Athletic Results from Wednesday, September 28

  • Middle School Soccer played a very evenly matched game against Providence Day yesterday on a soggy front-field.  The game was tight throughout most of the first half, with Adam Kurtz and Cole Lippincott playing solid defensively.  Chandler Frazier entered the game around the 18th minute and quickly put the Cougars on top, 1-0.  The Chargers would answer just 4 minutes later and the teams would take a 1-1 tie into the half.  The Cougars adjusted their formation to produce a bit more offense and Adam Kurtz found himself loose on a breakaway before being taken down in the penalty area.  The Charger goalie would make a fantastic save on the penalty kick to keep the game at 1-1.  Shortly after, PDS would make a run of their own and score what would become the game winner.  The team played very well and hustled throughout the 60-minute game until the final whistle.  Final score Cannon 2, PDS 1


  • The middle school volleyball team rebounded from Tuesday’s loss and defeated Providence Day in two sets.  The team showed heart and determination to make a statement with today’s game.  Excellent serving kept us in control of the game.  Recognition to Kimmy Byrd, Gracie Swink, Kendall Applegate, Erin Mason and Karlie Redfern– – Karlie was trouble for the Chargers as she served 13 in a row to seal the victory.  Scores were 25:17 and 25:10.  Way to go girls! Next game is away at Charlotte Latin next Tuesday.


  • In a battle of unbeaten teams, Cannon hosted Providence Day in girls MS tennis.  The Cougars quickly fell behind 0-3 as McKinley Riley, Caroline Malmstrom, and Jordan Lauher ran into girls playing excellent tennis.  Sarah Miner and Kendall McReynolds played solid and controlled their matches to win and get Cannon back into the match at 2-3. Cassidy Goff jumped out to a 6-3 but then had to hold off her opponent and her cheering teammates to even the match at 3 heading into doubles. Cannon jumped out to leads in all three doubles matches. Miner and Lauher played excellent all-court tennis and won going away 8-2. Malmstrom and McReynolds had an early 3-0 lead but the Charger team roared back to win 8-4. The match was again tied at 4 apiece with the final doubles match to decide the winner. Goff and Riley had played wonderful tennis to take a 6-1 lead.  The Charger team continued to stay aggressive at the net and the Cougars could not find the gaps to hit winners. Cannon fell behind 7-8 but on match point Riley and the Mughnee had an awesome battle at the net which was finally won by Cannon forcing a tie-breaker. Cannon could not maintain the momentum and dropped the tie-breaker.  Providence Day won the match 5-4. Cannon’s school record of 7 straight wins comes to an end in heart-breaking fashion.  The girls displayed all the attributes of Cannon’s core values during this match and the school should be proud of the effort.


  1. McKinley Riley lost 3-8 to Abbey Mullins
  2. Kendall McReynolds won 8-6 over Izzy Gallant
  3. Cassidy Goff won 8-6 over Caroline Kurani
  4. Caroline Malmstrom lost 4-8 to Alli Gray
  5. Jordan Lauher lost 4-8 to Amina Mughnee
  6. Sarah Miner won 8-4 over Stephanie Burt


Soumya Avva lost 3-8 to Emily Jones


  1. McReynolds/Malmstrom lost 4-8 to Mullins/Gray
  2. Goff/Riley lost 8-9 to Gallant/Mughnee
  3. Miner/Lauher won 8-2 over Kurani/Bishop


Hanby/Jin lost 6-8 to Winer/Meeks

Mitlehner/Cheung lost 6-8 to Peacock/Smith


  • The boys varsity soccer team lost to Providence Day, 2-0.  The Cougars best chance to score came in the first half with the score tied at 0-0.  David Sirois crossed to Baylor Koch whose one-time effort went wide of the goal.  Cannon gave up two goals late in the game, one was a deflection of a Cougar defender and the other a defensive miss-communication which lead to an open goal tap in.  Paul Anderson provided an offensive spark for the Cougars in his first career varsity appearance.  Goalkeeper Scott Krusell had another fine performance.