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Hounds Fend Off Rivals, Win Sectional Championship

Ashwin Prasad

March 8, 2020

As the reigning IHSAA State Champions, mired in a difficult Sectional bracket, the circumstances were ripe for an upset of the Carmel Greyhounds (18-7). The rapidly maturing team, however, was more than up to the task. The Hounds outlasted the HSE Royals, Noblesville Millers, and Westfield Shamrocks...

Jannsen Scores 26 on Senior Night, Hounds Rout Crispus Attucks

Ashwin Prasad

February 26, 2020

Senior shooting guard Jackson Jannsen made sure to give the crowd what they wanted. As the only senior on the team, Jannsen received a raucous ovation when he was introduced as the final man in the starting lineup. The sharpshooter proceeded to put on one of the finest performances of his high school...

As men’s basketball team enters playoffs, shortest players share how they control game despite basketball being “tall man’s sport”

As men’s basketball team enters playoffs, shortest players share how they control game despite basketball being “tall man’s sport”

Ashwin Prasad

February 21, 2020

One of the marvels of basketball is the height of the athletes. At 6 feet, 10 inches, John-Michael Mulloy ‘19 was the centerpiece of previous Carmel basketball teams, and the players on the varsity men’s basketball team this year are all over six feet tall. All, that is, except for one: Connor Gioia,...

Hounds Stifled by Wildcats 39-37

Ashwin Prasad

February 7, 2020

In a raucous, intense Varsity Gym, the Lawrence North Wildcats (17-1) outlasted CHS (11-5) 39-37 in a defensive slugfest. Senior Tony Perkins and junior DJ Hughes scored 14 and 11 points for the number one team in the state, with Perkins' go-ahead basket with 2:01 to go proving to be decisive. Sophomore...

With rising prevalence of early college recruitment, players forced to adopt to recruiting process at younger ages

With rising prevalence of early college recruitment,  players forced to adopt to recruiting process at younger ages

Satvik Kandru

January 23, 2020

This season, Peter Suder, varsity basketball player and sophomore, was ranked in the top 50 nationally for the class of 2022. As a top-ranked athlete, several elite colleges have approached Suder, ever since he was 13 years old. According to Suder, college coaches started watching him play during seventh grade...

Men’s junior varsity basketball team opens season with win over Zionsville

Aniket Biswal

December 4, 2019

The men’s junior varsity basketball team won their opening game against Zionsville on Nov. 26 by six points on the road. According to Lucas Lemme, men's JV basketball player and sophomore, the team struggled in the first half, but was able to get back in the game and eventually win. He said, “...

Sports Briefs

Sports Briefs

Ashwin Prasad

November 15, 2019

Keepin’ it Cool: Athletes, coaches explain decline of bad sportsmanship, reasons behind it

Keepin’ it Cool: Athletes, coaches explain decline of bad sportsmanship, reasons behind it

Jess Canaley

January 24, 2019

Trash talking has long been a part of sports culture. However now, trash talking, especially in the sports world, seems to be decreasing. Ryan Osborn, head coach of the men’s basketball team, has been around the sport for almost his whole life. In his experience of playing the game and through his ...

Digital Competition: Players reveal how sports video games simplify many parts of sport

Digital Competition: Players reveal how sports video  games simplify many parts of sport

Caleb Shaffer

December 13, 2018

American basketball has been played worldwide for over a century, and while the video game version of the sport is relatively new, it has quickly gained a following from gamers and basketball players alike. At this school, students like Cole Brady, basketball player and senior, often play the latest in...