Tyler Clark told the story of the school opening a brand new gymnasium after five years of planning and 17 months of building.
Michalchuk explained how Carlton’s new gym has been great for not only the school, but also the community as a whole.
“The opening of our new gym was something we were forward to for a long time,” he said. “There was such a buzz around our school, everyone was excited to share this moment where we had this outstanding facility that our kids and the community can use.”
While the school wraps up its official schedule with the district track meet at Harry Jerome Track next week, Carlton preps for next season with a series of camps to boost interest in the school’s extensive range of sports programs.
On June 12-14 at Max Clunie Field, Carlton will run a spring football camp and on Aug. 18-21, the school will host a Crusader Summer Camp at various locales across the city.
Carlton will wrap up the year in athletics with its annual awards banquet at the school on June 18, where the school will recognize a most inspirational player form each team as well as junior and senior athletes of the year.
Tickets for the banquet can be purchased at Carlton’s main office and are priced at $15 for guests, $10 for athletes.
The Daily Herald will take a look at the St. Mary Marauders athletic program in the coming days.