Aug 18 @ Trinity
Aug 25 Noblesville
Sep 1 CG
Sep 8 @ Pike
Sep 15 LN (HC)
Sep 22 NC
Sep 29 @ BD
Oct 6 Warren
Oct 13 @ LC
— Jim Inskeep (@carmelathletics) January 10, 2017
Both teams finished 2016 ranked in the High School Football America Top 50, which is created with our proprietary algorithm. Trinity finished No. 9 in our national rankings, while Carmel finished No. 37.
Carmel head coach John Hebert will be a guest on Thursday night’s High School Football America Radio Show to discuss the 2016 season and look ahead to 2017.
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