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MIAA Tournament Brackets are out!!

Click here to view the MIAA tournament bracket.  CC is ranked #7.  We play Mansfield (#10) on Friday the 18th.  A win brings us to the quarterfinals and a game against King Phillip Regional on Monday the 21st.

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CCCHS Ranked #5 – One Game at at Time!

FOCCGL thought we'd share the current standings, which will no doubt psych you up even further to support the squad in their remaining regular season games & the MIAA tournament. Go CC! Massachusetts State Rankings # School Ovr.   1 Walpole 17-1   2 Westwood 17-1   3 Needham 12-5   4 Notre Dame Academy (Hingham) 15-5 5 Concord-Carlisle (Concord) 13-3 6 Bromfield/Parker Charter (Harvard) 12-2 7 Longmeadow 12-4 8 Franklin 14-2 9 Wellesley 13-4 10 Minnechaug Regional (Wilbraham) 12-3-1 11 Cohasset 12-3 12 Wayland 13-4 13 Norwell 12-5 14 Lincoln-Sudbury (Sudbury) 11-5 15 Natick 9-3 16 Duxbury 12-5 17 Agawam 12-3 18 Algonquin Regional (Northborough) 10-5 19 Reading Memorial (Reading) 16-2 20 Dover-Sherborn (Dover) 12-3 21 Chelmsford (North Chelmsford) 14-4 22 North Andover 13-4 23 Marblehead 11-4 24 Ipswich 11-3 25 Lexington 14-2

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In her first year as Concord-Carlisle’s coach, Erin Cash optimistic about team’s future

This article was originally posted on the Boston Globe | By Riley Overend Globe Correspondent,April 10, 2019, 9:18 p.m. Erin Cash is new to the Dual Valley Conference, but the Concord-Carlisle first-year coach still hears what people around the league are saying about her girls’ lacrosse team this year. Over the offseason, the Patriots lost longtime head coach Paul Morrison and graduated seven senior starters, including their leading goal scorer and distributor, Payton Vaughn , who now starts at Yale as a freshman. “People might look at Concord-Carlisle this year as a rebuilding program,” Cash said. “I’ve heard that a bunch. We had a conversation today — rebuilding what? There’s no such thing as rebuilding.” Cash, who played at Boston College, is an architect of sorts in the regional lacrosse community. At Brooks, she turned a sub-.500 squad into back-to-back-to-back ISL champions. When she moved to Thayer Academy, she added two more ISL titles with undefeated seasons in 2010 and 2012. After spending four years away from the high school scene to complete her Certificate of Graduate Studies and raise her four children, she’s now tasked with constructing another title contender around junior Fallon Vaughn , Payton’s younger sister, and…

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Car Wash May 4th

The CCHS Girls' Lacrosse Teams are sponsoring a car wash (and vacuum) at Crosby's on Saturday, May 4nd from 10-3 pm. The rain date is Sunday, May 5th from 10-3 pm.  Come get your car cleaned and support the girls' lacrosse program! Hope to see you at Crosby's!

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