Cabinet High School Highlights



Feb. 4: Windham 51, Milford 29

Evan Perron played well defensively and had 12 points but the Spartans dropped to 1-9. Dan Murray added five points for Milford, which trailed 25-13 at halftime.

Feb. 7: John Stark 53, Milford 47

Despite a strong first half start, John Stark’s offense was too much for the Spartans to handle in the second quarter as Milford now falls to 1-10 on the season. Seth Hopkins led Milford with 14. Evan Perron (10 points) added a pair of 3-pointers in the loss.


Feb. 6: Milford 56, Portsmouth 45

Milford moved into a tie with Souhegan atop the Division II standings after defeating a tough Portsmouth squad.

The teams entered the game with identical 9-1 records. With the victory, Milford improves to 10-1. Souhegan had sole possession of the spot after topping Goffstown on Tuesday. The Spartans were led by Jenniger Dupuis’ 14 points, including two three-pointers. Rebecca Cleary and Adelle Pitsas combined for 23 points in the victory. Milford capitalized on a 21-5 second quarter to pull away from its opponent.

Feb. 7: Milford 55, John Stark 13

Milford limited John Stark to only two first half points as the Spartans coasted to victory. Rebecca Cleary led the way with 15 points, while teammate Adelle Pitsas added 14. Jess Ryan also chipped in with 11 points for the Spartans.

Feb. 11: Milford 59, ConVal 19

Adelle Pitsas almost outscored the Cougars on her own, leading the Spartans with 13 points. Taylor Steinbrecher added 12 points, including two 3-pointers, and Jessica Ryan added 10 points. Brianna Hoffman also chipped in nine points for Milford, which won its eighth game in a row.


Feb. 6: Milford 50, Manchester West 12

Milford earned a much needed point in the standings as they cruised to a victory over Manchester West.

Alex Nguyen (106), Ruben Carson (120), Devin Dolliver (138), Jake Ricker (160), Scott Dannewitz (170) and Travis Hughes (285) each had victories for the Spartans, who improve to 5-3.

Feb. 8: Milford 45, Bishop Guertin 33

The Spartans improved their season-best winning streak to five as they narrowly defeated Bishop Guertin. Milford had victories from Devin Dolliver (145), Mitchell Rota (152), George Horta (170), Scott Dannewitz (182), Dustin Post (195) and Travis Hughes (285).

Jordan Rowlett (113), Justin Chan (126), Dylan Brown (132), Brandon Levesque (138), Patrick Sands (160) and Brian Fenn (220) had victories for the Cardinals, who fall to 6-9 on the season.



Feb. 4: Souhegan 45, Goffstown 34

Brian Dworkin scored seven of his 11 points in the fourth quarter as the Sabers (4-7) pulled away. Matt Segul led the locals with 14 points while A.J. Hayes added eight.


Feb. 7: Souhegan 74, Pelham 22

The Sabers scored 49 points in the first half and cruised to an easy victory over the Pythons. McKenzie Larivee led the Sabers with 16 points, while teammate Devon Hickey chipped in with 13 points. Jamie King and Emily Gaukstern each scored eight in the victory, the Sabers’ sixth straight.


Feb. 8: Souhegan 6, Kennett 2

Sophomore Joe Nutting scored two goals to go along with two assists as Souhegan topped Kennett. Mike Hayden added a goal and an assist for the Sabers, while teammates Taylor Farrow, Riley Connor and Robbie Duarte also found the back of the net. Sabers goalie Connor McCall had 16 saves in the victory as Souhegan improves to 9-1.


Feb. 8: Bishop Guertin 3, Souhegan 0

After starting the season 6-0, the Cardinals had fallen into a rut recently, losing three of their last four games. Bishop Guertin managed to break out of their slump against Souhegan behind goalie Mia Vecchione. Amanda Giles scored the first goal for Bishop Guertin, assisted by Krista Ferrari. Ferrari netted the next score off an assist from Brooke Pearson. Vicki Shaw added an insurance goal, assisted by Sorrell Bourgeois. Vecchione had 28 saves in the shutout victory.



Feb. 6: WLC 40, Newmarket 30

Jordan Litts had a triple-double as he led Wilton/Lyndeborough to a big win over Newmarket, 40-30.

The junior finished with 21 points, ten rebounds and ten steals as he helped the Warriors to their sixth victory of the season. Kyle Pratt added 13 points.

Feb. 11: WLC 69, Nute 30

Jordan Litts scored 23 of his game-high 31 points in the first quarter as the Warriors (7-6) jumped out to a 28-2 lead after the first period and never looked back. Kyle Pratt added 11 for the locals.


Feb. 4: Sunapee 57, WLC 36

The Warriors dropped to 6-7 after scoring only one point in the second quarter. Ally Schwab led Wilton with 11 points while Kelsey Randlett added nine.

Feb. 7: WLC 40, Newmarket 33

The Warriors stepped up their defensive effort in the second half, limiting Newmarket to only 12 points as they sneaked by with a victory. Kelsey Randlett scored 11 points to lead WLC. Teammate Rachel Graves added eight for the Warriors, who improve to 7-7.

Feb. 11: WLC 58, Nute 30

The visiting Warriors improved to 8-7 as Sami Bosquet topped all scorers with 22 points and Ally Schwab added 16. In perhaps their best game of the season, the Warriors led 29-19 at the half and held Nute to 11 points over the final 16 minutes.