Hollis Brookline High School Highlights
Friday, January 18, 2013
Jan. 12: Berlin 5, HB 3
The Cavaliers (3-5 in Division III) had their three-game winning streak snapped by the undefeated Mountaineers (8-0). Tim Birch had a goal and two assists for HB while Cam Ricard and Will Holmes also scored. Cassie Circelli had two assists and Ian Rowe and Matt Mailloux had a helper each. Travis Howard made 54 saves.
Jan. 9: HB 45,
Securing pins for the Cavaliers were Zach McPherson (132), Wyatt Farwell (145), Zach Jennings (152), Andrew Butler (160), Kayne Robert (170), Nate Ashe (195), and Hisham Hafez (285). Also posting a win for HB was Nick McPherson (120). Tomahawk wrestlers collecting pins were Kyle Newman at 113, Mitchell McMahon at 138, and Zack Pickard at 220. Other Tomahawks posting wins were Connor Vance at 126 and Joe Rodriguez at 182.
Jan. 12: Cavs take second
HB finished second at the Daniel Gionet Memorial Tournament in Pelham, just two points behind first-place Windham. Winning an individual championship was Nate Ashe (195) ,who won his third tournament on the year with an 8-4 decision over James Ewing of Souhegan.
Zach McPherson (132), Zach Jennings (152) and Austin Bumpus (182) each placed second and Hunter Longland (220) placed fourth. Also winning matches for HB were Jake Pickard (106), Nick McPherson (113), Nathaniel Lindsay (120), Wyatt Farwell (138), Andrew Butler (160), Kayne Robert (170), and Hisham Hafez (285).
Jan. 11: HB 54, Milford 38
Hollis Brookline led by 10 points at the half and never looked back as P.J. Flaum led the Cavaliers with 18 points, including three 3-pointers. Also having a strong game for Hollis Brookline was Tim Rencken, who added 10 points to the winning cause.
Jan. 12: Cavs
TEAM SCORES: Merrimack 4, Stevens 2, Keene 1, HB 0. TOP LOCAL PERFORMERS: M-Alex Bull (392), Justin Conway (386), Matt Amodio (379), Parker O’Brien (342), Shawn Crement (341). HB-Devin Fauteux (344), Austin Piggot (286), Tyler Martin (277), Joe Spohn (274).
Jan 13: Cavs run at UNH
The HB boys finished fourth with 20 points at a meet at UNH, while the girls came in ninth with five points. Joe Flaherty led the boys, finishing fourth in the 300 and fourth in the long jump while Christian Parenteau took third in the 600 and HB also came in second in the 4x160.
For the girls, Sarah Crampton came in fourth in the 1,000 and Monica Zack finished fifth in the 55.