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The student news site of Carlisle High School


The student news site of Carlisle High School


LEADERSHIP: (left to right) Maia Ianuzzi, Addysen Fitzgerald, and Aliah Ring show their leadership and performance on and off the soccer field.

Girls Soccer: How the team performs on and off the field

Isabelle Berriman, Sports Editor October 25, 2023

With the girls soccer season moving on to district playoffs, it makes one wonder how it was all manageable. How are they able to compete and perform well in school? Do they have good performance on and...

FULL STEAM AHEAD: Senior Sejla Podzic dribbles the ball down the field passing a Red Land defender. Podzic was the top scorer for the team with 15 goals at the end of regular season play.

Leaving it all on the field: Carlisle girls soccer finishes season with 17-5 record, state tourney appearance

Hannah Stoner, Editor-in-Chief November 19, 2021

Carlisle High School’s girls soccer team made it all the way to the state playoffs this season. The last time the team made it to the state tournament was in 2012 when the sport was still played in the...

Seniors Deonte Ramsey and Isaiah Banks thank Coach Owens and Coach Andre for helping them throughout their high school basketball career.

Boys basketball has great season but falls short in playoffs

David Delp, Sports writer February 25, 2015

Despite a successful 2014-2015 boy’s basketball season, the team ultimately fell in the Round of 16 to Northeastern, 56-49. Senior starter Jake Milligan said about the loss, “They were a lot...

After an intense season, the 2014 NBA Playoffs will surely be just as interesting.

Will the NBA Playoffs be a slam dunk or an airball? (Editorial)

Tyler Galaskas, Sports editor April 17, 2014

The National Basketball Association had an incredibly intriguing 2014 season. From the worst losing streak in NBA history to multiple teams fulfilling their expectations, the NBA playoffs for 2014 were...

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