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South Kent Soccer Displays Grit and Wins Big

Many already know that South Kent School’s prep soccer team won their sixth New England Championship in the last eight years, and their fifth Class B title in the last six by besting the number one seed Lawrence Academy on penalty kicks in the finals. But what people may not know about is the bumpy road of perseverance the team took to the championship this year.
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Berkshire Boys' Soccer Wins 2012 New England Class A Championship to Cap Off a Historic Season


Berkshire finished the regular season unbeaten at 16-0-1 winning the overall WNEPSSA League Championship. Entering the New England Class A Tournament as the #1 seed, Berkshire knew that the road to the championship would not be easy. However, Berkshire was in good form and playing its best soccer of the season as they entered the tournament.

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Rivers Boys' Soccer Named 2012 Class B New England Co-Champions

After finishing the regular season as ISL Co-Champions, the varsity boys’ soccer team continued through postseason play this weekend to garner a second title—New England Co-Champions.
The Red Wings beat Brewster Academy 3-0 in the quarterfinals at home last Wednesday, thanks to two goals from Trevor Davock ’15 and one from Declan McCabe ’14, and went on to face their ISL Co-Champions, Brooks School, in the New England semifinal game on Saturday. Steve Carangelo ’14 and Sal Sprofera ’14 each scored their first goal of the season for Rivers, and the game remained tied at 2-2 after regulation and two overtime periods.
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Hyde School of Maine Wins 2012 Class D Boys' Soccer Championship

Click here to read about Hyde School's first Class D Boys' Soccer  New England championship!

South Kent Soccer Sets the Standard


The South Kent Cardinals enjoyed another historic season winning an unprecedented treble, three major trophies. The team won the Diadora/Cardinal Classic Championship with a 2-1 victory over Class C New England Finalist Millbrook after dispatching Trinity Pawling in the opening round. South Kent won the Ray Brown Cup as the Western New England Preparatory School Soccer Association (WNEPSSA) regular season champion with a 12-2-1 WNEPSSA record, it was the sixth year in a row that the Cardinals have been WNEPSSA Champions. To top it all off the Cardinals won the New England Preparatory School Soccer Association (NEPSSA) Championship with a 2-1 victory over Independent School League Champion Noble and Greenough School in the final. The victory over Nobles gave South Kent its third consecutive NEPSSA Championship and fourth in five years. The 2010 Cardinals earned their place in the record books and completed the campaign with a 18-3-2 record in all competitions.
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South Kent Boys' Soccer Earns 2010 Class B New England Championship!

SKS wins it's 3rd straight New England Class "B" Championship, 4th in 5 years as they beat a very skilled and determined Nobles and Greenough with a final score of 2-1.

The game was played at Middlesex School in Concord Ma., host of this years New England Championships. South Kent came out with total domination and pressed hard. SKS scored the first goal off a cross by Tre Ming into the box, a Nobles defender deflected into his own net for 1-0 score.
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Holderness Boys' Soccer 2010 NEPSAC Class C Champions!

Boys varsity soccer won a tough match against Milbrook this morning at Middlesex School, 1-0, making them the 2010 NEPSAC Class "C" champions. Congratulations!

From Coach Antonides:

We did it. Holderness triumphed in the NEPSAC Class C Championship game today. We hoisted the Cup in Concord, MA at the NEPSAC Soccer grand finale. After drawing #1 seed the Bulls breezed through the first and second round to advance to the Championship game with The Millbrook School from Millbrook, NY. It was clear from the opening whistle that this would be a hard-fought contest. Early minutes saw Millbrook establish control but the Bulls settled down and evened up the back-and-forth contest. The game was physical and had plenty of playoff tension. The first half went scoreless with both teams having a few "just misses."

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A Historic Season for South Kent Soccer


It was a historic year for the Varsity Soccer Team, who set a number of records throughout the season in addi­tion to winning their second consecutive New England Preparatory School Soccer Association (NEPSSA) Class B championship. The Cardinals came away with the Ray Brown Cup as Class B Western New England Preparatory School Soccer Association (WNEPSSA) Regular Season Champions for the second year in a row as well. The team also topped the mark for most wins in program history, set at seventeen last year, with a record of 20-2-1. In addition, they set the record for consecutive wins without a loss at twenty-one in a row, which carried over from 2008.

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Former ISL Boys' Soccer Players on 2009 U.S. Under-20 National Team

Click here to read the recent Boston Herald article on former ISL Boys' Soccer All-stars Sheanon Williams of the Rivers School and Aaron Maund of Roxbury Latin.

Rivers' Rugg 2008-09 Gatorade Massachusetts Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year

The award list grows. All-ISL. All-State. National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Massachusetts Player of the Year. ESPN RISE Second-Team All-American.

NSCAA All-American.

And now, perhaps most impressive of all, Rivers senior Charlie Rugg has been named the 2008-09 Gatorade Massachusetts Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year. He is the first Rivers soccer player ever to receive the honor and is now a finalist for the prestigious Gatorade National Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year award to be announced in May.

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