Carmel High School boys volleyball takes top seed into state tournament


Front row from left, assistant coach Stephen Van Hoorde, Hayden White, team manager Sam Kinnaman, AJ Birsfield, Michael Hostetler, volunteer assistant Dan Laskowski and Dean Sofianopoulos, back row, assistant coach Katie Sofianopoulos, Jason Schug, Karthik Annamali, Jacob Kellum, Anthony Green, Trevor Davis, Ross Wettersten, Jakob Pickett, Joel Kellum, Sean Galligher and head coach Jon Harmon. (Submitted photo)

The top ranked Carmel High School boys varsity volleyball team won the 2017 Metro Volleyball Tournament May 4 at Cathedral High School. The Greyhounds beat the No. 5 Cathedral in the final four and No. 2 Noblesville in the championship game.

The Greyhounds are 27-3 in state this season and have secured the top seed for the state tournament. The tournament starts with Carmel hosting one of the eight regionals on May 13 at Clay Middle School.  First matches of the day start at 10 a.m. with the regional championship at 3 p.m.  Cost of admission is $5 for adults.  Carmel High School students and teachers are admitted for free.

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