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Although track season starts mid-February, varsity runners train in tough conditions during winter months

Although track season starts mid-February, varsity runners train in tough conditions during winter months

Aniket Biswal

January 23, 2020

The track season starts in mid-February, but for many varsity runners preparations for the season starts much earlier than that. According to the athletes, those unofficial practices—which are often outside—are frequently cold and difficult but also necessary. Charlie Schuman, track runner and sophomore,...

Member of Champions Together club helps students with disabilities via sports, wishes more people would volunteer

Member of Champions Together club helps  students with disabilities via sports, wishes more people would volunteer

Daniel Kim

January 23, 2020

For Sophie Gates, Champions Together president and senior, volunteering for Champions Together has been a big part of her high school career ever since her freshman year and she said she is happy with the progress it has made. She said, “Champions Together has made a huge difference in not only our a...

With Gold, Blue games tomorrow, CHS Icehounds express their desire to be a school sanctioned sport

With Gold, Blue games tomorrow, CHS  Icehounds express their desire to be a school sanctioned sport

Daniel Kim

December 12, 2019

At CHS, sports such as basketball, football and soccer are all sanctioned by the school; they have their own fields, equipment and schedules given and organized by the school’s athletics department. However, there are some sports that do not receive as much attention or support from the school, su...

TITLE NINE: HOUNDS AVENGE 2018, CLINCH STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

TITLE NINE: HOUNDS AVENGE 2018, CLINCH STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Ashwin Prasad

November 30, 2019

In a heart-stopping nailbiter, the Carmel Greyhounds (11-3) held off the Center Grove Trojans (8-6) 20-17 to win their ninth state championship at Lucas Oil Stadium. Four consecutive Trojan turnovers helped the Hounds rack up a 13-3 lead at halftime, and the Hounds withstood a furious Trojan comeback...

As basketball season begins, CHS Big Game club makes strides towards promoting events bigger and better than ever before

As basketball season begins, CHS Big Game club  makes strides towards promoting events bigger and better than ever before

Adam Spensley

November 15, 2019

Over the course of last year and especially this year, members of the Big Game Club have created a new emphasis on the way members encourage student involvement. The main purpose of the club is to promote school sporting events and try and get as many students to come to the game and get involved as...

Hounds Rock Westfield Behind Williams’ Perfect Game

Hounds Rock Westfield Behind Williams’ Perfect Game

Ashwin Prasad

November 9, 2019

Senior quarterback Christian Williams could do no wrong.    Williams completed nine out of nine passes for 174 yards and two touchdowns to senior receiver Colton Parker, spurring the Hounds (8-3) to five touchdowns in five possessions. That would be more than enough to wrap up a 35-7 bea...

Hungry Hounds Begin Playoff Campaign

Ashwin Prasad

October 31, 2019

The weather is getting colder, snow is on the ground, and November is already here. It’s playoff time for the Greyhounds. CHS enters the post-season on the heels of a bumpy, but successful 6-3 regular season. It began with a jarring 41-14 defeat at Trinity (KY), but a four-game winning streak push...

Women’s basketball aims to move forward from last year’s rebuild

Women’s basketball aims to move forward from last year’s rebuild

Kiersten Riedford

October 24, 2019

On Nov. 9, the women’s basketball team will take the court to open its 2019-20 season with an away game against Homestead High School. Due to the low-cut nature of tryouts, returning players said they had already formed a close bond as they began official practices. According to both players and c...

Hounds Edged 21-27 by Panthers on Homecoming

Ashwin Prasad

September 27, 2019

North Central senior and wide receiver Richard Hamilton scored two touchdowns, including the game-winning score with 51.8 seconds to hand CHS (5-2) their first Homecoming defeat in 16 years, 21-27. A sluggish first half gave way to a thrilling fourth quarter packed with twists and turns. The Panthe...