Cardigan Mountain School A boarding and day school for boys in grades 6 through 9

JV Basketball

JV Basketball

Coaching Staff

Scott Wight, Head Coach


Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Alerts
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1 Tinashe Muhlauri, Guard, Meriden, NH

2 Eric Roachford, Point Guard, New York, NY

3 Alan He, Point Guard, Beijing, China

5 Yaneik Gallego, Guard, New York, NY

10 Daniel Jung, Point Guard, Seoul, South Korea

*11 Gabriel Abdeen, Forward, Bogota, Columbia

12 Jenson Smock, Guard, Kentfield, CA

14 Jihwan Sung, Forward, Location

15 Brian Kim, Guard, Seoul, South Korea

20 Jimmy Wu, Guard/Forward, Kunming, China

22 Deegan Blasko, Center, Stony Brook, NY

*23 Owen Fu, Guard/Forward, Yantai, China

24 Junyoung Bak, Center, Seoul, South Korea


Scores & Results

Team Opponent Date Advantage Result Score
JV Basketball vs.
New Hampton School
Home Win 35-23

Recent Game Recaps

New Hampton School
Win 35-23

Cardigan JV basketball took on New Hampton for their final game of the season. The Cougars came to play, passing and scoring often to grow a 12 point lead, at half. The Cougars were flying around the court, playing some of their best basketball of the season.

The second half was much of the same excitement with steals, fast break points, and great team defense. The Cougars maintained the lead throughout. Alan He ‘19 had a big game with a few buckets, as well as Jihwan Sung ‘19 with 8 points, and Owen Fu ‘19 with 6. It was a captivating game and a great way to end the season.

Brewster Academy
Loss 30-43

The Cardigan JV Basketball Team traveled to Brewster, matching up against the Bobcats for the first time this year. The Cougars got off to a slow start, falling behind ten points in the early minutes of the game. Eric Roachford ‘20 turned things around late in the first half, converting on a series of dribble drives into the lane, trimming the Bobcat lead to 4 points late in the first half. The Cougars played great team defense, but gave up a number of fast-break points, which allowed the Bobcats to extend their lead in the early minutes of the second half. Jihwan Sung ‘19 battled hard on both ends of the court, pulling down offensive rebounds, forcing turnovers, and scoring in the lane. The Cougars pulled the game within 10 points with around 5 minutes to play, but their bid for a comeback fell short.

Win 30-25

Cardigan JV Basketball Team made up for a slow performance the last two times they faced KUA. They played at a high level with great effort on defense, while knocking down some big shots early. Jenson Smock ‘20 (5 points) and Eric Roachford ‘20 (3 points) hit some big shots in the first half to establish 16-11 lead.

In the second half, the Cougars were able to get some turnovers with their press and attacked KUA often. Jihwan Sung ‘20 (8 points) had a fantastic second half as well as Junyoung Bak ‘19 (2 points), helping the Cougars push to the finish. The Cougars managed to take the 2018-2019 series 2-1 against KUA with this big win at home.

Loss 25-34

After dropping a close game against rival Eaglebrook earlier in the year, the Cougars took to the court hoping to even the season series. The first half can best be characterized as a defensive battle, with each team forcing the other to turn the ball over at a high rate. The Cougars picked up some momentum at the end of the half when Eric Roachford ‘20 converted on a strong drive into the lane. Roachford was a leader for the Cougars throughout the game, working tirelessly on the defensive end to get steals and slow down the Eagle’s offense. Roachford’s efforts were also key to our success offensively, as his plethora of dribble moves created gaps in the zone defense and opened up opportunities for teammates. The Cougars also received a strong effort from Jihwan Sung ‘19, who converted on numerous contested shots in the lane. Despite a late rally that brought the Cougars within 3 points, they came up short, falling by a score of 34-25.

Loss 12-19

The JV basketball Cougars matched up against KUA for the second time this season, this time at home. A defensive battle took place, putting emphasis on each team’s ability to limit turnovers and make shots. Jimmy Wu ‘19 was such a strong force for the Cougars with 6 of the teams 12 points. Ultimately, the score remained tight until the final minutes when the Wildcats were able to make a couple baskets in the lane and the Cougars couldn’t answer. A really tough loss for the Cougars as they fell 19-12. The Cougars will rebound after a short break over Family weekend.

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