Monday, September 15, 2014
Providence Wins Over Mount Carmel 33-14
What could have been a perfect first half went awry for Providence when, at the Mount Carmel 22, Hunniford tried a flip to the right side that was picked off in full stride at the 24 by Caravan defender Nick Wheeler. Nobody touched him on the long trek to the end zone, which ended with two seconds showing on the clock. Mount Carmel couldn’t build on the momentum, however, as Providence stretched the lead to 24-6 via a 37-yard pass from Hunniford to Boykin. A fourth-quarter 16-yard run and conversion catch by Avery Safford gave Mount Carmel a breath of life, but the Caravan didn’t threaten again.
Mount Carmel Freshmen Participate in Overnight
The Class of 2018 at Mount Carmel High School participated in a freshman overnight, which took place on the campus of Mount Carmel and nearby 63rd Street Beach on Lake Michigan. The freshman overnight is the first in a series of all-student activities that are part of the Mount Carmel experience of prayer, community and service. The experience consists of presentations, small group discussion, recreational time, morning prayer on the lakefront, and Mass.
Providence, Boykin too much for Mount Carmel
Top-ranked Mount Carmel wanted to keep the ball away from Providence’s explosive offense, led by Notre Dame-bound wideout Miles Boykin. And, by holding the ball for more than 16 minutes of the first half Friday, you’d think the Caravan was successfulA 17-6 halftime score and a 33-14 final, both in the Celtics’ favor, said otherwise.“We did some of the things we wanted to do,” Carmel coach Frank Lenti said. “We possessed the ball. But we dropped a touchdown pass. We dropped a kickoff. And they have a very fine football team. In a lot of ways, they outplayed us tonight.“We’ve been on our guys about not practicing hard enough to win games. We haven’t been.”
Friday, September 05, 2014
MOUNT CARMEL HOSTS ANNUAL WOMEN’S GRIDIRON FOOTBALL CLINIC
Mount Carmel High School hosted their annual Women’s Gridiron Football Clinic on Wednesday, September 3rd. 60 plus participants joined the Mount Carmel coaching staff for an evening dedicated to teaching football basics through classroom work and drills – an experience just like all Mount Carmel football players have! The evening started with a meet-and-greet with the coaches, followed by drills on Carey Field and concluded with a group picture and refreshments.
Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Mount Carmel Implements IMPACT Service Learning ProgramMount Carmel is thrilled to announce the implementation of the IMPACT service-learning program here at Mount Carmel. We are excited about this wonderful opportunity to continue to strengthen our Catholic, Carmelite identity and instill in our young men a life-long commitment to service-learning and reflection. Mount Carmel Implements IMPACT Service Learning ProgramMount Carmel is thrilled to announce the implementation of the IMPACT service-learning program here at Mount Carmel. We are excited about this wonderful opportunity to continue to strengthen our Catholic, Carmelite identity and instill in our young men a life-long commitment to service-learning and reflection.