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14 5 0 73.7

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Stanstead College
Win 5-3
@ Stanstead College
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Northwood Prep
Loss 3-4
@ Stanstead College
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Vermont Academy
Win 5-3
@ Phillips Exeter Academy
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Brunswick School
Win 7-3
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Proctor Academy
Win 6-3
@ Proctor Academy
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Brewster Academy
Win 5-1
@ Brewster Academy
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Tilton School
Loss 1-2
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Flood-Marr Holiday Tournament
Salisbury
Loss 0-3
@ Noble and Greenough
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Noble and Greenough School
Win 1-0
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Deerfield Academy
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@ Milton Academy
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Milton Academy
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Millbrook
Win 5-2
@ Nichols School
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Brunswick School
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Belmont Hill School
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Rivers School
Win 5-3
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Vermont Academy
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Governor's Academy
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St. Paul's School
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Deerfield Academy
Loss 1-4
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Brewster Academy
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Stanstead College
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Tilton School
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Northfield Mount Hermon School
@ Northfield Mount Hermon School
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Holderness School
@ Holderness School
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New Hampton School
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Phillips Andover Academy
@ Phillips Andover
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New Hampton School
@ New Hampton School
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Holderness School
@ Kimball Union Academy
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  • 2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Tim Whitehead

Team News and Highlights

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  • KUA Can't Catch Up, Falls to Deerfield

    The Kimball Union Wildcats fell behind early and could not catch up to a strong Deerfield team, falling 4-1 on Wednesday at Deerfield. After spotting the hosts a two-goal lead in the first, the Wildcats pressed for a goal early in the second only to have Deerfield capitalize on a turnover to take a 3-0 lead. A terrific individual effort by junior Sullivan Mack put KUA on the board late in the second, but Deerfield extended the lead early in the third and held on for the win.
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  • Team Effort Lifts Wildcats over St. Paul's

    Junior goalie Zach Paputsakis made 23 saves and four different players found the back of the net for KUA as the Wildcats won their eighth game in a row, beating St. Paul’s 4-1 on Saturday in Meriden. KUA jumped out to a 2-0 lead after one period on goals from Paul Dore (1G, 1A) and Brian Carrabes (1G, 1A). In the second, Christian Felton (1G) and Zach Taylor (1G) doubled the total as the Wildcats took a 4-0 lead into the third period. St. Paul’s earned one goal back midway through the third but Paputsakis shut the door the rest of the way. Tomas Mazura, Seth Stadheim, Arlo Merritt, and Drew Bennett picked up assists in the win. 
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  • Offense Powers Wildcats Past Governor's

    Junior forward Zach Whitehead scored a hat-trick and added an assist while linemate Tomas Mazura had six points to help the Wildcats to a lopsided 11-0 win over Governor’s Academy on Friday in Meriden. KUA led 3-0 after one period on goals from Mazura (1G, 5A), Drew Bennett (1G, 1A), and Grant Eastwood (1G). KUA then tallied four goals in the second period as Sullivan Mack (1G, 1A), Brian Carrabes (1G, 2A), Arlo Merritt (1G) and Whitehead (3G, 1A) found the back of the net. The third period was more of the same as Teddy Griffin (1G, 1A) and Seth Stadheim (1G) squeezed goals around two more by Whitehead to round out the scoring. Junior goalie Veeti Kohvakka (14 saves) and senior goalie Jonah Silverman (9 saves) combined for the shutout.
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  • KUA Can't Catch Up, Falls to Deerfield

    The Kimball Union Wildcats fell behind early and could not catch up to a strong Deerfield team, falling 4-1 on Wednesday at Deerfield. After spotting the hosts a two-goal lead in the first, the Wildcats pressed for a goal early in the second only to have Deerfield capitalize on a turnover to take a 3-0 lead. A terrific individual effort by junior Sullivan Mack put KUA on the board late in the second, but Deerfield extended the lead early in the third and held on for the win.
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  • Team Effort Lifts Wildcats over St. Paul's

    Junior goalie Zach Paputsakis made 23 saves and four different players found the back of the net for KUA as the Wildcats won their eighth game in a row, beating St. Paul’s 4-1 on Saturday in Meriden. KUA jumped out to a 2-0 lead after one period on goals from Paul Dore (1G, 1A) and Brian Carrabes (1G, 1A). In the second, Christian Felton (1G) and Zach Taylor (1G) doubled the total as the Wildcats took a 4-0 lead into the third period. St. Paul’s earned one goal back midway through the third but Paputsakis shut the door the rest of the way. Tomas Mazura, Seth Stadheim, Arlo Merritt, and Drew Bennett picked up assists in the win. 
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  • Offense Powers Wildcats Past Governor's

    Junior forward Zach Whitehead scored a hat-trick and added an assist while linemate Tomas Mazura had six points to help the Wildcats to a lopsided 11-0 win over Governor’s Academy on Friday in Meriden. KUA led 3-0 after one period on goals from Mazura (1G, 5A), Drew Bennett (1G, 1A), and Grant Eastwood (1G). KUA then tallied four goals in the second period as Sullivan Mack (1G, 1A), Brian Carrabes (1G, 2A), Arlo Merritt (1G) and Whitehead (3G, 1A) found the back of the net. The third period was more of the same as Teddy Griffin (1G, 1A) and Seth Stadheim (1G) squeezed goals around two more by Whitehead to round out the scoring. Junior goalie Veeti Kohvakka (14 saves) and senior goalie Jonah Silverman (9 saves) combined for the shutout.
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  • Mack's Hat-trick Powers KUA Past VA

    Sullivan Mack had three goals and assist and linemate Tomas Mazura had a goal and three assists to help lead the Kimball Union Wildcats to a 7-0 victory over Vermont Academy on Wednesday in Meriden. Mack opened the scoring three minutes into the game when he scored on a rebound and Paul Dore extended the lead to 2-0 when Seth Stadheim forced a turnover and found Dore in front, who beat the Vermont goalie with a nice deke. In the second, KUA kept pressing as Mack sandwiched two more goals around an impressive goal by Mazura, who batted a rebound out of mid-air and into the net. With a 5-0 heading into the third, KUA continued to apply the pressure as Brian Carrabes and Donte Pierre scored to round out the action. Goalies Zach Paputsakis (18 saves) and Jonah Silverman (5 saves) combined for the shutout.
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  • Wildcats Capture Nichols Tournament

    Five different scorers found the back of the net and junior Veeti Kohvakka made 22 saves as the Kimball Union Wildcats beat Rivers 5-3 to capture the Nichols Holiday Tournament in Buffalo. Zach Whitehead opened the scoring in the first period off a nice feed from Tomas Mazura. The score remained that way until the second when Sullivan Mack, off a nice pass from Seth Stadheim, made it 2-0 KUA. Rivers tallied early in the third, but Kyle Penney scored a powerplay goal for the Wildcats to restore the two-goal lead. Drew Bennett added another powerplay goal to stretch the lead and a Brian Carrabes, sandwiched by two late Rivers’ goals finished the scoring for KUA.
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  • Complete Team Effort Lifts KUA Over Brunswick

     A dominant team effort, which resulted in a 29-7 shots-on-goal advantage, propelled the Kimball Union Wildcats to a 4-0 victory over Brunswick in the second game of the Nichols School Tournament in Buffalo. After a scoreless first period, junior Tomas Mazura set up fellow junior Sullivan Mack in the slot early in the second period and Mack beat the Brunswick goalie to the five-hole to open the scoring. Minutes later Mazura made a great play on a 2-on-1 to set up junior Zach Whitehead who buried the puck to give KUA a 2-0 lead after two. Mack also assisted on the play. In the third, senior Arlo Merritt scored on the rush off a feed from classmate Drew Bennett and Bennett rounded out the scoring late in the game when senior Kyle Penney set him up for a short-handed goal. Junior goalie Veeti Kohvakka cruised to the win but had to make a couple of big saves late to preserve the shutout.
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  • Junior Trio Propel Wildcats to Win Over Belmont Hill

    In the second game of the day, KUA got a goal and two assists apiece from juniors Tomas Mazura, Zach Whitehead, and Sullivan Mack to top Belmont Hill at the Nichols Tournament.  Kyle Penney scored a breakaway goal in the first period but Belmont Hill tied the game late in the first and had many chances to pull ahead but for some great saves from KUA’s Zach Paputsakis (23 saves). The line of Mazura, Mack, and Whitehead took control in the second and Arlo Merritt buried a wrist shot in the third to give KUA a four-goal lead before Belmont Hill added a late goal.
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  • KUA Beats Millbrook in Tournament Opener

    Junior forward Brian Carrabes had two goals and an assist to help lead the Kimball Union Wildcats past Millbrook 5-2 in the opening game on the Nichols School Tournament in Buffalo, NY on Friday. Carrabes opened the scoring just a minute into the game after senior Seth Stadheim forced a turnover in the Millbrook end and found Carrabes in the slot, who beat the goalie to the glove side. Senior captain Kyle Penney made it 2-0 KUA with a powerplay goal later in the first. In the second, Millbrook sandwiched two goals around a goal by KUA’s Arlo Merritt, making the score 3-2 after two. In the third, Carrabes set up junior Paul Dore who converted from the slot to restore the two-goal lead. Minutes later Dore returned the favor, setting up Carrabes on a two-on-one to round out the scoring. Zach Paputsakis earned the win in net for the Wildcats.
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  • Wildcats Beat Mustangs to Finish Flood-Marr

    Junior goalie Zach Paputsakis made 18 saves and four different scorers found the back of the net as the KUA Wildcats shutout the Milton Academy Mustangs 4-0 in the Sunday morning game at the Flood-Marr Tournament in Boston. KUA jumped out to a 2-0 lead after one period on goals by Arlo Merritt and Sullivan Mack. The score remained that way until the third when Paul Dore and Zach Whitehead both scored to give KUA the four-goal cushion. KUA’s Kyle Penney was named to the Flood-Marr’s All-Tournament Team. 
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  • KUA Falls in Overtime

    Despite jumping out to an early 2-0 first-period lead, the Kimball Union Wildcats could not hold on as Deerfield battled back to tie the game in the third period before getting a fortuitous bounce in overtime to claim victory. Things started well for KUA, as junior Paul Dore potted a rebound off a Tomas Mazura shot, with Brian Carrabes also earning an assist. Later in the first, Arlo Merritt made a nice play in the neutral zone to feed Drew Bennett who fed Zach Taylor driving the net. Taylor cashed in to make it 2-0 KUA. Deerfield scored once in the second and again in the third while KUA could not gain separation, thanks in large part to Deerfield’s goaltender. In overtime, a loose puck bounced off a KUA defender and then bounced into the net off a Deerfield forward to give the Big Green the win. 
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  • Salisbury Tops KUA in First Game of Flood-Marr

    In the first of two games on the day at the Flood-Marr Tournament in Boston, the Kimball Union Wildcats fell 3-0 to Salisbury in a rematch of last year’s NEPSAC championship game. The matchup was relatively even throughout, with KUA holding the shots-on-goal edge, but Salisbury opened the scoring in the first and added two goals minutes apart in the second to secure the win. Zach Paputsakis made 21 saves in net for KUA.
     
     
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  • Wildcats Knock Off Nobles

    In the second game of the day, the Wildcats got an outstanding 22-save shutout from junior Veeti Kohvakka and senior Arlo Merritt scored in overtime as KUA knocked off the #1 ranked Noble and Greenough School. Kohvakka made several big stops in regulation and overtime, setting the stage for Merritt, with assists from Drew Bennett and Zach Taylor, to net the winner.
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  • Third Period Goals Lift Tilton Over KUA

    Tilton School used great goaltending and physical play to top the Kimball Union Wildcats 2-1 in Lake Region play on Saturday in Meriden. After a scoreless first period, Lyme’s Seth Stadheim intercepted a Tilton clearing pass and buried a wrist shot past the goalie to give KUA a 1-0 lead, which it held into the third period. But two quick goals from Tilton at the beginning of the third gave the visitors a lead they would not relinquish. Veeti Kohvakka was the hard-luck loser in net, making 26 saves and keeping KUA within striking distance. 
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  • Wildcats Beat Bobcats in Lakes Region Action

    Five different scorers found the back of the net and goalie Zach Paputsakis made 17 saves as the Kimball Union Wildcats beat Brewster Academy 5-1 on Friday in Wolfeboro. KUA took a commanding 3-0 lead into the first intermission on goals from Tomas Mazura, Arlo Merritt, and Brian Carrabes. KUA made it 4-0 in the second when Zach Taylor scored a powerplay goal on a nice set-up from Mazura and Kyle Penney. Brewster got one goal back late in the second and KUA’s Drew Bennett tipped home a Ben Tardiff shot in the third to complete the scoring.
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  • Bennett's Hat-trick Powers Wildcats Past Proctor

    Drew Bennett scored the first two goals of the game and added an empty-netter in the final minute for the hat-trick to help propel the Kimball Union Wildcats past the Proctor Hornets on Wednesday in Andover. In the second period Tomas Mazura added a highlight-reel penalty-shot goal and Kyle Penney netted the eventual game winner with a bar-down wrist shot on the power play. Seth Stadheim added an insurance marker in the third. Brian Carrabes and Teddy Griffin added two assists apiece and Veeti Kohvakka made 29 saves to earn the win.
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  • Seven Different Scorers Propel Wildcats Past Brunswick

    The Kimball Union Wildcats used a balanced attack, getting goals from seven different players, to score a 7-3 win over Brunswick School (CT) at the Exeter Invitational on Sunday. First period goals by Seth Stadheim (1G, 1A) and Kyle Penney (1G, 1A) allowed KUA to escape a slow start with a 2-2 tie after one period. In the second, Arlo Merritt (1G) scored a short-handed goal and Tomas Mazura (1G, 1A) netted the eventual game winner to break a 3-3 tie. The third period was all KUA as the Wildcats scored three goals, with Zach Taylor (1G), Paul Dore (1G, 2A), and freshman defenseman Connor Chalmers (1G) lighting the lamp. Veeti Kohvakka made 22 saves for the win in net.
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  • Wildcats of KUA Top Wildcats of VA

    The Kimball Union Wildcats peppered Vermont Academy with 68 shots on goal en route to a 5-3 win at the Exeter Invitational on Saturday. KUA jumped out to a 3-0 lead on goals by Zach Taylor, Sullivan Mack, and Seth Stadheim. Vermont earned a goal back at the end of the first and eventually tied the game with a goal in the second and another at the beginning of the third. But Tomas Mazura, off assists from Zach Whitehead and Devan Newhook, put KUA ahead for good late in the third period. Drew Bennett added an insurance marker with two minutes to play.
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  • Northwood Tops KUA in 3v3 Overtime

    Northwood School went 3 for 11 on the powerplay, inlcuding a 4-on-3 goal in overtime, to top the Wildcats in exhibition play at the Stanstead College Showcase. Arlo Merritt, Paul Dore, and Zach Taylor tallied for KUA while Veeti Kohvakka made 28 saves, including many excellent ones, while taking the loss in net. 
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  • Wildcats Begin Season with Win

    In the first game of the season, senior Zach Taylor scored two third-period goals to lift the Kimball Union Wildcats to a 5-3 win over Stanstead College in Quebec on Saturday. Late in the third, with the game tied at three, Taylor tipped home a Kyle Penney point shot and then added an empty-netter minutes later to ice the victory. 
     
    The Wildcats got off to a rough start, falling behind 1-0 before Penney cashed in on the powerplay to tie the game. However, Stanstead kept pressing and scored late in the first to take a 2-1 lead into the intermission. In the second, KUA came out strong and took a 3-2 lead on goals from juniors Paul Dore and Sullivan Mack. Stanstead then scored a powerplay goal to knot the game at three after two periods. Junior goalie Zach Paputsakis made 27 saves for the win in his first game as a Wildcat while junior Tomas Mazura added two assists. 
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  • 2018 - 2019

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  • Head Coach:  Tim Whitehead
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  • Asst. Coach Matthew Underhill
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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.