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

Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Coaching Staff

Ishmael Kalilou, Head Coach
Jeff Good, Assistant

Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Alerts
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Proctor Academy
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Brewster Academy
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KUA
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Hillside
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Eaglebrook
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Boys Club of NYC
All Day
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Tilton School
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Hillside
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Holderness
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Proctor Academy
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Roster

#NameHometown
2Eric RoachfordNew York, NY
3Nick GeorgeWest Palm Beach, FL
4Heewoo JungSeoul, South Korea
10Jenson SmockKentfield, CA
11Daniel JungSeoul, South Korea
12Bill KeAvon, CT
13Matthew HallStockton, CA
14Carsten ViravecHinsdale, IL
15Yaneik GallegoNew York, NY
21Max McClureMeriden, NH
22Ian HedeNew York, NY
23Kenny ChenShandong, China
24Gordon GruberNew York, NY

Scores & Results

Team Opponent Date Advantage Result Score
Varsity Basketball vs.
Proctor Academy
Home
Varsity Basketball vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Home
Varsity Basketball vs.
Vermont Academy
Away Loss 43-64
Varsity Basketball vs.
Jamboree
Home Other

Recent Game Recaps

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Vermont Academy
Loss 43-64

The Varsity basketball Cougars opening game of the 2019-20 season was tight in the first 8 minutes of the first half, but they struggled when Vermont Academy went into their full court press. Suddenly the boys in green found themselves 10 points down and turning over the ball too often in an attempt to get back into the game. At the half, the Cougars trailed by 16 points; down 18-34. Max McClure ‘21 providing the most offense for the Cougars with 9 of his 15 points.

In the second half, the Cougars seemed to regain their composure, quickly chipping away at the lead and coming within 6 points when the Wildcats went into a zone defense and the Cougars faltered. By the time the offense adjusted it was too little too late; the final score CMS 43, VA 64.

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Jamboree
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CMS JAMBOREE

CMS 23, Proctor 28

CMS 35, Tilton 23

The Cougars Varsity Basketball Team hosted their opening basketball jamboree, with teams from Proctor, Tilton, and New Hampton traveling to participate. The Cougars and Hornets from Proctor were slated for the opening game; it was the first time the Cougars faced an opponent and nerves were high. In this low scoring contest, the score remained tight through most of the game. The Cougars were moving the ball well on offense, finding looks to the basket, but struggling to finish. In the waning minutes, slightly behind, the Cougars began to take more risks, leaving themselves open to counterattacks, and the Hornets went on to win the game 23-28.

In the consolation game against the Rams of Tilton, who had lost in the final seconds to New Hampton, the Cougars settled down a bit, played tighter defense, and finished with more confidence. Seven players would add to the final tally, led by captain Heewoo Jung ‘20 with 10 points, the first double-digit tally of the year. The Cougars went on to win the game 35-23. Congratulations to Proctor Academy for winning the tournament for the second year in a row.


Record: 1-2

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Director of Athletics
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Julia Ford
Assistant Director of Athletics and Director of Alpine Skiing
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Athletics Administrative Assistant
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Leonard Angelli
Athletic Trainer
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