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The Changing Face of the Greyhound: The Carmel Greyhound logo has changed over time to better reflect CHS morals

SITTING STILL:
The Greyhound statue sits in the commons for the CHS students to see.  The statue reminds students of the CHS goals, morals, and history.
Sam Shi | Photo

Ben Traylor and Agrayan Gupta

May 23, 2018

"At the end of the day, we’re not the Greyhound bus company.”

Women’s cross country wraps up season, looks ahead to postseason

Junior Izza Khuram (1062) leads the pack at MIC Championship meet at Ben Davis High School on Sept. 23. Carmel finished in first place at the meet, continuing a streak that has lasted over a decade.

Ben Traylor

October 10, 2017

After completing the regular season atop the MIC, the women’s cross country team is preparing for the Sectional post-season playoff for the chance to advance to Regionals the following weekend. Both matchups will take place at White River Elementary School in Noblesville, beginning Oct. 14.  “A go...

Cross-country team prepares to bounce back in stacked weekend

Ben Traylor, Reporter

September 23, 2017

Following a tight run for first place at the Trinity Invitational in Louisville last Saturday, the women's cross-country team is preparing for a weekend in Indianapolis against only MIC opponents. On Sept. 16, the Greyhounds fell short of first to Centerville by just three points and was led by soph...

CHS welcomes coed cheer team for the first time in school history

TEAMWORK:
Teammates Taylor Gallagher, junior (left), and Abby Burdette, sophomore (right), assist David Light, senior (middle), in a lift. The team enjoys having diversity despite doubts or uncertainties about this season.

Ben Traylor and Kelly Truax

September 21, 2017

In the past, the sidelines of sporting events around the country, have been filled with teams of elite, exclusively female athletes have been an integral part of high school sports. As a result, cheerleading is one of the longest traditions showcased beside amateur and professional games. The energy...

Diving In the Deep

Ben Traylor

February 23, 2017

In 1994, the CHS swimming team began accommodating divers to become the Girls’ Swimming and Diving team. Since then, the squad has taken home the State Championship every year, yet divers on the team are not the typical face of the team’s dominance, as only 14 divers have qualified for state in the...

CHS is home to some of the most talented ice skaters in the region.

CHS is home to some  of the most talented ice skaters in the region.

Ben Traylor

January 27, 2017

For most teenagers, skating on a Friday night at the Ice Skadium is about winding down after a long week of classes. Others use the opportunity to meet new people and reconnect with old friends. However, for junior Angela He and senior Alisha Wang, the common pastime has evolved into much more than j...

Wrestling team prepares for Center Grove after a win at home

Senior Eric Boleman faces an opponent fromLawrence North High School. CHS won the match 39-19.

Ben Traylor, Sports Reporter

December 12, 2016

This Wednesday, Dec. 14, the CHS wrestling team will travel to Greenwood to face their cross-town rival, Center Grove High School, in the second away match of the season. Following a 39-19 win in the Eric Clark Activity Center against Lawrence North, the CHS coaching staff feels confident about their...

CHS athletic department raises own money, creates budget

Jess Canaley and Ben Traylor

December 12, 2016

Giving students at CHS the opportunity to compete in sports isn’t always as easy as trying out and making the team. For many, overwhelming equipment costs or dues can get in the way of playing the game. While parents of CHS students often have the resources needed to cover any expenses required to ...

“HEY NUMBER 22!”: A glance into sideline heckling and how players, coaches, fans react

DAB IT OUT:
CHS students cheer at the varsity football game against Hamilton Southeastern. Student groups like Big Game and Wild Bunch assist in planning student section events.

Ben Traylor, Reporter

September 16, 2016

For many athletes, talking trash is just a way to blow off steam. Others use it to throw their opponents off their game. “(Trash talking is) the ability to get in someone’s head.” said Sam Weixler JV football player and sophomore. Weixler said he experiences trash talking first-hand on...