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

Fourths Soccer

Coaching Staff

Julia Ford, Head Coach
Cooper Hemphill, Assistant

Schedule

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Roster

NameHometown
Danny CommerfordBow, NH
Asher FrankelCincinnati, OH
Justin GongQingdao, China
Ryan HamSeoul, South Korea
Tanner HetheringtonHubertus, WI
Blake HodgesKennesaw, GA
Sungyun KimSeogwipo-si, South Korea
Austin KnottFranklin, NH
Conor LeRoyCanaan, NH
Tedy O'KeefeCohasset, MA
Andrew ReillyCape Neddick, ME
Jasper TuthillEtna, NH

Scores & Results

Team Opponent Date Advantage Result Score
Fourths Soccer
Jr. High Jamboree
Home
Fourths Soccer vs.
Claremont Middle School
Home Win 6-0
Fourths Soccer vs.
Lebanon Middle School
Away Loss 1-3
Fourths Soccer vs.
Indian River School
Away Loss 1-5
Fourths Soccer vs.
Hanover Rec.
Home Loss 1-4
Fourths Soccer vs.
Hartland Middle School
Home Win 5-1
Fourths Soccer vs.
Newport
Home
Fourths Soccer vs.
Eaglebrook
Home Loss 0-1
Fourths Soccer vs.
Lebanon Middle School
Home Loss 0-2
Fourths Soccer vs.
Claremont Middle School
Away Tie 2-2

Recent Game Recaps

vs.
Claremont Middle School
Win 6-0

The Cardigan Fourth Soccer Team had a great final game of the season against the Eagles of Claremont Middle School. Coming off some challenging matchups, the Cougars were looking to show their improvement and hard work in front of the home crowd. The Cougars started quickly when Andrew Reilly ‘21 sent Jasper Tuthill ‘22 a beautifully paced ball from the backfield where Tuthill showed great composure with two Claremont defenders at his heels, slipping the ball into the back of the net. The Cougars were fired up and continued their strong play from there. Tuthill’s strike was followed by well-executed goals by Sungyun Kim ‘23, Justin Gong ‘23, Ryan Ham ‘22 (2), and Teddy O’Keefe ‘21. Ham, who is left foot dominant, scored a great right-footed goal from just inside the 18 to great cheers from his teammates. Danny Commerford ‘22 showed great improvements in net, making skilled saves and punting the ball accurately to his teammates for a counterattack. The Cougars walk away from their last regular-season game with a 6-0 win. The Cougars look forward to the Cardigan Mountain School Jamboree on Saturday.

vs.
Lebanon Middle School
Loss 1-3

The Cardigan Fourth Soccer Team had an evenly matched battle against Lebanon B, playing their best soccer of the season. The Cougars have worked hard on improving their off the ball moment and connecting passes. Their hard work was demonstrated through great team play and beautifully linked passes, starting in the Cougar defensive zone and ending in a shot on net.

Although improvement was shown, the Cougars struggled to find the back of the net, losing the match 3-1. Danny Commerford ‘22 had his best game of the season at Keeper. Standing confidently in net, Commerford stopped two penalty kicks and many shots on net, keeping the Cougars in the game. DK Kim ‘23 scored the only Cougar goal on the day off a beautiful passing series resulting in a great cross by Tanner Hetherington, which connected with Kim in the Lebanon box. The Cougars continue their season Wednesday when they face Claremont.


vs.
Indian River School
Loss 1-5

The Cardigan Fourth Soccer Team traveled ten minutes down the road to face their friends at Indian River School. A talented, mainly 8th grade team, Indian River proved to be a challenging match for the young Cougars. Fortunately, Layton Glover ‘22, Carter Davis ‘22, DK Kim ‘23, and Alex Wang ‘23 came out to help the squad. The Cougars fought hard and left everything on the field but Indian River was too skilled, walking away with the 5-1 win.

One highlight of the game was a beautiful goal by Justin Gong ‘23. Andrew Reilly ‘21 who has really developed a strong right footed boy this season, struck a perfect corner kick, meeting a perfectly timed, far post run from Gong. Gong made contact with the ball and left know chance for the Indian River keeper. The coaches were thrilled to see execution of a play the Cougars repeatedly have worked on in practice. Nice job, boys!


vs.
Hanover Rec.
Loss 1-4

The Fourth Soccer Team came out flat against Hanover on Family Weekend. After a couple days of conferences and family events, the boys couldn’t shake off their lethargic energy. However, the Cougars gave spurts of great effort to turn the momentum around. There were moments of greatness but overall, Hanover dominated the play. The Cougars have worked hard the last five weeks of soccer and have earned the long weekend to rest and recover.

Record: 4-6-1

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Ryan Frost
Director of Athletics
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Julia Ford
Assistant Director of Athletics and Director of Alpine Skiing
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Nancy Moye
Athletics Administrative Assistant
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Leonard Angelli
Athletic Trainer
langelli@cardigan.org