Month: December 2010

Girls’ varsity basketball psyched for winter season

As the fall sports season concludes, the captains and coach of the girls’ varsity basketball team look ahead to the excitement and challenges of the upcoming season. With practices picking up and their first game on December 14 at Acton-Boxborough Regional…

Football team reflects on loss at Gillette

On Saturday, December 4, the Concord-Carlisle High School football team rallied at Gillette Stadium with their spirits high. The CC Patriots faced the Duxbury Green Dragons in the MIAA Division 2 Superbowl. At the end of an intense game, despite…

Senior Powderpuff undefeated streak continues

On Tuesday, November 23rd, CCHS hosted its annual Powderpuff Football Game for senior and junior girls.  Though the juniors put up a fight, in the end, it was the class of 2011 who pulled off the perennial victory.  The seniors…

CCHS graduate earns Purple Heart

Lieutenant Kyle Snook has recently returned to Concord due to an injury after spending the past few months serving in a rural community located in Southern Afghanistan.  Snook, a 2004 CCHS graduate, attended the United States Military Academy and trained…

Walking for water

How many miles would you walk for water? On Friday, November 12, twenty-one students and adults participated in the first ever Walk4Water. Led by Victoria Vierstra ’11, the event was held as an effort to help the non-profit organization called…

CC students celebrate school pride

In the week leading up to Thanksgiving, CCHS students and faculty showed their CC enthusiasm by participating in the various festivities of Spirit Week. Starting the Thursday before Thanksgiving with Boston Pride day, students dressed up in a series of…