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2023 Football Team Receives Rings

Football team players celebrate their state runner-up title
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After Crown Point High School made bulldog history by making it to the Lucas Oil Stadium for the first time, the football team finally got the rings that they deserved. 

While the team made history, many of the boys on the team consider the bond that they made with each other just as monumental as the rings.

“It honestly feels amazing. I think about my guys and my teammates and that is just what makes it so much better,” senior Camden Sorci said. “I have spent four years with the football program, and I have loved every minute of it. Getting these rings just shows that all of the pain and sweat was worth it.”

While the team did not win the state championship, they put their all into it and came home winners regardless. The team worked hard throughout both their on and off seasons, and they were able to make the workouts and effort shine through with their abilities on the field.

Sophomore Trevor Gibbs feels like all of the scorching summer nights paid off, and he is thankful for the opportunity he had with the 2023 team.

“It feels amazing having been a part of the history this team made. All of the work we put in and all of the summer nights felt good. It got us to state,” Gibbs said. “Of course, I wish that we would have won, but I am thankful that I got the opportunity.”

Principal Russ Marcinek believes that the football team not only exemplified grace on the field but also within the community as well. 

“It is exciting for the whole school and the community, and we all feel really good about it. I feel most importantly, the boys on the team represented our school with class and in a positive way, both on the field and in the school and community,” Marcinek said. “I am very proud of all of their accomplishments, and I am very proud of both the team and the coaching staff.”

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Rylin Sherron
Rylin Sherron, Multi-Media Chief Journalist
Rylin Sherron is a senior at Crown Point High School and is part of the Excalibur Yearbook and Inklings staff. Sherron has been involved in the school’s journalism program for four years, becoming copy editor and winning Writer of the Year in her sophomore and junior years. This year, Sherron took the title of Multi-Media Chief Journalist overseeing PR, Events, Social Media, and the Web. Outside of school, Sherron is involved in NHS and works for GreatNews.Life as a New Media Journalist. Sherron plans on majoring in journalism and forensic science, wanting to be an Investigative Journalist.
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