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 football players took home post season awards from the All American Football Conference, including League Offensive MVP and League sportsmanship.Awards received were given to at the Fall Sports awards dinner held on campus.Awards went to:Honorable mention honors:William Romberger, '16, honorable mention at running back.Ryan Estep, '16, honorable mention at defensive back.Devon McGeoghean, '16, honorable mention at inside line backer.Second team honors:Tyler Willis, '16, 2nd team All conference at defensive end.First team honors:Tajamier Smith, '17, 1st team All conference at defensive back.Nasir Johnson, '18, 1st team All conference at slot receiver.Ryan Estep, '16, 1st team All conference on special teams.League honors:Nazir Johnson, '18, AAFC League offensive MVP.Carson Long Military Academy, AAFC League Team sportsmanship award.Congrats to all players and coaches.
Even with a 49-8 final score, the team played their hearts out in the last game of the season. Carson Long were led by Tyler Willis, 16, on offense with 1 touchdown pass and a two point conversion. Defensively the Warriors were led by Raymond Centanni, 18, with 6 tackles.
Carson Long had their best outing of the year against Columbia Montour Vo Tech. Despite the 68-36 loss, he team was led on offense by Nazir Johnson, 18, with 4 touchdowns and 307 yards total offense. Tajmir Smith, '17, contributed with 3 touchdown passes and he returned a kickoff for 82 yards for a touchdown. The defense was led by Tyler Willis, '16, with 5 tackles and a sack.
The varsity soccer team closed out its season with a hard earned, 1-1 tie at West Perry HS. Brandon Osafo, '19, scored the Warrior goal, clawing back West Perry's earlier strike.
The Warriors lost 1-0 to visiting York Christian School in the home finale for the seniors on the team. Durham Richards, Markhel Diejuste and Prasath Desantis had hoped for better send off, and Diejuste almost provided a fairytale ending, hitting the woodwork with 5 minutes left. Good Luck Seniors !!
Carson Long Military Academy football team fell to Nativity BVM High School 62-6. Carson Long scored their only TD when Taj Smith, '17, connected with Nazir Johnson, '18, for a 48 yard touchdown pass. Smith and Johnson connected on four other pass plays for a total of 77 yards. The defense was led by seniors, Tyler Willis and William Romberger, who both had 7 tackles. Derek Pachter, '18, also contributed with 5 tackles. It was the final home game for seniors William Romberger, Ryan Estep, Tyler Willis and Devon McGeoghean.

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Friday, 11/06/2015
Football - Varsity Boys
  vs. Bucktail High School
L   |  49-6
Saturday, 10/24/2015
Football - Varsity Boys
  vs. Columbia-Montour Vo Tech
L   |  36-63
Friday, 10/23/2015
Soccer - Varsity Boys
  vs. West Perry High School
T   |  1-1
Tuesday, 10/20/2015
Soccer - Varsity Boys
  vs. York Christian School
L   |  0-1   |  recap
Saturday, 10/17/2015
Football - Varsity Boys
  vs. Nativity BVM
L   |  6-62

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