Athletics News

Slow Start The Ends Well
For the second time this season, the KUA thirds team made the trip to Cardigan. KUA jumped out to a quick start scoring on a breakaway goal and out-competed Cardigan in the first period. The Cougars finally woke up and started playing their game in the second period. Justin Lee got called up from Cardigan's thirds team and played an excellent game in the net. Chad Leach played up front in the thir
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Thirds Team Comes up Short
The thirds hockey team lost to the Upper Valley Storm Bantams 5-2. Cameron Eckelman played well in goal, but did not get much defensive support from his forwards in the loss. Aidan White and Joe Roberts each scored a goal for the Cougars. The team hopes to rebound in their last couple of games of the season.
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Big Win After Slow Start
The Varsity Cougars traveled to KUA for the second matchup of the season. It was a slow start for Cardigan who found themselves in an early hole against an aggressive KUA squad. They gradually clawed their way back into contention going into the half even at 26 apiece. Defensively, the boys needed to transition faster and closeout more aggressively in order to stop KUA from hitting outside shots a
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Cougars Lose Close One in Back and Forth Battle
The JV Cougars took on KUA for the second time this season, this time away after winning in a buzzer-beater at home just over a week ago. KUA had a slow start to the game as Cardigan was able to take advantage with an early lead to start the first half. Towards the end of the first half the Cougars could not score, allowing KUA to chip away at the score and leave it 14-8 with the Cougars ahead hea
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Great Performance Despite Loss in Last Game of the Season
The With love in the air, the Reserve Basketball Team took to the court against Cornish in the team's final game of the season. After beginning the season with a win, the Cougars desperately wanted to taste victory yet again. Despite a well-fought battle, the team was unable to come out on top. The final score was 23-39.
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CMS Nordic Finishes Strong in Lakes Region Championship
The Cardigan boys skied in the Lakes Region Championship at the Holderness School this afternoon. The skiathlon format consisted of a 3km classic loop followed by a 3km skate loop. In the middle, each skier had to change from their classic skis and poles to their skate skis and poles. Notable performances came from first-year skiers Steven Song and Harry Chen. Overall, great skiing CMS boys! The t
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Great Effort in NEPSAC Championships
Five members of the Alpine ski team traveled down to Berkshire East this past Wednesday for the NEPSAC Championships. The team was comprised of Sumner Frandsen, Luis Legorreta, Jay Lee, Wes Stocken, and Gianluca Audia. Legorreta had some good speed in both races but unfortunately had a DSQ in SL and a crash in his first run of GS. This meant that the other four boys had to pick up the pace. Sumner
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Cougars Sweep Ulysse Weekend
The varsity hockey team faced off against Ulysse for the third time on Sunday morning, and once again engaged in a hard-fought battle. Ulysse struck early on the power play to take an early lead into the first intermission. In the second period, the visitors extended their lead to two with another power-play goal, but a well-placed shot from Matthew Grabmann was tipped by Ryan Huntley shortly afte
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Huntley Hatty Leads Cougars to Victory
The varsity hockey team played the first of two mini-games of the day against Ulysse on Saturday, earning a 4-1 victory. Despite falling behind 1-0 early, the Cougars were able to control much of the play, and solid netminding from Bo Solomon allowed them to walk away with a comfortable victory. From the opening faceoff, Cardigan played with pace, keeping their shifts short and putting pressure on
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Cougars Run Out of Steam
The varsity hockey team played their third game in less than 24 hours, facing Cushing on Saturday afternoon. The Cougars were unable to apply pressure and spent some time defending in their own zone throughout the game, playing with just four defensemen. Cushing used their size and speed to their advantage, escaping Canaan with a well earned 3-0 victory. Cardigan is back in action Sunday morning w
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