Cabinet High School Highlights
Jan. 24: Lebanon 86,
Seth Hopkins scored a Spartans-high 14 points, but it wasn’t nearly enough to overcome the Raiders’ high-scoring offense. Evan Perron and Ross Briggs added seven each in the loss, as Milford falls to 1-6 on the season and Lebanon improves to 7-2.
Jan. 23: Derryfield 382,
HB 366, Milford 361, Souhegan 357
The Cavs were led by Paul Menard, who secured second place after posting a time of (1:13.47) and Luke Martin who placed fifth in (1:15.07). Souhegan’s Trevor Brown took third place in the race with a time of (1:13.58). Lastly, Milford’s Jimmy and David Spalding finished in sixth and eighth respectively with times of (1:15.83) and (1:16.36).
Jan. 24: Milford boys
and girls split four
The Spartans picked up wins over Campbell (85-24) and Keene (66-64) while falling to Londonderrry (136-30) and Nashua North (100-51). Meanwhile, the girls beat Wilton-Lyndeborough (87-23) and Keene (77-37) and lost to Londonderry (122-43) and North (75-66).
Kaitlyn McManus continued her winning streak, finishing first in the 100 breaststroke and the 100 freestyle. Zoe Daudier won the 200 IM and placed second in the 100 butterfly. Noah Lavoie, Zak Parker and Dylan Mailloux had huge improvement in their times to help the boys.
Jan. 26: Spartans swim at Bobcat Invitational
Kaitlyn McManus lead the way with a second -lace finish in the 100 breaststroke, fourth in the 200 IM and seventh place in the 50 freestyle. Zoe Daudier also had a strong showing, finishing fourth in the 100 backstroke and 13th in 50 freestyle and the 100 butterfly. Nova Grummon, Jenna Place, Noah Lavoie and Erik Rimalover had improved times.
Jan. 25: Spartans,
Sabers run well
At the University of New Hampshire morning session, Souhegan, Milford and Campbell all had top three finishers in multiple events.
For the boys, Campbell’s Sean Munnelly won the 600 meters with a time of 1:25.10. In the 1,000, Souhegan’s Patrick Lynch won in 2:41.80, while Ben DeForest won the 55-meter hurdles in 7.90.
For the girls, Milford’s Nicole McMorrow placed second in the 55 meters in a time of 7.50. Amy Lambert of Souhegan took third in the 600 in 1:45.60, while the 4×400 relay team took second in 4:31.4. Milford had Olivia Rougeau (5-0) and Olivia Mabbett (4-8) finish second and third in the high jump, and Souhegan’s Mikayla Hickey finished third in the long jump (15-4.25).
Jan. 25: Souhegan 8,
John Stark/Hopkinton 2
James Wilson led the Sabers with four goals and two assists, while older brother, Matt, added three goals, as Souhegan knocked off the defending Division III champs Saturday night at Conway Arena. Alek Medic also had a goal and an assist while goalie Connor McCall made 18 saves.
Jan. 22: Souhegan 10, ConVal 0
Caree Pitts scored four goals and added an assist as Souhegan rolled past ConVal 10-0 in a game at Cyclones Arena in Hudson Wednesday night.
Elizabeth Silvia-Chandley added two goals while Hailee Forest and Lauren McCormick each had a goal and an assist. Sam DeFilippo and Katie O’Connell also had a goal each while Gabi Sellers, Korina Hahn, Anna Tobim and Eliza Cullen each had an assist. Sarah LaFleur got the win in goal.
Jan. 23: Souhegan 385, Derryfield 367, HB 366
Winning the event was Souhegan’s Rhiannon Allison with a time of (1:16.26). The Sabers also had a trio of skiers finish in the top 10, as Anna Farrow (1:19.46), Alana Barretto (1:19.71), and Samantha Prue (1:20.06) placed fifth, sixth, and seventh. For Hollis Brookline, Skyler Anderson finished in third place with at time of (1:18.48).
Jan. 25: Bishop Guertin 107, Souhegan 67; Souhegan 97, Nashua South 37
Souhegan fell to the Bishop Guertin, but swam past Nashua South. Leading the way for Souhegan was captain Alex Bedard, who won the 200 free and 100 back. Tyler Howard won the 100 fly and 200 IM. The relay team of Bedard, Howard, Alex McNally and David Kibbie won the 200 medley relay, while the team of Bedard, Howard, McNally and Tom Lipkin won the 400 free relay.
Jan. 25: Souhegan 86, Nashua South 64; Bishop Guertin 103, Souhegan 68
The Souhegan girls overpowered Nashua South, but fell to Bishop Guertin. Captain Jamie Freud took first place in both the 200 and 500 free, while fellow captain Margaret Dean won the 100 breaststroke. Mary Rego placed first in the 100 back, and the 200 free relay was won by the team of Dean, Rego, Jessica Redd and Freud.