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

JV Soccer

Coaching Staff

Rob Edson, Head Coach
Meg Lloyd, Assistant


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2Juan Pablo OrozcoGuadalajara, Mexico
3Miguel VerduzcoColima, Mexico
4Jake LeeSeoul, South Korea
5Sean WangSuzhou, China
6Daniel JungSeoul, South Korea
7Andile MuhlauriWhite River Junction, VT
8Owen TatroColchester, VT
9Samuel PfefferlBremen, IN
11Jason MahSeoul, South Korea
12Jack RobertsGlencoe, IL
13Kaleb MaccioliClaremont, NH
15Connor PollardLebanon, NH
18Ken WongShenzhen, China
20Reid GueldenzophMeriden, NH
21Luke LitowitzPomfret, CT
23Jeffrey KangSeoul, South Korea
24Jackson DaviesMeriden, NH
26Max McClureMeriden, NH
GKTeddy StettiniusWashington, DC

Scores & Results

Team Opponent Date Advantage Result Score
JV Soccer vs.
Vermont Academy
Home Win 5-2
JV Soccer vs.
White Mountain School
Away Win 2-1
JV Soccer vs.
Away Win 8-0
JV Soccer vs.
Hanover JV
Home Win 2-0
JV Soccer vs.
High Mowing
Away Win 7-3
JV Soccer vs.
Away Win 3-0
JV Soccer vs.
Home Win 3-2
JV Soccer vs.
Home Win 4-0
JV Soccer vs.
Home Win 7-0
JV Soccer vs.
Woodstock Middle School
Home Win 6-0

Recent Game Recaps

Vermont Academy
Win 5-2

The Cardigan JV Soccer Team finished the season with their 10th straight victory as they, once again, overcame an older and much bigger opponent. Vermont Academy struck quickly, scoring off a corner kick just four minutes into the game. Jake Lee ‘21 knotted the score when he deposited a Daniel Jung ‘21 pass into the back of the net. The Cougars continued to struggle against the Wildcat's superior size and again fell behind 2-1. Jung put the Cougars back even with a screaming shot off an Owen Tatro ‘21 assist. Tied at the half, the boys were implored to play the final 35 minutes of their season with their best possible effort. Two goals in the first ten minutes of the second half showed that Cardigan would not be intimidated. Ken Wong ‘21 notched his first goal of the season when he blasted a rebound off the crossbar from Andile Muhlauri ‘21. Luke Litowitz ‘20 then shook off an illness that kept him sidelined for the first half and rifled a direct kick into the upper 90. Miguel Verduzco ‘21 completed the 5-2 victory with a penalty kick after Jackson Davies ‘22 was taken down in the box. The defensive line of Jeffrey Kang ‘21, Connor Pollard ‘20, Max McClure ‘21, Sean Wang ‘21 and Kaleb Maccioli ‘20 were outstanding all afternoon. The Cougars finished with a 10-1 record and, more importantly, were a model of sportsmanship and unselfishness all season

White Mountain School
Win 2-1

The Cardigan JV Soccer Team traveled to the White Mountain School to face a team of much older, bigger, and faster boys. The young Cougars found themselves struggling to get their passing game in gear on a very tiny field and had to make in-game adjustments. Sam Pfefferle ‘21 rewarded the team's efforts when he took a Luke Litowitz ‘20 pass and rifled home a goal from outside the 18 yard box. After White Mountain evened the score off a free kick, the two teams continued their back and forth battle into the second half. Jack Roberts ‘21 and Teddy Stettinius ‘21 backed up the best defensive effort of the season from Connor Pollard ‘20, Jeffrey Kang ‘21, Max McClure ‘21, Sean Wang ‘21 and Kaleb Maccioli ‘20 to keep the game tied. With the clock ticking down inside the final minute of play, Stettinius sent a long punt to Miguel Verduzco ‘21 who sent Owen Tatro ‘21 in on goal from 30 yards out, Tatro calmly held off two defenders to net the game winner. After a furious final minute, the Cougars could celebrate their ninth win in a row. Midfielders Ken Wong ‘21 and Jason Mah ‘22 along with striker Jake Lee ‘22 had excellent games for Cardigan.

Win 8-0

The Cardigan JV Soccer Team continued to show their dominant team play and versatility as they returned from break with an 8-0 win at KUA. Connor Pollard ‘20 and Sean Wang ‘21 netted their first goals of the year giving the team thirteen different goal scorers this season. Andile Muhlauri ‘21 had a hat trick, Jackson Davies ‘22 notched a brace and JP Orozco ‘22 added a goal. Owen Tatro ‘21 had three assists, Sam Pfefferle ‘21 had two helpers and Daniel Jung ‘21 had one. Four of the goals were scored by players using their weak foot, and several players played positions that they had not tried yet this year. Max McClure ‘21, Jeffrey Kang ‘21 and Kaleb Maccioli ‘20 moved up from their defensive positions and kept the play moving through the midfield. The Cougars enter the final week of the season on an eight game win streak.

Hanover JV
Win 2-0

The Cardigan JV Soccer Squad put their winning streak on the line against an older and determined Hanover team on Family Weekend. The midfield was a battle ground all day with Jackson Davies ‘22, Luke Litowitz ‘20 and Reid Gueldenzoph ‘22 digging in to hold off Hanover's counter attack. Jack Roberts ‘21 and Teddy Stettinius ‘21 were outstanding in net as the teams went into the half tied at 0-0. Daniel Jung ‘21 capitalized on a Hanover error by drilling home a free kick from the 18 yard line to give the Cougars a 1-0 lead. Sam Pfefferle ‘21 sealed the deal with a rocket from 20 yards out off a pass from Miguel Verduzco ‘21 and a final 2-0 score. The defensive line was under pressure all day but refused to break. Connor Pollard ‘20, Jeffrey Kang ‘21, Max McClure ‘21, Kaleb Maccioli ‘20 and Sean Wang ‘21 had their strongest game of the year in preserving the team's sixth shutout of the season.

High Mowing
Win 7-3

The Cardigan JV Soccer Squad showed the effects of the long drive to High Mowing as they found themselves in an early 2-0 hole. After fighting back to a 4-3 lead at the half, the Cougars responded to their coaches' halftime challenge by shutting out the home team on their way to a 7-3 victory. Owen Tatro ‘21 and Andile Muhlauri ‘21 notched two goals each, and Jake Lee ‘21 had a goal and an assist. Reid Gueldenzoph ‘22 drilled home his first goal of the year, and Miguel Verduzco ‘21 also tallied one for the Cougars. Assists came from Connor Pollard ‘20, Jason Mah ‘22, Daniel Jung ‘21, Jackson Davies ‘22, and Sam Pfefferle ‘21. Ken Wong ‘21 and Luke Litowitz ‘20 had excellent games controlling the midfield for Cardigan. Eleven different players have now scored at least one goal for the Cougars, and fifteen players have a goal or an assist. Safe to say that this team understands teamwork!

Record: 12-2

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