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

Thirds Soccer

Coaching Staff

Nick Nowak, Head Coach
John Burritt, Assistant

Schedule

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Roster

#NameHometown
1Carter DavisDecatur, GA
2Estyn ElkouhEnfield, NH
3Ale RamirezGuatemala City, Guatemala
4Layton GloverUpper Montclair, NJ
5Justin KimGyeonggi-do, South Korea
7Arthur LeeSuncheon-si, South Korea
8Renzo MartinezMexico City, Mexico
9Bernardo LujanDelicias, Mexico
10Bernardo Ortega Leon, Guanajuato Mexico
11Charles GoodyearSun Valley, ID
12Brendan AgnewFort Mill, SC
13Avan PyleNew London, NH
18Jerry ZhangRepulse Bay, Hong Kong
21Willem NaughtonWellesley, MA
22Mac WangShanghai, China
23William SabatNew York, NY

Scores & Results

Team Opponent Date Advantage Result Score
Thirds Soccer
Jr. High Jamboree
Home Other
Thirds Soccer vs.
Claremont Middle School
Home Loss 2-3
Thirds Soccer vs.
Lebanon Middle School
Away Loss 1-3
Thirds Soccer vs.
Hanover Rec.
Home Tie 0-0
Thirds Soccer vs.
Vermont Academy
Away Loss 2-6
Thirds Soccer vs.
Groton
Away Loss 1-3
Thirds Soccer vs.
Eaglebrook
Home Win 3-0
Thirds Soccer vs.
Lebanon Middle School
Home Win 1-0
Thirds Soccer vs.
Claremont Middle School
Away Win 2-0
Thirds Soccer vs.
Hanover Rec.
Away Loss 2-4

Recent Game Recaps

Jr. High Jamboree
Other

On Saturday, November 2, Cardigan hosted the 2019 Soccer Jamboree. The event featured nine teams from different soccer programs. Each team had to face four teams in the opening rounds to qualify for the semi and final rounds. The Cardigan Thirds Team competed against Indian River A and Lebanon B in the first round. They played a spirited game against Indian River and tied them in the scoreless opener. Unfortunately, they lost to Lebanon, their crosstown rivals, 1-0.

In the second round, the Cougars faced Hanover Parks and Recreation - a team they had tied in their previous match-up. Despite intensity displayed by both teams, neither was able to put a shot in the net. In the final contest of the afternoon, the Thirds squad faced Indian River B and hung six points on a weaker team. Goals and assists rained in from many Cardigan contributors. Justin “DK” Kim ‘23 scored twice - once an assist from Avan Pyle ‘20 and later on an assist by Bernardo Ortega ‘21. Renzo Martinez ‘22 and Ortega each put one in unassisted. Ortega fed Layton Glover ‘22 to bring the final score to 5-1. The Cardigan Thirds Soccer Team can be proud of an outstanding season full of individual and team accomplishments.

vs.
Claremont Middle School
Loss 2-3

The Cardigan Thirds Soccer Team suffered a crushing defeat at home against Claremont on October 30, 2019. Both teams played hard through the first half. With 2:40 left, Claremont scored first, making it 1-0. Five minutes into the second half, Claremont scored again to go up 2-0. The Cougars beat Claremont earlier in the season and took the rest of the game into their own hands. Bernardo Ortega ‘21 scored on a free kick to close the gap to 2-1. This gave new life to the Cougars and with less than two minutes left Renzo Martinez ‘21 took a pass from Justin “DK” Kim and drove it past the Claremont keeper to tie the game. The Cougar fans roared their approval! With only seconds left in the game, Claremont raced down the field, knocking Ale Ramirez to the ground in the process . With an unlucky no call by the refs, Claremont finished off the drive with the winning goal. Final score: Claremont 3, Cardigan 2.

vs.
Lebanon Middle School
Loss 1-3

The Cardigan Thirds Soccer Team traveled to Lebanon to match up against their A team, a squad that’s always ready to compete. Lebanon took a 1-0 lead early in the first half. The Cougars caught Lebanon’s goalkeeper off guard and tied the game on a corner kick from Bernardo Ortega ‘21 to Bernardo Lujan ‘21 as time expired in the first period. That would be all the scoring the Cougars could muster. The Cougars were consistently slow to get back on defense and Lebanon capitalized by pouring in two easy goals to take a 3-1 lead that they would not relinquish. Final score: Lebanon 3, Cardigan 1.

vs.
Hanover Rec.
Tie 0-0

On a glorious Family Weekend, Saturday, October 19th, the Cardigan Thirds Soccer team hosted Hanover, a team that is well coached and always difficult to beat. A full complement of parents were on hand to cheer for their sons. The Cougars played well through all sixty minutes of play, holding Hanover scoreless throughout the entire game. Although no goals were scored, the parents were witness to a really hard fought soccer game by both teams. Final score: Hanover 0, Cardigan 0.

vs.
Vermont Academy
Loss 2-6

One of the highlights of the Cardigan Thirds Soccer Team’s matchup with Vermont Academy on Saturday, October 12 was the drive down to Saxtons River, Vermont as the weather was gorgeous and the foliage was outstanding. Once on the field, the highlights were mostly claimed by Vermont Academy. The Cougars looked intimidated as they faced an older, bigger, and more powerful Wildcat squad who tallied three goals in the first half taking a lead early in the game.

Just before halftime, Bernardo Lujan ‘21 passed to Brendan Agnew ‘21 in the corner. Agnew dribbled away from a defender and launched a nice arching shot into the net. The Wildcats answered with a goal of its own to extend their lead to 4-1. In the second half, the Wildcat’s goalkeeper dropped a shot on goal and Agnew was there to punch in an easy, cleanup goal. Vermont Academy scored two more times to put the game out of reach. Final score: Vermont Academy 6, Cardigan 2.


Record: 4-8-1

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