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Hill School
Win 5-4
Location: Stanstead College
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Stanstead College
Win 4-3
Location: Stanstead College
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Vermont Academy
Win 8-0
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Rivers School
Loss 2-4
Location: Phillips Exeter Academy
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Kent
Win 5-2
Location: Phillips Exeter Academy
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Proctor Academy
Win 3-1
Location: Proctor Academy
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Brewster Academy
Win 8-3
Location: Brewster Academy
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St. Paul's School
Win 10-0
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Westminster School
Win 5-0
Flood-Marr Holiday Tournament
Location: Milton Academy
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Milton Academy
Win 5-3
Flood-Marr Holiday Tournament
Location: Milton Academy
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Flood-Marr Holiday Tournament
Hotchkiss
Win 3-2
Location: Noble and Greenough
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Flood-Marr Holiday Tournament
Salisbury
Win 5-2
Location: Milton Academy
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Mount St. Charles
Win 6-3
Location: True Prep Showcase
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St. Andrew's School
Win 6-5
Location: True Prep Showcase
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Northwood Prep
Loss 3-4
Location: True Prep Showcase
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Vermont Academy
Win 7-0
Location: Vermont Academy
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Tilton School
Win 14-6
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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St. Paul's School
Win 7-3
Location: St. Paul's School
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Deerfield Academy
Win 8-4
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Brewster Academy
Win 11-1
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Stanstead College
Loss 1-3
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Phillips Exeter Academy
Win 5-1
Location: Phillips Exeter Academy
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Tilton School
Win 6-1
Location: Tilton School
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Northfield Mount Hermon School
Win 4-0
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Holderness School
Win 7-4
Location: Holderness School
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New Hampton School
Win 7-1
Location: New Hampton School
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Phillips Andover Academy
Win 6-3
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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New Hampton School
Win 6-2
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Holderness School
Win 2-0
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Proctor Academy
Win 4-2
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Cushing Academy
Loss 3-5
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Cushing Academy
Win 4-2
Location: Cushing Academy
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Lakes Region League Tournament
Proctor Academy
Loss 1-2
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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Lakes Region League Tournament
St. Paul's School
Win 8-4
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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NEPSAC's
St. George's
Win 5-4
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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NEPSAC's
Salisbury
Location: Kimball Union Academy
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NEPSAC's
Location: Harvard

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List of 35 news stories.

  • Overtime Winner Sends KUA to NEPSAC Semi-Finals

    Andrew O'Sullivan scored on a brilliant individual rush 17 minutes into overtime as the Wildcats defeated St. George's 5-4 on Wednesday in Meriden. In a roller-coaster game that saw KUA climb back from three separate one-goal deficits only to relinquish its own one-goal lead midway through the third period, the Wildcats found a way to win when O'Sullivan rushed the puck as a St. George's penalty expired and deposited a backhand, sending a raucous KUA student section into a frenzy. The other KUA goals came from Corwith Simmers and Sam LeDrew, each of whom scored twice. LeDrew also had an assist on the night while O'Sullivan and Jack Sadowski had two helpers each. Goalie Blake McMeniman stood tall in the KUA net, stopping 49 shots, including all 12 he saw in overtime. The win sets up a semi-final matchup with Salisbury School on Saturday at 3:00 in Meriden.
  • Wildcats Double-Up St. Paul's, Elite 8 Up Next

    In the final game before the NEPSAC Elite 8 Playoffs begin, the Wildcats got a hat trick from Nathan McLean and goals from five other players as KUA beat St. Paul's 8-4 on Saturday in Meriden. Michael Tissier opened the scoring just two minutes into the game, and McLean followed up with consecutive goals. Jack Sadowski scored late in the first to make the score 4-0 after one period. Sam LeDrew and Iain Olsen scored early in the second before McLean tipped home a Jack McMinn shot for his third of the game. In the third, McMinn scored the lone Wildcat goal. KUA got 26 saves from goalie Blake McMeniman.
  • Wildcats Fall In Semis of Lakes Region

    Sam LeDrew scored a powerplay goal on KUA's first shot, just 49 seconds into the game, and then fired 42 more shots on net but could not get another puck past the Proctor goalie as the Wildcats fell 2-1 in the Lakes Region Semi-finals. Colby Boyce (27 saves) had a strong game in net for the Wildcats, who play one more Lakes Region game before starting the Elite 8 playoffs on Wednesday.
  • Late Goal Gives KUA Win Over Cushing

    Sam LeDrew scored a hat trick, including the game-winning goal with 4:12 to play to break a 2-2 tie, to lead the Wildcats to a 4-2 win at Cushing on Saturday. In rematch of Friday's game, which Cushing won 5-3, KUA fell behind 2-0 in the second period before LeDrew and CJ Watroba scored 43 seconds apart to tie the game. Cushing pressed in the third, but goalie Blake McMeniman (36 saves) stood tall to keep the game tied. On the winning goal, after a rush up ice, Jack McMinn passed the puck across the ice to Jack Sadowski who immediately found LeDrew in the slot. The captain made no mistake as he rifled the puck over the goalie's right shoulder to give KUA the lead. LeDrew added an empty-netter in the last minute to complete the hat trick. Sadowski finished with three assists, while McMinn had two, and Iain Olsen and Kyle Murray-Smith added solo helpers.
  • Wildcats Fall Short Against Cushing

    After falling behind 2-0 early, the Wildcats could not climb back into the contest, ultimately dropping a 5-3 game to Cushing on Friday. Jack McMinn, Sam LeDrew, and CJ Watroba scored for the Wildcats, and Jack Sadowski had three assists. Goalie Blake McMeniman made 25 saves in the loss.
  • Powerplay Goal Pushes KUA Past Proctor

    A Sam LeDrew one-timer on the powerplay midway through the third period proved to be the game-winning goal as the Wildcats earned a close 4-2 win over Proctor on Wednesday in Meriden. Leading 1-0 after one on a goal from Nathan McLean, the Wildcats surrendered the lead early in the second when Proctor tied it up with a breakaway goal. Junior Nick Evans scored his first goal as a Wildcat later in the second to restore the lead. After Proctor tied the game early in the third period, the KUA powerplay went to work and LeDrew one-timed a pass from Jack McMinn to score the eventual game-winner. Jack Sadowski added an empty-net goal late in the third to round out the scoring. Colby Boyce was excellent in net for KUA, stopping 23 of 25 shots for the win.
  • Special Teams, Goaltending Propel Wildcats Past Holderness

    The Wildcats went 2-for-2 on the powerplay, and, thanks in large part to a 29-save shutout from Blake McMeniman, went 4-for-4 on the penalty kill to top Holderness 2-0 on Saturday in Meriden. Corwith Simmers and Sam LeDrew found the back of the net for KUA, as the team clinched its 15th consecutive regular season Lakes Region title.
  • Five-goal Second Lifts KUA to Win

    Leading 1-0 after one period thanks to Jack Sadowski's powerplay goal, the Wildcats tallied five goals in the second period en route to a 6-2 win over New Hampton on Friday in Meriden. Iain Olsen scored KUA's first two goals of the second, followed by tallies by Sam LeDrew, Sadowski again, and Jack McMinn. Goalie Colby Boyce was solid in the KUA net, stopping 15 shots for the win.
  • Wildcats Double-Up Andover

    Sam LeDrew and Jack Sadowski each had two goals and two assists to lead the Wildcats past a strong Andover team on Wednesday in Meriden. Despite allowing the game's first goal just two minutes in, the Wildcats stuck to the game plan and led 2-1 after one period. After Andover tied it in the second, LeDrew put the Wildcats back on top and Sadowski increased the lead in the final minutes of the frame. In the third, Nathan McLean and Iain Olsen each added goals for KUA, who also got 20 saves from goalie Blake McMeniman.
  • Wildcats Beat Huskies at New Hampton

    Kyle Murray-Smith netted two goals and Luke Clarner tallied three assists as the Wildcats beat New Hampton 7-1 on the road. Jack Sadowski, Nathan McLean, Sam Ledrew, Max Kimelman, and Zak Potyatynnik also scored for the Wildcats. The KUA powerplay scored on both opportunities, and goalie Colby Boyce stopped 20 shots for the win.
  • Wildcats Win at Holderness

    In a battle of two strong Lakes Region teams, the Wildcats scored four second-period goals and held off Holderness to win 7-4 on Friday. Jack Sadowski (2 G, 2 A), Corwith Simmers (2 G, 1 A), Jack McMinn (1 G, 2 A), CJ Watroba (1 G, 1 A), and Sam LeDrew (2 A) all had multiple-point games for KUA while Iain Olsen tallied a goal and Kyle Murray-Smith and Ian Ramsay added assists. Goalie Blake McMeniman stopped 28 shots for the win. 
  • KUA Shuts Out NMH

    Goalie Colby Boyce stopped 16 shots for the shutout, and Jack Sadowski had a four-point night (2 G, 2 A) as the Wildcats took down the Hoggers of NMH on Wednesday in Meriden. Corwith Simmers and CJ Watroba also scored for the Wildcats.
  • Wildcats Topple Tilton

    A balanced attack and strong goaltending from Blake McMeniman led to the Wildcats taking a 6-1 road win at Tilton. 
  • Wildcats Win at Exeter

    Jack Sadowski scored three goals and Andrew O'Sullivan added two goals and two assists as the Wildcats toppled Phillips Exeter 5-1 on Wednesday in Exeter. Iain Olsen and Corwith Simmers each tallied two assists for KUA, while Nick Evans added a helper as well. KUA finished with a 50-16 shot advantage, and goalie Blake McMeniman was strong when called upon, earning the win with 15 saves.
  • Wildcats Fall to Stanstead

    Despite holding a 41-25 shot advantage, the Wildcats dropped a Saturday matinee game to Stanstead College, 3-1. After falling behind early, KUA got a late first period goal from Sam LeDrew, with assists going to Ian Ramsay and Nick Evans. Stanstead scored again early in the second, and though the Wildcats carried the play and earned the bulk of the chances, they couldn't solve the Stanstead goalie through the next two periods. The visitors added an empty-net goal late in the third to seal the victory.
  • Wildcats Win Big Over Brewster

    KUA got two-goal games from Sam LeDrew, Malcolm Baar, and Kyle Murray-Smith en route to an 11-1 victory over Brewster on Friday in Meriden. Max Kimelman, Nathan McLean, Zak Potyatynnik, Corwith Simmers, and CJ Watroba added single tallies for the Wildcats. Goalies Colby Boyce and Ben Lawton combined to make 19 saves in the victory.
  • Wildcats Double-Up Deerfield

    After jumping out to a 4-0 lead after one period, the Wildcats held on and continued to add to their lead, eventually beating Deerfield 8-4 on Wednesday in Meriden. Jack Sadowski and Malcolm Baar each scored two goals, while Sam LeDrew, Jackson Davies, Nathan McLean, and Corwith Simmers also tallied. Goalie Blake McMeniman stopped 30 shots for the win.
  • Wildcats Win at St. Paul's

    Sam LeDrew and Kyle Murray-Smith each scored two goals while Josh Phillips, Iain Olsen, and Caden Barnard added goals of their own as the Wildcats topped St. Paul's 7-3 on Saturday in Concord. Malcolm Baar tallied three assists for KUA, while Jack McMinn had two. CJ Watroba, Nathan McLean, Ian Ramsay, Jack Sadowski, Corwith Simmers, and Nick Evans also had helpers. Goalie Colby Boyce stopped 18 shots for the win in net.
  • Wildcats Fill the Net Versus Tilton

    Eight different Wildcats found the back of the net, while Corwith Simmers (3 G, 1 A), Sam LeDrew (2 G, 1 A), Malcolm Baar (2 G, 1 A), Kyle Murray-Smith (2 G, 1 A), and Zak Potyatynnik (2 G) had multi-goal games as KUA topped Tilton 14-6 on Friday in Meriden. Andrew O'Sullivan (1 G, 3 A), CJ Watroba (1 G, 3 A), and Iain Olsen also scored for the Wildcats while Jack Sadowski had four assists. Blake McMeniman earned the win in net.
  • Wildcats Take Road Win at VA

    Colby Boyce stopped 21 shots for the shutout, and Iain Olsen and Malcolm Baar each scored two goals as the Wildcats rolled to a 7-0 at Vermont Academy on Wednesday. The first period had only one goal, with Jack Sadowski burying a feed from Sam LeDrew, but the second period saw the Wildcats take the game over. Corwith Simmers, Baar, and Olsen each tallied, while Baar, Olsen, and Zak Potyatnnik all scored in the third. Josh Phillips added three assists for KUA.
  • Wildcats Fall in Final

    Despite firing 47 shots on net, the Wildcats fell 4-3 to Northwood School in the final of the GameSheet Prep Cup in Exeter on Sunday. Trailing 2-0 after one period, the Wildcats cut the lead in half when Sam LeDrew scored a powerplay goal midway through the second. However, Northwood took a 3-1 lead into the final frame before going up 4-1 early in the third. There was no quit in KUA though, as Corwith Simmers buried a pass from LeDrew midway through the period to make it a two-goal game. Killing a penalty in the final minute, Simmers scored again from LeDrew, but that was all the offense KUA could muster before time ran out. Goalie Blake McMeniman took the loss in net, making 28 saves.
  • Wildcats Win in OT, Advance to Prep Cup Final

    Jack Sadowski scored 3:15 into overtime to send the Wildcats to the GameSheet Prep Cup final with a 6-5 win over St. Andrew's College of Toronto. Corwith Simmers had a big game for KUA, scoring a hat trick and adding an assist. Sam LeDrew and Sadowski each had a goal and an assist while CJ Watroba scored the other KUA goal. Andrew O'Sullivan tallied three assists while Malcolm Baar, Jack McMinn, and Nick Evans also added helpers. Goalie Blake McMeniman stood tall and was busy in the KUA net, stopping 42 shots for the win. The Wildcats take on Northwood in the final game at 12:10 on Sunday at the Rinks at Exeter.
  • Wildcats Win Game One of Prep Cup

    Jack Sadowski and Malcolm Baar each scored a pair of goals as the Wildcats doubled-up perennial Rhode Island powerhouse Mount St. Charles 6-3 in the first game of the Game Sheet Prep Cup at the Rinks at Exeter on Friday. Sadowski struck just 17 seconds into the game, and after Mount St. Charles tied it up, Baar scored to regain the lead for KUA. The first period saw three more goals, one by Mount St. Charles and one more each by Sadowski and Baar. CJ Watroba and Sam LeDrew each scored in the second, and the Wildcats took a 6-3 lead into the locker room. Goalie Blake McMeniman (28 saves) made the lead stand in the third, earning the win in net.
  • Wildcats Win Flood-Marr Tournament!

    The line of Sam LeDrew (2 G, 3 A), Jack Sadowski (2 G, 3 A), and Corwith Simmers (1 G, 2 A) provided ample offense, and goalie Blake McMeniman stopped 27 shots as the Wildcats topped Salisbury 5-2 in the final game of the Flood-Marr tournament at Milton Academy. LeDrew and Sadowski each tallied in the first five minutes of the game, and though Salisbury responded to tie the game at two early in the second, McMeniman stood tall in the KUA net to allow LeDrew to net his second of the game, the eventual game winner, just minutes after Salisbury pulled even. In the third, Simmers buried a one-timer on the powerplay and Sadowski added an empty-netter to seal the game. For his efforts, Sadowski was named MVP of the tournament while LeDrew and McMeniman were named to the all-tournament team.
  • OT Win Sends Wildcats to Flood-Marr Final

    Corwith Simmers converted a pass from Jack Sadowski three minutes into overtime as the Wildcats earned a hard-fought 3-2 win over Hotchkiss at the Flood-Marr tournament. Down 1-0 headed into the third, KUA got an early goal from Sam LeDrew and appeared to take the lead minutes later when Malcolm Baar poked the puck past the Hotchkiss goalie. However, the referee overturned the goal call for having lost sight of the puck. Hotchkiss took a 2-1 lead with just over two minutes to play, but with the goalie pulled CJ Watroba connected on a one-timer from Andrew O'Sullivan to tie the game in the final minute, setting up the overtime heroics. Goalie Blake McMeniman earned the win with 21 saves.
  • KUA Takes Game One of Flood-Marr

    Goalie Blake McMeniman stopped all 18 shots he faced, and five different Wildcats found the back of the net as KUA beat Westminster 5-0 to open the Flood-Marr tournament in Boston. Jack Sadowski (1 G, 2 A) tallied in the first period, while Josh Phillips and Andrew O'Sullivan (1 G, 1 A) extended the lead in the second. Corwith Simmers and Sam LeDrew (1 G, 3 A) rounded out the scoring in the third period. Nick Evans and Kyle Murray-Smith added assists for the Wildcats.
  • KUA Wins Game Two at Flood-Marr

    CJ Watroba had two goals and an assist while Sam LeDrew had a goal and an assist to lead the Wildcats to a 5-3 victory over host Milton Academy in the second of two games on the day at the Flood-Marr tournament. KUA led 3-0 after one period on two goals by Watroba and one by Kyle Murray-Smith. Milton pressed in the second, cutting the lead to 3-2, but in the third LeDrew extended the lead and Jack Sadowski iced the game with an empty-netter in the final minutes. Andrew O'Sullivan tallied two assists while Luke Clarner, Jack McMinn, and Malcolm Baar also had helpers. Colby Boyce made 12 saves for the win in net.
  • Wildcats Score Big Over St. Paul's

    The Wildcats scored four goals in the first period, three in the second, and three more in the third en route to a 10-0 win over St. Paul's on Sunday in Meriden. CJ Watroba scored his first of two on the night when he connected just 1:38 into the game. That set the tone as Kyle Murray-Smith, Corwith Simmers, and Max Kimelman all tallied in the frame to send the Wildcats into the intermission with a commanding lead. Watroba, Sam LeDrew, and Jack Sadowski all scored in the second period while Andrew O'Sullivan, Nathan McLean, and LeDrew tallied in the third to round out the scoring. Sadowski, O'Sullivan, and Simmers also added three assists each. Goalie Blake McMeniman was strong in the KUA net, stopping 23 shots for the shutout. 
  • KUA Breaks Through in Third to Top Brewster

    The Wildcats fired a season-high 70 shots on net, including 27 in the first period alone, and scored six goals in the third period to win 8-3 at Brewster on Saturday. Despite the lopsided shot advantage, KUA trailed 1-0 after a period of play. In the second, goals by Nathan McLean and Jackson Davies (his first of two on the night) gave the Wildcats a 2-1 lead after two. KUA broke the game open in the third period by scoring six goals: two by CJ Watroba, another by Davies, and singles by Malcolm Baar, Jack McMinn, and Mikael Tissier. Brewster tallied two goals late, but goalie Colby Boyce made the lead stand by making 17 stops on the night.
  • Wildcats Top Hornets on Road

    Ian Ramsay scored the eventual game-winner with six minutes to play in the second period as the Wildcats beat Proctor 3-1 in a Wednesday road matchup. Sam LeDrew and Jack Sadowski each had a goal and an assist in the win while Corwith Simmers added two assists and CJ Watroba added one. Goalie Blake McMeniman was strong in goal for KUA, stopping 20 shots for the win.
  • Fast Start, Big Second Propel Wildcats Over Kent

    Sam LeDrew scored just 21 seconds into the game and later added another tally in the second period as the Wildcats rebounded to win game two of the Exeter Invitational, 5-2 over Kent School. The four-goal second period, which saw Josh Phillips, Nathan McLean, and Jack Sadowski also score for KUA, gave the Wildcats a 5-0 lead heading into the final frame. Kent battled back with two goals in the third, but KUA goalie Blake McMeniman stood tall, making 30 saves to preserve the win.
  • Wildcats Fall in Exeter Invitational

    It was a tough start to the Exeter Invitational Tournament, as the Wildcats fell 4-2 to Rivers in the opening game. After falling down 2-0 midway through the game, the Wildcats got second-period goals from Max Kimelman and Kyle Murray-Smith to pull even. However, the third period belonged to Rivers, as they tallied midway through the frame and added an empty-net goal to round out the scoring. 
  • Wildcats Shutout VA in Home Opener

    Jack Sadowski, Max Kimelman, and Corwith Simmers each recorded a two-goal game as the Wildcats rolled to an 8-0 victory over Vermont Academy on Thursday in Meriden. Sam LeDrew and Nathan McLean had the other KUA goals while goalies Colby Boyce and Blake McMeniman combined to earn the shutout. Next up for the Wildcats is the Exeter Invitational Tournament where they will face Rivers and Kent.
  • Wildcats Top Stanstead in Opening Weekend

    Two goals by Jack Sadowski, combined with goals by Sam LeDrew and Andrew O'Sullivan, gave the Wildcats a 4-3 win over host Stanstead College to take home the top spot in the Stanstead Invitational Tournament to kick off the 2023-24 hockey season. LeDrew and Corwith Simmers each added two assists while Jack McMinn and Malcolm Baar had an assist each. Goalie Blake McMeniman stopped 31 shots for the win. With six goals in two games, Sadowski was named the tournament's most outstanding player. The Wildcats break for Thanksgiving and are back in action against Vermont Academy on November 30th. 
  • Big First Period Lifts KUA Past Hill School

    Jack Sadowski scored four goals in the first period, and Josh Phillips tallied the game winner in the third as the Wildcats earned a win in the first game of the season, 5-4 of Hill School. Corwith Simmers and Andrew O'Sullivan each tallied three assists for KUA while Sam Ledrew and Mikael Tissier also chipped in with helpers. Goalie Colby Boyce stopped 18 shots for the win.
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