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Football between Carroll and West Millbrook is on for 4pm today.
The Clash of the Cats Continue!
Due to the tragic passing of our student-athlete Mikeal Freeman recently, the football game vs. West Millbrook has been moved to Monday Oct. 25th 4pm at Carroll (Tom Filer Field) We hope you will come out and support our team and the Freeman family.
Great win for the Cougar Volleyball and Soccer teams this week.
8-0 soccer and 3-1 Volleyball. Both teams continue to improve and are 2-2 overall on the season.
Cougars win 3-2 with goals from Maggie Sussex, Parker Johnson, and Abby Stephens. Great saves by Samartha Neequaye and defense by Caroline West.
Sports Pictures will be Tuesday October 12th after school. Forms and more information provided by Coaches. - link posted here. Use Carroll Code FM375055 to order Online
Can also use paper form given out to players by coaches.
All games this week at Home. Volleyball and Soccer Wednesday
Football - Thursday. Start at 4pm
Cougar Soccer falls 5-3 in a great match! Hat trick for Abby Stephens
Volleyball drops 3-0 and Football gives a tough effort.
Great effort by all 3 teams this week at Pine Hollow.
Football lost 26-8, Soccer fell 8-0 and Volleyball dropped 3 sets.
Each team gave amazing energy and teamwork. Goal is to improve each week and get more people involved. Go Cougars.
WCPSS Middle School Sports and your Carroll Cougars take the field and court this week to open the Fall season vs. the Durant Dolphins. Tickets are Required and are $5 per person at the gate.
Masks are REQUIRED inside for Volleyball and optional outside for Soccer and Football.
WEDNESDAY SEPT. 22ND
Volleyball - vs. Durant in The CAVE gym 4pm (Cougars win 3-0)
Girl's Soccer - vs. Durant at Tom Filer Field 4pm (Postponed)
THURSDAY SEPT. 23RD
Football - vs. Durant at Tom Filer Field 4pm (Cougars lose 48-24)
We have a new Paperless Registration System called Dragonfly that is available below to sign up for all sports this school year. To participate in any athletic activity at Carroll this year each student must complete all necessary forms in the Dragonfly system. There will be a cut off to complete for each season to be able to try out/participate that will be posted soon. The portal is now open.
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1. All Students have to complete all the WCPSS Registration Forms in Dragon Fly Max.
2. All Students have to have a current Physical AND Medical Form UPLOADED to the Dragonfly system. Physicals can be used for 395 days. (please let us know if you want to use a Physical you turned in last year so we can locate and send to you to upload)
2. All Students will have had at least 85% school attendance in the previous semester. (- pending WCPSS decision)
3. All students will have been promoted from the previous grade.
4. Positive academic, character, & leadership standing in at least five of six current courses. All of the student’s teachers must complete a review for each student before and during the season.
If 1-4 are met, you will be given a Ticket to Play to show you are Cleared by Coach Watkins or a Coaching Staff Member.
A potential player may not participate in tryouts, workouts, or practices until all of the above qualification are met.
First Practice/tryout date August 30
First Games Week of September 20
First Practice/tryout date November 15
First Games December 6
First Practice/tryout date February 22
First Games Week of March 14
A daily commitment to a fun, safe, and challenging sports program. We 1)are led by strong coaches 2) provide leadership opportunities 3) create structured practices that help prepare for competitive games. Our goal is provide a place that allows beginners to learn and experienced players to excel. At Carroll student athletes will be challenged, encouraged, and celebrated.
The Wake County Public School System’s athletic program is an integral part of education that will provide meaningful activities that promote learning and strive for students to excel in the development of life skills, a healthy lifestyle, sportsmanship, and citizenship.
Carroll MS NFHS certified
June 3rd, 2020
Carroll Middle School Athletic Program has received a Level 1 National Certification from the National Federation of High Schools. The Carroll coaching staff had to take 4 specific courses of professional development and apply to be recognized. A banner will be put up in the Carroll gymnasium "The Cave" to honor this accomplishment. More to come later...
This Weeks Coach, get to know...
Coach Morgan Gilberti, Cheerleading, 2nd year at Carroll
I grew up in a military family so questions like "Where did you grow up?" are often hard to answer. In short, I grew up all over the world; however, my entire family is currently living in Massachusetts so that's where I consider "home." I grew up cheering for the various different schools I attended as well as all-star teams occasionally- depending on where I was living at the time.
Why do you coach...I coach, of course to spread my enthusiasm for cheerleading, but moreover, to be a part of the growth that comes from athletics. Over my last two seasons coaching at Carroll, I saw tremendous growth from my girls as individuals, cheerleaders, and an entire team; not to mention, they taught and helped me grow just as much, if not more
What do you enjoy about Carroll Athletics...I have LOVED the perseverance, drive, and dedication from Carroll athletes. Speaking specifically about my cheerleaders, regardless of the challenging routines, intimidating stunts, and fast-paced transitions they faced, they ALWAYS pushed and encouraged each other to leave it all on the mat- and shoutout to my girls, that's exactly what they did at the end of our season.
Favorite team or athlete... Boston Red Sox
Little known fact about you...being a military kid I had the opportunity to live in Germany for three years (during high school) so I would say that was pretty cool.
A family owned sporting goods company in Raleigh since 1935.
Just like you, we can’t wait until sports return, not only around the world, but especially here in North Carolina. And we know when they do our schools will need help. For that reason, Johnson Lambe has created this campaign - #NC4Sports.
Use this link to order a bundle of gear to support and 50% goes back to CARROLL