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

Varsity Football

Varsity Football

Coaching Staff

Hal Gartner, Head Coach
Allan Kreuzburg, Assistant
Kris Langetieg, Assistant
Rich MacDonald, Assistant


Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Alerts
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7David WarderS/QBCharleston, SC
9Christian MaroLB/RBDarien, CT
12Connor HennesseyS/QBNewton, MA
14Santiago BuenoCB/WR/KMexico City, Mexico
17Carsten ViravecDL/FBHinsdale, IL
20Nate JohnsonLB/RB/KConcord, NH
21Logan FruehwirthCB/WRPotomac, MD
22Nick GeorgeCB/WRWest Palm Beach, FL
24Conley BohanCB/WRConcord, NH
25Nick YoonCB/WR/KRSeoul, South Korea
26Logan HuetterLB/WRDel Mar, CA
35Will RassierLB/RBPrinceton, NJ
36Yaneik GallagoLB/RBNew York, NY
50Jason JiangDL/OLBeijing, China
52Charlie KnappLB/OLWayland, MS
54Jay HongLB/OLSeoul, South Korea
60Leon LiDL/OLWinchester, MA
64Robert BlenkDL/OLBusan, South Korea
65Lucas DingDL/OLBeijing, China
70Michael LiuDL/OLQindao, China
72Justin LeeDL/OLLos Angeles, CA
77Victor ZhuDL/OLActon, MA
78Terry KimDL/OLSeoul, South Korea
80Campbell HendeeLB/RB/KRHouston, TX
81Kevin WangLB/RBZhuhai, China
82Mauricio GomezCB/WRMcAllen, TX
85Damian ZhuDL/WRShanghai, China
87Billy LyonsCB/WRQuechee, VT
88Kenny ChenDL/TEQingdao, China
89Jack HinesDL/TESouth Strafford, VT
90Gordon GruberDL/WRNew York, NY
94Andy YoonDL/OL/FBDaegu, South Korea
95Deegan BlaskoDL/OLStony Brook, NY
99Franklin ChowDL/OLHillsborough, CA

Scores & Results

Team Opponent Date Advantage Result Score
Varsity Football vs.
Avon Old Farms
Home Win 18-8
Varsity Football vs.
Exeter High School
Home Loss 0-40
Varsity Football vs.
Belmont Hill
Home Loss 0-49
Varsity Football vs.
Away Loss 8-32
Varsity Football vs.
Home Loss 20-30
Varsity Football vs.
Exeter High School
Away Loss 8-32
Varsity Football vs.
St. Paul's School
Home Loss 0-12
Varsity Football vs.
@ Williston Northampton - Rectory, Rumsey, Fessenden, Williston Northampton
Away Other

Recent Game Recaps

Avon Old Farms
Win 18-8

At the end of a long, tough season, the Cardigan Varsity Football Team squared off against AvonOld Farms for their final game. The Cougars started the game with a 7-minute scoring drive, giving them the lead. The Cougar defense had a great showing and kept the Avon offense in check for the whole first half. Late in the first half, the Cougars put together a couple of good drives but were unsuccessful in scoring. The game remained 6-0 at halftime.

Avon started the second half with an impressive run up the middle for a 60-yard touchdown. Trailing 6-8 the Cougars needed to put together a scoring drive and did just that behind an incredible offensive line effort. With the lead 12-8 late in the 4th quarter, the Cougar’s defense was able to force a fumble and retain possession. With momentum in their favor, the Cougars put together another long scoring drive. With only 30 seconds remaining, an Avon comeback was unlikely, but both teams continued to battle and the Cougar defense forced one more turnover on the final play of the game.

Thank you to the seniors and to the fans, who supported the team all season.

Exeter High School
Loss 0-40

On Family Weekend, the Cardigan Varsity Football Team had a rematch against Exeter High School. The Cougars played well on defense behind strong tackling from Robert Blenk ‘20 and Franklin Chow ‘20. Unfortunately, the Cougars fell victim to several big plays from a strong Exeter offense that were let in for touchdowns. The Cougars will spend the week sharpening their skills as they look to host Avon, for the final game of the season.

Belmont Hill
Loss 0-49

On Saturday, the Cardigan Varsity Football Team hosted the Sextants of Belmont Hill. The Cougars had a tough day on the gridiron, allowing several big plays by Belmont. Unforced errors were a killer for the Cougar offense, turning the ball over four times. The Cougars look forward to their rematch against Exeter High School, Saturday.

Loss 8-32

The Cardigan Varsity Football Team traveled to the Groton School to take on the Zebras. It was a tough day for the Cougars. Although they played the entire game, the Cougars struggled with tackling, which resulted in a score weighing in the Zebra’s favor. The Cougars move into this week of practice with a focus on being more aggressive. Thank you to Groton School for the great hospitality.

Loss 20-30

The Cougars got off to a slow start against rivals Eaglebrook going down 16-0 at the half. Eaglebrook, with a gutsy onside kick call to start the second half, put the Cougars in a 24 point hole. The Cougars refused to let the deficit keep them down and after several impressive runs from Yaneik Gallego ‘20, Cardigan finally got points on the board. A quick turnover from Eaglebrook setup the Cougar's next score by David Warder ‘21. The Cougar’s defense came away with another huge defensive stand finished off with a blocked punt from Gordon Gruber ‘21.

With the momentum turning, the Cougars were putting together what looked to be another successful drive but were halted by a penalty and fumble returned for a touchdown, which gave Eaglebrook a 30-12 lead with only 1:30 left in the game. The Cougar team refused to quit and put together a 70-yard touchdown drive that was capped off with an impressive TD catch from wide receiver Conley Bohan ‘21. Thank you to the fans for the support and thank you to Eaglebrook for the competition. Final Score: Cardigan 20, Eaglebrook 30.

Record: 1-6

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Athletics Administrative Assistant

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Athletic Trainer