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

JV Football

Cardigan JV running back carries the ball against Fall Mountain

Coaching Staff

Chris Kelleher, Head Coach
James Forse, Assistant
Ishmael Kalilou, Assistant


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1Josh TedeschiNew London, NH
5Leo SimSeoul, South Korea
7Matthew HallStockton, CA
11Juno CowansBeverly, MA
12Hudson HeinemannNew York, NY
13Junhyeong AnMcLean, VA
16Jimmy LiQingdao, China
20Ben McCormickSterling, VA
21Ethan LoTaipei City, Taiwan
22Joaquin VargasSan Pedro, Mexico
24Noah CouttolencMexico City, Mexico
25Eric RoachfordNew York, NY
26Santiago SalcedoCiudad de Mexico, Mexico
35Federico CortesMexico City, Mexico
36Dom TaylorWest Lebanon, NH
44Jayden LeeIncheon-Si, South Korea
45Sanders MorrisMountain Brook, AL
52Matthew ChowHillsborough, CA
53Jacob ParkSeoul, South Korea
55James LiuBeijing, China
56Jack LinShenzhen, China
57Dylan GormanRye, NY
58Eric HongSeoul, South Korea
59Albert ParkIncheon, South Korea
65John ParkCheonan-si, South Korea
66Kevin WuBeijing, China
72Kevin GuBeijing, China
74Joshua KimSeoul, South Korea
75Thomas OhSeoul, South Korea
77Christopher KinneGrantham, NH
80Nathaniel LambertHartland, VT
85Gabe QuinnDade City, FL
90Brian KimSeoul, South Korea
98Randy XiaoBeijing, China

Scores & Results

Team Opponent Date Advantage Result Score
JV Football vs.
Mascoma Youth
Away Loss 22-38
JV Football vs.
Hanover 7/8
Away Loss 6-40
JV Football vs.
Home Loss 0-28
JV Football vs.
Indian River School
Home Loss 0-38
JV Football vs.
Claremont Middle School
Home Loss 12-38
JV Football vs.
Bellows Falls
Away Loss 0-26
JV Football vs.
Lebanon Middle School
Away Loss 8-42
JV Football vs.
Fall Mountain HS
Home Loss 20-50

Recent Game Recaps

Mascoma Youth
Loss 22-38

In a thrilling rematch between the Mascoma Royals and the Cardigan JV Football Cougars, the Royals once again prevailed despite an inspired effort from the Cougars. The Royals hosted the competition on a perfect, crisp autumn day. Many fans were in attendance for the final game of both teams' seasons, adding great energy to the amazing environment. The Royals jumped out to an early lead that they never relinquished with strong runs by their offense. The Cougars found success on the offensive side of the ball with Joaquin Vargas '21 at quarterback as he helped orchestrate three scoring drives. The Cougar defense also produced a few big stops to help keep the Royals at bay in the second half. Even though the Cougars didn't get a win to close the season, the team played their best football of the year.

Hanover 7/8
Loss 6-40

The JV Football Cougars fell in a tough road game against a strong Hanover Marauder team. The Marauders found their groove with great offensive plays that opened up the game and really challenged the Cougar’s defense. Dom Taylor '22 found the endzone on a tough run to put the Cougars in the scoring column. All-in-all, the team continues to grow and looks to close the season with a win against Mascoma this Saturday.

Loss 0-28

The JV football Cougars fell to a stingy Newport Tigers team on a perfect fall day on Marrion Field. From the onset, the Tigers established a strong run game and complemented their offense’s success with great team defense. After falling behind 20-0, the Cougars began to find some success with strong defensive plays, slowing the Tiger attack. Chris Kinne ‘22 and Joaquin Vargas ‘21 led the Cougars with some inspired plays and great tackles. With another game of experience, the Cougars look to put together a complete effort at Hanover this coming Wednesday.

Indian River School
Loss 0-38

The Cardigan JV Football Team was shut out in a tough game on Marrion Field. In front of a large crowd on Family Weekend, Mascoma established the tempo and physicality of play for the game, running out to a 22-0 lead. Despite the spirited play of the Cougars on defense, the offense never found a way to lower the differential or find the end zone. Joaquin Vargas ‘21 made a great interception and broke up a few other passes. The Cougars look to get their first win this coming Saturday against Newport.

Claremont Middle School
Loss 12-38

The Cougars JV Football Team fell to the visiting Claremont Eagles in a hard-fought game on Marrion Field. On a perfect autumn afternoon, both teams played a spirited game with strong defensive play. The Eagles scored early in the game before the defenses took over keeping the score 6-0 heading into the half.

The second half was another story as the Eagles found the endzone multiple times while taking control of the game. The Cougars scored twice with Brian Kim '20 hauling in a touchdown reception and Jayden Lee '22 running in a score. Dom Taylor '22 also played a great game on both sides of the ball and helped set the tone for the Cougars. With another great learning experience, the Cougars aim to get their first win of the season next week at home against Mascoma.

Record: 0-8

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