Strategy is Key: With State quarterfinals approaching, lacrosse players, coaches explain importance of strategizing, reacting during game

Senior Joe Pendl and sophomore Daniel Seed, varsity lacrosse players, race for the ball during a speed drill. Meachum explained that strategy and speed were important for success.

Caleb Shaffer

May 23, 2019

In the world of athletics, teams need strategies in order to win games, they must formulate how they’re going to attack and defend against their opponent in order to win their match. In the game of lacrosse, players must apply strategies in order to win the game. Men’s lacrosse Head Coach John Meac...

Greyhounds prepare for matchup against Center Grove

Caleb Shaffer

May 21, 2019

The Greyhounds boys lacrosse team is coming off of a 14-1 win over South Bend St. Joseph, and the win moves them onto 11-9 on the season. The Greyhounds travel to Greenwood, Indiana tomorrow to take on the Center Grove Trojans before they begin their playoff run. Jordan Walker, lacrosse midfielder and...

Greyhounds boys lacrosse team still finding their way

Caleb Shaffer

April 23, 2019

The CHS Greyhounds lacrosse team has started off the season with a 5-4 record and are looking to go out and get the victory against the Hamilton Southeastern Royals tonight. Greyhounds head lacrosse coach John Meachum said the team is still trying to figure out who they are as a team. Meachum said, “...

The Key to Recovery: Student athletes, local wellness center stress importance of cryotherapy, post-recovery treatment

Caleb Shaffer

April 19, 2019

Sports cryotherapy and recovery are used by various athletes across the nation, and are used frequently by athletes at CHS. A few of the athletes at CHS receive their post-recovery treatment at The Recovery Room, a wellness center with locations in Westfield and Carmel, that specializes in treating sor...

A Cut Above the Rest: Track teams, others add harder tryout standards to previously no-cut sports

A Cut Above the Rest: Track teams, others add harder tryout standards to previously no-cut sports

Sarah Kim

March 22, 2019

Last year, the women’s  track team was a sight to see. At each meet, four school buses would pull up in the parking lot. More than a hundred girls, all wearing the same blue and gold outfits, would get off. However, this might not be the case for this year’s track team. This year, the team’s time...

The Basketball Bond: Students should appreciate the bonding experience that March Madness creates

The Basketball Bond: Students should appreciate the bonding experience that March Madness creates

Caleb Shaffer

March 22, 2019

Every march, fans come together for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, otherwise known as March Madness. One of my favorite parts about this time of year is how close it brings me to my peers. I am a naturally competitive person; I always have...

Greyhounds girls basketball team prepares for sectional matchup against Noblesville Millers

Greyhounds forward and senior Reagan Hune celebrates with her team after a win. Hune is averaging 11.5 points per game.

Caleb Shaffer

January 29, 2019

The Greyhounds girls basketball team is coming off a weekend loss to the Ben Davis Giants 60-56, Greyhounds freshman and guard Kate Clarke led the team with 14 points while senior and forward Reagan Hune followed up with 12 points. Hune said that the team didn’t really put their focus in the right ...

Intramurals to halt season

Uma Kandallu

January 14, 2019

Intramurals is currently putting the basketball season on hold as a result of the recent boiler explosion that occurred over winter break. However, if the repairs on the fieldhouse are completed quickly enough or if an arrangement can be worked out between several other varsity, freshman, and sophomor...

Greyhounds girls basketball team prepares to face the Anderson Indians tonight

Caleb Shaffer

January 10, 2019

The Carmel Greyhounds girls basketball team is preparing to face the Anderson Indians tonight in their fifth straight road game of the season. The Greyhounds lost last Friday against the Center Grove Trojans by a score of 48-34, and followed that game up with a win against the Fort Wayne South Side Ar...

Greyhounds girls basketball team splits games over the weekend, prepares for Lawrence Central

Carmel Greyhounds head coach Erin Trimpe smiles at her players on the bench during their game against Fort Wayne Carroll. Trimpe said she is really enjoying learning new things in her first season as head coach, and getting great effort from her players.

Caleb Shaffer

December 20, 2018

The Carmel Greyhounds girls basketball team had an active weekend losing against the North Central Panthers 67-52, and then following it up with a victory over the Fort Wayne Carroll Chargers 73-35. The Greyhounds are currently 5-7 and 0-3 in conference games. Reagan Hune, forward and senior, had 20 p...

Women’s basketball team benefits from strong role model coach

Erin Trimpe, women’s basketball head coach, encourages her team before their first game against the Homestead Spartans on Nov. 3. Trimpe said she always wants to see her team be aggressive.

Jess Canaley

December 13, 2018

Player Reagan Hune has played basketball for as long as she can remember. In elementary school, she played for the Carmel Pup’s team and continued her passion at Creekside Middle School. Her hard work in years past culminated to four successful seasons of high school basketball at CHS. As a current...