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  • Basketball - Girls, 2nd Team

Overall Statistics
W L T %
4 1 0 80

Schedule

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Away
League
vs.
St. Paul's School
Loss 15-27
@ St. Paul's School
Home
League
vs.
Proctor Academy
Win 28-11
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
vs.
New Hampton School
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
Cancelled
League
vs.
New Hampton School
@ New Hampton School
Away
League
vs.
Proctor Academy
@ Proctor Academy
Away
League
vs.
Proctor Academy
Win 28-14
@ Proctor Academy
Home
League
vs.
St. Paul's School
Win 29-21
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
Cancelled
League
vs.
Dublin School
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
vs.
High Mowing
Win 23-8
@ Kimball Union Academy
  • 2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Thomas Lord

Team News and Highlights

List of 3 news stories.

  • Wildcats Swamp Pelicans

    The KUA girls’ jv hoops squad scored a big win today over St Paul’s School in KUA’s Alumni Gym, avenging a loss at St Paul’s in the Wildcats first game of the season. This time, it was a total team effort from the ‘Cats that sealed the win. KUA took an early lead, but saw the Pelicans swoop back into the game at the end of the first half. The Pelucan press rattled the Wildcats for a bit but they regrouped at the half and played a smothering defense and a oatient offense that led to the final margin. Juniors Kate Mackey and Winsome Neville may have scored the most points, ten and nine respectively, but it was the hustle and all around gritty play by Junior Haley McNamara, Seniors Sunny Sun, Nancy Nguyen and Alina Maesang, Junior Nikki Petrescu-Boboc and Sophomore Maddy Bridge that really defined what a team effort can accomplish when everyone plays at 100% effort. A great, defining win for this tough-minded team!
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  • Wildcats Spray Hornets

    The KUA Girls' JV Basketball squad traveled to Proctor Academy for the second time in a week and this time took down the hosts with a suffocating defense and opportunistic offense. Juniors Kate Mackey and Winsome Neville led the scoring with 14 and 9 points respectively, while Sunny Sun found open teammates early and often leading to easy buckets. Neville made one of the longest three pointers you'll ever see, hitting nothing but net from at least 30 feet away. But it was a total team effort as the Wildcats' zone defense stifled the Proctor offense. Next up: a rematch with St Paul's on Wednesday Jan 30 in the KUA Alumni Gym.
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  • Girls JV Hoops Sting Hornets

    KUA's Girls JV Hoops squad played its first home game of the 2018-19 season and rewarded the home fans with a convincing 28-11 win over the visiting Hornets from Proctor Academy. The Wildcats, led by Junior Kate Mackey's 15 points, dominated the glass and played a smothering defense that limited the visitors to just four buckets. Winsome Neville '20 added five points and grabbed double digit boards. But it was a total team effort that led to the win. "Sunny" Sun '19 was a steady force on both ends of the floor as all ten members of the team saw significant court time and never let up the intensity of their play that characterizes the great overall effort of this year's team. The Wildcats play their last game before the holiday break on their home court against New Hampton at 2:30 on Wednesday.
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List of 4 news stories.

  • Wildcats Swamp Pelicans

    The KUA girls’ jv hoops squad scored a big win today over St Paul’s School in KUA’s Alumni Gym, avenging a loss at St Paul’s in the Wildcats first game of the season. This time, it was a total team effort from the ‘Cats that sealed the win. KUA took an early lead, but saw the Pelicans swoop back into the game at the end of the first half. The Pelucan press rattled the Wildcats for a bit but they regrouped at the half and played a smothering defense and a oatient offense that led to the final margin. Juniors Kate Mackey and Winsome Neville may have scored the most points, ten and nine respectively, but it was the hustle and all around gritty play by Junior Haley McNamara, Seniors Sunny Sun, Nancy Nguyen and Alina Maesang, Junior Nikki Petrescu-Boboc and Sophomore Maddy Bridge that really defined what a team effort can accomplish when everyone plays at 100% effort. A great, defining win for this tough-minded team!
    Read More
  • Wildcats Spray Hornets

    The KUA Girls' JV Basketball squad traveled to Proctor Academy for the second time in a week and this time took down the hosts with a suffocating defense and opportunistic offense. Juniors Kate Mackey and Winsome Neville led the scoring with 14 and 9 points respectively, while Sunny Sun found open teammates early and often leading to easy buckets. Neville made one of the longest three pointers you'll ever see, hitting nothing but net from at least 30 feet away. But it was a total team effort as the Wildcats' zone defense stifled the Proctor offense. Next up: a rematch with St Paul's on Wednesday Jan 30 in the KUA Alumni Gym.
    Read More
  • Girls JV Hoops Sting Hornets

    KUA's Girls JV Hoops squad played its first home game of the 2018-19 season and rewarded the home fans with a convincing 28-11 win over the visiting Hornets from Proctor Academy. The Wildcats, led by Junior Kate Mackey's 15 points, dominated the glass and played a smothering defense that limited the visitors to just four buckets. Winsome Neville '20 added five points and grabbed double digit boards. But it was a total team effort that led to the win. "Sunny" Sun '19 was a steady force on both ends of the floor as all ten members of the team saw significant court time and never let up the intensity of their play that characterizes the great overall effort of this year's team. The Wildcats play their last game before the holiday break on their home court against New Hampton at 2:30 on Wednesday.
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  • Girls' JV Hoops Drops Hard Fought Opener

    KUA's Girls' JV Basketball squad opened its 2018-19 season down Interstate 89 against the Big Red of St. Paul's. The visitors played like it was their first game in the first half, only scoring four points while playing a physical defense that made the home team work hard for every basket. The 'Cats offense came alive in the second half, and while Junior Kate Mackey did most of the scoring, Haley McNamara '20 hit the 'Cats first three of the season from long range to jump start the team. Newcomers Nikki Boboc '20 and Maddy Bridge '21 were steadying forces at guard and by the time the last horn sounded, it was obvious that this year's JV squad was rounding into form and will be in the victory column very soon. Their next game will be their first home game on Saturday against the Hornets of Proctor Academy at 3:30.
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