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The student news site of Carlisle High School


The student news site of Carlisle High School


The school year is starting to fade as Seniors are preparing for their imminent futures in the real world. This gallery is intended to be an ode, and evoke feelings of nostalgia and time passing.

A Memory Fades (A Senior’s Perspective)

Noah Guillaume, Staff Writer April 29, 2024

If you would like to use any of these photos as you reflect on your own experience at Carlisle High School, please credit Noah Guillaume. Here is a link to the unedited images and some extras.

FEATURED: Top Row (left to right) junior Levi Smith, freshman Joshua Smith, junior Molly Renninger, and senior Cassidy Dillon
Bottom Row (left to right) freshman Julia Ring, senior Amelia Hough, sophomore Ana Bondy, and sophomore Cooper Maschmeyer are captured taking action in their sport.

Fall Sports Recap: Debriefing the Season

Sunderlyn Griffie and Isabelle Berriman November 9, 2023

The Carlisle fall sports teams started practicing early on, putting in time over the summer, through the countless hot days, and now, as the days get cooler, their season comes to a close. When asking...

FLOWERS FOR ALL: All six hoco-court nominees pose with bouquets of flowers and smiles.

Disco Reflections: Homecoming Week Recap

Jenna Coller, Editor-in-Chief October 15, 2023

Every year, the week of the Homecoming game and dance is chaotic at CHS, with Student Council held events and spirit week, a Wingin' It show, the Powderpuff Game, and each Class Council pulling together...

SET HIKE: The Carlisle football team prepares to snap the ball on Friday, October 7 against State College.

Hungry for a Win: Carlisle Football hopes to snap six game losing streak against CV

Hannah Stoner, Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2023

Carlisle High School’s homecoming football game was held on Friday, October 7 in Ken Millen Stadium. The Herd went into the game with a five game losing streak, and extended that losing streak to six....

Coach Cook guides the players into position during practice on Wednesday, September 6.

Focusing on the little things: Spotlight on new football coach, Brandon Cook

Mason Neal, Staff Writer September 8, 2023

After a 6-5 season last fall, Carlisle High School football is back this year with new head coach, Brandon Cook, at the helm. Appointed after former coach, Brett Ickes's retirement, Cook is no stranger...

The Herd storm the field prior to game against Governor Mifflin.

The Herd Head into an Emotional Game Against Altoona while Keeping Playoff Hopes Alive

Bryce Wolaver, Staff Writer October 17, 2022

Coming off of a huge road victory against CV, the Herd find themselves in playoff contention. Carlisle beat Cumberland Valley 26-20 on Friday, October 14th to secure their first win against the Eagles...

Weighing Down: Weights in the fitness room are lined up, ready to be used by the students of CHS.

Sweat now, succeed later: Football starts off-season training

Shayna Rhoads, Staff Writer February 21, 2019

The Carlisle High School football team is looking to start next season strong with some off-season training. Both returning players and students who are considering playing are able to go to the training...

Sports are reported by a variety of different news castings.  However, some sports get more stories reported on than other ones.

Flying above and below: different sports and their reports (Editorial)

Michael Raphael, Staff writer February 14, 2019

Sports in the news do not always get the recognition they deserve.  These stories seem to come in bunches across the news but some fade into the darkness quickly.  Everybody knows about big games like...

Coach Brian Warner leads a drill at practice.  He is one of the new coaches this season.

Boys football adapts to coaching changes

Claire Whalen, Sports Writer October 9, 2017

This year's senior football players at Carlisle High School have had an interesting four years on the team.    It all began their freshman year when the freshman football team was cut.  It wasn’t...

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