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Cancelled
League
vs.
Middletown High School
@ Playing Fields - Weresbee Field
Away
League
vs.
Newtown High School
Loss 12-14
@ Newtown High School
Away
Tournament

Wooster School Mini-Tournament

League
vs.
Wooster School
Loss 0-11
Oxford High School
Win 9-7
Chase Collegiate School
Win 10-5
@ Wooster School
Away
Rescheduled
League
vs.
Forman School
Win 15-3
@ Forman School
Home
League
vs.
Avon High School
Loss 10-15
@ Playing Fields - Weresbee Field
Away
Tournament

Hotchkiss Mini-Tourney

League
vs.
Hotchkiss School
Loss 3-8
Xavier High School
Loss 6-9
Wilton High School
Win 9-5
@ Hotchkiss School
Away
Cancelled
League
vs.
Xavier High School
@ Xavier High School
Away
Cancelled
League
vs.
Cheshire Academy
@ Cheshire Academy
Home
League
vs.
Amity High School
Win 15-10
@ Playing Fields - Weresbee Field
Away
League
vs.
Forman School
Win 15-3
@ Forman School
Home

Middletown JV

League
vs.
Middletown High School
Win 15-7
@ Playing Fields - Weresbee Field
Home
League
vs.
Cheshire Academy
Win 15-10
@ Playing Fields - Weresbee Field
Away
Tournament

2018 CT Div II Championships

League
vs.
Hotchkiss School
Win 10-7
@ Hotchkiss School
Neutral

2018 CT Div II Championships

League
vs.
Greens Farms Academy
Win 11-7
@ Hotchkiss School
Neutral

2018 CT Div II Championships

League
vs.
Amity High School
Win 9-5
@ Hotchkiss School
Neutral

CT State Division II Championship Game

League
vs.
Chase Collegiate School
Win 9-6
@ Hotchkiss School
Home
League
vs.
Hotchkiss School
Loss 7-15
@ Playing Fields - Weresbee Field
Home

Xavier JV vs Gunnery JV

League
vs.
Xavier High School
Loss 4-15
@ Playing Fields - Weresbee Field

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List of 13 news stories.

  • Gunnery loses in first JV game ever!

    Gunnery played its first JV game ever.  The team came out strong and learned a lot in playing many quality minutes.  Lucas Boyden led the team with 2 goals and Lizzy Pigott scored the first goal of her career!  All in all a fun capper to the season!
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  • Gunnery falls to Hotchkiss!

    Gunnery came out playing well early against the CT Division I State Champions and were up 4 to 2 early on. They battled the whole first half but trailed 8 to 5 at half. The Gunnery then ran out of gas at the end to end up with the loss. It was a good effort against a talented team. Tscheppe led the team with 3 goals and 5 different players scored for the Highlanders. Last game tomorrow is a JV game - come out and support those who are new to the game!
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  • Gunnery wins CT State Division II Championship!

    Gunnery had to face a tough Chase squad for the championship.  Half way through the game The Gunnery again found itself down 4 to 3 and then 5 to 4.  As the clock ticked down things looked bleak.  But the Gunnery then took a 6 to 5 lead at half and then scored the last three goals of the game to win 9 to 6.  Some highlights:  Levi scored 3, had 4 defensive plays. Tim scored 3, had 1 assist 1 defensive play. Allen scored 2, had 4 defensive plays. Ethan scored 1, had 1 assist, 1 defensive play. Aiden Cooke had 1 defensive play. Brett scored 1, had 5 assists and 3 defensive plays. Aiden Mullen had 2 assists, 4 defensive plays. Tucker Paron had 1 assist, 1 defensive play.   A great effort by everyone on the day and thanks to all who came out.
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  • Gunnery advances to title game!

    Gunnery was in a tough back and forth game and half way through the game Amity was up to 4 to 3.  It looked like the Highlanders would go home without a title.  The Gunnery then scored 6 straight goals led by Tim Tscheppe with 5 goals for the win.  It was on to the title game against Chase!
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  • Gunnery wins first game in Division II Tournament

    Gunnery traveled up to Hotchkiss for the Connecticut State Division II Tournament on Saturday. Game 1 was at 9 AM on Saturday and Gunnery drew a tough Hotchkiss JV team in the opener. It was a back and forth game in the weather but The Gunnery pulled away in the end. Allen Watson had 4 goals in this match. Next up was Green Farms Academy at 10:20 AM.
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  • Gunnery wins second game in CT Division II Championship!

    Gunnery got out early against a tough Green Farms Academy team in the second game and had an 8 to 1 lead.  Greens Farms stormed back to 9 to 7 but the Gunnery put it away in the end.  Tim Tscheppe had four goals in the game and Brett Matthews had four assists.  At 2 and 0 The Gunnery then played Amity at 1 PM for the bracket title.
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  • Gunnery wins again!

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  • Gunnery plays well in win against Middletown JV

    Gunnery played one of its strongest matches of the season on Tuesday in beating a strong Middletown High JV team on Tuesday. Aiden Cooke had a career high 4 goals on the day and Levi Mercier chipped in 4 as well. Gunnery is back at it on Wednesday at 3:30 PM at Hammer Park. Hope to see some of you there!
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  • 10 players score in Gunnery win

    Ten different players scored in The Gunnery win at Forman.  Alan Tsui, John Meyer, Ethan Cox, and Lucas Boyden all scored theri first goals of the season.  Tucker Paron and Aiden Cooke were strong on the defensive end.
    Gunnery gets back at it at home next Tuesday against Middletown.
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  • Gunnery has nice win against Amity

    The second game this season at Hammer Park was played under beautiful conditions.  Gunnery came out hungry and had an 8 to 2 lead at half.  During the second half Amity made a nice run but the Highlanders were able to close out the win.  Matthews and Mercier had most of the scores and Mullen and Matthews chipped in witht he assists.  Mullen led the team with three defensive stops and Watson skied for the catch of the game!
    Gunnery is back at it on Thursday at Forman.  We hope to see some of you there!
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  • Gunnery wins one at the Hotchkiss Mini-Tourney

    12 men and women journeyed up to Lakeville to participate in the Hotchkiss Mini-Tourney.  Although we were short on numbers we were long on heart.  In the first game we battled and were tied with Hotchkiss for the first 15 minutes but ultimately fell to the Bearcats.  We also battled valiantly versus Xavier but came up short.  Although in that game Roberto Galante scored the first point of his Gunnery career.  We played well the third game in beating a spirited Wilton team.  An overall team effort as 10 different players scored on the day led by Brett Mathews with 6.  Gunnery will try to even it up against Xavier in the next game after break.  Thanks to all the parents that brought snacks to fuel us during our journey!
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  • Gunnery can’t hold lead

    Gunnery had an 8 to 4 lead at half but Avon had a strong second half to get the win. Gunn hopes to get back at it tomorrow.
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  • Gunnery loses to Newtown in thriller!

    The Highlanders had a strong first effort on Wednesday in Newtown.  They went down early and never held the lead but the battled all the way back to tie the game at 11 before falling in the last 15 minutes.  They learned a lot during this first match and hope to carry it forward to the next match.  5 different players scored, 6 different players had assists, and 9 players had defensive stops in an all aroiund team effort.  Both Brett Matthews and Allen Watson had 8 point on the day.  The Gunnery plays three contests on Saturday and hope to get their first win!
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The Gunnery

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mail address: 99 Green Hill Road, Washington, CT 06793
tel: 860-868-7334
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Founded in 1850 by abolitionist, educator, and outdoorsman Frederick Gunn, The Gunnery is a coeducational college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grades 9 through 12/post-graduate. Dedicated teacher-mentor-coaches challenge students to reach their full potential in a home-like setting where character and citizenship are valued as much as intellect and achievement. Individualized attention and high expectations help young learners develop not only the skills and confidence they will need in college, but also the moral compass and love of learning that will serve them well in life. The school attracts ambitious, academically curious students who will both shine as unique individuals and thrive as contributing members of a deeply connected community. By the time they graduate, Gunnery students have become well rounded, grounded young adults with a sharpened sense of who they are and who they want to become.