Tigers football season comes to end


Junior running back Michael Noble runs the ball towards the end zone on Nov. 4 against Carmel. Tigers loose 23-10. Photo used with permission of Fishers High School athletic website.

Claire Rosenthall, Sports Editor

On Friday, Nov. 4 the Tigers fell to the Carmel Greyhounds in the sectional championship 23-10.

The game started with an interception by senior DeVonte Adams, which put Fishers on the 43 yard line. Junior kicker Ben Norton was then forced to kicked a 40 yard field goal on fourth down making the score 3-0 Tigers.

The Greyhounds scored shortly after the start of the second quarter, making it 7-0 Carmel. Junior quarterback Matthew Wolff then completed a pass to senior Michael Johnson for a touchdown. Tigers were in the lead 10-7.

Minutes before the end of the first half, Carmel scored, putting them up 14-10.

Tigers received a safety after dropping the football in the end zone, resulting in two points for Carmel, making it 16-10 to end the third quarter.

With less than five minutes left in the game, Carmel scored after receiving a punt, making it a 23-10 game. The tigers did not manage to score again and were defeated.

“It was a great season and even though we did not finish how we wanted to we still accomplished a lot of goals that we set for ourselves and that is all that matters,” senior varsity football player Logan Weaver said.

For more information on the Fishers Football teams season, visit the high schools’ athletic website here.