Month: June 2013

Girls Tennis Swings Into Second Straight Championship

The top seeded Girls Tennis team won their second straight Division 2 State Championship this Saturday against Hingham, 3-2. Isabella Stone ’15 won second singles (6-2, 6-2) and Meredith Block ’16 won third singles (6-0, 6-1). Second doubles, Hailey Hoffman…

Staying Safe in the Sun

In today’s society, there is a common obsession with having attractive, sun-kissed skin. However, some people just aren’t meant to be tanned, and they burn instead. I still see people with painful, red sunburns on their shoulders, necks, and faces…

Viva La Clase de 2013!

On Saturday, June 8th, CC seniors reached the culmination of their high school years. Friends, families, and the faculty gathered in the upper gym to see the seniors off. The graduation band played “Pomp and Circumstance” as the faculty went…

Girls Lacrosse Season Ends With a Twist

Despite a rough season consisting of several major injuries to some of the Patriots’ most skilled starters, and what lawpower.com has dubbed the 5th most difficult Division 1 Girls Lacrosse Schedule in the state (behind only Andover, Westwood, Notre Dame,…

“We Are All The Same” at CC – Learning from the Dalai Lama

Amidst the confetti of congratulatory sayings and nostalgic farewells at the graduation ceremony this past Saturday, many speakers also reminded the people sitting in the sweaty, hot gym about the graffiti incident earlier in the year. I recently had the…

CC Pops Says Goodbye to Seniors

Last Friday night, May 31st, the CC cafeteria was prepared for the CC Pops concert, held every year on the day that the seniors graduate. The tables were covered in maroon table cloths, twinkling lights were hung on the ceiling, every…

CCHS Mourns the Loss of Alumna Briana Bigby

Briana Bigby, 23, was killed in a double shooting in Roxbury on Saturday, June 1. Bigby is remembered by family and friends as a hard-working and ambitious young woman who had a very bright future ahead of her. Unfortunately, that future…

Rivers and Revolutions Collaborates with the Concord Museum

As one of the five stewardships of the Rivers and Revolutions program, the Evolution of Learning in the community gallery of the Concord Museum was organized by eight Rivers students. Stewardships are opportunities for students to study out of the…

CC’s Softball Team Dominates

CC has many strong sport teams, but our softball team has achieved especially notable successes this season.  The list of the team’s accomplishments is long (and incomplete as of yet, with playoffs for the state title still in progress) and…