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The 2015 NBA Finals

June 8, 2015
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The 2015 NBA Finals

It’s that time of year again, NBA finals! Last night was Game 2 of the finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The finals kicked off with a neck-and-neck, nail-biting first game that went into overtime and resulted in a win for the Golden State Warriors. Game 1 of this year’s playoffs...
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Welcome Class of 2019!

June 1, 2015
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Welcome Class of 2019!

Concord Carlisle High School will welcome a new class of freshman in the fall. Whether you’re coming from Carlisle, Peabody, Sanborn, Boston, a private school, or elsewhere, we hope you’ll find high school an exciting and rewarding experience. The transition from middle school to high school can be overwhelming at times.  I remember the...
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Should College Athletes Be Paid?

November 24, 2014
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Should College Athletes Be Paid?

College sports have become massive franchises for many schools, bringing vast donations from alumni and huge merchandise sales. Money brought in from ticket sales, donations, and media rights drive college sports, and the athletic departments of countless schools. According to Marc Edelman from CUNY, data has shown that revenue from college athletics often exceeds the...
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Softball Coach Lisa McGloin Bats 300… Wins!

May 27, 2014
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Softball Coach Lisa McGloin Bats 300… Wins!

  Late in the afternoon of Memorial Day yesterday, head coach of the CCHS Varsity Softball team Lisa McGloin secured her 300th career win as CC topped St. Mary’s High School 3-2, away at Lynn. The poster had been prepared and was ready to go when the team secured the next win, during their last...
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Varsity Girls Lacrosse Doesn’t Back Down

May 19, 2014
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Varsity Girls Lacrosse Doesn’t Back Down

The CC Girls Lacrosse team has been powering through in a great season so far in the challenging Dual County League, which is one of the top two girls lacrosse leagues in Massachusetts. The teams in this league are always in the competition for league honors and state sectional titles. The season started off...
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Stanley Cup: First Round Summary and Second Round Predictions

May 5, 2014
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Stanley Cup: First Round Summary and Second Round Predictions

 Co-Written with Jonathan Severns. FIRST ROUND The East: The President’s Trophy-winning Boston Bruins took Detroit Red Wings in five games, 4-1. The Bruins dropped the first game 1-0 but proceeded to win by large margins in the next four. The Bruins now face long time Original Six rivals, the Montreal Canadiens, who swept the...
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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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