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CChaos Prepares for Amherst Invite

April 14, 2014
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CChaos Prepares for Amherst Invite

The Concord-Carlisle Ultimate Frisbee team CChaos is on the road to their biggest tournament of the season: the Amherst Invitational, with an extremely competitive pool of teams. Ultimate Frisbee is played with 7 players a side on a football-like field. The basic rules are that players can’t run with the disc and that they try...
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Baseball Swings Strong

April 14, 2014
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Baseball Swings Strong

This year’s Varsity Baseball Team looks to have a very solid season and made the playoffs for the first time in 5 years. The team is motivated to have a successful season and is led by captain Carter Reed’14 and captain John Carroll’15. Carroll say, “We have a young team, only one senior, so...
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The Voice‘s March Madness 2014 Predictions

March 24, 2014
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The Voice‘s March Madness 2014 Predictions

With the $1 billion bracket challenge this year for March Madness, 11 million brackets were submitted to ESPN with high hopes of becoming the first person ever to complete a perfect bracket. Of all the brackets submitted, only 3.3% of brackets remained valid after the first game of the second day, when No. 14...
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Top Ten Games from March Madness Thus Far

March 24, 2014
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Top Ten Games from March Madness Thus Far

It has been a crazy tournament so far. These are the top ten games that have shaped this year’s March Madness. Round of 64 games Dayton over Ohio State: This game started March Madness off with a bang. With 15 seconds left, Aaron Craft hit a layup putting Ohio State up by one. Dayton...
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Tennis Champs Seek to Defend Title

March 24, 2014
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Tennis Champs Seek to Defend Title

With the hope of warm weather in the near future, the CCHS Girls Tennis Team is eagerly anticipating their spring season. This year, the team isn’t expecting many changes, as no seniors graduated from last year’s Varsity team. The full roster is back for tryouts at the Thoreau Club hoping to secure their spots....
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American League East Predictions

March 17, 2014
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American League East Predictions

Spring training has begun, which means warm weather is coming (even if it doesn’t feel like it).  September seems eons away, but here is my predicted finishes for all of the teams in the Major Leagues. I will break it down by division and, today, I will start with the American League East. Predictions...
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Victorious CCHS Varsity Boys Basketball in state finals!

March 10, 2014
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Victorious CCHS Varsity Boys Basketball in state finals!

The CCHS Men’s basketball team continues its victorious journey to the state finals after defeating Longmeadow in Springfield on last night. The team will play New Mission High School Saturday afternoon, March 15th, at the DCU Center in Worcester for the state title. The game will be at 4 PM.  Captains Blaine Taylor ’14 and...
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Sochi 2014: Who to Watch in Men’s and Women’s Figure Skating

February 10, 2014
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Sochi 2014: Who to Watch in Men’s and Women’s Figure Skating

Figure skating is one of the most popular events at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. Great talents are set to skate some of their best performances and young competitors are expected to surprise the world.   Here is a list of some of the favorites:   LADIES Julia Lipnitskaia- This 15 year old competitor...
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Super Bowl XLVIII

February 4, 2014
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Super Bowl XLVIII

This year’s Super Bowl featured the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. There was so much hype and many storylines leading up to the big game this year. The biggest storyline was the debate over whether the number 1 defense (Seahawks) or the number 1 offense (Broncos) would win. There was also Richard Sherman’s...
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CC Puck 2014!

January 6, 2014
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CC Puck 2014!

It’s that time of year again.  The air is a bit cooler, the wind a little harsher and the fans a bit rowdier; that’s right – it’s CC Puck season.  Last season, the CC Patriots went toe-to-toe with some of the best teams in the state tournament, with a deep playoff run that ended...
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