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Caught looking: What impact will the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal have on all major sports? (Editorial)

Caught looking: What impact will the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal have on all major sports? (Editorial)

Jarrett Wilson, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

When many sports fans think of scandals, they immediately go to the New England Patriots in the NFL but that very well may not be the case anymore. The Astros appear to have completely ruined the public's view on themselves and Major League Baseball with their latest scandal, resulting in 3 MLB managers...

Circling the Big Apple: Girls indoor track heads to Nationals

Circling the Big Apple: Girls indoor track heads to Nationals

Sam Salomone, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

The Carlisle Girls indoor track team is set to run circles around the competition in New York City. The team of Sophia Toti, Savannah Hossfeld, Sophie Salomone, and Karlie Powell will compete in the 4 x 1-mile relay race at The Indoor Track National Championships on March 14 in the Big Apple.  ...

Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, episode 3

Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, episode 3

Jarrett Wilson, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

In episode three of Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, he sits down with CHS wrestlers Rafael Portilla and Colton Zimmerman, right before they compete at the 2020 state competition.  

Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, episode 2

Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, episode 2

Jarrett Wilson, Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

In episode two of Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, he sits down with his older brother Joe Wilson, who is the head wrestling coach for the Thundering Herd. They go on to talk about the great season the Herd had this year and the bright future they envision for both the team and the sport of...

February Female Athlete of the Month: Jenna Trolinger

February Female Athlete of the Month: Jenna Trolinger

Jarrett Wilson, Staff Writer

February 11, 2020

  Senior Jenna Trolinger is our Female Athlete of the Month. Trolinger has been a varsity cheerleader for all four years of her high school career. This year she was the team captain for the Carlisle Cheerleading team leading them to the PIAA state tournament. She was also able to overcome a...

February Male Athlete of the Month: Rafael Portilla

February Male Athlete of the Month: Rafael Portilla

Jarrett Wilson, Staff Writer

February 11, 2020

UPDATE 3.10.20 at 12:33pm: Portilla placed third at the PIAA Class 3A Individual Wrestling Championships. He is only the 14th wrestler in CHS history to medal at this championship. Congratulations Raf! Senior Rafael Portilla is our male athlete of the month. This has been a historic month for the Th...

Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, episode 1

Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, episode 1

Jarrett Wilson, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

For the first episode of Periscope Sports Talk, host Jarrett Wilson sits down with Carlisle boys basketball coach Andre Anderson on how his life journey led to coaching the Thundering Herd and what fans have to look forward to in the future.  

Charting a new course: three cross country seniors sign with future colleges

Charting a new course: three cross country seniors sign with future colleges

Periscope staff

November 13, 2019

Three of the fastest students at CHS have committed to blazing new trails in the future, as they officially signed with their prospective colleges as part of the National Letter of Intent Early Signing Day ceremony, held in the Gene Evan Gymnasium at 3pm on Wed Nov 13. ...

October Athlete of the Month: Casey Padgett

October Athlete of the Month: Casey Padgett

Jarrett Wilson, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

Senior Casey Padgett’s last season for the Herd has been a special one. After the departure of former CHS cross country captain Jack Wisner, Padgett has stepped into a strong leadership role on the team. Padgett won the Boys’ Cross Country Mid-Penn Championship race on October 12 and set a career...

A lack of lockers: Let our sports teams have their own space (Editorial)

A lack of lockers: Let our sports teams have their own space (Editorial)

Emma Santillo, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

The 2019 fall sports season has left many teams without having a locker room.    The field hockey and tennis player along with the cheerleaders all were left with no locker rooms this season. This is a problem because those of us who play on those teams have to change in the bathrooms and have ...

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