2015 Meet Results


2015 Thundering Herd
Track & Field Results

Boys Record: 7-0
Girls Record: 7-0

Carlisle at PIAA State Track and Field Championships

Monday, May 25

Please congratulate our Boys Track and Field team on their 3rd place team finish at the State Championship meet this past weekend. Deshawn Millington collected medals and at both triple jump, where he was the silver medalist as well as high jump, where he was 7th. Isa Paschall placed 3rd at Triple jump then anchored our 4x100 meter relay to another set of medals with the help of Isaiah Banks, Junior Gaie, and Prince Gaye. Matt Wisner placed 5th in the 800 and was the only underclassman to medal in the event. Zach Brehm made history on several levels. As he won the 3200 in a PIAA new record time, he became the first runner in PA history to have won all three distance events over his career. His sophomore year he was the 800 champion, last year the 1600 champion, and now the 3200. Thank you for making Carlisle proud!

The Lady Herd had lots to be proud of this season as well, despite not bringing home State hardware. The relay team of Bre Clippinger, Allie Duffy, Najae Nickerson, and Abby Walters far exceeded expectations. Leanza Lopez is our new school record holder in the 3200, and Sarah Bourdon set a new PR at 11 feet, six inches at Pole Vault. Great job girls!

To view pictures from the PIAA State Championships click here

Carlisle at District III Championships

Monday, May 19

Please congratulate your Thundering Herd Boys' Track and Field team for successfully defending their District III Championship by completely overwhelming the rest of their competition. The 2nd and 3rd place teams could have combined and still failed to knock the Herd from the top of District III. We scored a total of 89 points led by triple gold medalist Zach Brehm who bested his own school record in the 3200 with a new District III meet record as well. The 4x100 meter relay team of Junior Gaie, Prince Gaye, Isaiah Banks, and Isa Paschall also set a new school record claiming silver in that race. Isa was the District Champion at long jump. Deshawn Millington won the triple jump and added big points at high jump and long jump too. Matt Wisner picked up a silver in the 800.

The girls team was led by Maddie Kole who was our highest finisher with a sliver medal in the 800. Leanza Lopez and Sarah Bourdon also qualified as individuals for states. The 4x100 meter relay has qualified for the state meet next week as well.

Please congratulate all of our state finalists and especially the boys as they look to better last year's runners-up finish at States!

To view pictures from the District III Championships click here

Carlisle at Mid-Penn Conference Championships

Monday, May 11

The Carlisle Track and Field teams travelled to Chambersburg to compete at Mid-Penns on Saturday. The Thundering Herd defended the title claimed last year and came out on top scoring a total of 93 points. Zach Brehm won the 1600, the 800, and anchored the 4x800 relay to another gold performance. Deshawn Millington won the triple jump and placed 2nd in the High jump. Isa Paschall picked up a 3rd at Triple jump, but then broke a Mid-Penn AND Chambersburg STADIUM record at Long Jump going 23 feet and 9 inches. The Stadium record had stood for 42 years and had been held previously by Carlisle's own Minor Redman, set in 1973!!! All-Conference honors were also earned by Matt Wisner, Joe DeAngelo, Brandin Dyche, and Chuckie Nist.

On the girls side we had one individual Conference Champion, Maddie Kole in the 800. Other individuals earning All-Conference honors included Shayla Dukes in the 100, Sarah Bourdon at Pole Vault, Leanza Lopez in both the 3200 and the 800, Haily Midgley in the 3200, and Megan Woodward in the 800.

To view pictures from the Mid-Penn Conference Championships click here

Carlisle vs Harrisburg

Wednesday, May 6

The Thundering Herd welcomed Harrisburg to Ken Millen Stadium yesterday for the final dual meet of the season. Neither boys' or girls' meets were ever in jeopardy as the Herd cruised to easy wins on both sides. The boys won by a final score of 118-32 and were led by a trio of double event winners: Zach Brehm, Deshawn Millington, and Chuckie Nist. Other event winners were Noah Chirico, Joe Brown, Connor Hamilton, Jack Newton, Joe DeAngelo, and Prince Gaye. With this win the boys wrapped up their undefeated season and Mid-Penn Commonwealth division crown!

The final score on the girls side was 98-51 as the Lady Herd also completed a perfect, undefeated season of their own and matched the boys with another Mid-Penn Division title. The Harrisburg girls have a couple of the best athletes in the state, but Carlisle's depth in all events and across all events led to the easy dual meet victory. Event winners for the girls were: Lauren Clay, Maddie Kole, Sarah Frick, Debbie Stanback, Tyra Brown, Jilian Ingram, and Sarah Bourdon.

Please congratulate members of your Track and Field teams for representing Carlisle so well this year!

To view pictures from the Carlisle-Harrisburg Dual Meet click here

Carlisle at Stan Morgan Invitational

Monday, May 4

To view pictures from the Stan Morgan Invitational click here

Carlisle at Central Dauphin East

Wednesday, April 29

The Thundering Herd travelled back to Landis Field to take on CD East on Tuesday. On the boys side the Panthers put up a good fight, but the Herd overwhelmed the Panthers' stars with our quality depth. Isa Paschall led the way winning 3 events. Other event winners were Brandin Dyche, Zach Brehm, Max Fiorentino, Chuckie Nist, Deshawn Millington, and Noah Chirico as the Herd pulled out a 91-59 win.

The Girls' win was never really in jeopardy as the Lady Herd cruised to a 96-54 win. Leading the way for the girls were double event winners Shaylah Dukes and Najae Nickerson. Other girls winning events included Leanza Lopez, Addy Jastron, Julia Ledgett, Debbie Stanback, Tyra Brown, Jilian Ingram and Sarah Bourdon.

Both teams remain undefeated at 6-0 with only Harrisburg left standing in the way of a perfect season. Come out and support your team next Tuesday as we wrap up 2 Mid-Penn Commonwealth titles!

To view pictures from the Carlisle-CD East dual meet click here

Carlisle at Central Dauphin

Wednesday, April 22

Carlisle Track and Field teams travelled to face Central Dauphin on Tuesday and handled both sides with ease. The Lady Herd cruised to a 109-41 victory and the boys and even more convincing 122-28 win.

Girls were led by double event winners Shaylah Dukes, Alexis Lebo, and Najae Nickerson. Other event winners were Bry Youtzy, Sarah Bourdon, Leanza Lopez, Megan Woodward, Mary Smith, and Debbie Stanback.

Boys were led by Chuckie Nist who won all three throws: Discus, Javelin, and Shot put. Double event winners were Deshawn Millington, Jordan Purcell, and Zach Brehm and other individual winners included Isa Paschall, Prince Gaye, Matt Wisner, Isaac Kole, and Mychael Thomas.

Both teams remain undefeated and stand alone at the top of the Mid-Penn Commonwealth at 5-0.

To view pictures from the Carlisle-Central Dauphin dual meet click here

Carlisle at Shippensburg Invitational

Monday, April 20

On Saturday, April 18th the Carlisle Track and Field teams headed to Shippensburg University to preview the facilities where, once again both District III and State Championship meets will be held later in May. The Lady Herd fared substantially better than last year and despite not having a single individual champion, came up with a 4th place finish. The track events were where Carlisle fared the best picking up top-5 performances from several different girls. Julia Ledgett claimed 2nd place in the steeplechase. Caitlyn Padgett placed 3rd in the 3200. Maddie Kole got a 4th in the 800 and a 5th in the 400. Najae Nickerson picked up two 5th place finishes in both the 100 high hurdles as well as the 300 intermediate hurdles. Both the 4x400 and the 4x800 relays were in the medals and Shaylah Dukes took 6th place in the 100 dash. Finally, Sarah Bourdon chipped in 2 team points with her 7th place finish at pole vault contributing from the field, in a new lifetime PR of 11'3".

On the boys side things were not much different. Remember last year at this meet the Herd placed 4th and later went on to be runners-up at States so with this year's 2nd place finish, the coaching staff is well pleased with where we are right now. Much like on the girls' side the boys got points from many different events, but did manage one individual champion as Deshawn Millington defended the pit where he last won a state title and set a new meet record at triple jump going 47'6.25". He also took 3rd place at the high jump with a height of 6'2". Matt Wisner doubled well with a 3rd place 1600 time and followed up with a 4th place in the 800. Zach Brehm took 2nd in the 1600. Brandin Dyche placed 5th at steeplechase. Isa Paschall picked up 3 points with a 6th in the 100, while Deonte Ramsey was the surprise of the day nabbing 3rd place at triple jump with a 44'7" mark. The 4x8 relay placed 3rd and the 4x1 relay was only a few hundredths off of re-setting a school record. All in all a solid day for the Herd which used the meet as a stepping stone for bigger things to come.

To view pictures from the Shippensburg Invitational click here

Carlisle vs State College

Wednesday, April 15

Carlisle Track and Field teams hosted State College yesterday which was a battle of the only undefeated teams left in the Commonwealth. On the boys side the mid-distance duo of Zach Brehm and Matt Wisner provided 4 wins and 2 relay victories en route to an 83-67 win over the Little Lions. Deshawn Millington grabbed wins at High Jump and Triple Jump and Mychael Thomas led the hurdlers to some much needed points. The boys team is now 4-0 and little stands in the way of locking up the division crown.

The Lady Herd took the Lady Little Lions down to the last event before pulling out a 79-71 win as well. Maddie Kole led the way with 2 event wins over State College's state medalist, and also anchored 2 winning relays. Shaylah Dukes provided a big win in the 100 to go along with 2 relay wins. Other event winners coming up big were Caitlyn Padgett in the 3200, Mary Smith at discus and Sarah Bourdon at Pole Vault. The girls team also remains the only undefeated team in the Commonwealth with little left to challenge them until Districts.

To view pictures from the Carlisle-State College dual meet here

To read the Sentinel write up click here

Carlisle at Hempfield Black Knight Invitational

Monday, April 13

Carlisle Track and Field teams headed to Hempfield in Lancaster County to see some different competition as the competitive dual meet season is winding down. The Mid-Penn Commonwealth crown for both boys' and girls' teams will be decided at home against State College on Tuesday. Despite the focus being on the upcoming Tuesday meet, the Herd laid down some great performances for early April. One the boys side, once again Deshawn Millington set another Meet record at Triple jump going 46'6.25". Teammate Deonte Ramsey picked up a 3rd place in the event, while Isa Paschall spent his day on the track. Isa placed 3rd in the 100, 4th in the 200, while also anchoring the 4x100 to a team victory, and finally running a great leg of the 4x4 relay. Zach Brehm picked up a win in the 1600 with teammate Joe Deangelo right behind him in 3rd.

On the girls side the Lady Herd managed to place 2nd as a team without having a single event winner. Shaylah Dukes picked up a 3rd in the 100, and a 2nd in the 200. Maddie Kole and Caitlyn Padgett went 2-3 in the 1600 and Leanza Lopez placed 2nd in the 3200. Sarah Bourdon was the runner-up with an 11 foot pole vault and Alexis Lebo placed 3rd at triple jump.

Both Herd squads look forward to Tuesday as State College comes to town in the battle of the only remaining undefeated Mid-Penn Commonwealth teams.

To view pictures from the Black Knight Invitational click here

Carlisle vs Cumberland Valley

Wednesday, April 8

Carlisle Track and Field teams welcomed Cumberland Valley to the home opener yesterday and sent them home quickly. The boys team trounced the Eagles by a score of 110-40. Event winners included Isa Paschall, Jordan Purcell, Joe DeAngelo, Zach Brehm, Mychael Thomas, Matt Wisner, Junior Gaie, Chuckie Nist, and Deshawn Millington.

The Lady Herd convincingly defeated the Lady Eagles as well by a score of 91-59. The girls were led by Maddie Kole and event winners Shaylah Dukes, Leanza Lopez, Najae Nickerson, Koshayia Regis, Alexis Lebo, Jilian Ingram, and Sarah Bourdon.

Both teams will battle State College for the Commonwealth Division crown next Tuesday at home-come out and support your team!

To view pictures from the Carlisle-Cumberland Valley dual meet click here

To read the Sentinel write up click here

Carlisle at Chambersburg

Wednesday, April 1

The Carlisle Track and Field teams travelled to Chambersburg Tuesday and came away with two more big wins.

The Thundering Herd boys crushed the Trojans by a score of 104-46. Leading the way were Deshawn Millington and Matt Wisner. Millington won High, Long, and Triple jumps while anchoring the 4x100 relay to another win. Wisner won two events and ran on two winning relay teams. Other event winners for the boys were Junior Gaie, Zach Brehm, Noah Chirico, and Mychael Thomas.

The Lady Herd punished the Lady Trojans for last year's narrow loss by inflicting a 109-41 defeat. The girls won 16 of the 18 events! Leading the way for the girls were Najae Nickerson and Maddie Kole who both won two individual events and were on two winning relay teams. Shaylah Dukes won both the 100 and the 200 while anchoring the 4x100 relay to victory. In the field events, Jilian Ingram won both the High jump and Long jump. Other event winners on the day were Caitlyn Padgett, Cassidy Hoover, Kristen John, Sarah Bourdon, and Debbie Stanback.

Both Boys and Girls teams are 2-0 and will host Cumberland Valley in the home opener next Tuesday, come out and support your team!

To view pictures from the Carlisle-Chambersburg dual meet click here

Carlisle at Tim Cook Invitational

Monday, March 30

The Thundering Herd headed to Chambersburg for the Tim Cook Invitational on Saturday, March 28th for a non-scoring meet. Both boys and girls sides recorded some excellent performances as they get ready for a heavy dual meet schedule over the next 2-3 weeks. There were about 30 teams in attendance and Carlisle athletes notched quite a few top-3 performances highlighted by Deshawn Millington's new Meet record at triple jump of over 46 feet. Isa Paschall picked up a 3rd at the Triple behind him and the duo placed 2nd and 3rd as well in the Long jump. Isa also competed on the track winning the 100m dash and leading the 4x100m relay to a 2nd place finish. The boys distance squad chipped in as well as Matt Wisner and Zach Brehm cruised to a 1-2 finish in the 800, then joined the 4x400 relay and took another 2nd place there to end the day.

The Lady Herd was represented on the medal stand throughout the meet. Just like their boys' 800 compatriots, Maddie Kole and Leanza Lopez went 1-2 in the 800. Caitlyn Padgett finished 2nd in the 3200. Najae Nickerson took 2nd in the 300 hurdles. Sarah Bourdon won the Pole Vault and Cassidy Hoover nabbed a 2nd at Long jump to represent our jumpers. All three relay teams placed top-3, just a really nice, well balanced attack from a team that will not be content this year to just watch the boys' side perform at the highest levels. Looking forward to the first big test on Tuesday as we return to Chambersburg for our duel.

To view pictures from the Tim Cook Invitational click here

Carlisle at Mifflin County

Wednesday, March 25

The Carlisle Track and Field teams travelled Mifflin County yesterday and came away with two big wins.

The Thundering Herd boys came away with a 93-57 victory over the Huskies to open the season. Leading the way were double event winners Isa Paschall, and Matt Wisner. Paschall won the 100 and the Long jump, while Wisner won the 400, 200, and anchored 2 winning relay teams in the 4x800 and 4x400. Other individual event winners were Zach Brehm in the 1600, Deshawn Millington at Triple Jump, Joe DeAngelo in the 800, and Jordan Purcell at the High Hurdles.

Not to be outdone, the Lady Herd crushed the Lady Huskies by a score of 112-38. Leading the way for the girls were Cassidy Hoover and Shaylah Dukes. Hoover won the Long, Triple, and High Jumps. Dukes won the 100 and the 200 while running on 2 winning relay teams, the 4x100 and 4x400. Other event winners were Sarah Frick in the 1600, Addy Jastron in the 400, Sarah Bourdon at Pole Vault, Leanza Lopez in the 800, and Lauren Clay in the 3200.

Carlisle at Mifflin County Results(PDF - 45 KB)

Carlisle at Tim Cook Invitational Results(PDF - 130 KB)

Carlisle at Chambersburg Results(PDF - 30 KB)

Carlisle vs Cumberland Valley Results(PDF - 146 KB)

Carlisle at Black Knight Invitational Results(PDF - 139 KB)

Carlisle vs State College Results(PDF - 435 KB)

Carlisle at Shippensburg Invitational Results(PDF - 100 KB)

Carlisle at Central Dauphin Results(PDF - 57 KB)

Carlisle at CD East Results(PDF - 64 KB)

Carlisle at Stan Morgan Invitational Results(PDF - 139 KB)

Carlisle vs Harrisburg Results(PDF - 423 KB)

Mid-Penn Conference Championship Meet Results(PDF - 171 KB)

PIAA District III Championship Meet Results(PDF - 59 KB)

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