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Junior Hope Amos devotes most of her free time to the football team as a trainer. The trainers arrive earlier and stay later than the football players for practice and games.

Eric Ardaiolo, varsity wide receiver and junior, catches the ball to return a punt during the homecoming game against Warren Central. After this game, he had a total of 202 receiving yards and five touchdowns.

Jordan Brewer, varsity wide receiver and senior, jumps up to attempt to block an extra point attempt from Warriors. Brewer verbally committed to play football at Purdue next fall.

Jordan Chapman, varsity inside linebacker and senior, focuses intently and waits for the play to start. The Hounds will enter Sectionals on Oct. 19.

Making the game clinking interception, Joe Rippe, varsity defensive back and junior, helped lead the Hounds to a 42-35 victory over Warren Central. Rippe has a total of 28 tackles for the season after this game.

Aaron King, varsity running back and senior, leads the team in rushing yards with 882 yards as of September 30. King sat out during the Terre Haute North game due to an ankle injury.

The fans went wild during the homecoming game cheering for the team. There were even some Colts players in attendance at the game.

Last year’s homecoming queen, Lauren Bournique, smiles with her sister, sophomore Megan Bournique, who was on court this year. It is tradition for the former homecoming queen to come back to Carmel and crown the next homecoming queen.

Senior Bri White was crowned homecoming queen during halftime during the homecoming game. The other senior court members include: Corey Bright, Emily Campbell, Hillary Hoover and Amy Ponder.

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