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Overall Statistics
W L T %
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Schedule

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Home
League
vs.
Bradford Christian Academy
Win 102-76
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
vs.
Deerfield Academy
Win 75-62
@ Deerfield Academy
Away
League
vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Win 70-48
@ Phillips Exeter Academy
Away
League
vs.
Williston Northampton School
Win 71-59
@ Babson College
Away
League
vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Loss 63-66
@ Babson College
Neutral
League
vs.
Salisbury
Win 67-57
@ Rivers School
Away
League
vs.
Rivers School
Loss 69-71
@ Rivers School
Neutral
League
vs.
Beaver Country Day School
Win 83-45
@ Rivers School
Away
League
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Cheshire Academy
@ Springfield Basketball Hall of Fame
Home
Cancelled
League
vs.
New Hampton School
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
vs.
Cushing Academy
Loss 59-66
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
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Vermont Academy
Loss 72-87
@ Vermont Academy
Home
League
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Wilbraham & Monson Academy
Loss 68-74
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
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Holderness School
Win 87-64
@ Holderness School
Home
League
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GTA
Win 77-75
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
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Proctor Academy
Loss 88-91
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
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Gould Academy
Loss 61-79
@ Gould Academy
Away
League
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Bradford Christian Academy
Loss 71-76
@ Bradford Chirstian Academy
Away
League
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Tilton School
Loss 73-88
@ Tilton School
Home
League
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Holderness School
Win 76-68
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
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Proctor Academy
@ Proctor Academy
Away
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Worcester Academy
@ Worcester Academy
Home
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Gould Academy
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Vermont Academy
@ Kimball Union Academy
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MacDuffie School
@ Kimball Union Academy
  • 2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Mike Olson

Team News and Highlights

List of 3 news stories.

  • KUA evens their record to 9-9 with a 76-68 win over Holderness

    The Kimball Union Wildcats(9-9) pushed their season record to 500 with a 76-68 win over Holderness today. They got off to a slow start but found their offensive touch late in the first half to take a 9 point lead at the half, 39-30. Holderness battled back and went up by one midway in the second half, only to see KUA pull away, in the end, to win by eight. Enoch Cheeks had a game-high 37 points for the night, Will Engelhardt followed with 18, and Trey Parker joined them in double figures with 14. The Wildcats travel to Proctor Academy on Wednesday for a AA rival match-up.
    KUA scoring: Cheeks- 37, Parker- 14, Dolgin- 4, Engelhardt- 18, Jones- 3.
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  • Tilton had the hot hand as they handed KUA a defeat, 88-73.

    The KUA Wildcats came up against a hot-shooting Tilton School opponent last night and lost 88-73. Shooting over 60% from the field for the game the Tilton Rams were 12-17 from beyond the arc in the first half alone as they built a 23 point lead at the half 52-29. The Wildcats then stepped up at both ends of the courts in the second half, holding the Rams to 36 second-half points while scoring 43.   Will Engelhardt lead KUA in scoring with 24 points, followed closely by Enoch Cheeks with 22. The Wildcats return home to play Holderness School on Monday afternoon at 3:30 pm.

    KUA Scoring:  Cheeks- 22, Parker- 9, Dolgin- 10, Engelhardt- 24, Jones- 4, Perdomo- 4
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  • Bradford holds off KUA winning 76-71 in a close battle

    The Kimball Union boys basketball team traveled to play Bradford Academy in a Monday night game and again fell just short, losing 76-71 in a hard fought battle between two AA rivals. The Wildcats struggled to find any tempo in the game, trailing by six at the half, 40-34. They put on a spurt to tie it early in the second half at 44 all only to see Bradford recover to led by seven. KUA battled back again late in the half to make it a three-point deficit with a minute left but failed to connect on two three at the end to lose by 5. Marc Dolgin shot well for KUA going 7-9 from three-point range to lead the Wildcats in scoring with 21 pts; Enoch Cheeks kicked in with 18 pts, and Will Engelhardt (15pts) and Antonio Jones (10pts) joined them in double figures The Wildcats return to action on Wednesday, traveling to Tilton Academy.
    KUA scoring:  Cheeks- 18, Parker -7, Dolgin- 21, Engelhardt- 15, Jones- 10
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List of 18 news stories.

  • KUA evens their record to 9-9 with a 76-68 win over Holderness

    The Kimball Union Wildcats(9-9) pushed their season record to 500 with a 76-68 win over Holderness today. They got off to a slow start but found their offensive touch late in the first half to take a 9 point lead at the half, 39-30. Holderness battled back and went up by one midway in the second half, only to see KUA pull away, in the end, to win by eight. Enoch Cheeks had a game-high 37 points for the night, Will Engelhardt followed with 18, and Trey Parker joined them in double figures with 14. The Wildcats travel to Proctor Academy on Wednesday for a AA rival match-up.
    KUA scoring: Cheeks- 37, Parker- 14, Dolgin- 4, Engelhardt- 18, Jones- 3.
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  • Tilton had the hot hand as they handed KUA a defeat, 88-73.

    The KUA Wildcats came up against a hot-shooting Tilton School opponent last night and lost 88-73. Shooting over 60% from the field for the game the Tilton Rams were 12-17 from beyond the arc in the first half alone as they built a 23 point lead at the half 52-29. The Wildcats then stepped up at both ends of the courts in the second half, holding the Rams to 36 second-half points while scoring 43.   Will Engelhardt lead KUA in scoring with 24 points, followed closely by Enoch Cheeks with 22. The Wildcats return home to play Holderness School on Monday afternoon at 3:30 pm.

    KUA Scoring:  Cheeks- 22, Parker- 9, Dolgin- 10, Engelhardt- 24, Jones- 4, Perdomo- 4
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  • Bradford holds off KUA winning 76-71 in a close battle

    The Kimball Union boys basketball team traveled to play Bradford Academy in a Monday night game and again fell just short, losing 76-71 in a hard fought battle between two AA rivals. The Wildcats struggled to find any tempo in the game, trailing by six at the half, 40-34. They put on a spurt to tie it early in the second half at 44 all only to see Bradford recover to led by seven. KUA battled back again late in the half to make it a three-point deficit with a minute left but failed to connect on two three at the end to lose by 5. Marc Dolgin shot well for KUA going 7-9 from three-point range to lead the Wildcats in scoring with 21 pts; Enoch Cheeks kicked in with 18 pts, and Will Engelhardt (15pts) and Antonio Jones (10pts) joined them in double figures The Wildcats return to action on Wednesday, traveling to Tilton Academy.
    KUA scoring:  Cheeks- 18, Parker -7, Dolgin- 21, Engelhardt- 15, Jones- 10
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  • Gould defeats the Wildcats, 79-61

    Kimball Union traveled up to Maine to take on Gould Academy. The Wildcats made it a close game for most of the night, down 5 at the half and down 3 with just over ten minutes to play in the game. Gould's depth took its toll in the final ten minutes as the outscored KUA 32- 17 down the stretch to win 79-61. Enoch Cheeks had a game-high 32 points and was joined in double figures by Will Engelhardt with 19. The Wildcats have a quick turnaround as they travel down to Bradford Academy for a game Monday afternoon. The Wildcats record now stands at 8-7 for the season. KUA scoring: Cheeks- 32, Parker- 4, Engelhardt- 19, Jones- 6
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  • KUA loses in two overtimes 91-88 to Proctor

    The Wildcats took on AA rival Proctor Academy today and went to two overtimes before falling just short, losing 91-88.  Proctor jumped out to a 12-0 lead at the start, but KUA chipped away and cut it to three at the half 32-29.  The second half was close throughout, but Proctor pushed their lead to three with the clock running down only to see KUA's Marc Dolgin hit a three to take it to overtime.  Again Dolgin hit a three to tie it as the first overtime came to a close, but Proctor was able to pull out the win in the second overtime.  Enoch Cheeks had a game-high 35 points for the Wildcats followed by Dolgin with 21 and Will Engelhart with 18.  The Wildcats will travel to Gould Academy for a 4:30 pm game on Saturday.
    KUA scoring: Cheeks- 35, Parker- 6, Dolgin- 21, Engelhardt- 18, Jones- 4, Perdomo- 2
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  • KUA comes back from a 9 point second half deficit to defeat GTA Prep 77-75

    Trey Parker's season-high 27 points and Will Engelhardt's 24 helped push the Wildcats to a two-point win over GTA Prep, 77-75.  Down nine midway through the second half, the Wildcats battled back to take a 5 point lead late in the game and win by two as GTA Prep hit a three at the buzzer.   KUA's second-half success was due largely in part to points at the charity line with Parker hitting 8-8 and Engelhardt 8-9 in the second stanza alone.  Enoch Cheeks added18 points  8 rebounds and 6 assists for the night.  AA rival Proctor Academy arrives in town to take on the Wildcats next Wednesday.

    KUA scoring:  Cheeks- 18, Parker- 27, Dolgin- 3, Engelhardt- 24, Jones- 4
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  • KUA handles Holderness, winning 87-64.

    The Kimball Union boys basketball team got back on the winning track with an 87-64 win over Holderness today. The Wildcats jumped out to an early ten point lead, pushing it to 15 at the half, 39-24. Kimball Union shot 60% from the field tonight with four players in double figures. Enoch Cheeks had a game-high 27 pts followed by Will Engelhardt (21pts), Trey Parker (18pts) and Antonio Jones with 15 pts. The Wildcats record now stands at 7-5 for the season as they return to action on Saturday.
    KUA scoring:  Cheeks- 27, Parker- 18, Dolgin- 6, Engelhardt- 21, Jones- 15
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  • KUA drops a close one to Wilbraham 74-68

    The Wildcats jumped out to a 27- 13 lead and were up nine at the half, 40-31. A slow start in the second half allowed Wilbraham to cut into Kimball Union's lead and eventually take the lead late in the fourth quarter, winning by six, 74-68. Will Engelhardt had a strong showing for the second game in a row with 22pts for the night.  Enoch Cheeks (17pts) and Trey Parker(12pts) joined him in double figures. The Wildcats return to action traveling to Holderness on Wednesday.
    KUA scoring:  Cheeks- 17, Parker- 12, Dolgin- 9, Engelhardt- 22, Jones- 6
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  • KUA loses to Vermont, 87-72.

    Kimball Union boys basketball team traveled down to Saxton’s River to take on AA rival Vermont Academy. The KUA Wildcats put up a good fight but lost in the end, 87-72. Vermont jumped out to a 20-8 lead at the start but KU whittled that down to a 6 point deficit at the half, 42-36 behind Enoch Cheeks’ 20 first-half points. Vermont pushed the lead to double digits in the third quarter only to see the Wildcats fight back and make it a 7 point deficit with 3 minutes to play in the game. This was the closest KUA could muster as Vermont won in the end by 15. Will Engelhardt played a strong second half on the offensive end scoring 16 of his game total 22 pts. Cheeks ended the game with a team-high 24 pts. Mark Dolgin hit 4-8 from beyond the arc for 12pts for the game. The Wildcats return to action home on Saturday vs Wilbraham. Game time has been moved to earlier in the afternoon- a 1:30 pm start.
    KUA  scoring:  Cheeks-24, Parker-8, Dolgin-12, Engelhardt-22, Jones-6
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  • Cushing pulls away the end to defeat the Wildcats 66-59

    The Kimball Union Wildcats returned to action after their holiday break to take on Class AA rival Cushing Academy at home today. In a hard fought battle the Wildcats fell short in the end losing by seven, 66-59. Kimball Union tied the game at 53 all with five minute to play only to run out of gas at the finish. Trey Parker had his best game of the season so far, hitting 5 out of 9 from behind the arc, finishing with 18 pts for the night. Enoch Cheeks scored 11 of his game high 19 points in the second half. The Wildcats return to action next Wednesday at Vermont Academy.
    KUA scoring:  Grady- 2, Cheeks -19, Parker -18, Dolgin- 9, Jones- 6, Perdomo- 3
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  • KUA bounces back from a loss to beat Beaver CD, winning 83-45

    The Wildcats redeemed themselves with a solid performance defeating Beaver Country Day School 83-45 to finish third in the Rivers Holiday Tournament today.  Shooting 1-10 from beyond the arc in the first half KUA took a five point lead into the locker room, 30-25.  They then exploded in the second half starting with a 16-0 run to put the game out of reach.  The Wildcats found their outside touch hitting 10 of 16 second-half three-point shots, scoring 53 points to win 83-45.  Enoch Ckeeks lead all scorers for the night with 30 pts.  Joining him in double figures was Jammy Pierre-Louis (18 pts)  and Jay Elmore (16pts).  The Wildcat take a 6-2 record into next week to finish out before the holidays.
    KUA Scoring:  Pierre-Louis- 18, Cheeks- 30, Parker- 5, Dolgin- 3, Elmore- 16, Engelhardt- 6, Jones= 6, Perdomo- 3.
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  • Rivers holds on to defeat the Wildcats 71-69

    Playing in their second game of the day the Wildcats  took host Rivers down to the wire before losing 71-69 in the end.  Kimball Union had an early lead of ten cut to three at the half and then were exchanging the lead for much of the final stanza before Rivers hit four consecutive threes late in the game to pull ahead.   Jay Elmore, hitting 5 threes, was the game highscorer with 25 points, followed closely by Enoch Cheeks (23 pts), and Will Engelhardt (11pts).  The Wildcats will play Beaver Country Day School in the third place game tomorrow.
    KUA scoring:  Pierre-Louis- 5, Cheeks- 23, Parker- 4, Elmore- 25, Engelhardt- 11
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  • The Wildcats play a strong second half to defeat Salisbury 67-57.

    Kimball Union played a strong  second half to defeat Salisbury in the opening round of the Rivers Holiday Tournament, 67-57.  Lead by Enoch Cheeks” game high 24 points and supported by Jay Elmore (14 pts) and Will Engelhardt (13 pts), the Wildcats push their record to 5-1.  A quick turn a round is required as they take on host Rivers School later tonight at 7:30.
    KUA Scoring:  Pierre-Louis- 7, Cheeks- 24, Parker- 9, Elmore- 14, Engelhardt- 13
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  • KUA loses for the first time this seson 66-63 to Andover

     
    KUA's struggled to score today scoring 18 points in the first half to go down by eleven at the half and as many as 17 early in the second half.  From there they battled back to mke it  game at the end losing by three, 66-63.   EnochCheeks  scored 29 pts for the game to lead all KUA scorers; Jay Elmore and Jammy Pierre-Louis each had 10 pts to join him in double figures.  KUA's record now stands at 4-1 as they next travel to play in the Rivers Holiday tournament Dec 14-15.
    KUA scoring:  Pierre-Louis- 10, Cheeks- 29, Dolgin- 2, Elmore- 10, Engelhardt- 2, Jones- 4.
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  • KUA defeats Willliston in the Scholar Roundball Classic at Babson College today, 71-59,

    Jammy Pierre-Louis' 16 first half points started the Wildcats off on the right foot and Enoch Cheeks' 16 second half points helped seal the deal as Kimball Union defeated Williston today 71-59 at the Scholar Roundball Classic at Babson College.  KUA took a ten point lead into the locker room at the half, 40-30, survived an early run by Williston at the start of the second half to then build their lead back up to ten at the end.  Cheeks lead all scorers with 28 points; Pierre-Louis hitting five threes added 19 points, and Jay Elmore joined them in double figures with 13.  The Wildcats play their second game of the Classic tomorrow morning at 9:30 versus Andover Academy.
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  • The KUA Wildcats outpace Exeter to win 70-48

    A solid team defensive performance by the Wildcats held Exeter to 20 first half points as Enoch Cheeks scored 27 of his game high 34 points in the first half to pace the Wildcats to a win over Exeter today, 70-47.  KUA lead 44-20 at the half and then cruised to the win.  Jay Elmore joined Cheeks in double figues with 11 points for the night.  KUA next plays Willliston on Saturday at Babson College.
    KUA scoring: Pierre-Louis- 5, Cheeks- 34, Parker-3, Elmore- 11, Engelhardt- 8, Jones- 4, Dolgin- 5.
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  • KUA defeats Deerfield 75-62.

    Kimball Union Boys basketball team travelled to Deerfield to day and came away with a hard fought 75-62 victory. The Wildcats went up by 15 as the first half ended, 35-20, but had to survive a determined comeback by Deerfield in the second half as they cut KUA’s lead to three midway into the fourth quarter. Will Engelhardt hit two threes and went 9 for 10 from the foul line in the second half to help KUA preserve their win. Enoch Cheeks again lead KUA in scoring with 26 for the game. Jay Elmore went 5-7 from beyond the arc, scoring 19pts and Will Engelhart was close behind with 17. KUA returns to action on Wednesday playing at Exeter.
    KUA scoring:  Pierre-Louis- 2, Cheeks- 26, Parker- 3, Dolgin- 5, Elmore- 19, Engelhardt- 17, Jones- 4.



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  • KUA wins home opener 102-76 over Bradford Christian Academy

    The Kimball Union Wildcats opened their season today with an entertaining win over Bradford Christian Academy 102-76. In a fast paced match KUA jumped out to an 8 point lead at the half 47-39 behind Enoch Cheek’s 20 first half points. Cheeks finished up the night with a game high 34 points. The Wildcats opened up their lead late in the second half hitting 9 of their 12 three pointers. Jay Elmore kicked in scoring 27 points and Will Engelhardt had a solid night at both ends of the court finishing with 22 points. Kimball Union returns to action on Saturday, travelling down to play at Deerfield Academy.  
    KUA Scoring:  Pierre-Louis- 6,  Grady- 6, Cheeks- 34, Elmore- 27, Engelhardt- 22, Jones- 2, Dolgin- 5.                              
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Founded in 1813, Kimball Union Academy is one of the oldest private boarding high schools in New Hampshire and the country. KUA blends the best of the New England boarding tradition with an innovative, modern educational program for a diverse group of day and boarding students from across the country and around the world. Located in Meriden, New Hampshire in the heart of the Upper Valley, Kimball Union is minutes from Dartmouth College and has direct access to Boston and New York.