Carson High School is pleased to announce five student athletes will carry their academic and athletic talents on to the next level in various Division 1 Scholarship signing ceremonies.
CHS 17-year-old Senior Camille Larkin, signed with George Mason’s Women’s Volleyball last night, Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the Silver State Volleyball Club. Cami will be a 3-year starting varsity player this next season, where she is set to be a co-captain, excelling at the position of middle attacker. During her sophomore season Cami started in every set of every game. She played middle hitter with 97 kills out of 216 attempts, with a kill percentage of .333. She also had 18 solo blocks with 2 assists as well as 13 defensive digs. She helped her team to a 17-11 season. During her junior season, she led the team with 160 kills out of 351 attempts, with a kill percentage of .342. She also led her team with 40 solo blocks and 27 assist blocks. Cami started in 64 of the 66 sets played and also added 41 defensive digs.
In the two seasons on varsity Cami was named player of the game 14 times. Cami has had the most kills for CHS volleyball since Jaycie Roberts in the 2016-2017 season (427 Kills Roberts, who is in her senior season at Niagara Falls University). Cami is the 20th player to go on to play at the next level from CHS since Lindsey Ford in 2006.
CHS 17-year-old Senior Madison Rabideau will host a signing ceremony with her commitment to Louisiana Tech University Women’s Soccer Friday, Nov. 13, at 11 a.m. at the CHS stadium. She was the 2019/2020 Girls Soccer 2nd Team Defender.
Carson High will host another signing ceremony Monday, Nov. 16, at 11 a.m. on the CHS softball field for 17-year-old Senior Kedre Luschar, committing to the University of Oregon Women’s Softball, and 17-year-old Senior Amaya Mendeguia, committing to the University of Rhode Island Women’s Softball. Luschar was the 2017/2018 Softball 2nd Team Infielder and the 2018/2019 Softball 1st Team Outfield. Mendeguia was the 2017/2018 Softball Honorable Mention and the 2018/2019 1st Team Infielder.
CHS 17-year-old Senior Karen Beglin will also host a private signing ceremony with her commitment to St. Johns University for Golf. Beglin was the 2017/2018 Girls Golf All Region Athlete of the Year and the 2017/2018 Girls Golf Sierra League Athlete of the Year. In the 2018/2019 season, she was named Girls Golf Sierra League Athlete of the Year, All Region 1st Team and Tied for Fourth in State. In the 2019/2020 season, she was named Girls Golf Sierra League Athlete of the Year and the Northern Nevada Athlete of the Year.