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March Athlete of the Month: Sam Candland

March Athlete of the Month: Sam Candland

Michael Raphael, Sports Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Sports

March’s athlete of the month is Sam Candland.   Candland is a senior varsity volleyball player who looks to be a key contributor and leader this year.  He was a first team all-conference player last year and looks to repeat the feat this year. Candland will be attending Southern Virginia University to...

Jumping through the differences: Indoor vs. outdoor track and field

Jumping through the differences: Indoor vs. outdoor track and field

Karolena Santiago, Sports Writer

March 1, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Track athletes have the option of participating in indoor and/or outdoor track, depending on what season it is.  However, they do have to deal with the transitions of the season. If athletes participate in indoor track, they most likely are also planning on participating in outdoor track.  Bot...

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

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

Shayna Rhoads, Sports Writer

February 21, 2019


Filed under Sports

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 sessions.   The practices are an effort for the team to have the best possible season in the upc...

Shooting stars: Catching up with freshman Dylan Young (Video)

Shooting stars: Catching up with freshman Dylan Young (Video)

Lillianne Hogsten, Photography Editor

February 18, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

In 2019, Dylan Young was the only freshman to make the varsity basketball team.  The 5'11" shooting guard recently sat down with Periscope's Lillianne Hogsten to share his thoughts on the season, the Carlisle Crazies, and his hopes for future seasons. ...

February Athlete of the Month: Bryce Dunkelberger

February Athlete of the Month: Bryce Dunkelberger

Meg Tate, Sports Editor

February 15, 2019


Filed under Sports

February’s athlete of the month is Bryce Dunkelberger.  A senior, Dunkelberger was a large part of the wrestling team’s successes during this season.  Dunkelberger has been a competitor on the high school team ever since he was a freshman. With the Sectionals Tournament coming up this weekend,...

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

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

Michael Raphael, Sports Writer

February 14, 2019


Filed under Sports

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 the Super Bowl or tournaments like the World Cup and Wimbledon, but others that may have deeper soc...

Wishes come true: Eleven student-athletes sign with future schools

Wishes come true: Eleven student-athletes sign with future schools

Periscope staff

February 7, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

11 seniors took a step closer to achieving their dreams of participating in collegiate-level athletics today, Feb 7, when they signed their official letters of intent during National Signing Day. This group is one of the largest to sign during the winter signing day in several years.  Some of them...

Boys basketball celebrates senior night with a win

Boys basketball celebrates senior night with a win

Shayna Rhoads

February 7, 2019


Filed under Sports

On Feb 5, CHS boys’ varsity played their final home game against State College.  This game was also very special to the seniors. “It [will be] a huge game for our seven seniors who have given their all and put in their blood, sweat, and tears to the Carlisle Basketball Program for four years!”...

The dynasty continues but at what cost? How the Patriots’ win is a loss for the NFL (Editorial)

The dynasty continues but at what cost? How the Patriots’ win is a loss for the NFL (Editorial)

Carter Smith, Staff Writer

February 5, 2019


Filed under Perspectives, Showcase

When many Americans think about a sports dynasty, the first thing that comes to mind is the New England Patriots. Ever since Tom Brady took over as the starting quarterback in 2001, the Patriots have clinched 17 division titles, 14 AFC Championship appearances, 9 Super Bowl appearances, and a most im...

Steroids in sports: Not just national news (Editorial)

Steroids in sports: Not just national news (Editorial)

Meg Tate, Sports Editor

February 4, 2019


Filed under Sports

With the 2020 Tokyo Olympics approaching quickly, there are some aspects of sports that become more prominent, including the upsurge of steroid presence.  Athletes feel an unrelenting amount of pressure to earn a chance to represent their respective countries. Each time the Olympics roll around there is ...

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