Athletics News

Cougars Best Brookies 8-4
The Cardigan Varsity Baseball Team ended the season on a high note, beating a much-improved Eaglebrook team 8-4 on Saturday. The Brookies were a tough, talented bunch this time around and gave us all we could handle. The Cougars set the tone early in the game, scoring two runs in the top of the first when TZ Zagarri singled on the first pitch of the game, and Chris Moore followed that up with
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Cougars Finish Season with a Win at Eaglebrook
On Saturday, Varsity Lacrosse traveled with the rest of the teams down to Eaglebrook for a full day of games. The Cougars started off strong and despite Eaglebrook responding early with a few goals the Cougars controlled the game from start to finish. The Cougars were awarded a three-minute non-releasable penalty early in the second half which afforded them the opportunity to push the lead to a co
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Cougars Fight Back but Fall Just Short to the Eagles
The Cougars traveled down to Eaglebrook on a warm Saturday afternoon to cap off a season of tremendous improvement and character building. Riley Shaw and Cooper Warrington scored for Cardigan to knot the score at 2-2 at halftime. After falling into penalty trouble during the third quarter, Cardigan rallied during the final frame of the game. Ben King, Juan Pedro Barroso, and Cam Cyr helped Cardiga
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Solid Goaltending Leads Cougars to Win over Eagles
The Thirds lacrosse team ended their season in fashion with a 7-2 victory against their rival, Eaglebrook. The Cougars played a very solid game on both ends of the field and saw another fantastic performance by their goaltender, Noel Dalton. Overall, Thirds lacrosse had a successful spring, finishing the season with a 4-3 record.
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Cougars Beat Eagles in Timeless Rivalry
Cardigan hit the road Saturday morning in route to a rivalry matchup against Eaglebrook. The Eagles poured it on early, sprinting through the neutral zone while cycling the ball with precision. The Cougars withstood the early run, maneuvering themselves within striking distance at halftime. It was evident this bout would be a bruiser. The second half posed to be a game of runs, as teams volleyed s
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Hong Leads Cougars with No-Hitter
The JV Baseball team traveled to Eaglebrook School on Saturday and came away with an 11-0 win on a hot and humid morning. Matt Hong led the way for the Cougars by throwing a complete game no-hitter and striking out 11. The Cardigan bats were hot on Saturday morning as well, collecting 16 hits on the day from 10 different players. Landen Prince led off the game for the Cougars and hit the first pi
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Thirds’ Bats Wake Up, Take Eaglebrook Day
On Saturday, Cardigan celebrated their annual Spring Eaglebrook Day, with the Thirds team traveling down to Eaglebrook School to take on the Eaglebrook Juniors. The game saw some good pitching and timely hitting on both sides. Additionally, the defense struggled on both sides, with the teams combining for 13 errors. The game ended, however, on a highlight-reel catch at second base by Finn Schmidt,
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Cougars Lose to a Very Talented Team
The Eagles were the most talented group of players that the Cougars had the privilege of playing against this season. They were dominant in doubles as well as in singles. The closest match that the young Cougars could muster was at number five singles. Gianluca Audia made the most of his opportunity to play at that spot. He reduced his errors considerably and induced his opponent to make errors in
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Cougars Fall to Eaglebrook But Showed Good Sportsmanship and Grace
The Cardigan Cougars Thirds Tennis Team traveled to Eaglebrook for a biannual tradition . . . Eaglebrook Day! Our third face-off against the Eagles and final match of the season proved to be feathers over fur. A swift victory for the Eagles, the Cougars were only able to walk away with one singles and one doubles victory. JohnO Hoins won decisively against his opponent (6-0) and of course, Tony Zo
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Cougars Come Out on Top After Close Match
In our final match of the season, CMS came away with a win in a close match against our rivals. This was some of the best tennis we have seen from the boys all year. A highlight was a match that we lost at the number 2 doubles spot; Lucas Ding and Tom Li went to a tiebreaker game and every point of every match was a battle with many hits on both sides. It was fun to watch and though we didn't come
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