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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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Brandon Osafo and AJ Migliarini are among the members of the first team! CDT Osafo led the Warriors in scoring for the first time with 296 total points, good for a 14.8 PPG average. CDT Migiliarini was second in scoring on the team with 250 total points, good for 12.5 PPG, he also led the Warriors with 20 3-point shots.
The Basketball Warriors dropped a game to Midd-West 36-43 on Wednesday night but turned it around on Thursday with a resounding 62-38 win over visiting Lincoln Leadership Academy from Allentown, PA. The Warriors placed four players in double figures scoring, led by Tristin Garcia with a game high 24 points, followed by 12 points each by AJ Migliarini and LJ Fernandez and 10 from Brandon Osafo.
The Basketball Warriors trekked halfway across the state yesterday to take on the defending District 11 1A boys basketball champions, the Lincoln Leadership Academy Lions. Facing a deep and experienced roster and hostile home crowd, fell 60-31.
The Carson Long Basketball Warriors, fresh of their repeat championship performance at the Lititz Christian Tipoff Tournament last weekend, travelled to long-time rival Harrisburg Academy for their first MAC Conference game of the year and won in resounding fashion 64-24.
The 2017-18 edition of the Carson Long Basketball Warriors started their defense of their Midstate Athletic Conference Championship and opened their season with a strong showing at their annual season tipoff tournament at Lititz Christian. Just like in 2016, the Warriors ripped off two wins against Lancaster Mennonite-Hershey Campus and the host Lititz Christian to start the season and take home the coveted tournament trophy. Juniors AJ Migliarini & Brandon Osafo win all-tournament honors.
Six of the cross country runners were competitive, worked out, and competed on a regular basis. Those six students are: Hannah Kowalewski, Lauren Wilson, Han Clouse, Blake Nickel, Shane Orris, and Kaijie Zhang. In addition, two West Perry Middle School Students, Cassy Lanza and Emma O'Toole practiced and competed when they could. Of the six who consistently ran, four qualified for districts, and two worked very hard to get there. In addition, Han Clouse ran the Hershey Half-Maraton on October 15 and Ms. Lanza and Ms. O'Toole finished in the Top 10 of the Little Ship Invitational.

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Saturday, 04/14/2018
Baseball - Varsity Boys
  vs. Juniata High School
Carson Long vs. Juniata
L   |  0-15
Friday, 04/13/2018
Baseball - Varsity Boys
  vs. York Christian School
Carson Long vs. Christian School of York
L   |  3-17
Thursday, 04/12/2018
Tennis - Varsity Boys
  vs. Gettysburg High School
Loss (0-4)
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Tuesday, 01/23/2018
Basketball - Varsity Boys
  vs. Belleville Mennonite School
Midstate Athletic Conference Game #4
W   |  53-16
Monday, 01/22/2018
Basketball - Varsity Boys
  vs. Grace Prep
W   |  60-26

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