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Cailin Casey: “Do what you want to do”

June 10, 2016 8:20am | Stephen Moran

There are plenty of extracurricular activities at Concord High School for students to partake of. Clubs and sports are a great way to get involved and make new friends, as graduating senior Cailin Casey found when she discovered volleyball during her freshman year. “I made most of my […]

5, 6, 7, 8!

April 5, 2016 11:46am | Elijah Boyle

Sophomore Flyer Jaiden Boyle and her stunt group, consisting of Emily Robinson, Brianna Wright and Holly Dube, perfectly execute a high-scoring scorpion stunt  at the Winter Capital City competition Saturday, Feb. 27, at Concord High School. “We use this stunt because of how many points it […]

Look, no hands!

April 1, 2016 6:40pm | Sarah Bell

CHS freshman Jillian Magnell performs an aerial — a cartwheel without hands — just prior to a tumbling class at Prime Time All-Stars March 8. Magnell is currently on a Level 3 team but hopes to improve.  She takes advantage of the facility’s air track while practicing […]

Navy Blue undefeated: girls’ Parks & Rec results

March 30, 2016 10:08am | Emily Proctor

Concord High School senior Abigail Wimpey and teammates Olivia Townsend, Ava Morrison and Rebecca Garcia celebrate a win at the buzzer following another Navy Blue victory February 20, 2016.  Wimpey played as a substitute for the match against Purple, helping the Concord Parks and Recreation basketball team win 28-4. […]

Rowers ready for spring crew season

March 24, 2016 8:45pm | Gillian McCarron

Concord Crew member Jack Reid competes in the C.R.A.S.H. B’s regatta at the Agganis Arena in Boston Sunday, Feb. 28. Reid, a senior at Concord High School, rowed in the Men’s Open Race because he will be 19 this year. Coached by teammate and friend Hunter […]

Jump to it

October 28, 2015 10:15am | Crimson Review staff, Emmett Donlon

Students looking for a unique athletic experience are encouraged to sign up for ski jumping, a sport that is open to anybody — even those who’ve never skied before. Equipment and uniforms are provided by the school. Online registration for this and other winter sports ends Monday, […]

Volleyball crushing it

October 11, 2015 3:50pm | Erin Clougherty

Following a beautiful pass from captain Shea Mathews,  co-captain Caitlin Shea sets Lauren Hatch for a kill against Salem Sept. 21. Though the Crimson Tide dropped that particular match, the team is now, as of Oct. 11, 11-2 on the season, following only Merrimack and Spaulding in Division I standings. Concord […]

Playing to win

October 11, 2015 2:57pm | Hayley Reed

Freshman Tyler Bruns follows through on a first tee shot on the 10th hole at Pembroke Pines Country Club during a Sept. 22 practice session.The overall shot length caused him to see a run in with the trees, causing the need for a dropped ball and added penalty […]

Unified soccer battles at home

September 27, 2015 10:37am | Crimson Review staff

Forward Nick Battles (#20) confers with Coach Amanda Bacher during a unified soccer match against Laconia Monday, Sept. 21, at Memorial Field. While the Crimson Tide eventually lost to the Sachems 2-5, Battles and his teammates impressed onlookers with their effort and ball handling skills. […]

Saveliev rockets past

September 23, 2015 8:00am | Shane Riley

Alex Saveliev rockets past a Pinkerton senior runner as members of Concord’s JV and girls’ teams cheer  at the 1-mile marker. Saveliev’s 5:17 pace caught him up to the top ten runners in the varsity race. The increase in distance between the top ten and slower runners brought a […]