The two teams are Gross Lumber (Blue) and Middletown Orthopedic Sports Medicine (Lavender). They faced off against each other on Saturday, August 29 morning.
It was a back and forth game with both teams denying each other goals in the first half. In the second half though, the Gross Lumber team netted two goals in the third quarter to claim the victory.
GOOD LUCK INDIANS!!
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Jeff Oaks, of Video Oaks Production Company has worked with Carlisle Daily all summer and has released the video for the Franklin vs. Carlisle football game!
This is a fantastic video check it out below!!!
The Railroad Days video has produced and finalized for your viewing pleasure. Our friend and video man, Jeff Oaks, of Video Oaks Production Company has released his Railroad Days Highlight Reel. Take a look back to Railroad Days 2009!
Image via WikipediaCarlisle JV loses at Franklin 24-0 this morning. The Indians after the big Varsity win last night takes a tough loss this morning with the Junior Varsity program.
Stay tuned to Carlisle Daily we will have pictures of the game loaded by tonight!!
What a game!!
Image by sameold2008 via FlickrWhat a game!! The Carlisle Indians in a rain delayed game starts the season off with a bang!! The Indians beat the Franklin Wildcats 20-7 off of impressive running by #28 tailback Nick "The Real Deal" McGill and a stellar defensive unit!!
The first quarter was back and forth with three and outs by both teams. But with 36 seconds left in the first quarter Carlisle's Bishop intercepts Franklin's QB #7 Sizemore. The interception left the Indians great field position in which they captalized on. Carlisle QB #14 Jake "Gibby" Gibson completed about a 12 yard pass to Jake Langdon that got the Indians to about the five yard line. Two plays later Nick McGill pushed it in for the TD. Kris Garrett kicked the extra point. Indians 7, Franklin 0
The second quarter was not kind to Franklin after the Indians first touchdown the defense made a HUGE stand and they had to punt from their own 3 yard line. Then a few series later Sizemore fumbles the ball on the 34 yard line and the Indians recover with 6:26 left in the second. The Indians got a FG by kicker Kris Garrett with 3:16 left in the half. Franklin pushed the ball to the Indians 27 but ran out of time. Halftime Indians 10, Franklin 0
Start of the second half, Carlisle came out aggressive on the ground with the legs of Nick McGill and Jordan "Juke Ya" Jacobs. Jacobs had about a 30 yard gain off of a massive block by QB Jake Gibson. Then "Gibby" completes about a 19 yard pass play to Emerick. A holding call pushes the Indians back to about their own 30 and Franklin holds the Indians to a FG opportunity by Kris Garrett from about 34 yards away that he barely misses by hitting the upright. Franklin puts together some impressive plays first about a 30 yard pass play by QB Sizemore and then he scrambles to pick up another first. Tailback #2 Salyers picks up their 3rd first down of the series to the Indians 11 and that ends the third quarter. Indians 10, Franklin 0
To start the fourth quarter #4 Cody Priest of Franklin pounds the ball in from the 9 yard line to get Franklin on the board! Extra Point made by Aaron Herald. The ensuing kick off Jordan Jacobs takes the ball to the Wildcats 47. From there it took only one play from #28 Nick McGill to scamper in for a 47 yard run play up the middle! Kris Garrett kicks the extra point in giving the Indians a 17-0 lead.
The fourth quarter started to get interesting Franklin was 3 and out after the Indians scored. Then "Gibby" for the Indians gets caught up in the middle and loses the ball to Franklin and Franklin takes over on their 32 yard line. Franklin QB Sizemore was under pressure all night and coughed up the ball again and Carlisle recovers.
Carlisle marched down to about the 4 yard line and was able to get a Kris Garrett FG with about 6:08 left in the game. Indians 20, Franklin 7
Franklin made it interesting marching all the way down the field to Carlisle's 15 yard line but after an illegal procedure penalty and a few incomplete passes by Sizemore they did not capitalize on a 4th and 5. Carlisle took over on downs and closed the game out by kneeing!
What a HUGE way to start the season! A big win for the Indians over Backyard Rival Franklin. The defense was HUGE forcing three fumbles and picking one pass off. Also, deflecting a number of passes that could have easily been picked off. The defenese was tenacious and really caused problems for Franklin's offense.
Carlisle Daily covered the game all night long and there will be pictures by tomorrow and a video highlight of the game by hopefully the beginning of the week. My only hope is that Gibson's hit/block was on there!
Great job guys!!
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Carlisle Girls Tennis lost a tough SWBL match in a heartbreaker 3-2 in team scoring. McKelvey of Carlisle was the lone singles winner on the night who defeated Madison's Sortman 7-5, 6-1.
In doubles, the tandem of Williams and Parrish defeated McCoy and Ferguson of Madison 6-3, 6-0.
Carlisle moves to 1-5 overall and 1-1 in the SWBL for the year!
There next match will be August 31 at 4:00pm at home versus Franklin!
Image by WebWideJosh via FlickrCarlisle Varsity Golf edged out Madison by one stroke at Jamaica Run last night with a team score of Carlisle 182 and Madison 183!!
Paynter and Campbell led Carlisle with scores of 42 and 45 respectively!!
Way to go INDIANS!!
From what we have heard the Pep Rally will be today at 1pm, Tailgating is going to start around 1-2pm. The field has been done up like no other with newly painted Indian heads adorning each side of the field and the whole town is decorated for the big game!
What better of an event to bring the town together as a rivalry like the Franklin game. It seems no matter the talent each team has this game whether be it soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball, and especially football it is the most interesting game of the year!! Mike Hartsock of WHIO and Kyle Nagel of Dayton Daily News were the only 2 out of 5 football experts for the Dayton Daily and WHIO to pick Carlisle to win tonight. That is pretty good that Hartsock is giving us props! This will be a HUGE battle indeed!
The Indian Football program has been working very hard for this moment and it will be a HUGE opportunity and statement to dominate and win this game! We know the coaches and players have poured a massive amount of work in the offseason from weightlifting back in the winter to practice on the field for the past month! All their hardwork has not gone overlooked and it should show on the field tonight!!
Great job to the Athletic Department, Football coaches, parents, and team for preparing for the game itself and all the way down to the look and feel of the field!!
Carlisle Daily will be on the scene all day today taking pictures and videos of the night's festivities and the game!!
Image by Paco CT via FlickrThe Market Basket, St Rte 123 Carlisle, Ohio will host the 2nd Annual Nancy Williams Car & Bike Benefit Show. The show will be September 19th from 1pm-6pm with a rain make up set for September 26. The show is a benefit for the Make A Wish foundation and all rides and bikes will have a $10 registration fee.
Trophies will be awarded to the top 25 cars and 5 bikes. First 50 will get dash plaques. The show will have a 50/50 raffle and many door prizes!! Judging for the event will be at 4pm!
There will be food and games for all ages. The Band B-Caged will be performing, as well!
Proceeds go to Make A Wish Foundation.
Chamberlain Middle School
August/September 2009-2010 Parent Newsletter
Wednesday School/Extra Help/Tutoring
Students that are failing 2 or more classes are required to stay the normal time on early release days. Students can work on missing assignments; make up work, extra studying. If they are assigned a Study Table it is mandatory. Failure to show, or make arrangements, will result in disciplinary action. Our numbers have been dropping since we have implemented the Study Tables program.
First Day of school
August 25 will be the first day of school
6th Grade Orientation
August 24th 6pm in CMS Auditorium
August 27th 6-7:30pm
Student schedules will be given out the first day of school.
Wednesday Early Release
We will dismiss at 1:25pm. Please make arrangements for picking up your student. Students will not be allowed to be in the building after 1:35pm.
September 24th 3-7:30 (No appointment needed)
September 7th Labor Day
September 25th In-service
Progress Book (student’s grades)
If you need your students ID and password please contact Mr. Turner at CMS or Mr. Schuh at CHS
Lunch prices for the 2009-2010 school year will be as follows: Plate lunch - $2.50; Basket lunch - $3.00. If needed, Free/Reduced Lunch forms are available in the CMS office.
The new EZPay system is now being utilized in the lunch lines. Your student has an ID number in place as of 1/30/09.
If a student is absent, please call the school at 746-3227 before 10:00 am to report the absence. When the student returns to school, he or she has two school days to turn in either a parent note or doctor’s note giving a reason for the absence. In order for the absence to be excused, this note must be turned in to the attendance office (regardless of whether or not a call to school was made).
If a student has a doctor’s appointment, please bring a doctor’s note in to excuse the absence.
Medicine at School
Students are not allowed to possess medicine (even over –the-counter varieties) while on school property. All medicine must be turned to the office by a parent with a doctor’s note describing its use. Failure to comply with this rule may result in disciplinary action.
Students are not allowed to use or have cellular phones at school during the hours of 7:25-2:10. If a student is found to have a cell phone on during school hours, the phone will be held in the office until a parent is able to come to the school and retrieve the phone.
We will continue our new drop off procedure. Parents will enter in the east parking lot and proceed down the new access road. Drop offs will turn left to the designated area. Please remember that students are NOT to be dropped off in front of the school (Fairview) until after 7:30am.
Parents – Progress Book is a great way to keep up with how your son or daughter is doing at school. Please be sure to visit Progress Book to view your child’s daily assignments and grades. Our teachers are making every effort to post assignments daily and update grades at least weekly.
You can visit Progress Book via a link at our district web site at http://www.carlisleindians.org . If you need your user name and/or password, please contact Mr. Turner at 746-3227 or at our respective email addresses.
We will have extra help on Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30-3:30. This will be additional tutoring for your student.
Please make sure your student returns all the forms they receive the first day of school.
Sports Schedules and Maps
Please go to http://www.highschoolsports.net
Please have a designated place you are to go after school until your practice starts. Students will not be allowed to be in the building unsupervised.
$55.00 School Fees
$30.00 Sports Fees (Must pay before first contest)
Parents, please remind your son/daughter to lock away any personal belongings. Please do not give your locker combinations out to friends.
PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT ANY STAFF MEMBER VIA EMAIL OR PHONE (746-3227) IF WE CAN BE OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU!
(937) 746-3227 Ext. 300
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CMS Bell Schedules
7:25-8:00 PT/SSR 35min
8:04-8:47 1st 43min
8:51-9:34 2nd 43min
9:38-10:21 3rd 43min
10:25-11:08 4th 43min
11:12-11:52 5th/Lunch 40 min
11:56-12:36 Lunch/5th 40 min
12:40-1:23 6th 43min
1:27-2:10 7th 43min.
7:25-8:00 PT/SSR 35min
8:04-8:40 1st 36min
8:44-9:19 2nd 35min
9:23-9:59 3rd 36min
10:03-10:38 4th 35min
10:42-11:22 5th/Lunch 40min
11:26-12:06 Lunch/5th 40min
12:10-12:46 6th 36min
12:50-1:25 7th 35min
1 Hour Delay
8:25-9:00 PT/SSR 35min
9:04-9:37 1st 33min
9:41-10:14 2nd 33min
10:18-10:51 3rd 33min
10:55-11:28 4th 33min
11:32-12:12 5th/Lunch 40 min
12:16-12:56 Lunch/5th 40min
1:00-1:33 6th 33min
1:37-2:10 7th 33min
2 Hour Delay (4th period Lunch)
9:25-9:55 1st 30min
9:59-10:28 2nd 29min
10:32-11:02 3rd 30min
11:06-11:46 4th/Lunch 40min
11:50-12:30 Lunch/4th 40min
12:34-1:03 5th 29min
1:07-1:37 6th 30min
1:41-2:10 7th 29min