Cabinet High School Highlights
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Sept. 18: Goffstown 4, Milford 0
TEAM RECORDS: MIl 1-4, Gof 4-0. GOALIE SAVES: Kaitlyn Nelson made eight saves in net for the Spartans, including one on a breakaway. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Maddie Gagnon and Amy Arena both played well in the loss.
Sept. 23: Milford 5,
TEAM RECORDS: M 2-3, CV 1-4. SCORING: Cora Rogers, five goals; Shannon Kolasinski, one assist each for Julia Mazzeo, Nicole McMorrow, Meghan Marshall, Kelsey Poulter. GOALIE SAVES: Kaitlyn Nelson 2.
Sept. 18: Milford third
TEAM SCORES: Windham 192, Sanborn 225, Milford 246. TEAM RECORDS: Mil 1-10. MEDALIST: Windham’s Connor Greenleaf shot a 34. LOCAL GOLFERS: Evan Ryan 44, Mitch Lepine 46, Weston Pare 50, Matt Paul 52, Shane Winnert 52, Ethan Brocklehurst 54, Trey Hoffhein 56, and Brenden White 61.
Sept. 18: Milford 3,
Manchester West 0
TEAM RECORDS: Mil 4-1, West 0-3. GAME SCORES: 25-9, 25-11, 25-9. STATS LEADERS: Olivia Rougeau recorded eight kills to lead the Spartans, while Britt Gentilhomme (two kills), Jess Scott (six aces) and Abby Blanchet (13 assists) also played well in victory.
Sept. 19: Milford 3,
TEAM RECORDS: Mil 5-1, Som 3-2. GAME SCORES: 18-25, 25-20, 25-14, 25-22. STATS LEADERS: Amanda Alcox 29 digs and two kills; Jess Leach nine digs and three kills; Abby Blanchet 22 assists, 13 digs, and four aces; Jess Scott 16 digs, seven kills, and five aces; Olivia Rougeau two aces, 3.5 blocks, and 11 kills.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Sept. 24: Sabers finish first
Souhegan took the top three spots, and six of the top eight places to outdistance four other teams at Merrimack Valley. Eli Moskowitz led the way for the Sabers as he finished in 17:09. Following Moskowitz were Patrick Lynch (second, 17:38), Brett Quinn (third, 17:50), Ryan Lynch (fifth, 18:13), Ben Massa (seventh, 18:28) and Ben Platt (eighth, 18:33). Brady Camplin (12th, 18:46) rounded out the scoring for Souhegan. Final scores were Souhegan 18, Merrimack Valley 57, Windham 75, Plymouth 102, and John Stark 139.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Sept. 24: Souhegan wins
Souhegan displayed a strong effort as it took the first five places and seven of the top 10 spots in a five-team meet at Merrimack Valley. Madeleine Hunt led the way for the Sabers, as she finished in 20:25. She was followed by Hannah Gillis (21:28), Miclyn Noorda (21:33), Hannah Culver (21:43) and Kate Bermingham (21:46). MinLu Kelly-Durham (eighth, 22:12) and Shannon Earley (10th, 22:28) completed the varsity scoring for Souhegan. Final team scores were Souhegan 15, Windham 66, John Stark 80, Merrimack Valley 101 and Plymouth 114.
Sept. 21: Souhegan 2,
Hollis Brookline 1 (OT)
TEAM RECORDS: S 5-1, HB 1-4. SCORING: Devon Hickey scored both goals for Souhegan. Jessie Concannon assisted on the first score. Hannah MacLeod netted Hollis Brookline’s goal. GOALIE SAVES: S – Kate Heaney three, Claire Foley three. HB – Cassie Reijgers 11. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Madison Angulas had a great game at midfield for the Sabers. Maisy Rohrer led the way on defense.
Sept. 23: Merrimack
Valley 2, Souhegan 1 OT
RECORDS: MV 5-2, SO 5-2. SCORING: Hailee Forest scored the lone goal for Souhegan, assisted by Devon Hickey. GOALIE SAVES: MV- Carey, eight. SO- Kate Heaney 11. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Marina Lipson, Sarah Hurd, and Jillian Bamforth had standout games.
Sept. 24: Sabers
TEAM SCORES: Windham 192, Lebanon 219, Souhegan 226. TEAM RECORDS: Win 14-0, Leb 11-5, Sou 8-8. MEDALIST: J. Grubs, Windham, 36. LOCAL GOLFERS: S – August Darula, 40.
Sept. 20: Souhegan 5,
Manchester West 1
TEAM RECORDS: Sou 4-3, MW 1-5. SCORING: Devan Casey (from Mike Hayden), Aaron Hinton (from Mike Hayden), Mike Hayden (from Jack Facey), Mike Hayden (from Aaron Hinton), Devan Casey (from Aaron Hinton). GOALIE SAVES: Teigue Young had 10 saves in net for Souhegan. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Josh Massa turned in a strong performance at midfield for the Sabers.
Sept. 24: Souhegan 4,
RECORDS: SO 5-3, CV 5-2-1. SCORING: Mike Hayden scored a pair of goals and also assisted on Matt Hopfenspirger’s score. Aaron Hinton also contributed an assist. Souhegan’s fourth goal came on a Con-Val own-goal. GOALIE SAVES: SO- Teigue Young, eight. CV- Liam McNally, five. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: After trailing 2-0 at half, Souhegan stormed back behind strong play from centerbacks Kyle Richardson and Reed Larson.
Sept. 20: Souhegan 7,
Manchester West 0
TEAM RECORDS: Sou 4-2, MW 0-5. SCORING: Hailey Johnson (from Emma Estabrook), Johnson (from Estabrook), Peyton Kent (from Emma Fluette), Kent (from Caroline Schagrin), Taylor Behn (from Rachel Facey), Meghan Camello (from Kent) and Kent (from Estabrook).
Sept. 24: Souhegan 2,
TEAM RECORDS: Sou 5-2, CV 3-4. SCORING: S – Hannah Chick goal (72nd minute), assisted by Peyton Kent; Emma Estabrook goal (77th minute), assisted by Kent. GOALIE SAVES: S – Hannah Chick four; Mikaela Sullivan four. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Con-Val scored in the ninth minute and then held the Sabers scoreless until the final eight minutes of the game.
Sept. 20: WLC 6, Nute 0
TEAM RECORDS: WL 6-1, Nute 0-5. SCORING: Jacob Claire (from Andrew Houston), Isiah Rae (from Connor Melrose), James Dogdan (unassisted), Connor Melrose (from Mark Davidson), Trevor Paquin (from Connor Holt) and James Edmunds (from John Lamiere). GOALIE SAVES: Tom Crowley made three stops to earn the shutout.
Sept. 24: WLC 2,
RECORDS: WL 7-1, MA 0-6. SCORING: Jordan Liche and James Evans netted both of WLC’s goals. GOALIE SAVES: Connor Miller, eight.
Sept. 23: WLC 3, Stevens 0
TEAM RECORDS: WL 3-4, S 0-6. GAME SCORES: 25-6, 25-3, 23-7. STATS LEADERS: Kassie Dumont, 20 straight service points in the second game; Kayla Barnes, seven points to close out the third game.