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  • January 10The Carlisle Area School District will be closed January 21 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

  • January 10Winterball will take place on Saturday, January 26, from 7-10 pm.

  • January 10WinterWeek is back, and will take place from January 22 to January 25.

Carlisle boys basketball looks to continue their success

Carlisle boys basketball looks to continue their success

Tyler Galaskas, Sports Editor

November 2, 2013


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Carlisle Boys Basketball, coming off an impressive 2012-2013 run at states, looks to improve on their past success and take the team even further this year. After a head-scratching three-win season in 2011, Carlisle Basketball worked hard throughout the summer and fall to prepare for last year's season. ...

Swimmers plan to dive in for a good season

Swimmers plan to dive in for a good season

Justine Douglas, Sports writer

November 1, 2013


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As the temperature drops outside, the swimming lanes are heating up for Carlisle swimmers. In his second year as head coach, Jason Griffith hopes to send more swimmers to Mid-Penns this year and even some to the district tournament as well. Being in a competitive league, the swim team will be challenged...

Prestigious Alumni: Where are they now? Theresa Bream

Prestigious Alumni: Where are they now? Theresa Bream

Justine Douglas, Sports Writer

October 17, 2013


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Theresa Bream Sport: Volleyball and basketball Years at CHS: 198 3-1987 College: Liberty (1987-1993) Accomplishments: For volleyball at Liberty; earned AVCA- All Region honors and ranks in the top 5 of four different key volleyball records. On the basketball court at Liberty she is a member...

CHS student competes at World Triathlon Championships in London

Tyler Galaskas, Sports Editor

October 7, 2013


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CHS senior Sam DeAngelo trains twice a day for most of the year in order to stay in shape.   He races in triathlons, which are endurance events that consist of swimming, biking, and running, in that order. Recently, DeAngelo competed in the Sprint Distance National Championship Triathlon, consisting...

Team chemistry key to success for girls volleyball

Justine Douglas, Sports Writer

October 7, 2013


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The volleyball team is off to a strong start thanks to “team chemistry and good communication” according to junior standout Allie Duffy.   With a roster of returning varsity players, the Lady Herd is on schedule to gain a spot in postseason play. Pre-season conditioning included “open-gyms,...

Carlisle Crazies: Showing the school spirit of CHS

Carlisle Crazies: Showing the school spirit of CHS

Tyler Galaskas, Sports Editor

September 27, 2013


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When someone thinks of school spirit, where does one look first?  The student section is a very good start.  At Carlisle, our student section has taken on the nickname the “Carlisle Crazies.” The Crazies show up to a wide variety of sports events, cheering on a broad range of athletes throughout...

Football looking forward

Football looking forward

Justine Douglas, Sports writer

September 27, 2013


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The 2013 football season didn’t start as the team had hoped.  This young team hopes to grow with experience, to find the strength to continue improving this season, and to think ahead to next year. Junior quarterback and co-captain, Billy Burger, encourages his teammates “to keep working hard...

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