• Soccer - Boys, JV 2

    2022 - 2023

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New Hampton School
Win 5-1
Location: New Hampton School
Away
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Cardigan Mountain School
Win 4-1
Location: Cardigan Mountain School
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Holderness School
Win 3-2
Location: Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
Vermont Academy
Location: Vermont Academy
Home
League
Cushing Academy
Location: Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
Proctor Academy
Location: Proctor Academy
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Holderness School
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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League
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Location: Northfield Mount Hermon School
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League
Cardigan Mountain School
Location: Cardigan Mountain School
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Holderness School
Location: Holderness School
Home
Cancelled
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Tilton School
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Cardigan Mountain School
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Proctor Academy
Location: Proctor Academy
Home
Cancelled
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White Mountain School
Location: Kimball Union Academy
Home
Cancelled
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New Hampton School
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Vermont Academy
Location: Kimball Union Academy

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List of 3 news stories.

  • JV2 Boys go 3-0-1 in Cardigan Jamboree

    The boys traveled to Cardigan Mountain School for a four-game jamboree and earned the top record for the afternoon.  Each game was 30 minutes, so scoring needed to be quick to earn a victory.

    We started against the Cardigan JV team and finished with a 0-0 draw.  Although we didn't find the back of the net, we played well and had several nice scoring opportunities.

    Next up was another crack at New Hampton, and we tried out a new keeper, Taylor Dickinson '26, who earned his first shutout.  Meanwhile, the day's scoring was started by Landon Paul '25 with a strong finish.  This game was shorted at the request of New Hampton and ended with a 1-0 Wildcat win.

    A big athletic Holderness team was next on the field and Josh Weig '25 returned to the net.  Overcoming some initial trepidation about their size, the KUA boys settled in and began to control the flow of the game.  Landon had some nifty dribbling and finished with a nice assist to Shangshang Tong '25, who scored his third goal of the season.  This game also ended with a 1-0 victory.

    Finally, we were matched against the Cardigan thirds.  Admittedly, we came out a bit flat after our three other games, but eventually picked up our energy and scored two goals in rapid succession.  Landon Paul led the scoring with a nice goal and was followed by defender Cale Goodnow who was advancing with the flow of the play.  Although we gave up a late goal to avoid the shutout for the day, the boys earned a strong 2-1 win.

    Defensively, Thelonius Korhonen'26 stood out in his first game of the season with his ball control and calmness under pressure.  On the offensive end, Josh Weig also proved to be a spark of energy and ball skill when he wasn't playing keeper, so with Taylor's strong keeper play, Josh could provide some scoring opportunities in future games.  Also on the offensive end, Yiyi She '26 showed that he is willing to pressure the opposing keeper and works hard to obtain possession, so he will likely find the scoreboard this season.
  • Early goal and late rally hold off a tough Holderness squad

    In the most physical game of the early season, the JV2 team earned a victory in their home opener.  Holderness came to the Hilltop with a significant size advantage, but the scrappy Wildcats were up to the challenge, striking first and rallying late to secure the win.

    The first goal was an impressive shot from Josh Weig '25 that had no real chance of being saved.  In a bit of a KUA letdown after the initial goal, Holderness answered quickly with a cross and finish.  After halftime, Holderness struck again and the Wildcats found themselves behind for the first time this season.

    Rather than accept defeat, the KUA team kept working hard and scored the tying goal from Tei Lee '26, scoring a long shot that slipped under the goalie's hands.  Holderness was awarded a penalty kick after a pushing call in the penalty box, but Taylor Dickinson was strong on the line and saved the hard shot.  This provided a much-needed spark to the Wildcats, and they scored the go-ahead goal with a long-distance strike from Jake Parodneck '25, his first of the season.

    The defense played a strong game, willing to match the physical play of Holderness.  Cale Goodnow '26and Thelonius Korhonen '26 worked hard in the center of the back, while the outer flanks were well covered by the likes of WIlliam Gong '26, Theo Starosta '23, and Ton Trimaitreepituk '23.  Collectively, this defense is beginning to gel and make it tough for opposing offenses.
  • JV2 Boys have a strong opener!

    The JV2 Boys Soccer team traveled to New Hampton and opened with a strong 5-1 victory!  Even though there has been less than a week of practice, the team worked together, spaced the field, and had excellent passing en route to their first win.  The first goal of the season was scored by the speedy Tei Lee '26 with a solid 1-on-1 move to open up the shooting opportunity.  Next, Henry Elliot '26 placed an excellent score, also after beating his defender.  Sophomore Shangshang Tong '25 finished the first half scoring with a blast to the opposite corner that was never in doubt.  After giving up a goal to start the second half, the Wildcats added to the scoreboard, again with a goal by Shangshang, assisted by versatile Landon Paul '26.  Landon concluded the scoring with his own goal after a half-field footrace with two New Hampton defenders.  Defensively, the Wildcats were supported by strong efforts by the whole team, notably Cale Goodnow '25, Theo Starosta '23, and Ton Trimaitreepituk '23.  Outside midfielders kept the field spread, led by Jake Parodneck '25 and Conor LeRoy '26.  Great effort by all, and the season looks promising!
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