Cabinet Sports Talk

HIGH SCHOOL

Souhegan’s Kent earns NHIAA honor

Peyton Kent, a senior at Souhegan High School, was named the NHIAA’s Female Student Athlete of the Month for January. A three-sport athlete for the Sabers, Kent was a captain for the girl soccer team, helping Souhegan win its second title in three years last fall. She was also named to the Division II all-state team and was a Wendy’s High School Heisman Award recipient. Kent also plays ice hockey and lacrosse and is a member of the National Honor Society, the Souhegan Student Athletic Leadership Council and an NHIAA Student Ambassador. Kent recently signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Bentley University.

SOCCER

Spring openings available

Hampshire FC has limited openings on its boys and girls U10-U19 spring soccer teams. The teams are open to players from any town. Hampshire FC is also now accepting registrations for the tots and EDP spring programs. For more information, go to www.amherstsoccerclub.com or contact Lisa Davidson at treasurer@
amherstsoccerclub.com or 654-5276.

LACROSSE

First coach-parent
workshop

The New Hampshire Lacrosse Foundation will team with the Amherst Lacrosse Club to host the first Professional Coaching Alliance Parent Workshop.

The event will take place at Hampshire Hills at 6 p.m. on March 12. The workshop is open to any parent at no cost and is not sport specific. Up to 100 participants can be accommodated.

To register, go to www.amherstlacrosseclub.com. Under the “registration” tab, click on “online registration.” Then click on PCA Courses from the pull down menu. Then click on “begin registration.” When you complete the registration form an email confirmation will be sent to you.