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Coach Morrison on the 2018 Season

posted Jan 24, 2018, 1:53 PM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Jan 24, 2018, 4:12 PM ]

CCHS Girls Lacrosse Players,

 

Thanks for signing up for the 2018 girls high school lacrosse season. In 2017 CCHS was a top ten ranked program in Massachusetts, and exceeded preseason expectations by making the MIAA Division 1 East Sectional Championship Game. Our challenge is to build a program that can make it to the next level. Our signup/information meeting kicks off the lacrosse preseason. Congratulations to those of you who concluded a tremendous fall sports campaign at CCHS. The coaches want to recognize our student athletes who made honor roll during the first term. We wish the best of luck to those of you who start winter sports this week, and wish you all continued success in the classroom during the second academic term.

 

Recapping our November 21, 2017 preseason meeting. Fifty-six student athletes signed up to play girls lacrosse (see attached list). If you know of any of your classmates that would like to play lacrosse this spring, and are not on the sign up list, please forward them this email and have them contact me ASAP. 

 

Concord Carlisle Patriots
2018 Girls Lacrosse
“We Can. We Must. We Will.”
2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 DCL Small Champs
2015 DCL Large Champions
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 MIAA Tournament Participants
2009, 2011 MIAA Division 1 North Section Semifinalist
2014, 2017 MIAA Division 1 East Section Finalist
2015 MIAA Division 1 East Section Champions/Division 1 Final Four Participant

 

Program Philosophy: To be an elite high school lacrosse team with athletic ability and a strong desire to compete at the highest level. CCHS players will display raw athletic ability with a constant effort to improve their lacrosse skills. Coaches will work to improve all players at all levels. A continued commitment to excellence by coaches and players alike will motivate us to improve daily, and make our program strong enough to compete with the best teams in the state every year. Nine CCHS alums that bought into our philosophy during their high school lacrosse careers will be playing college lacrosse in 2018. 

 

In the past seven years this philosophy has been the foundation for our program to produce six High School All Americans, twenty-five High School Academic All Americans, five DCL Division Championships, seven MIAA Tournament appearances, and one MIAA Sectional Championship.

 

Varsity Team Goals:
- Immediately bound as a close-knit group. Create a family atmosphere where teammates lift each other up.
- Be the team that respects our competition and officials.
- Be the best conditioned team on the field for every game. We cannot be outworked or outrun!
- Bring game focus, attitude and speed from the outset to duration of every practice.
- Qualify for the MIAA Tournament
- Win DCL Large for first time since 2015
- Go unbeaten in DCL games
- Be a top two seed in the MIAA D1 East Tournament.
- Win a Sectional Championship 

 

Every goal listed is achievable when we come to every practice and game with a “team first” attitude.

 

Try-Outs:
Tryouts will start on Monday March 19, 2018. All CCHS lacrosse players will receive an equal chance to earn a spot within the program. Every Student athlete will receive at least a three-day tryout period. 

 

Varsity candidates must be complete players. Characteristics of the complete player include being athletic, tough, ambidextrous, coachable, eager to learn, fearless, conditioned, humble, vocal, confident, responsive to criticism, have the ability to play both offense and defense, and make their teammates better players.

 

There will be one timed distance run during varsity tryouts. A one and a half mile run with a target time under 13 minutes. In addition there will be multiple 100-yard sprints. Players selected to the varsity roster will be expected to run a lot! In any given practice we will run multiple sprints and/or distance runs over three miles.

 

Projected final cut date is March 21, 2018. If an extenuating circumstance arises and a player is not able to tryout during the allotted time, a coach reserves the right to extend a tryout to the player.

 

Expectations:
CCHS lacrosse players must show constant effort to improve their game, the team, and be good teammates and citizens of the CCHS community. You are students first, so you must remain in good academic standing at CCHS. Your coaches expect you will graduate as the best lacrosse player, student, and person you can be.

 

Commitment Level:
Patriot Lacrosse players must attend every game, practice, team meeting, film session, and strength & conditioning session as scheduled (unless listed as optional). Every player must be in school on time everyday. A player must never miss school, arrive tardy to school, miss practice or arrive to practice late unless excused by a member of the coaching staff ahead of time. Varsity players know this is a six-day a week commitment. As a member of the CCHS Girls Lacrosse Program you’re accepting the responsibility to give your time, effort, and commitment to your respective team as we pursue the goal of becoming a perennial state championship contending program.

 

April Vacation:
Students who choose to participate on the Varsity and JV-A CCHS teams will be expected to attend all games and practices over vacation. Missed games or practices (unless excused by a coach) will result in an equivalent game suspension upon return. The JV-B Team does not have lacrosse scheduled during break.

 

During April break we will be off Saturday and Sunday of Patriots Day Weekend (April 14-15). Varsity and JV-A will have games and practices throughout the rest of the vacation week with the exception of Friday and Saturday (April 20 and 21).

 

Bonafide Team Rule and MIAA Chemical Health:
All interscholastic athletic participants in Massachusetts must abide by these rules. You will sign a contract agreeing to do so in the spring. If you violate these rules the penalties are harsh. This contract is your word. Do not sign the contract and do not play lacrosse if you have no intention of abiding by these rules!

 

Transfers:
Students who have transferred into CCHS during this school year should make sure they have filled out a clearance form with AD Barry Haley or you will not be eligible to play.

 

Physicals:
You must have a current physical on file with the school nurse by the first day of tryouts in order to participate.  A current physical is one that is dated within thirteen months of your last physical.

 

BE PREPARED:
During this preseason you have three and a half months to get in lacrosse playing shape to put your best foot forward at tryouts. Use this time to condition your body and improve your stick skills. Seek out lacrosse clinics and conditioning opportunities throughout the winter. Sign up for them ASAP as they fill up fast. 

 

FOCCGL will be sponsoring two preseason programs. They will run a skills session at The Edge in Bedford starting in early January, and sponsor conditioning program for all CCHS spring athletes starting on Monday February 26, 2018 in the Maroon Practice Gym. The training sessions run from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM, and are followed by an hour of Captains Stick Practice. The dates for the training are 2/26/18, 2/28/18, 3/5/18, 3/7/18, 3/12/18, and 3/14/18. This training is optional but all lacrosse candidates are strongly encouraged to attend.

 

Work on conditioning and stick skills at home or with friends. We are so fortunate for our Lax Wall courtesy of CC at Play. A copy of a wall ball routine is attached to this document. Get used to this wall ball routine, and do it a lot! Remember if you work at lacrosse starting now you will put yourself in the best opportunity to succeed in March and throughout the season.

 

WE ARE CC!!!
 
Varsity Head Coach Paul Morrison                                                                        
Email: riverhawks86@hotmail.com                                                   

 

Assistant Varsity Coach Janice Kinney

Coach Morrison on the 2017 Season

posted Mar 20, 2017, 12:34 PM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Mar 22, 2017, 2:04 AM ]

CCHS Girls Lacrosse Players,  

Welcome to the 2017 girls high school lacrosse season. The signup/information meeting is the conclusion of the lacrosse offseason, and begins the preseason. Congratulations to those of you who just concluded a tremendous fall sports campaign. Cross Country, Volleyball, Field Hockey, and Soccer all did well in the postseason. Your coaches also want to recognize our student athletes who made honor roll during the first term. We wish the best of luck to those of you who will be starting a winter sport next week, and wish you all continued success in the classroom during the second academic term.


Concord Carlisle Patriots
2017 Girls Lacrosse
“Earned Not Given”

2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 DCL Small Champs
2015 DCL Large Champions
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 MIAA Tournament Participants
2009, 2011 MIAA Division 1 North Section Semifinalist
2014 MIAA Division 1 East Section Finalist
2015 MIAA Division 1 East Section Champions/Division 1 Final Four Participant

Program Philosophy: Our players and coaches know that to be successful at high school lacrosse it demands athletic ability and a strong desire to compete at the highest level. All CCHS lacrosse players will receive an equal chance to earn a spot within the program. The most successful CCHS players display raw athletic ability with a constant effort to improve their lacrosse abilities. Coaches will work to improve all players at all levels. A continued commitment to excellence by coaches and players alike will motivate us to improve daily, and make our program strong enough to compete with the best teams in the state every year.

In the past five years this philosophy has been the foundation for our program to produce three High School All Americans, twenty-one High School Academic All Americans, five DCL Division Championships, five MIAA Tournament appearances, and one MIAA Sectional Championship. 


VARSITY TEAM GOALS:
 
- Immediately foster a family atmosphere. Teammates must have one another’s back.
- Always be the team that respects our competition and officials.
- Always be the best conditioned team on the field in every game. We cannot be outworked or outrun!
- Always bring game focus, attitude and speed from the outset to duration of every practice.
- To win the DCL Large championship.
- To go undefeated against all DCL Teams, Large or Small.
- To be the number one seed in the MIAA East Playoffs.
- To win the MIAA D1 East Sectional Final and advance to the State Final Four.
- TO WIN THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Every goal listed is achievable if we come to each and every practice and game with a “team first” attitude.


TRY-OUTS:

Tryouts will start on Monday March 20, 2017. Every Student athlete will receive at least a three-day tryout period. While we would like to keep all players, roster sizes are limited. Varsity candidates must be complete players. Characteristics of the complete player include being athletic, tough, ambidextrous, coachable, eager to learn, fearless, conditioned, humble, vocal, confident, responsive to criticism, and having the ability to play both offense and defense.

There will be two timed distance runs during varsity tryouts. A one mile run with a target time of under 8.5 minutes, a two mile run with a target time of under 17 minutes. In addition there will be multiple 100-yard sprints. Players selected to the varsity roster will be expected to run a lot! In any given practice we will run multiple sprints and/or distance runs over three miles.

Projected final cut date is March 25, 2016. If an extenuating circumstance arises and a player is not able to tryout during the allotted time, a coach reserves the right to extend a tryout to the player.

 

EXPECTATIONS:

CCHS lacrosse players must show the utmost effort to improve and to make strides to be good teammates and good citizens of the CCHS community. We expect you to attend every practice, game, and team meeting. Always be on time. We expect you to improve as individuals every day, while at the same time working hard to make your teammates better. You are students first, so you must remain in good academic standing at CCHS. Your coaches expect you will graduate as the best lacrosse player and best person you can be.
 
COMMITMENT LEVEL:
Every Patriot Lacrosse player must attend every game, practice, team meeting, film session, and strength & conditioning session as scheduled (unless listed as optional). Every player must be in school on time everyday. A player must never miss school, arrive tardy to school, miss practice or arrive to practice late unless a member of the coaching staff excuses them to do so ahead of time. Varsity players know this is a six-day a week commitment. As a member of the CCHS Girls Lacrosse Program, regardless of what level, you are accepting the responsibility to give your time, effort, and commitment to your respective team as we collectively pursue the goal of becoming a perennial state championship contending program.
 
APRIL VACATION:
Students who choose to participate on the Varsity and JV CCHS lacrosse teams will be expected to attend all games and practices over vacation. Missed games or practices (unless excused by a coach) will result in an equivalent game suspension upon return. The Freshman Team does not have lacrosse scheduled during break.

During April break we will be off for part of the Patriots Day Weekend (April 15-16). Varsity and JV will have games and practices throughout the rest of the vacation week with the exception of an off day on Saturday April 22, 2017.  

BONAFIDE TEAM RULE AND MIAA CHEMICAL HEALTH:
All interscholastic athletic participants in Massachusetts must abide by these rules. You will sign a contract agreeing to do so in the spring. If you violate these rules the penalties are harsh. This contract is your word. Do not sign the contract and do not play lacrosse if you have no intention of abiding by these rules!
 
TRANSFERS:
Students who have transferred into CCHS during this school year should make sure they have filled out a clearance form with AD Barry Haley or you will not be eligible to play.
 
PHYSICALS:
You must have a current physical on file with the school nurse by the first day of tryouts in order to participate. A current physical is one that is dated within thirteen months of your last physical.

BE PREPARED:
During this preseason you have three and a half months to get in lacrosse playing shape in order to put your best foot forward at tryouts. Use this time to condition your body and improve your stick skills. Seek out lacrosse clinics and conditioning opportunities throughout the winter, sign up for them ASAP as they fill up fast.

FOCCGL will be sponsoring two preseason programs. They will run a skills session at The Edge in Bedford, and sponsor conditioning program for all CCHS spring athletes in the Maroon Practice Gym. The training sessions run from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM, and are followed by an hour of Captains Stick Practice. This training is optional but all lacrosse candidates are strongly encouraged to attend.

Work on conditioning and stick skills at home or with friends. A copy of a wall ball routine is attached to this document. Get used to this wall ball routine, you must do it a lot! Remember if you work at lacrosse starting now you will put yourself in the best opportunity to succeed in March and throughout the season. 

WE ARE CC!!!
 
Varsity Head Coach - Paul Morrison                                                                       
Email: riverhawks86@hotmail.com                                                  
 
Asst. Varsity Head CoachJanice Kinney                                           
Email: coachjkinney@gmail.com
                                                   
 
JV Head Coach - Amy Carlton
Email: amycarlton@comcast.net
 
Asst. JV Coach - Carla Manganaro
Email: carlamanganaro12@gmail.com
 
Freshman Head Coach - Jen Frizzell
Email: jfrizzell@concordps.org 

 
Asst. Freshman Coach - Helen Lyons

Parent Social 4/8

posted Mar 29, 2016, 6:32 PM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Mar 29, 2016, 6:39 PM ]

Parents, please join us at this fun and informative program-wide social to celebrate the start of another lacrosse season! Come meet other parents, chat with the coaches, and hear from our varsity captains.

This annual event is our biggest fundraiser, and supports assistant coaches, player development & supplemental coaching, and equipment purchases for all 3 teams. Any donation will be greatly appreciated and will help us meet our financial goals. If you'd like to donate online, please see our Donate page. All donations are fully tax deductible.

The social will be hold at the home of Andy and Jessica Dudley. See you next Friday!


Coach Morrison on the 2016 Season

posted Nov 25, 2015, 11:59 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Nov 25, 2015, 12:07 PM ]

CCHS Girls Lacrosse Players,  

Welcome to the 2016 girls high school lacrosse season. 2015 was the most successful girls lacrosse season ever at CCHS, and we hope to build off that success in 2016. The signup/information meeting is the conclusion of the lacrosse offseason, and begins the preseason. Congratulations to those of you who just concluded a tremendous fall sports campaign. Cross Country, Volleyball, Field Hockey, and Soccer all did well in the postseason. Your coaches also want to recognize our student athletes who made honor roll during the first term.We wish the best of luck to those of you who will be starting a winter sport next week, and wish you all continued success in the classroom during the second academic term.

Recapping our November 23, 2015 preseason meeting: We had fifty-three student athletes sign up to play girls lacrosse. If you know of any of your classmates that would like to play lacrosse this spring, but did not attend the sign up meeting, please forward them this email and have them contact me ASAP at riverhawks86@hotmail.com. 

Concord Carlisle Patriots
2016 Girls Lacrosse
“Whatever it Takes”

2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 DCL Small Champs
2015 DCL Large Champions
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 MIAA Tournament Participants
2009, 2011 MIAA Division 1 North Section Semifinalist
2014 MIAA Division 1 East Section Finalist
2015 MIAA Division 1 East Section Champions/Division 1 Final Four Participant

Program Philosophy: Our players and coaches know that to be successful at high school lacrosse it demands athletic ability and a strong desire to compete at the highest level. All CCHS lacrosse players will receive an equal chance to earn a spot within the program. The most successful CCHS players display raw athletic ability with a constant effort to improve their lacrosse abilities. Coaches will work to improve all players at all levels. A continued commitment to excellence by coaches and players alike will motivate us to improve daily, and make our program strong enough to compete with the best teams in the state every year.

In the past five years this philosophy has been the foundation for our program to produce three High School All Americans, twenty-one High School Academic All Americans, five DCL Division Championships, five MIAA Tournament appearances, and one MIAA Sectional Championship. 


VARSITY TEAM GOALS:
 
- Immediately foster a family atmosphere. Teammates must have one another’s back.
- Always be the team that respects our competition and officials.
- Always be the best conditioned team on the field in every game. We cannot be outworked or outrun!
- Always bring game focus, attitude and speed from the outset to duration of every practice.
- To win the DCL Large championship.
- To go undefeated against all DCL Teams, Large or Small.
- To be the number one seed in the MIAA East Playoffs.
- To win the MIAA D1 East Sectional Final and advance to the State Final Four.
- TO WIN THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Every goal listed is achievable if we come to each and every practice and game with a “team first” attitude.


TRY-OUTS:

Tryouts will start on Monday March 21, 2016. Every Student athlete will receive at least a three-day tryout period. While we would like to keep all players, roster sizes are limited. Varsity candidates must be complete players. Characteristics of the complete player include being athletic, tough, ambidextrous, coachable, eager to learn, fearless, conditioned, humble, vocal, confident, responsive to criticism, and having the ability to play both offense and defense.

There will be two timed distance runs during varsity tryouts. A one mile run with a target time of under 8.5 minutes, a two mile run with a target time of under 17 minutes. In addition there will be multiple 100-yard sprints. Players selected to the varsity roster will be expected to run a lot! In any given practice we will run multiple sprints and/or distance runs over three miles.

Projected final cut date is March 23, 2016. If an extenuating circumstance arises and a player is not able to tryout during the allotted time, a coach reserves the right to extend a tryout to the player.

 

EXPECTATIONS:

CCHS lacrosse players must show the utmost effort to improve and to make strides to be good teammates and good citizens of the CCHS community. We expect you to attend every practice, game, and team meeting. Always be on time. We expect you to improve as individuals every day, while at the same time working hard to make your teammates better. You are students first, so you must remain in good academic standing at CCHS. Your coaches expect you will graduate as the best lacrosse player and best person you can be.
 
COMMITMENT LEVEL:
Every Patriot Lacrosse player must attend every game, practice, team meeting, film session, and strength & conditioning session as scheduled (unless listed as optional). Every player must be in school on time everyday. A player must never miss school, arrive tardy to school, miss practice or arrive to practice late unless a member of the coaching staff excuses them to do so ahead of time. Varsity players know this is a six-day a week commitment. As a member of the CCHS Girls Lacrosse Program, regardless of what level, you are accepting the responsibility to give your time, effort, and commitment to your respective team as we collectively pursue the goal of becoming a perennial state championship contending program.
 
APRIL VACATION:
Students who choose to participate on the Varsity and JV CCHS lacrosse teams will be expected to attend all games and practices over vacation. Missed games or practices (unless excused by a coach) will result in an equivalent game suspension upon return. The Freshman Team does not have lacrosse scheduled during break.

During April break we will be off for the Patriots Day Weekend (April 16-18). Varsity and JV will have games and practices throughout the rest of the vacation week with the exception of an off day on Saturday April 23, 2016.  

BONAFIDE TEAM RULE AND MIAA CHEMICAL HEALTH:
All interscholastic athletic participants in Massachusetts must abide by these rules. You will sign a contract agreeing to do so in the spring. If you violate these rules the penalties are harsh. This contract is your word. Do not sign the contract and do not play lacrosse if you have no intention of abiding by these rules!
 
TRANSFERS:
Students who have transferred into CCHS during this school year should make sure they have filled out a clearance form with AD Barry Haley or you will not be eligible to play.
 
PHYSICALS:
You must have a current physical on file with the school nurse by the first day of tryouts in order to participate. A current physical is one that is dated within thirteen months of your last physical.

BE PREPARED:
During this preseason you have three and a half months to get in lacrosse playing shape in order to put your best foot forward at tryouts. Use this time to condition your body and improve your stick skills. Seek out lacrosse clinics and conditioning opportunities throughout the winter, sign up for them ASAP as they fill up fast.

FOCCGL will be sponsoring two preseason programs. They will run a skills session at The Edge in Bedford starting on 01/04/2016, and sponsor conditioning program for all CCHS spring athletes starting on Monday February 29, 2016 in the Maroon Practice Gym. The training sessions run from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM, and are followed by an hour of Captains Stick Practice. The dates for the training are 2/29/16, 3/2/16, 3/4/16, 3/7/16, 3/9/16, 3/11/16, 3/14/16, 3/16/16, and 3/18/16. This training is optional but all lacrosse candidates are strongly encouraged to attend.

Work on conditioning and stick skills at home or with friends. A copy of a wall ball routine is attached to this document. Get used to this wall ball routine, you must do it a lot! Remember if you work at lacrosse starting now you will put yourself in the best opportunity to succeed in March and throughout the season. 

WE ARE CC!!!
 
Varsity Head Coach - Paul Morrison                                                                       
Email: riverhawks86@hotmail.com                                                  
 
Asst. Varsity Head Coach - Joan Dalton                                           
Email: wjmsdalton@gmail.com
                                                   
 
Asst. Varsity Coach - Tracey Bird                                            
Email: traceybird1@gmail.com                                                    
 
JV Head Coach - Janice Kinney                                         
Email: janicekinney@icloud.com 
 
Asst. JV Coach - Amy Carlton
Email: amycarlton@comcast.net 
 
Freshman Head Coach - Jen Frizzell
Email: jfrizzell@concordps.org 

 
Asst. Freshman Coach - Helen Lyons

Girls Lacrosse Meeting 11/23/15

posted Nov 16, 2015, 7:11 PM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Nov 24, 2015, 7:21 AM ]

All girls who are interested in playing lacrosse in the spring should plan to attend the sign-up meeting on Monday, 11/23/15 at 2:30. The meeting will be held  in the CCHS Maroon Practice Gym. 

Sign Up for the 2015-2016 Achieve Lax Indoor League

posted Oct 20, 2015, 7:49 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Nov 24, 2015, 7:21 AM ]

Registration is open for Session 1 of the Achieve Lacrosse Indoor League. This is a fun opportunity to play some pre-season lacrosse with your fellow Concord-Carlisle teammates and it is open to all freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors who plan to play in the spring. Details and registration information are below. Achieve Lacrosse is holding spots open for two Concord-Carlisle teams, and teams will be balanced with regard to skill level and grade.

Achieve Lacrosse Concord-Carlisle - Session 1 Acton Teamworks
Saturdays: October 31, November 7,14, 21, 28 and December 5, 12

  • Game time frame between 9:00am - 12:00pm; 2- 25 minute halves
  • Teamworks Acton, 30 Great Road, Acton, MA 01720
  • All players must register online, complete the waiver and payment to be on the CC team roster
  • Please register with the team name: Concord Carlisle
Registration link: Click here
Schedules and Rosters will be posted and e-mailed on or before October 28.

CC Patriots win the D1 East Title

posted Jun 12, 2015, 5:31 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Jun 16, 2015, 4:56 AM ]

Congratulations to the CC Patriots for their 9-8 win against Lincoln-Sudbury in the D1 East Finals! The girls will head to Babson College on Tues., 6/16 for the MIAA State Semifinals.  Game time: 7:00 p.m.; adults - $10, students/seniors - $7. Come show your support on Tuesday evening! Wear maroon!





Photos by Andy Dudley and Dave Andonian.

CC to Play Lincoln/Sudbury in D1 East Finals

posted Jun 10, 2015, 12:03 PM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse

CC will play LS in the finals on Thursday 6/11 at 4:30. The game will be played at CCHS. Please note that admission will be charged: $7 for adults, $5 for students. Come show your support! Go CC!

You can check for updated dates and times here: 
http://miaa.statebrackets.com/tmenu.cfm?tid=3595

CC to Play Framingham in Semi-finals

posted Jun 7, 2015, 6:20 PM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Jun 7, 2015, 6:21 PM ]

CC will play Framingham in the semi-finals on Tuesday 6/9 at 4:30. The game will be played at Bedford High School. Please note that admission will be charged: $7 for adults, $5 for students. Come out and cheer the girls on, and feel free to share this info with others in the community!

You can check for updated dates and times here: 
http://miaa.statebrackets.com/tmenu.cfm?tid=3595

CC to play Newton North in Quarterfinals

posted Jun 2, 2015, 6:11 AM by Friends of CC Girls Lacrosse   [ updated Jun 2, 2015, 6:13 AM ]

CC will play Newton North at 3:30 this Thursday at Doug White field. Please come support the team and wear your CCHS lacrosse shirt! "Together We Rise." See you there!









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