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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.

Winter cheerleading cheers into the new season

Winter cheerleading cheers into the new season

Carol Etzel, Staff Writer

January 9, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Winter cheerleaders at CHS have been working since late November on their routines and cheers. Their hard work has paid off: the varsity team will be heading to the state competition on Jan 20. The sport often does not receive the recognition it deserves. Behind the performances and interactive cheers...

January Athlete of the Month: Logan Huff

January Athlete of the Month: Logan Huff

Rowan Young, Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2017


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Junior Logan Huff can be found after school on the wrestling mat leading CHS wrestlers to victory.  We caught up with him to reflect on the season. Q1: How long have you been wrestling? A1: This will be my 11th year wrestling. Q2: How do you display leadership on and off the mat? A2: I display...

Athlete of the Month: Joe Mastrangelo

Athlete of the Month: Joe Mastrangelo

Rowan Young, Editor-in-Chief

December 12, 2016


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Junior Joe Mastrangelo has been described as a leader among his teammates and plays both football and basketball for CHS.  Check out our second installment of Athlete of the Month with a Q&A with Joe Mastrangelo! Q1: How long have you been playing basketball? A1: Since 2nd grade. Q2: How...

Stepping outside of comfort zones: a preview of the girls basketball’s upcoming season

Stepping outside of comfort zones: a preview of the girls basketball’s upcoming season

Becca Winton, Staff Writer

December 12, 2016


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The Carlisle High School girls basketball team is shaping up for a great season. Both the coach and the players have high expectations for the season and have a hope to reach outside of their comfort zones to do what has not been done in many years. This will be Coach Gabrielle Guynan’s second season...

CHS Swimming and diving team expected to have a winning season

CHS Swimming and diving team expected to have a winning season

Maya Daye, Staff Writer

December 12, 2016


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Carlisle High School’s long-awaited swimming season is finally here, and many people are excited about it, including the new coach. Tara Young, CHS swim coach says that her favorite part about coaching the swim team is “being able to see how much they improve from the beginning of the season...

Born ready: winter basketball season starts

Born ready: winter basketball season starts

Griffin O'Hagan, Staff Writer

November 16, 2016


Filed under Sports

CHS is about to head into another boy's basketball season for the winter of 2016. We have returning players and new players alike, ready and prepared to take the court. After an off-season one has to wonder what exactly have these guys been doing? It seems to most that they would take this time to re...

Athlete of the Month: Eric Harris

Athlete of the Month: Eric Harris

Rowan Young, Editor-in-Chief

November 13, 2016


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Due to popular demand, we're bringing back our Athlete of the Month feature!  Check out our first installment, a Q&A with varsity football quarterback, senior Eric Harris.   Q1: How long have you been playing? A1:  9 years. Q2:  How do you display leadership on and off the field...

Celebrating victory: The girls tennis team made it to team districts

Celebrating victory: The girls tennis team made it to team districts

Daija Berry, Staff Writer

November 11, 2016


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This past year, the CHS girls tennis team had a triumphant season, both on and off the court. They bonded with each other and as a result, they were able to make a lot of great memories. "The top 3 varsity players of this season were freshman Meg Ulrich, sophomore Olivia Gorak-Lacquement, and senior...

CHS trainer Richard “Burkie” Burkholder honored for years of service

CHS trainer Richard “Burkie” Burkholder honored for years of service

Rowan Young, Editor in Chief

November 4, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Sports

In high school athletics, injuries are almost as common as scoring points.  Athletic trainers are the heroes on the sidelines who are always ready to combat injuries in any high school sport. Richard “Burkie” Burkholder is the head athletic trainer for CHS Athletics and was recently inducted...

Young swims to success (Profile)

Young swims to success (Profile)

Meg Tate, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016


Filed under Seniors, Showcase, Sports

Elizabeth Young is a senior at Carlisle High School but she doubles as an athlete as well.  Young participates on both the volleyball and swim teams. Young has seen a lot of success on the swim team, especially last year when she was a major contributor on the team who shared a three-way tie for...

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