‘Bright future’ ahead for Carmel football program

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With under a minute to go in Carmel’s 31-14 loss to Fenwick in the second round of the Class 7A playoffs on Saturday, Corsairs senior quarterback Michael Huiras raced to the line of scrimmage with 10 of his teammates.

They trailed by 17 points, which was an insurmountable lead given the amount of time remaining. That didn’t matter.

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