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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Carson Long Baseball racked up its 1st win of the season, beating the Beavers's of Lebanon Catholic 16-4. Grant Allison, '17, had 5 RBI's and Daniel Leisher, '17, gave up only 4 runs over 5 innings to secure the win. The Warriors are back in action on Thursday at St Joseph's.
An error laden 1st inning put the Warriors in a hole they could not bat their way out of. Runners left on base, failure to bring home runners with the bases loaded all spelled doom, as Carson Long slumped to a 20-1 defeat at Greenwood HS. Bright spots included Grant Allison, '17, pitching and a solid infield performance after the initial inning. The Warriors will take a break over Easter and be back on the diamond on Apr 18th at Lebanon Catholic.
Carson Long tennis fell to the visiting Greyhounds of York Country Day, 5-0. Decimated by absences, the Warriors closest scoreline was from #1 seed, David Lazbin, '19, who lost in 3 sets. Carson Long travel to Hanover HS tomorrow
Despite a strong pitching performance by Jachob Yungwirth, '19, the Warriors fell to the host Buffaloes of Newport HS, 10-0.
Carson Long Tennis hosted Harrisburg Academy to open their home Tennis season. Harrisburg Academy came away a 3-2 winner. Max Tansky ('18) and Jonathon Yoyo ('20) won their respective singles matches.
The Warrior Baseball team opened the season on the road at York Christian. They came away on the losing end of a 14-3 scoreline. Despite the tough loss, a bright 3rd inning garnered the Warriors 3 runs, courtesy of Grant Allison ('17), William Holtzapple ('19) and Lucas Fitchett ('19).

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Thursday, 04/20/2017
Track & Field - Varsity Boys
  vs. West Perry High School
T   |  0-0
Baseball - Varsity Boys
  vs. St Joseph's Catholic
L   |  0-22
Tuesday, 04/18/2017
Tennis - Varsity Boys
  vs. Juniata High School
L   |  0-5
Baseball - Varsity Boys
  vs. Lebanon Catholic
W   |  16-4
Wednesday, 04/12/2017
Tennis - Varsity Boys
  vs. Hanover High School
L   |  0-5

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200 North Carlisle Street New Bloomfield, PA 17068

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