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Boston Support for the Olympics Chills

April 6, 2015
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Boston Support for the Olympics Chills

The Olympics were once viewed as a sign of international prestige and power. But given the rising financial burdens of the Olympics, many countries are withdrawing their bids to host the event. The 2020 Winter Olympics has only two bids: one from Kazakhstan and the other from China. Similarly, the 2024 Summer Olympics has...
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Ultimate Frisbee Gears Up for a Successful Season

April 6, 2015
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Ultimate Frisbee Gears Up for a Successful Season

While the snow is melting away on the Rideout field, the CCHAOS ultimate frisbee team takes its practices to the lower gym. The captains are preparing for the season by organizing indoor conditioning and training. This year, the team is expecting plenty of new players. During the first few days on the field, a total of seventy or...
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Kentucky Drops Out of March Madness Tournament

April 1, 2015
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Kentucky Drops Out of March Madness Tournament

In a shocking turn of events, the University of Kentucky Wildcats have made the decision to leave the NCAA mens’ basketball tournament. As for the reason, Coach John Calipari cited stress, but it is clear that something else must have caused this successful team to abruptly halt its march toward the title.  Some speculate...
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Don’t Waste Time—Buy Your Brady Insurance Today!

April 1, 2015
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Don’t Waste Time—Buy Your Brady Insurance Today!

Boston sports fans are hysterical this week, following Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady’s radical decision to leap from a fifty-foot cliff in Costa Rica into a waterfall basin.  His family documented the jump in a dramatic, slow motion video, which was shared with the world via Facebook on Saturday. Brady’s judgment, called into question by...
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Final Four Predictions After a Wild First Weekend

March 23, 2015
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Final Four Predictions After a Wild First Weekend

The first weekend of the NCAA men’s tournament has been characteristically entertaining. Teams like the Georgia St. Panthers and the UAB Blazers have shaken up the tournament and busted brackets around the world. Despite these upsets, most of the favorites have been as dominant as advertised. Kentucky, Duke and Wisconsin are still hunting for...
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Girls’ Lacrosse Team Looks to Start Strong

March 23, 2015
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Girls’ Lacrosse Team Looks to Start Strong

This Saturday, the Concord-Carlisle girls’ lacrosse team had their first competition of the season, when they traveled to Westwood for a pre-season “play-day.” Prior to Saturday, the team had not yet practiced on an actual field or with an actual goal. That being said, they played well, and beat King Phillips Academy. They also played...
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It’s that Time in March Again

March 16, 2015
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It’s that Time in March Again

68 teams heard their names called yesterday during Selection Sunday.  Those 68 teams will be playing in the NCAA men basketball tournament, colloquially known as March Madness, which will be filled with crazy upsets, historical runs, and one final champion at the end of it all.  Going into the tournament, there are several strong...
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Concord Carlisle Hockey Breaks Barriers

March 16, 2015
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Concord Carlisle Hockey Breaks Barriers

1-4-2.  That was the record of the Concord-Carlisle men’s hockey team at the start of January. With the new year, however, the team begin to hit its stride, accumulating victories against league opponents such as North Andover, Bedford, and Boston Latin. By mid-February, those numbers were a thing of the past, and the team cruised,...
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Unbeaten Kentucky Takes on March Madness

March 9, 2015
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Unbeaten Kentucky Takes on March Madness

In this crazy 2014- 2015 college basketball season, only one thing is certain: that Kentucky is quite simply the best. Unfazed by the lofty expectations, Kentucky has steamrolled their way to an undefeated regular season. With their 17 point win over Florida, Kentucky has finished the season 31-0, only the second time in program history....
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Boys Basketball Season Comes to a Close

March 9, 2015
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Boys Basketball Season Comes to a Close

Last Saturday, the Boys Basketball team’s season came to an end as they came up short against #1 seeded Marlboro in the Central Finals. This year marks the second straight year that the basketball team made it to the Central Finals. CC started off strong, taking an 8-point lead in the first few minutes....
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