Cabinet High School Highlights
Thursday, May 23, 2013
May 15: Milford 7,
RECORDS: M 3-9. K 5-8. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Ryan Britton pitched seven innings, allowing two runs on five hits, while striking out six. LP – Marerra. BATTING LEADERS: Mil – Joe Small 2 for 4 with three runs batted in, Nick Webster 2 for 4 with two runs batted in, and Chris Smith 1 for 2 two runs scored.
May 16: Milford 8, HB 5
HB 8, Milford 7 (susp. game)
RECORDS: M 4-10, HB 9-5. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Logan Danforth, five runs, 10 hits over four innings, one strikeout, one walk. LP – Tim Rencken, six runs over three innings. S – Joe Smith, three innings of scoreless one-hit relief. BATTING LEADERS: M – Chris Smith, 3 for 4, three RBIs; Danforth and Drew Jepson, two hits each. HB – Jeremy Heard, Shea Whalen, Mitch Frick (doubles), two hits apiece. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: In the one-inning completion of a suspended game, the game-winner scored on a fielder’s choice off the bat of the Cavs’ Austin Pigott, who also got the win with a scoreless inning on the mound. Danforth took the loss for the Spartans with one hit, two walks and an earned run in the one frame.
May 16: Con-Val 9,
RECORDS: M 2-10, CV 5-6. SCORING: Harrison Urda, four goals, one assist; Evan Wandrey, one goal, one assist; Liam Shea and Ross Briggs, one goal each. GOALIE SAVES: M – Adam Audet, 13.
May 20: Windham 19, Milford 6
RECORDS: W 8-8 M 2-11. SCORING: Harrison Urda, three goals, two assists; Mack Erb one goal, one assist; Evan Wandrey and Ross Briggs, a goal each. GOALIE SAVES: Adam Audet, 13
May 15: Milford 20,
Kingswood 1 (5 innings)
RECORDS: M 7-6; K 0-11. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Kaitlyn Nelson went the distance, allowing only one unearned run on, while striking out six and walking one. BATTING LEADERS: Mil – Brittany White 4 for 5, Julia Mazzeo 4 for 5, and Erin Tyrrell 3 for 5 with two walks. NOTABLE QUOTES: “Simply put, we pounded the ball,” Milford head coach Dick Albert said.
May 16: Milford 4, HB 3
RECORDS: M 8-6, HB 11-3. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Erin Tyrell, four innings of relief, one unearned run, three strikeouts, one walk, one hit batsman. LP – Ashley Skey, four runs on 10 hits over seven innings, nine strikeouts, six walks. BATTING LEADERS: M – Kaitlyn Nelson, 3 for 4, triple; Jenn Dupuis, 2 for 4, two-run homer, two walks; Brittany White, 2 for 4, double. HB – Tori Sargent, 2 for 4, RBI; one RBI each for Skey and Kayla Sliger. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Dupuis’ two-run homer in the sixth gave the Spartans the win.
May 15: Con-Val 7,
SINGLE MATCHES: Ben Lambert won his first singles match 8-1. DOUBLE MATCHES: Lambert and Mike Dargie combined for an 8-6 win at first doubles. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Dargie battled at second singles, but fell 8-5. Josh Clemens also had a solid day for the Spartans (2-11), but came up on the losing end in both his No. 4 singles match, 8-6, and No. 2 doubles match, 8-5, with partner Kyle Leach.
May 16: Windham 9,
SINGLE MATCHES: Kyle Leach played well in an 8-2 loss at No. 3. DOUBLE MATCHES: Ben Lambert/Mike Dargie hung tough in an 8-4 loss at No. 1.
May 15: Souhegan 9,
St. Thomas 4 (9 innings)
RECORDS: Sou 7-6; ST 6-7. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Seth Learned threw a staggering 99 pitches over nine innings to get the win. He allowed three earned runs, all coming off of a three-run home run. He struck out one. BATTING LEADERS: Sou – Tyler Ford two hits, including a home run, Learned 3 hits, Andrew MacDonald 2 for 4, Peter Bennett 3 for 4, and Tyrell Torres 2 for 4. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Outstanding defense was played by Stevie Upton, Peter Bennett, and Michel Ehrenstein. St. Thomas eventually ran out of pitchers as the game went on; as a result, Souhegan scored five runs in the top of the ninth inning to seal the game.
May 17: Con-Val 6,
RECORDS: CV 9-4; Sou 7-7. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Ivon Clough pitched a complete game eight-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks for the win. LP – Bryce Knight went 42⁄3 innings, striking out five while allowing five runs on five hits and three walks (two hit batters). BATTING LEADERS: CV – Zach Mackey and Harrison LeFlem recorded RBIs in the third, while Clough helped his own cause with an RBI double in the fifth. S – Tyler Ford went 2 for 4, while Andrew MacDonald was 2 for 3 with an RBI single in the fourth. Seth Learned had a sacrifice fly in the seventh and was a defensive standout for Souhegan. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Chandler MacKenzie pitched 21⁄3 innings of no-hit relief for the Sabers.
May 14: Bishop Guertin 9, Souhegan 3
RECORDS: BG 12-3; S 6-6. SCORING: BG – Connor Donahue one goal, four assists; Tom Hurley two goals; Gage Sevigny one goal, one assist; Dom St. Laurent one goal; Colin Swanson one goal; Charlie O’Brien one goal; Alex Astrarita one goal; Corey Annunciata one goal; Nick Prunier one assist. S – Mitch Hale one goal; Joe Nutting one goal; Zach Bossi one goal; Mac Walker one assist; Blake Burnley one assist. GOALIE SAVES: BG – Peter Callahan three saves; Jake Sonberg two saves. S – Nick King nine saves.
May 16: Souhegan 16, Salem 4
RECORDS: S 7-6, Sa 3-10. SCORING: Mack Walker four goals, three assists; Joe Nutting, four goals, one assist; Blake Burnley, three assists; Alex Kuhnert, two goals; one goal each for ChayceHorton, brendan Cray, Kevin D’Autueil; Jack Grudzien, Trevor Barrett, and Kade Colen. GOALIE SAVES: Nick King, four; Alex Maresco three.
May 17: Souhegan 15,
RECORDS: Souhegan (12-1), Londonderry (10-4). SCORING: Sou: Jamie Wallisch (5), McKenzie Larivee (4), Madison Learned (4), Jesse Jay, Jocelyn Donohue, Kate Bermingham. GOALIE SAVES: Sou: Megan Kolopsky (13).
May 20: Souhegan 19,
Manchester Memorial 4
RECORDS: S 13-1, MM 2-12. SCORING: Juliane Donohue, three goals; Mickenzie Larivee two goals, three assists; Brittany Ireland, two goals, one assist; Madison Learned and Kate Bermingham, two goals apiece; Jesse Jay and Jamie Wallisch, one goal, two assits each; Allie Chapman and Marina Lipson, each with a goal and an assist; single goals by Olivia Durling, Hailey Johnson, Emma Fleuette and Taylor Behn; Gwen Hale, two assists; Olivia Veilette, one assist.
May 21: Souhegan 17, Salem 4
RECORDS: Sou 14-1; Sal 4-8. SCORING: Souhegan’s offense was paced by the six-goal effort of Madison Learned and a pair of hat tricks from Jamie Wallisch (one assist) and Mickenzie Larivee (one assist). Olivia Veillette and Katie Almeida chipped in with two goals each, while Olivia Durling added a single tally. Salem received one goal each from Janelie Borges, Shari Juranovis, Kylie Keenan and Lizzy Twomey. GOALIE SAVES: Megan Kolopsky (six saves) and Sammi Beuadry (two saves) shared goaltending duties for the Sabers, while Kara Thompson stopped 10 in net for the Blue Devils.
May 17: Souhegan 5,
SINGLE MATCHES: No. 3 Anthony Zeolie and No. 5 Alex Fogelgren each won 8-2, while No. 4 Patrick Casper was an 8-5 winner and No. 6 Parker Desborough pulled out a tight 9-7 victory. DOUBLE MATCHES: Fogelgren and Desborough paired up for an 8-0 win at third doubles as the Sabers closed out the regular season at 9-5.
Division II Quarterfinals
May 21: No. 2 Hanover 9, No. 7 Souhegan 0
SINGLE MATCHES: No. 1 Kotaro Horiuchi d. Jason Emmond, 8-1; No. 2 Christian Mueller d. Anthony Zeolie, 8-1; No. 3 Henry Pletcher d. Patrick Casper, 8-5; Jackson Greenspan d. Alex Fogelgren, 8-1; Sandy Yu d. Parker Desborough, 8-2; Richard Qiu d. Brendan Casileo, 8-3. DOUBLE MATCHES: No. 1 Horiuchi-Mueller d. Emmond-Zeolie, 8-0; Pletcher-Yu d. Fogelgren-Casper, 8-3; Greenspan-Qiu d. Desborough-Casper, 8-2.
May 16: St. Thomas 9, Souhegan 0
SINGLE MATCHES: Sarah Noble (No. 3) and Alex Kibbie (No. 4) recorded the only multiple game wins in 8-2 losses. DOUBLE MATCHES: Gina Mancini/Natalie Nelsen avoided the shutout at No. 3 (8-1).
May 21: Souhegan 3, HB 0
TEAM RECORDS: S 6-7; HB 6-8. GAME SCORES: 27-25, 25-21, 25-23. STATS LEADERS: Brian Thibodeau (10 kills, two blocks, two aces), Ryan Lecours (five kills, two blocks, ace), Aaron Campbell (seven kills, six blocks) and Alec Paulson (29 assists, two blocks) all had strong games for the Cavaliers in defeat.
May 15: WLC 3, Sunapee 1
RECORDS: WLC 6-6; S 9-4. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Pat Martin tossed a complete-game three-hitter, striking out nine and allowing no earned runs. LP – Robinson. BATTING LEADERS: WLC – Brendon Hussey was the Warriors’ offense, going 2 for 4 with three RBIs.
May 15: WLC 19, Sunapee 7
RECORDS: WLC 10-2; S 5-8. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Deanna Davidson pitched all seven innings, allowing only three earned runs on four hits, and striking out six. LP – Fowler. BATTING LEADERS: WL – Davidson 2 for 2 with three walks, a two-run home run, a three-run home run, and six RBIs. Jenna Bragdon 3 for 5 with a three-run home run and six RBIs. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Ally Schwab had a great game behind the plate, throwing out two runners trying to steal.
May 17: WLC 17, Epping 6
RECORDS: WL 11-2; Epp 4-9. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Deanna Davidson threw 42⁄3 innings, scattering two hits and allowing four earned runs. She struck out four. LP – Gallagher went six innings, allowing 17 runs (14 earned) on 14 hits. She struck out five and walked six. BATTING LEADERS: WLC – Davidson 3 for 4; Andrea Heck 3 for 4; Sophie Levert 2 for 4; Sammi Bosquet 2 for 5 with six RBis, including a grand slam. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Sara Holka was perfect in relief pitching 22⁄3 innings, allowing no runs and no hits.
May 20: WLC 12,
Portsmouth Christian 8
RECORDS: WL 12-2, PC 8-9. PITCHERS OF RECORD: WP – Sara Holka, 41⁄3 innings of one-hit, scoreless relief, five strikeouts, one walk. BATTING LEADERS: WL – Holke 3 for 4, four RBIs; Andrea Heck, 2 for 3, Ally Schwab, 2 for 3, two RBIs; Sam Bosquet 2 for 4, two RBIs. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: The Warriors rallied from 8-2 down in the third inning.