The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, February 4, 2005


Congressman Marty Meehan (right) congratulates Sean DeBruzzi of Autumn Lane. DeBruzzi, a CCHS senior, was nominated by Congressman Meehan and accepted to the U.S. Air Force Academy. (Courtesy photo)

FASHION PLATE. This flashy dresser displays what the well-dressed snowwoman is wearing this season. (Photo by Betsy Fell)

DOGGED PERSISTENCE. A black Lab makes his determined way through Carlisle's deep snow. On Wednesday, the groundhog predicted another six weeks of winter. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)


CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYERS. The Concord-Carlisle Squirt 2/3 boys tourney team participated in the Groton Tournament in the Woods during Christmas vacation. The team played hard and made it to the championship game in the Squirt Adams Division and lost 3-1 to Hollis, NH. Pictured are (front row) Seamus Vahey, Ben Crosby, Ranger Beguelin, Owen Maron, Phil Mitchell, Anthony Giordano, (second row) Dan Razionale, Zack Rubenstein, Michael Cuoco, Robert Shapiro, Nick Brozowski, Kevin Jin, Matthew Boudreau, (third row) Coach Fred Rubenstein, Coach Regis Boudreau and Coach Ed Maron.

GREAT FIRST SEASON. Newly-formed Concord-Carlisle Youth Hockey (CCYH) Girls Tournament Team traveled to Natick during a blizzard to compete in the Fifth Annual William Chase Girls Tournament on December 26 and 27. The CCYH team finished with a strong 2-2 record in the Girls U-10/U-12 Division. They beat Arlington in their first game, lost a close game to Acton-Boxborough 2-1 in the second round, lost a heartbreaker to Natick in the third game, and beat Arlington a second time in the consolation match. Pictured are (first row) Greta White, Sammy Hirshland, Sarah Milofsky, (second row) Ellie Beguelin, Rebecca Moore, Sarah Bagley, Sabrina Bohrer, Eliza Noyes, Isabelle Williams, (back row) Coach Barbara Moore, Katherine Hreib, Caitlin Canty, Jenny Robinson, Whitney Jones, Jackie Saideh, Coach Roy Hirshland, Coach Mike Milofsky (missing from photo, Victoria Moore).


OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS. Students and parents talk with exhibitors at the annual Summer Opportunities and Jobs Fair held Monday at Concord-Carlisle High School. (Photo by Mike Quayle)

HE TAKES PICTURES OF THE STARS. Amateur astronomer Steve Golson of Stearns Street (on right) shared his photos of the stars and planets with townspeople at the Carlisle Lunch Group at Union Hall on Wednesday. Fontaine Richardson (on left) organizes the Lunch Group events. (Photo by Rik Pierce)


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