Jack Carney

Freelance Sports Writer

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Indianapolis Star
01/02/2018
Hendricks County tournament: Brownsburg survives late Danville rally

DANVILLE - Patience is a virtue in Brownsburg coach Steve Lynch's book. Lynch wants his team to be more diligent on offense, especially in critical moments. The strategy paid dividends Tuesday night at Danville. Lynch's Bulldogs, leading Danville by one point with a little over a minute to play, ran their offense for more than 30 seconds resulting in a crucial layup from junior Reis Thomas.

Colts.com
11/10/2017
Jack Doyle Has Worked His Way To The Top

Intro: In four years, tight end Jack Doyle has worked his way from the bottom of the depth chart to the top with simple hard work and dependability. He enters Sunday's game against the Steelers ranked second among all tight ends in the NFL with 50 receptions.

Colts.com
10/05/2017
Krishawn Hogan Achieves NFL Dream With Hometown Colts

Intro: Krishawn Hogan grew up in Indianapolis always dreaming of one day playing in the NFL. Last Sunday, he did just that, making his professional debut with his hometown Colts, of all teams.

Colts.com
09/21/2017
Vontae Davis To Malik Hooker: 'Don't Ever Leave Your First Ball!'

Intro: While he's been sidelined with a groin injury, Vontae Davis has remained a leader for a young Indianapolis Colts secondary. His advice has extended as far as proper etiquette for your first interception, which was helpful on Sunday for rookie safety Malik Hooker.

The Times of Noblesville
05/18/2017
Longtime track coach honored at Noblesville Relays

The Noblesville Relays have been held at Noblesville High School every spring since 1950. The event is one of the school's oldest and most cherished athletic traditions, and on Tuesday night, on the 68th running of the relays, the event was renamed the "Kent Graham Noblesville Relays."

Sports Capital Journalism Program
05/03/2017
Cerebral Central Michigan quarterback gets chance to prove physical abilities

INDIANAPOLIS - Cooper Rush's intellectual bona fides are beyond reproach. The redshirt senior Central Michigan quarterback is working on finishing his master's degree in sports management. He's already finished his bachelor degree in actuarial science with a 3.86 grade point average.

The Times of Noblesville
03/25/2017
Remembering the Millers run to semi state in 1997

News Sports Obituaries Opinion Page Columnists E-Edition Photo Galleries 2014 Westfield High School graduation 2014 Noblesville High School graduation "To Kill A Mockingbird" Beach Bash Millers play for State Title Disc Dog Classic Grand Park . . .

Sports Capital Journalism Program
12/04/2016
McSorley, Penn State overcome early struggles in dramatic Big Ten championship comeback

INDIANAPOLIS - A few ticks after midnight, Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley was at the center of a celebration as unforeseeable as it was dramatic. He stood on a stage in Lucas Oil Stadium, his right hand on the shoulder of two-time Heisman winner Archie Griffin, his left clutching the Grange-Griffin Championship Game Most Valuable Player Trophy.

Sports Capital Journalism Program
03/26/2016
Virginia knocking on the door of the Final Four

CHICAGO - When Tony Bennett took the head coaching position at Virginia in 2009, the Cavaliers had finished 10 th and 11 th in the Atlantic Coast Conference in their two previous seasons.