Wednesday, May 22, 2013
A tough loss to Shrewsbury snuffed out Concord-Carlisle's postseason chances, but the Patriots ended the season with an impressive win over a tough Framingham squad.
Wednesday, May 22
Patriots End Season On High Note After losing to Shrewsbury Monday by one goal thus dashing any hopes for a Division 1 playoff run, the Patriots (8-9-1) rebounded in strong fashion Tuesday by defeating No. 10 ranked Framingham (14-4) 15-13 at Doug White Field. Concord-Carlisle looked both strong and confident in their final game as they competed at the highest level against an athletic and stealthy Flyer team. Once again junior captain Allie Barrett led the charge, racking up 5 goals and 2 assists while Becca Olsen and Emma Mahoney both added 3 goals each. Back in the lineup for CC were starters Center Hannah Dudley, who collected 1 goal, 5 draw controls and 3 ground balls, and Sophomore Lexi Goodhue who had 3 tallies of her own with her…
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
The Patriots went 1-2 in last week's lacrosse action.
The following was provided on behalf of the Concord-Carlisle High School girls lacrosse program. It’s been a tough season for the CCHS Girls Lacrosse team. With only one senior starter returning and several young, athletic but inexperienced varsity players in the 2013 lineup, Coach Morrison knew in many respects this would be a re-building year for his team. What was not expected however, were the injuries which continued to pile up and plague the team. With four starters out this week, the timing could not have been worse for CC as they faced Dual County League rival Wayland. Going into Monday’s game the Warriors were 8-1-1, with only a 14-8 loss to undefeated Westford Academy and a 12-12 tie to the Patriots. With starting center Hannah …
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Concord-Carlisle tops Natick High 12-8 in girls varsity lacrosse action.
The following information was provided on behalf of the Concord-Carlisle High School girls lacrosse program. The Concord-Carlisle girls lacrosse team found their step again on Monday, April 29, defeating the Natick Red Hawks 10-7 at Doug White Field. Having come off two close losses, the Patriots were determined to get back on track. CC Midfielders Becca Olsen and Hannah Dudley led the charge with 3 goals, 1 assist each, while freshman Attack Brianna Stout contributed another 3 goals. Attack Lexi Goodhue also chipped in a goal. Patriot goalie Conley Ernst was again superb in net making 11 saves and earning a 58 percent save average. Defensively, the Patriots displayed their typical physical style game. Lucy Fell, Tessa Dibble, Johanna O’…
Monday, April 29, 2013
Algonquin edges Concord-Carlisle, 12 - 11 in Saturday's girls varsity lacrosse action.
The following was provided on behalf of Concord-Carlisle High School girls varsity lacrosse. The Concord Carlisle girls lacrosse team fell just short Saturday in a close contest to last years Division 1 state finalist, Algonquin, 12-11. Senior Captain Kate Wyeth led the Patriots with 3 goals and 1 assist while Juniors Becca Olsen and Emma Mahoney each collected 3 goals. With continued injuries to three veteran starters, Coach Paul Morrison needed to rely heavily on his five freshmen players including Cassidy Hale, Brianna Stout, Madeline Leahy, Johanna O’Neil and Center Hannah Dudley, all of whom battled mightily and showed great composure in a very close match. Patriot Sophomore Goalie Conley Ernst had a standout game in net. Ernst …
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The CCHS varsity girls lacrosse squad earned a 12-8 win over Masconomet on Monday, April 22.
Wednesday, April 24
The following was provided on behalf of the Concord-Carlisle High School varsity girls lacrosse program. On an unseasonably cold and blustery day, the Concord-Carlisle Patriots (3-3-1) defeated the Masconomet Chieftains (4-2) 12-8 in Topsfield. The Patriots were led by freshmen Center Hannah Dudley who collected 4 goals, 3 assists and 5 draw controls. CC’s offense controlled much of the early game, outshooting Masco 9 shots to 3, which included hitting two crossbars and a side post. Defensively, Lucy Fell played exceptionally well for the Patriots as she was assigned faceguard duties on Masconomet's University of Florida-bound all-star Amy Arnold. Fell, in combination with Halle Burns and Johanna O’Neil, kept Arnold removed for much of the…
Monday, April 8, 2013
A win over Weston and a loss to Westford last week for the Patriots.
The following information was provided on behalf of CCHS Girls Lacrosse. Junior Captain Allie Barrett scored two goals and added four assists, while Sophomore Lexi Goodhue punched in five goals as Concord-Carlisle defeated Dual County League Small rival Weston 16-12 on Thursday. The Patriots broke out with a fast run early as Allie Barrett, Becca Olsen, Jenna Carlton, Emma Mahoney and Lexi Goodhue all found the back of Weston’s net within the first seven minutes of the game while the Wildcats scrambled to only muster a goal making it a 5-1 game. But Weston found their game winning the next seven draw controls and fought back to bring the game back within one goal. In an attempt to change the Wildcat’s momentum CC increased their …
Monday, April 9, 2012
Team defeats league rival 17-7 Thursday.
Monday, April 9, 2012
The Concord Carlisle Patriots (2-0) lacrosse team defeated their league rival, the Weston Wildcats (0- 1) 17-7 Thursday. The game began in dramatic fashion as each team matched their opponent goal for goal through the first twelve minutes. The Patriots played true to form as Attackers Caroline Donelan and Josie Morrison patiently and productively moved the ball around the eight, setting up plays and finding open players who took advantage of shooting opportunities. The Wildcats, however fought right back winning draw controls, utilizing their speed and turning them into fast break goals. Weston’s workhorse was Vanderbuilt-bound Senior Attacker Emma Degras who almost single handedly, kept Weston in the game. Coach Morrison- “We …
Monday, February 6, 2012
What were your favorite ads from Super Bowl 46? Take our poll or share your pick in the comments section below.
The Patriots’ last-minute drive wasn’t the only thing that fell short last night during Super Bowl 46. This year’s lineup of advertisements was like Gronk’s ankle: questionable. And today, as the Monday morning quarterbacks out there rehash Tom Brady’s imperfections, plenty of casual fans around coffee shops and water coolers will be dissecting the commercials, as well. While the immediate reaction was that this year’s ads collectively didn’t stack up against some storied lineups from the past, a few have been garnering positive reviews across the interwebs. Bud Light, for instance, played to both frat boys and animal lovers in its ad featuring Weego, a rescue dog who brings cold ones when called. And the brown M&M scored points for …
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Could you be a descendant, too?
Good morning and welcome to the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, one of the busiest travel days of the year. There will be nearly 42.5 million holiday travelers today and undoubtedly, a few of them will be coming here to Concord for Thanksgiving. Of course in the morning, well before Thanksgiving dinner, CCHS will be the place to be for the Patriots' game against Bedford. Our Patriots are undefeated, as you know, and it’s always good to watch a winning team. And yes, I know. I know. I know. The feature photo accompanying this post is pathetic, and I apologize. They can’t all be winners. But what about that one of The Bing and I? How does that tie in, you ask. Bear with me here. Saint or stranger? Here’s a little Thanksgiving trivia for you…
Friday, April 29, 2011
Patriots battle back, but lose to Bedford in eighth inning.
In a season seemingly filled with bad luck and worse bounces, the Concord-Carlisle High School baseball was bitten by both yet again on Wednesday afternoon. Trailing by two runs for most of their game against Bedford High School, the visiting Patriots tied the game in the top of the seventh inning, only to see the Buccaneers push the winning across in the bottom of the eighth for the 3-2 victory. The loss dropped C-C to a tough-luck 0-6 on the season. “Four and maybe five out of the six games have been respectable,” Patriots coach John Kelly said. “There was some bad luck in the first game against Billerica, but after that we’ve played everybody well.” Down two entering their final turn at bat, Andrew Della Volpe led off the top of the …