Athletics

The philosophy of Carson Long's Athletic Department is that all of our team members are students first and foremost. Academics are the educational foundation for future endeavors. Academic studies provide exercise and discipline for the brain, while athletics provide exercise and discipline for the rest of the body. Athletic contests are a key component of a well-rounded education. They foster self-discipline, patriotism, teamwork, and respect for tradition. In addition to physical fitness, they offer a terrific opportunity for learning the core values of sacrifice, sincere effort, and teamwork.

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The Warriors fell yesterday to Grace Prep by a final of 4-2. Goals by Dillon Keefer, '18, and Brandon Osafo, '19, wee not enough to see the Warriors through. The final season game on Wednesday is at Fannett-Metal.
Both the Warrior teams were representing at the past weekends race. Lauren Wilson coming in first for the Lady Warriors with a time of 22m29s, and Stephen Washington, 17, finishing first for the men, in a District 3 qualifying time of 19m54s. Congrats to all for a great season, and good luck to Stephen and Lauren as they compete in the PIAA District 3 meet on Oct 29th.
Both Varsity and JH squads took on Harrisburg Academy, and came out on the wrong end of the final result. JH lost, at home, 6-0, despite playing shorthanded. Varsity travelled to Harrisburg and, despite 3 goals from Brandon Osafo, '19, and 1 from Ruben Arias, '17, they succumbed 6-4. Varsity travels to Lourdes Regional on Saturday, 5:00pm kickoff, JH finish their season at Belleville next Thursday.
The Cross Country teams wrapped up their inaugural regular season with a narrow loss to James Buchanan HS, and a win over Greenwood HS. Stephen Washington, '17, (20m27s) and Alfonso Migliarini, '19, (21m26s) led the boys with District qualifier Lauren Wilson, '18, leading the girls with a time of 21m55s. The Warriors head to the Mid Penn Conference meet on Saturday, hoping to bring back several medals, then Lauren Wilson will compete in the PIAA District 3 Championship on Sat, Oct 29th.
The JH Soccer team beat the visiting Greyhounds of York Country Day 5-2 behind goals from Jonathan Crist, '20, Kevin Hunter, '20, and William Vonk (2), '21. The victory avenged an earlier season loss.
The JH Soccer team started the week strongly with an 8-1 victory over the visiting Grace Baptist School. Goals by Stephen Twichell, '20, Jonathon Crist, '20, Khalil Rashada, '21, and William Vonk, '21, led the junior Warriors to victory. The Varsity team played the next afternoon, hosting Grace Prep, and falling 5-2. Goals by Kalan Fernandez were not enough to lead the team to the win.

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Monday, 10/17/2016
Soccer - Varsity Boys
  vs. Grace Prep
L   |  2-4
Saturday, 10/15/2016
Soccer - Varsity Boys
  vs. Our Lady of Lourdes Regional High School
Loss (0-2)
CHANGED: This event has changed. Now a 5:00pm kick off, not 6:00pm
Thursday, 10/13/2016
Soccer - Middle School Boys
  vs. Harrisburg Academy
L   |  0-6
Soccer - Varsity Boys
  vs. Harrisburg Academy
L   |  4-6
Tuesday, 10/11/2016
Soccer - Middle School Boys
  vs. York Country Day School
W   |  5-2

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200 North Carlisle Street New Bloomfield, PA 17068
(717) 582-2121
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