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Faith Austin, varsity women’s lacrosse player and sophomore

Faith Austin, varsity women's lacrosse player and sophomore, poses for a photo. Austin said women's lacrosse is less aggressive compared to men's lacrosse.

Daniel Kim and Andrew Caito

April 2, 2020

What are the main differences between men's and women's lacrosse?  Women's lacrosse is much more less physical, meaning fouls are called more frequently and players can’t be as aggressive. Girls wear only goggles and a mouthguard, and the lacrosse stick net is shallow compared to boys. Men's lacross...

Brannick Arbuckle, varsity men’s lacrosse player and sophomore

Brannick Arbuckle, varsity men's lacrosse player and sophomore

Daniel Kim and Andrew Caito

April 2, 2020

What are some major differences between men's and women's lacrosse? Some major differences in men's and women's lacrosse is the gear you need to play with, another difference is the beginning of the game with the face off where, in men's lacrosse, the two players do it on their knees and the girl...

CHTV Will Cover Lacrosse

Christian Ledbetter

January 31, 2019

CHTV will offer coverage of lacrosse this spring. CHTV teacher Eric Marty said CHTV will cover the sport through the YouTube channel, with plans of covering it live on the website currently in development. Viewers can see the games around 20 minutes after they have ended. Additionally, the website i...

A Different Type of Game Changer: CHS lacrosse coaches, players discuss differences of playing on various surfaces

Lacrosse teams play their home matches at Murray Stadium, covered by turf. Throughout the lacrosse season the department has abided to all IHSAA field standards. The athletic department made the switch to turf in 2013.

May 18, 2018

An often overlooked aspect of sports is the type of field or court upon which they are played. However, when field conditions are bad, people do notice. In 2016, the NFL Hall of Fame preseason game at Tom Benson Stadium between the Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers, was canceled due to the fi...

LEARNING LACROSSE: Get to know the men’s lacrosse team at the start of its upcoming season

NOT JUST A GAME:
Ryan Newey, varsity lacrosse player and senior, 
practices shooting during afterschool training. Newey has played on the team for all four years of high school. 
KELSEY ATCHESON // PHOTO

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March 18, 2016

On march 13, the CHS men’s lacrosse team began its 17th season, but this is a fact that might surprise some students at CHS. As members of the organization said,  despite its longevity, CHS doesn’t really know the team. “It’s good to be on the lacrosse team,” Ryan Newey, varsity team member and senio...

Lacrosse teams attempt to win third consecutive State title

Lacrosse teams attempt to win third consecutive State title

sports

April 25, 2013

Both the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams won State titles in 2011 and 2012. Both teams credit hard work, teamwork, experience and leadership. Both teams agree on continuing the same success to win their third consecutive State championship. “Past success doesn’t guarantee future results, but...

Currently a club team, lacrosse on its way to transitioning to sanctioned varsity sport

Currently a club team, lacrosse on its way  to transitioning to sanctioned varsity sport

sports

April 27, 2012

All school sports played through this school are a part of the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA). Each is recognized at school convocations for winning state titles or other awards, and most of the sporting events have many students in the stands. Lacrosse, currently a club sport, according...

Men’s lacrosse team heads into Semistate

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May 22, 2008

By: Andrew Browning <[email protected]> Tomorrow the Carmel men’s lacrosse team takes on Saint Joseph’s in the Semistate championship game at IUPUI at 8 p.m. Should the Hounds win, they would face the winner of Culver and Cathedral in the State Final on Saturday at IUPUI at 8 p.m. M...

Men’s lacrosse looks to end season strong

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April 29, 2008

By: Andrew Browning <[email protected]> With only four games remaining in its regular season, the Carmel men’s lacrosse team looks to finish well in order to ensure a low seed in the State tournament. The Hounds take on Cathedral at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow in an away game. Their final home game is...