2010 RECORD:Wins-6
Losses-2Ties-1

September 28thTeamsScore

Killingly Cougars1

St. James
5
The girls showed tenacity as they braved the torrential rain conditions and standing water on the field, but St. James proved to be better at playing in those conditions. Drew Johndrow, in goal, kept a good attitude despite the fact that she had a new diamond-d in front of her net. Hailey Beaupre played an aggressive game at the stopper position and Alana Kresley, grade 6, showed grace under pressure and seemed intent on getting the ball up to her forwards. Jess Harty's corner kicks were impressive, but only one went in off a defender's leg.
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October 1stTeamsScore

Killingly Cougars1

Thompson Tigers0
The Cougar girls came to play on Friday in their scrimmage against Thompson. Everyone played, and everyone played well! It was a great game for Drew Johndrow and Nicole Auger who shared the shut-out. Teagan Waggoner showed some of her goal-scoring hunger making the final score 1-0 Killingly. Being a scrimmage, this victory does not go toward our season record, but it did a lot to boost Coach Maher's confidence in her team. The girls are HOME against Parish Hill on Thursday.
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October 5thTeamsScore

Killingly Cougars1

Pomfret
0

The Killingly Cougars girls' team brought home a sweet victory on Tuesday. Another wet game where it seemed like the opponent had more players on the field than us, but after Pomfret went ahead, 1-0 in the first 2 minutes of the second half, Teagan Waggoner got fired up.
Teagan scored her first goal off of an assist from Regan Disco and her second off of an assist from Sue Rodriguez. The final score was 2-1 giving us a record of 1 win, 1 loss and no ties. Come watch the girls play in their first home game on Thursday, Oct 7!

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October 7thTeamsScore

Killingly Cougars5

Parish Hill
0

The whole team was able to play against Parish Hill girls soccer team. The Killingly girls were on their A game with 5 goals scored! Jessica Harty scored two gorgeous goals; she is perfecting the skill of getting under the ball while hovering over it! Lillian Baah scored two goals, also; both assisted by Taylor Parnell. Alana Grauer scored one goal. There were many skilled give-and-goes and the defense completely shut down any offensive attempts. In the end, Drew Johndrow and Nicole Auger shared another shut-out. Our record is 2 and 1; that's two wins and one loss.


PS The Girls would like to specifically congratulate Lillian Baah for scoring her first two goals in America!

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October 12th
TeamsScore

Killingly Cougars
Putnam
6
2
The girls hada 6-2 victory over Putnam today. The first goal of the game was scored by Beth Zapata, assisted by Teagan Waggoner. The second one was Jess Harty after an awesome trap. Chalei Dube scored a goal after intercepting a pass from a Putnam player. Then Beth had a second goal assisted by Chalei. The last goal was scored by Teagan Waggoner with an assist from Jess. Goalies Drew Johndrow and Nicole Auger each played a great game, as well.
Nice games Cougars! Come cheer us on next week on Tuesday, against Thompson.
Written by: Teagan Waggoner
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October 13th
TeamsScore

Killingly Cougars
Eastford
4
0
The girls had another great victory. They won the game 4-0. After a frustrating first half we came back and had a sick-nasty second. The first goal was scored by Teagan Waggoner off a pass from Chalei Dube. The secondgoal as scored by Jess Harty on a free kick. The third goal was scored by Beth Zapata assisted from Jess. The last goal was scored our top scorer, Jessica Harty. The diamond-defense stayed strong throughout the game helping Drew Johndrow achieve a sick-nasty shut-out. Drew stood in goal keeping her beautiful glow throughout the whole game! The Cougar girls' record is a brilliant 4-1-0.
Kudos to Nicole Auger for initiating Breast Cancer Awareness month. The team is wearing pink socks this month and collecting donations on the side lines. At the Eastford game, $21.31 was collected. The money will be donated at the end of the month. Come support the Cougar girls on Tuesday, October 19, wear your pink and bring your spare change for Nicole's Can!

Written by: Teagan Waggoner
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October 14th
TeamsScore

Killingly Cougars
Canterbury
2
0
The Cougar girls had another great game with a 2-0 win against Canterbury. The first goal, assisted by Jess Harty, was scored by Teagan, at minute 3 of the game. Coach Maher says that Teagan has a way of sparking the team and pumping them up by putting us on the scoreboard. The second goal was scored by Jess off a curving corner kick. Megan Vertefeille was perfectly
positioned at the far post to tip it in, if necessary! True team work and offensive support and positioning. (Ask Jess her secret!) A note on Megan; oops, we accidentally gave Beth credit for a goal Megan scored against Putnam) Drew, Drew, Drew! She saved this game for the Cougars with her 20 saves; she really worked for this shut-out! Meanwhile, back-up goalie, Nicole Auger, raised another $31.68 for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Please come support the team, Nicky's cause, and see our girls in their spirited pink socks and face paint on TUESDAY, OCT 19, at 3:30. Cheer us on to a 6-1 record!
Written by: Teagan Waggoner (with help from Drew J)
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October 19th
TeamsScore

Killingly Cougars
Thompson
4
1
The Cougar girls defeated Thompson again in a 4-1 victory. Jess Harty scored 2 goals; one off of a free-kick which soared from a high loft and just slipped between the crossbar and the goalie's finger tips! Her other goal was off a brilliant cross ball from Alana Grauer. Alana then went on to score her own goal assisted by Megan Vertefeille. Teagan, once again, scored
our first goal, off of a beautiful threw ball from Jess! Once again, everyone got some playing time in this game. Two more games. Plan on coming to cheer on the girls at our last home game next Tuesday, October 26 versus the Woodstock Wildcats. Let's see if our fans can outnumber the Woodstockfans!

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October 21st TeamsScore

Killingly Cougars
1

Brooklyn1
The Cougar girls tied to Brooklyn with a 1-1 score. Alana Grauer took at shot toward the far post, followed it hard, and Bethany Zapata was in the perfect far-post position to tap it in! Picture perfect offense. The girls are now 5-1-1 and their last regular season game is on Tuesday, Oct 26 at HOME vs undefeated Woodstock.
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October 26th TeamsScore

Killingly Cougars
Woodstock
2
0
The Cougar Girls played a hard match against undefeated Woodstock. Theresult was a loss, but Coach Maher feels that KIS "won" the second half based on how much they improved in their aggression and accuracy between the first and second halves. Sue Rodriquez, Jess Harty, Olivia Shabenas, Lindsay Glaude and Alana Kresley shut down some very skilled opponents, again and again. Drew made some remarkable saves keeping the Woodstock team to just 2
goals. Offensively, Alana Grauer and Beth Zapata played determined, aggressive soccer showing that they really wanted to score.The girls end their season with a 6-2-1 record, losing to two undefeated teams. They will meet up with one of them again, on Monday, for the
Semi-Finals. Wish them good game!

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November 2nd  Semifinals
TeamsScore

Killingly Cougars2

St. James1
On Tuesday, the Cougar Girls won their semifinal game vs St. James. Bethany Zapata tipped in a goal, at the far post, off of Jess Harty's brilliant cross. Alana Grauer scored our second, and game winning goal. Kudos to Olivia and Drew who really kept us in the game, defensively. The final score was 2-1.
The final match is on Wednesday versus Woodstock at 3:00, in Woodstock. The Cougar Girls are on fire and revved up to take on the first place Woodstock girls!

Last Modified on November 3, 2010