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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All of the Carson Long Cross Country runners ran a personal best at the Carlisle Invitational. Stephen Washington. '17 led all male runners with 20m17s, Daniel Leisher, '17, was bested by only 1 second by Alfonso Migliarini, '19, 21m18s and 21m17s respectively. Shane Orris, '20, turned in a respectable 21m45s. On the girls side, Paige Steffy led the pack with 24m14s, with Hannah Kowalewski, 25m15s, and Adele Shirmer, 26.13s, rounding out the finishers.
Carson Long slumped to 2 defeats at the Harrisburg Christian tournament. In the opening game, Harrisburg Academy 7 on the board without reply from the Warriors, and in the second game, the score was identical, only in the favor of Dayspring Christian.
The Carson Long JH soccer team travelled to Carlisle to take on Grace Baptist School. They came away with the 5-3 win behind a hat trick from Khalil Rashada, '21, and 2 goals from Stephen Twichell, '20. They team is back in action at Harrisburg Academy on Monday.
Bugs to the face and eyes didn't slow Lauren Wilson down from taking 1st place at Middletown HS, leading the Lady Warriors to victory.
The Carson Long cross country squad continue to improve their times in search of more District 3 qualifiers. Meets at Big Spring and Middletown this past week proved that the Warriors are closing in on those qualifying times. At Big Spring, Stephen Washington, '17, (20m53s) and Shane Orris (22m44s) were to top performers for the boys. At Middletown, both Washington and Orris PR'd with Daniel Leisher, '17, running his PR (23m11s), The Lady Warriors were led by District 3 qualifier Lauren Wilson, who medalled at Big Spring (21m51s) and Paige Steffy running in 24m53s. Lauren continue her great form at Middletown, leading the Lady Warriors to victory over Middletown HS and Annville Cleona HS, finishing 1st (22m06s) with Paige Steffy in the top 5 (24m27s). The Warriors finish the week at Carlisle tomorrow.
Both Warrior soccer teams slumped to defeat, at home, to the Greyhounds of York Country Day. Varsity lost 8-1 with Austin Assoko, '18, scoring the only goal of the game for the Warriors. The JH Warriors fell by the score of 5-0.

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Saturday, 09/24/2016
Soccer - Varsity Boys
  vs. Harrisburg Christian School
@ Harrisburg Christian Tournament
L   |  0-7
Soccer - Varsity Boys
  vs. Harrisburg Christian School
@ Harrisburg Christian Tournament
L   |  0-7
Friday, 09/23/2016
Soccer - Middle School Boys
  vs. Grace Baptist School
W   |  5-3
Thursday, 09/22/2016
Soccer - Varsity Boys
  vs. York Country Day School
L   |  1-8
Soccer - Middle School Boys
  vs. York Country Day School
L   |  0-5

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