The University of Saint Francis (Fort Wayne) football team had its season come to an end Saturday in a 28-14 loss to the University of Cumberlands in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Football Championship Series.
Mount Carmel's Christian Searles has been a two-way performer for the Caravan this year.
Mt. Carmel's Christian Seales goes into the end zone after a pass reception for the first Caravan touchdown during boys football action Friday night.
Mt. Carmel's Christian Seales is about to receive a touchdown pass for the first Caravan touchdown during boys football action against Benet Friday night.
Mt. Carmel's Christian Seales is congratulated by teammate Matt Domer after scoring the first Caravan touchdown Friday night.
Mount Carmel's Christian Searles gets tripped up by Providence defender Michael Madej. Sealres has caught three touchdown passes and has also thrown one.
Mount Carmel's Jimmy Mickens fights off Providence defender James Sharkey for a big gain in the first quarter Friday.
Mount Carmel's Christian Searles gets tripped up by Providence defender Michael Madej Friday night.
Mount Carmel running back Jaquan Buntyn breaks around the Providence defense for a long gain Friday night.
Mount Carmel quarterback Marko Boricich bursts through Providence defenders for a Mount Carmel first down Friday night.
Mount Carmel quarterback Marko Boricich squeezes between two Providence defenders for a first down Friday night.
A gang of Mount Carmel defenders brings down Providence running back Dominic Lagone Friday night.
Mount Carmel running back Jimmy Mickens bursts into the end zone for a touchdown Friday night.
Mount Carmel running back Matt Domer is a senior captain and a two-year starter. The Illinois recruit is just one of many offensive threats for the Caravan.
Mount Carmel running back Matt Domer slashes through the Bishop McNamara defense. Domer has six touchdowns for the undefeated Caravan, who play rival St. Rita tonight.
Mount Carmel running back Matt Domer slashes through the Bishop McNamara defense during Friday night's 42-0 victory.
Mount Carmel marching band member Gabriel Nunley beats the drum for the Caravan Football Team.
Mount Carmel receiver Rich O'Brien hauls in a pass for a long gain in the second quarter of Friday night's game against Bishop McNamara.
Mount Carmel's Jimmy Mickens bursts through the Bishop McNamara line for a touchdown during Friday's game.
Mount Carmel's Christian Searles, right, intercepts a Bishop McNamara pass during Friday night's game.
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