Senior Renee Wellman has accomplished a multitude of impressive feats throughout her career as a cross-country runner. She has run in the state championship in all of her first three years of high school, helping the team capture the state title in 2008 and 2010, and has also had the opportunity to participate with her team in the Nike Cross Nationals in Portland, Oregon against some of the best teams in the nation. Nothing about her past success is satisfying for her, though. She said she wants this upcoming season to be her best ever.
Freshman Evan Sattler enters high school, already an active member of the CHS community. As a current lacrosse and hockey player, as well as a strong academic, he is constantly busy. Sattler said he hopes to remove his after-school athletic training, and get some free time, by participating in Advance Physical Conditioning (APC). Sattler is just one of many freshmen who will be part of the first group of freshmen allowed into APC without completing P.E. 1 and 2. Indiana State Board of Education passed a bill that allows students to receive a waiver for Physical Education if they participate in a school sanctioned sport. This allows many students to skip the prerequisite for APC and start their freshman year.
The following is from an e-mail by men’s cross-country Head Coach Erhard “Doc” Bell regarding the Sept. Culver Invitational: “The Carmel Greyhounds competed in today’s Culver Invitational. Columbus North was Full Article »
By Charlie Browning <email@example.com> Tomorrow night running back and senior Devin Brinson will take the field in front of a Homecoming crowd for the last time in his high school Full Article »