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Many students gather on Friday, Aug. 28 to watch a home game for the Carmel Greyhounds against Cathedral. The Hounds lost the game 44-28; however, on Sept. 11, the Hounds won in a double overtime thriller 45-44 over Pike high school.Many students gathered to show energy, despite the 250 spectator limit set by the IHSAA. Athletic director Jim Inskeep said he finds players are becoming more and more accepting of the changes.

Athletes remark on new regulations for spectators at games, reflect on pros, cons

Andrew Caito and Alivia Romaniuk September 21, 2020

Around the world, sporting events are beginning to resurface, but with COVID-19 precautions in place, these events look far different than usual. Professional leagues, including the MLB, the NBA and the...

Looking for the next pass, forward and sophomore Lauren Rainbolt dribbles up the field. “We’re ready for the State [tournament] with this group of girls. We've only gotten better this whole year,” said Rainbolt.

Women’s soccer wins Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference tournament, looks ahead to State championship

Andrew Caito October 8, 2019

Coming off a 3-1 win over Center Grove at the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference championship, women’s soccer looks ahead to its first Sectional. They will play the winner of Zionsville and Westfield...

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