Mount Carmel Caravan
DEKALB | Mount Carmel quarterback Marko Boricich knew the call was coming.
DEKALB | Janice and Herb Klingelschmitt had three sons graduate from Mount Carmel, but the Lansing couple didn't stop supporting the Caravan.
DEKALB | There is no need to state the goal at Mount Carmel at the start of a football season.
DEKALB | The statistics were staggering.
EDWARDSVILLE | Mount Carmel probably could have let Edwardsville know it was going to run the ball on every play and it still wouldn't have mattered.
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. | When an offense piles up yardage and touchdowns the way Mount Carmel does, the defense can be overlooked.
The Mount Carmel linebacking crew of Sam Connolly, Troy Weissenhofer, Nick Johnson and Bob Brophy has caused havoc for opposing offenses all year.
DOWNERS GROVE | The rain pelted down and the wind prevented a precision passing game.
Sam Connolly's impact is felt beyond opposing ball carriers.
CHICAGO | It took Times No. 1 Mt. Carmel two minutes and 39 seconds to put Friday night’s class 7A opening round playoff game against Benet Academy out of reach.
Christian Searles doesn't mind never leaving the field.
CHICAGO | With Mount Carmel running back Matt Domer nursing an injury and resting up for the start of the playoffs, Jaquan Buntyn made the most of his chances in the backfield Friday for the Caravan.
CHICAGO | All night, Times No. 1 Mount Carmel's defense had been stifling Providence Catholic's attack.
WILMETTE | Four Mount Carmel turnovers in a quarter.
WILMETTE | For the longest time on Saturday afternoon, top-ranked Mount Carmel and Loyola Academy were going back and forth like the top- ranked teams they are.
CHICAGO | Mount Carmel found a simple cure for what ailed them last week.
You don't have to say anything to a football player on either St. Rita or Mount Carmel.
CHICAGO | Times No. 1 Mount Carmel didn't have that spark it had the first three games and it showed, but the Caravan got the job done with a 28-20 Catholic League Blue win over Brother Rice on Friday at Gately Stadium.
CHICAGO | A contest featuring more combined wins by the coaches than any other football game in IHSA history might have seemed like an attractive matchup, especially since No. 1 Mount Carmel and Bishop McNamara came in ranked among the elite in their respective classes.
CHICAGO | It was just one play, but it explains how top-ranked Mount Carmel has honed its latest edition of its football machine.
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