JV  Lacrosse

Cougars Fight Back but Fall Just Short to the Eagles
The Cougars traveled down to Eaglebrook on a warm Saturday afternoon to cap off a season of tremendous improvement and character building. Riley Shaw and Cooper Warrington scored for Cardigan to knot the score at 2-2 at halftime. After falling into penalty trouble during the third quarter, Cardigan rallied during the final frame of the game. Ben King, Juan Pedro Barroso, and Cam Cyr helped Cardiga
Score: 6-5
Cardigan Hosts Varsity/JV Lacrosse Jamboree
The Varsity and JV teams combined their rosters and formed two teams in a jamboree with Holderness, Proctor, and KUA. The Green team won game 1 vs Holderness 4-1; The Cougars won game #2 vs Proctor 4-1 and wrapped up the day with a 5-2 win vs KUA in game #3. Popowich, Pace, Goldberg, and Gilbert generated the energy and play for this CMS squad. The White team won game 1 vs KUA. Bo Solomon was soli
Score: Sweep
JV Lacrosse Wins rematch vs Hanover
The Cougars took a quick two-goal lead in the first quarter after nice passing freed up Aidan White and Cam Cyr for goals. Hanover made a push of their own and the score was tied at 4-4 at the half. The second half was all CMS, who outscored Hanover to win the game 9-4. Jorge Castillo and Luis Legorreta had beautiful assists while Riley Shaw controlled the face-off X.
Score: 9-4
JV Lacrosse Produces a 4-3 Win in OT vs Eaglebrook
The JV lacrosse group had a classic battle with Eaglebrook on Saturday. The two teams traded goals in the first quarter 2-2. Eaglebrook scored a third goal and that is how the game remained until the final 3 seconds of the game! The Cougars gained possession of the ball in the defensive end and three passes later Juan Pedro Barroso scored with three seconds remaining to tie the game! Riley Shaw wo
Score: 4-3 (OT)
JV Lacrosse Group 7-3 L to Hanover
JV loaned our goalies to Hanover and we were able to play the game (the Hanover goalie could not make it). A slow first half and too many penalties hindered the CMS squad, but the group performed better in the second half playing Hanover evenly over the final two quarters. The stars of the game were the goalies, Julian Popowich and Bo Solomon, who put their egos aside; without their help, the g
Score: 7-3
JV Lacrosse Group Drops an 8-4 Loss to NHS JV
The JV lacrosse group led 1-0 after the first quarter, but defensive lapses allowed NHS back into the game and lost 8-4. There were glimpses of greatness as the Cougars played well in spurts. Riley Shaw was superb at the faceoff X. Both goalies produced timely saves and the defensemen led by Jorge Castillo and Will Brannan cleared the ball effectively.
Score: 8-4
JV Lacrosse Group Defeats White Mountain School Varsity 9-4
On a Chamber-of-Commerce Day, the JV group traveled north to play the White Mountain School and earned a victory. Leading 1-0 in the first quarter; 3-1 at the half; 7-3 after three; the final was 9-4. Three offensive stars of the game were: Cam Cyr; Juan Pedro Barroso and Slater Whitehead; on defense Hector Villarreal was outstanding.
Score: 9-4
JV Lacrosse Drops Game vs Belmont Hill
The JV lacrosse group faced a talented and quick-passing Belmont Hill squad on Saturday, losing 14-2.Cooper Warrington was the first star; he earned a role on the top middie line, scored his first goal of the season and won a faceoff. Slater Whitehead provided solid leadership and off-ball movement and Ben Baroni played solid minutes as a midfielder and as a close defenseman. JV heads to White Mou
Score: 14-2
Cougars Unable to Overcome Penalties on the Road
Penalties and a lack of confident play caught up with the JV group. CMS led 1-0 after the first quarter, but NMH made a push in effort and penalties caught up with the Cougars. Chadwick Seiler, Julian Popovich, and Hector Villarreal were the three stars. King (Chad) Leach and Riley Shaw played with outstanding effort, too.
Score: 7-3
JV Lacrosse Group drops a 8-4 Decision to Dublin Varsity
The JV Lacrosse group traveled to Dublin and played their varsity team. After a slow start with turnovers and penalties setting our squad back, the CMS offense got going with extra effort from the attack. Andrew Almeida, Aidan White, Slater Whitehead and Juan Pedro Barroso all scored. Chad Leach was fantastic at LSM, picking up ground balls and causing turnovers.
Score: 8-4
JV Lacrosse Takes Part in 3d Lacrosse Prep Star Tournament
The JV Lacrosse group enjoyed a spring day of lacrosse at the 3d Lacrosse Prep Star Tournament held at St. John's prep. The gentleman traded a Sunday sleep in for a fun day of action and despite the scores, the group made progress. We dropped games to Rectory, Hillside, and Nobles. The many parents in attendance kept the boys hydrated and fed between games; thank you! We even got Mr. Bayreuther
Cougars Defeated by Wildcats on the Road
The Cougars traveled to KUA for game number four, a 12-3 loss. Pope field was ringed with positive CMS parents and they watched the squad take a step forward with better-settled possessions. Jorge Castillo, Slater Whitehead, and Chadwick Seiler were the three stars of the game. Ground ball of the day went to Alijah Lovelace.
Score: 12-3
Cougar JV Laxers Out-Hustled by Pelicans
The JV group traveled to Concord and played the Saint Paul's School JV team, our first game on grass. The Cougars lost a 1-8 decision, with SPS gathering up more ground balls and out-hustling us.There were bright spots in our play. Bo Solomon and Julian Popowich combined for ten saves. Ben Baroni was a star on defense and scored the goal with his long pole. Ben King, Chad Leach, and Riley Shaw wer
Score: 8-1
Cougars Open Season in a Draw with Huskies
The JV lacrosse group played their first game on Monday, April 9 and tied New Hampton School. The Cougars led 2-0 at the half and 4-3 after the third quarter. NHS pulled ahead by a goal before the Cougars tied the game at 5-5 late in the fourth. There was no overtime period.
Score: 5-5
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