Athletics News

Cougars Beat Tilton 21-2 on the Road
Well, the weather hasn't been very cooperative for the varsity baseball team, but they took advantage of a clear and cold Friday to head to Tilton, and come away with a 21-2 win in five innings.
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Bobcats Edge Out Cougars in Close Match
On a cold Wednesday afternoon, JV tennis hosted a team from Brewster Academy. The Cougars lost a close match 4-5. Kite Fu continued his winning way and won his match at #6 (8-5). Jason Jiang won at #5 (8-5). Colin Rosato and Will Bruguiere both came from behind winning their matches at 9-7).
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Cougars Sweep Wildcats 9-0
The Cardigan Cougars, Thirds tennis team, hosted the Wildcats of Vermont Academy on this brisk afternoon. The Cougars played magnificently and swept the competition nine games to zero. In spite of the brisk spring weather, both teams were in good spirits and thankful to be playing on our scenic lakeside Ramos courts.
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Cougars Get a Nice Team Win Over the Bulls
Varsity lacrosse traveled to Holderness today to take on the Bulls. Cardigan played well with all team members of the team making strong contributions to the 15-0 win. Charlie Ross and Aiden McDonnell got their first goals of the season, and Kennedy Opie finished the day with five. Gannon Peters saw action at the faceoff X spelling Aiden McDonnell. McDonnell, Peters, and Ross were joined by Tre An
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Cougars Lose Close Match Against Bobcats
The Bobcats of Brewster Academy in last Saturday’s match at home upended the Cougars. Jason Li had a difficult time with a hard-serving player at number one singles. Matias Martinez and Pablo Villarreal at number two and three singles, respectively, eliminated their opponents on exciting tiebreakers. Jimmy Wu and Alejandro Gonzales, at number four and five singles, also forced tiebreakers, which t
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Cougars Drop Season Opener
The Cougars finally got outside to play baseball on Friday, and unfortunately, they were upended by a gritty Groton team 5-4. It's always an adjustment when the boys are able to get outside and play, and today costly errors combined with the Groton defense proved too much to overcome.
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Varsity Lacrosse Falls to Deerfield by One on the Road
Varsity lacrosse was back on the road today at Deerfield Academy for their third game of the season. The Cougars started off well with a nice defensive stop and the first goal of the game to take a 1-0 lead. The Cougars traded goals with Deerfield throughout the afternoon. Several times Cardigan got out to a two-goal lead only to see Deerfield chip away at it and tie the game back up. Deerfield to
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Cougar JV Laxers Out-Hustled by Pelicans
The JV group traveled to Concord and played the Saint Paul's School JV team, our first game on grass. The Cougars lost a 1-8 decision, with SPS gathering up more ground balls and out-hustling us.There were bright spots in our play. Bo Solomon and Julian Popowich combined for ten saves. Ben Baroni was a star on defense and scored the goal with his long pole. Ben King, Chad Leach, and Riley Shaw wer
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Cougars Unable to Keep up with Wildcats
The Cougars played their first Lakes Region League match against the Wildcats of Kimball Union Academy, the defending champions. Jason Li at number one singles played against a former Cougar, Jon Schafer, CMS ’15. Li lost the first set but forced a second set tiebreaker with outstanding rallies. Schafer’s experience prevailed in the tiebreaker beating Li 7 – 3. Matias Martinez, at number two singl
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JV Tennis Wins Home Season Opener Against Wildcats JV
JV Tennis hosted KUA on a cold Wednesday afternoon. We are so lucky to have the indoor courts. Cardigan won the match 6-3. Kite Fu at #6 played his best tennis in two years, winning the deciding match 8-6. Colin Rosato followed with an (8-5) victory. Magnus Gadowsky completed a gutsy match winning a tie-breaker (9-8)5. Jack Ren had little difficulty winning his match at #3 (8-0.) Jason Jiang won h
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