The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 27, 2009


Girls cross-country took third in league and Eastern Mass meet

After taking third in both the Dual County League (DCL) Championship Meet and Eastern Massachusetts State Meet, the CCHS Girls Cross-country Team qualified for the MIAA State Meet for the seventh time in nine years for a strong finish to an impressive season. Captains Marree Budris, Kaytee Curran, Meredith Lorch and Anna Stabler, along with Head Coach Hannah ...more

Girls volleyball won league title

The CCHS Girls Varsity Volleyball team continued their winning trend in the 2009 season by capturing its second consecutive Dual County League (DCL) Small School title and qualifying for the MIAA Division 1 State Tournament for the seventh time in the last eight years. The team finished the regular season with an overall record of 8-8 and an even more impressive ...more

Girls varsity soccer victorious in first round of play-offs

The CCHS Girls Varsity Soccer Team ended the season with ten wins, four ties and seven losses. Starting off the season with challenging opponents from Acton-Boxborough, Westford Academy and Lincoln-Sudbury, the CCHS varsity team played well throughout the season, making it to the first round of play-offs. ...more

Field hockey team worked well together on and off the field

Competing in the high-caliber Dual County League (DCL), the CCHS Girls Varsity Field Hockey Team finished the regular season with an underappreciated record of 5-12-1. What the record doesn’t show is the difficult competition in a league led by such formidable foes as 2008 State Champions, Weston and 2009 State Champions, Acton-Boxborough. In addition, the ...more

Boys soccer team are state champs

State Champions! That’s what the CCHS Men’s Soccer Team became for the second time in recent history. After beating Sandwich 1-0 last Thursday, the team prevailed again, over Palmer, in the State Championship game on Sunday. Carlisle resident Will Toczylowski scored the winning goal in the 69th minute to lift the Patriots to their second state title in ...more

Football scored a winning record by Alex Doig

The Concord-Carlisle Football Team’s 2009 season of ups and downs is coming to a close. The team will look to go eight and three for the year, playing their last game of the regular season on Thanksgiving Day against Bedford. If the Patriots can successfully down the Bedford Buccaneers, they will qualify for the play-offs and have a chance to play in the ...more

Carlisle players were key to golf team success

Last year, the CCHS Golf Team won the Division II State Championships. This year the team placed fourth, which is no small accomplishment and there were other factors that made this season memorable. ...more

Cross-country team fared well at states

The CCHS Boys Varsity Cross-country Team had a great season. It was undefeated in the Dual County League (DCL.) The team had a lot of depth, with eight strong runners, including seniors Phil Lavely, Kevin Clarke and junior Tim Lamere, all from Carlisle and four runners from Concord. ...more

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