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Tilton School
Loss 21-42
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
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Proctor Academy
Win 41-28
@ Proctor Academy
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New Hampton School
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
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High Mowing
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
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Proctor Academy
Win 37-15
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
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New Hampton School
Loss 26-55
@ New Hampton School
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Proctor Academy
Win 35-14
@ Proctor Academy
Away
Cancelled
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Tilton School
@ Tilton School
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Dublin School
@ Dublin School
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Tilton School
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Northfield Mount Hermon School
@ Northfield Mount Hermon School
  • 2019 - 2020
    Head Coach: Thomas Lord

Team News and Highlights

List of 3 news stories.

  • Cats take sting from Hornets...again.

    Thomas S Lord
    The KUA Girls' JV hoopers took down Proctor for the third time this season behind a 24 point offensive display bu Kate Mackey '20 and a swarming defense led by fellow seniors Haley McNamara and Nikki Boboc-Petrescu. The 'Cats never let the Hornets relax on both ends of the floor, and when Lyndsey Patten started to drain her signature three's, KUA put the game on ice. Junior Kate Strauss, new to basketball this year, continued to grow as a confident player, showing tenacity and poise on the boards, and Vanessa Mateko '20 was also a force on the defensive glass, pulling down double digit rebounds. KUA travels to Tilton next Friday after a well deserved Long Weekend break.
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  • "Cats Swat Hornets

    Thomas S Lord
    The KUA JV girls' basketball squad played its most complete game of the year and picked up their second win of the young season by topping Proctor for the second time. It was a total team effort on both ends of the floor as the 'Cats moved the ball with authority to all parts of the court.Senior Kate Mackey again dominated the glass and scored 17 points, but four other members of the squad entered the scoring column, too. Senior Vanessa Mateko, new to the game this year, was relentless on both ends, and scored eight points and Junior Jane Strauss tallied her first bucket of the season. 
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  • Great first half not enough as KUA JV girls hoopsters fall to Huskies

    Thomas S Lord
    KUA again played a determined first half against a deep and talented New Hampton squad and fell to the Huskies. The final score did not reflect the toughness of the game, as the Huskies wore down the 'Cats in the last ten minutes of the contest. Seniors Kate Mackey and Haley McNamara agian led the way offensively for KUA with 17 and 7 points respectively. Nikki Boboc-Petrescu '20 and Maddy Bridge '21 played their usual relentless defense to keep the game close until the last quarter. The Wildcats travel to Proctor to try to get back on the winning track on Wednesday. 
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  • Cats take sting from Hornets...again.

    Thomas S Lord
    The KUA Girls' JV hoopers took down Proctor for the third time this season behind a 24 point offensive display bu Kate Mackey '20 and a swarming defense led by fellow seniors Haley McNamara and Nikki Boboc-Petrescu. The 'Cats never let the Hornets relax on both ends of the floor, and when Lyndsey Patten started to drain her signature three's, KUA put the game on ice. Junior Kate Strauss, new to basketball this year, continued to grow as a confident player, showing tenacity and poise on the boards, and Vanessa Mateko '20 was also a force on the defensive glass, pulling down double digit rebounds. KUA travels to Tilton next Friday after a well deserved Long Weekend break.
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  • "Cats Swat Hornets

    Thomas S Lord
    The KUA JV girls' basketball squad played its most complete game of the year and picked up their second win of the young season by topping Proctor for the second time. It was a total team effort on both ends of the floor as the 'Cats moved the ball with authority to all parts of the court.Senior Kate Mackey again dominated the glass and scored 17 points, but four other members of the squad entered the scoring column, too. Senior Vanessa Mateko, new to the game this year, was relentless on both ends, and scored eight points and Junior Jane Strauss tallied her first bucket of the season. 
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  • Great first half not enough as KUA JV girls hoopsters fall to Huskies

    Thomas S Lord
    KUA again played a determined first half against a deep and talented New Hampton squad and fell to the Huskies. The final score did not reflect the toughness of the game, as the Huskies wore down the 'Cats in the last ten minutes of the contest. Seniors Kate Mackey and Haley McNamara agian led the way offensively for KUA with 17 and 7 points respectively. Nikki Boboc-Petrescu '20 and Maddy Bridge '21 played their usual relentless defense to keep the game close until the last quarter. The Wildcats travel to Proctor to try to get back on the winning track on Wednesday. 
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  • "Cats sting Hornets for Win

    KUA's JV Girls' hoop team traveled to Andover, NH and played a terrific game on both ends of the court, almost doubling their offensive output from the first game of the season, to win their first game of the 2019-2020 campaign. Known for their swarming defense, the Wildcats clawed out to an early lead and never looked back. Points were scored by many players, led by Kate Mackey '20, who dominated the inside and racked up 18 points. Senior Haley McNamara threw down daggers from three point range and finished with 8 points. It was a great game for first year point guard Lindsey Patten '23, who was the floor general and drained 7 points, including a three ball of her own. Nangsel Tenzing Norgay scored her first points of her career and Maddy Bridge '21, Vanessa Mateko '20, and Nikki Petrescu-Boboc '20 were all over the floor with a defense that never let the Rams get close. It was a great team win as the Wildcats head into the holiday break energized with optimism for the rest of the season.
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  • Cats drop opener to Rams

    The KUA JV Girls' basketball squad dropped their season opener at home, falling to Tilton, 42-21. It was the first game ever for some of the Wildcats, who showed their relative inexperience against a deeper and talented Rams bunch. Senior Kate Mackey led KUA with 13 points, while first-time player Vanessa Mateko chipped in with four of her own and played outstanding defense, as did many of KUA's players. It was a good learning test for the team, and the players will look to get on the winning side of things at Proctor on Saturday.
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