Kori Barach (2021) Named Boston Globe and Boston Herald All Scholastic
Concord Journal: Concord Carlisle Girls Basketball Falls to Franklin
On March 3, the Concord-Carlisle High School girls basketball team fell to the hands of the Franklin Panthers 59-43 at Harrington Auditorium on the campus of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.Reaching the Central Division 1 semifinals was the deepest that a CC girls basketball team had advanced since 2001, when Lisa Andrews led the Patriots to a state title.
Concord Journal: Concord Carlisle Girls Hoop Downs Waltham
Though the Concord-Carlisle girls basketball team had won 10 of its first 11 games this season, coach Kim Magee did identify an area where the Patriots needed improvement."We were giving up a lot of points," Magee said. "We really needed to focus on defense."On Friday, Jan.
Boston Globe: Kori Barach Leads the Charge at Concord Carlisle
Kori Barach leads the charge at Concord-Carlisle: 'I wanted to step it up and help us succeed.' - The Boston Globe
CONCORD - Few individuals can reshape a high school basketball program. Yet, that's exactly what Kori Barach is doing at Concord-Carlisle. The 16-year-old sophomore changed the narrative of the program as a freshman, and is a key piece in making it into a true Division 1 Central contender this season.
Concord Journal: After 11-day Hiatus, Concord Carlisle Wins 5th Straight
The Concord-Carlisle girls basketball team was on a roll.The Patriots had won their first four games and were off to their best start in several years. Then, all of a sudden, there was an 11-day stretch between games.When they returned to the court on Saturday, Dec.
Tewksbury Advocate: Concord Carlisle Edges Tewksbury Girls Basketball
The girls basketball game between Concord-Carlisle and Tewksbury that was played on Saturday, Dec. 15 was a part of a day-long event called the Merrimack Valley Conference/Dual County League Challenge.For 32 minutes, the two teams challenged each other, with C-C prevailing, 56-54 after the host team."It was a good, back-and-forth game," said Tewksbury coach Mark Bradley.
2017-18 End of Season Awards
The CC girls basketball team wrapped up the 2017-18 season with a celebratory banquet on March 6. In addition to honoring graduating seniors, Catherine Kingman and Danielle Vasiliadis, the team acknowledged multiple underclassmen who earned end-of-season accolades.
DCL All Stars:
Kori Barach (2021)
Jillian Chelton (2019)
Courtney Sepucha (2020)
DCL Small MVP:
Kori Barach (2021)
Congratulations to the team on an excellent season, and best of luck to the Class of 2018!
Concord Carlisle to Host Acton Boxboro in First Round Playoff Game
With a 54-40 win over Waltham on 2/13, the Varsity team earned their 10th win and qualified for the state tournament. With an 11-9 regular season record, the girls enter the tourney as the #8 seed in the Central Mass Division 1 sectional and will host their first home playoff game in nearly 20 years.