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Senior Nellie Baxandall was a captain of the girls varsity soccer team this season.

Athlete of the Month: Nellie Baxandall

December 8, 2019

Register Forum: What does it mean to be a CRLS athlete to you? Nellie Baxandall: A CRLS athlete to me means being a part of a team that’s bigger than myself, and working hard together towards the goal of having fun and having grit. 

World Series Facts and Reactions

Eli Chamblee and Jack Keane

December 3, 2019

The 2019 World Series was a unique World Series with many surprises. This year’s matchup included the Houston Astros —who reached baseball’s Fall Classic for the second time in three years— and Washington Nationals, making their first championship appearance in team history. The series included a lot of excitement, lasting seven games with some of the sport’s to...

The Cambridge Half Marathon took place on Sunday, November 3rd.

Cambridge Half Marathon

December 3, 2019

On Sunday, November 3rd, for the first time since 2016, runners took their places at the starting line of the Cambridge Half Marathon at CambridgeSide Mall.

Pictured: This year's girls varsity volleyball team.

CRLS Girls Volleyball Experiences Season of Growth

November 11, 2019

The CRLS Girls’ Varsity Volleyball team is experiencing a rebuilding year--one with lots of growth on and off the court. With much of the team’s core consisting of sophomores, including 4 prominent starters, the team has much to be encouraged about in the upcoming years.

The CRLS golf team practices at the Fresh Pond Golf Course.

Golf Team Has Rough Start

November 11, 2019

CRLS golf has struggled this year, remaining winless deep into the month of October, but alongside their struggles, some positives have shone through...

Three boats of CRLS athletes rowed at the Head of the Charles.

55th Head of the Charles Regatta

November 11, 2019

From October 19th through 20th, the sun shone brightly for the 55th Head of the Charles Regatta (HOCR). The world’s largest two-day regatta hosted 762 clubs and 2,263 boats from all over the globe.

Pictured: The CRLS girls cross country team.

CRLS Cross Country Fall 2019: Fighting Through Injuries Towards Personal Growth

November 11, 2019

From personal growth to battling unforeseen challenges, the fall cross country season presents obstacles not unfamiliar for veterans returning, as well as opportunities to make a difference for a new class of talented runners.

The CRLS girls soccer team won their Senior Night Game against Everett High School 5-0.

Girls Varsity Soccer Senior Night

November 9, 2019

The mood was upbeat from start to finish for the CRLS girls soccer Senior Night Game on Saturday, October 26th. The team completed the final game of their season with a resounding 5-0 win over Everett High School. 

Coach Meg is the new girls varsity soccer coach.

Coach Meg Takes on Girls Varsity

October 9, 2019

A new era has begun for the Girls' Varsity Soccer team as new coach, Megan Willette, has been given the reigns to the program. Willette, a former women’s college soccer player at NAIA Division One Lee University, is beginning her first season as the head coach of the girl’s team after a one year stint coaching for the Junior Varsity Boys’ Soccer team at CRLS.

US Open: Coco Gauff Loses 6-3, 6-0 to Naomi Osaka

Gracie Thompson, Contributing Writer

October 5, 2019

At just 15 years old, Cori “Coco” Gauff took the tennis world by storm when she beat Venus Williams, a 7-time Grand Slam champion, at Wimbledon this year

Harrison Brown is currently committed to Austin Peay State University for baseball.

Athlete of the Month: Harrison Brown

October 5, 2019

Harrison Brown ’21, a player on the CRLS baseball team, has committed to attend Austin Peay State University in the fall of 2020.

The CRLS football team won their Blackout game against Boston Latin School 47-37.

CRLS Scores 47 points, Continuing Blackout Tradition

September 11, 2019

Following a disappointing season last year, the CRLS Football team rebounded with a big win against Boston Latin School (BLS) on Friday night, starting their season 1-0. Cambridge put on a show in the annual Blackout tradition, emerging victorious in a 47-37 battle. 

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