of these moments.
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Carroll High School Track & Field Sweep Greater Catholic League Championships
May 17, 2022
By Carroll High School
The Carroll Men's and Women's Track and Field teams continued their strong showings at the Greater Catholic League Co-ed Track and Field Championships. The Patriot teams claimed the Men's Varsity, Men's JV, Women's Varsity, and Women's JV GCL Co-ed Championships to sweep all four titles for the 3rd season in a row. The Men's Varsity team has finished first each year since 2009, a streak of 13 years. The men won with a total of 155 points to outdistance runner-up McNicholas (107 points). The Women's Varsity squad finished in first place for the third year in a row and fifth out of the last six seasons. They scored 160.50 points with Chaminade-Julienne coming in second (133.50 points).
The Patriots had over 85 team members for the tenth straight year, and the majority contributed in some way to help with all four teams' success. The majority of the team are also multiple sport athletes, with many competing for Carroll in fall and/or winter sports.2022 also marked the Men's JV team's 15th consecutive GCL Championship, a streak dating back to 2007. The Women's JV team also continued a long run of GCL COED titles with their 11th in a row that dates back to 2011.
The men were led by Jack Agnew ‘23 who won the 1600m Run and 3200m Run, and was on the winning 4x800m Relay. They were also led by Kyle Heilmann ’24 who won the High Jump, placed second in the 100m Hurdles, and fourth in the 300m Hurdles.
The ladies were led by Meredith Goecke ‘22 who won the Pole Vault, placed third in the Long Jump, and was on the third place 4x200m and 4x400m relays. They were also led by Sophia Bruhn ’24 who won the 3200m Run, placed second in the 1600m Run, and ran on the winning 4x800m Relay. Two other ladies had impressive meets to help the Patriots win: Jasmin Buschur ‘23 (1st-100m Hurdles, 2nd-300m Hurdles, 6th-High Jump, 2nd-4x100m Relay); Rachel Gervais ’25 (1st-300m Hurdles, 3rd-100m Dash, 4th-200m Dash, 3rd-4x200m Relay).
Carroll Women GCL Event Winners (1st Team All-GCL)