Cardigan Mountain School A boarding and day school for boys in grades 6 through 9
Cardigan varsity lacrosse player driving on Deerfield Academy defenseman

Events

vs.
Manchester Jr. Monarchs
Home
vs.
College Durocher Saint-Lambert
Home
vs.
College Durocher Saint-Lambert
Home
vs.
JV Quad, St. Paul's School
Away
vs.
Hartford Wolfpack
Home
vs.
Eaglebrook
Away

Scores

vs.
Plymouth Jr. Panters
Win 6-0
vs.
Plymouth Jr. Panters
Tie 3-3
vs.
St. Louis
Loss 0-3
vs.
St. Louis
Loss 3-2
vs.
Mascoma Youth
Loss 22-38
vs.
Claremont Middle School
Loss 2-3
vs.
Claremont Middle School
Win 6-0
vs.
Hanover 7/8
Loss 6-40
vs.
Vermont Academy
Win 5-2

Athletics

Cardigan provides all students with a unique opportunity to participate in an age-appropriate, competitive athletic program. We field 39 teams in 16 different sports. We have a team for everyone.
 

We believe in the benefits of the multi-sport athlete, while at the same time providing support for the student in his core sport. Students electing not to participate on a competitive team are provided other noncompetitive opportunities to develop their physical skills in the pursuit of a well-rounded education in mind, body, and spirit.

We are committed teaching the value of hard work, ethical conduct, sportsmanship, fair play, and teamwork through dedication to the teacher–coach model. We recognize that a healthy athletic environment is inclusive, that every team member is equally important, and that the athletic experience should be fun for all participants, coaches, and spectators.

Sportsmanship

Cardigan Mountain School believes sportsmanship is an essential component for the success of interscholastic athletics. Student-athletes, coaches, officials, and fans demonstrate sportsmanship by following the Cardigan core values of compassion, integrity, respect, and courage. We encourage all participants to enthusiastically support their team, recognize outstanding performance of opponents, and always exhibit good sportsmanship in their words and actions.

Watch: Cardigan Athletics

One of things we know is that middle school boys need to be active, so part of their education is athletic education. A lot of the boys come with a sport of hockey or lacrosse or skiing that they feel is an important part of their identity. We want to honor that, and we want to do it the right way.

Head of School Christopher Day P'12,'13

A view of the Johnson-Wakely Fitness Center's weights and exercise equipment

Johnson-Wakely Fitness Center

Built in 2013, the beautiful Johnson-Wakely Fitness Center is a modern athletic training facility featuring the latest technology in fitness equipment, cardiovascular training equipment, and free weights.

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Ryan Frost
Director of Athletics
rfrost@cardigan.org

Julia Ford
Assistant Director of Athletics and Director of Alpine Skiing
jford@cardigan.org

Nancy Moye
Athletics Administrative Assistant
nmoye@cardigan.org

Leonard Angelli
Athletic Trainer
langelli@cardigan.org

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