Cabinet High School Highlights

MILFORD

BOYS BASKETBALL

Feb. 28: Milford 68,
St. Thomas 67

In a fourth quarter that saw numerous lead changes, Drew Jepson played the hero for the Spartans, draining a three-pointer as time expired to keep Milford’s playoff hopes alive. In addition to his clutch shot, Jepson also had 18 points, while teammate Ross Briggs followed with 15 points of his own. The win gave the Spartans the 15th seed in the Division II tournament.

SOUHEGAN

BOWLING

March 1: Wieczerzak
finishes second
at championship

Souhegan’s David Wieczerzak finished in second place in the Championship Flight bracket at the NHIAA Bowling championships. Wieczerzak bowled a 169 in the finals, losing to Raina Stobb of Pinkerton.

In the Medal Flight, Pinkerton had another champion in Natalie Fabrizio. Merrimack teammates Matt Larson and Max Haplin were ousted in the quarterfinals. Bishop Guertin’s Kyle Cushion also made it to the final eight.

BOYS HOCKEY

Feb. 27: Souhegan 10,
Manchester West 0

The Sabers improved their overall record to 15-1 with the blowout victory. James Wilson and Vincent Silvestri tied for the team lead in scoring with four points apiece, while Alek Medic and Riley Connor each had a three-point game. In goal, Connor McCall made three saves to earn the shut out.

March 1: Belmont-Gilford 4, Souhegan 2

After compiling 13 straight victories, the Sabers couldn’t finish their regular season with a victory as they fell to Belmont-Gilford. Souhegan finishes the regular season 15-2.

Joe Nutting scored both goals for Souhegan. Matt Wilson had a pair of assists, while teammates Taylor Farrow and Mike Hayden each had one.

WILTON-
LYNDEBOROUGH

BOYS BASKETBALL

Feb. 28: Sunapee 84,
WLC 36

The Warriors did not finish the regular season with a great showing as they fell to Sunapee in a rout. WLC wrapped up the 12-seed and was set to play fifth-seeded Colebrook on Tuesday.

Kyle Pratt and Jordan Litts each finished with 11 points in the loss. Sunapee managed to sink 11 three-pointers in the victory.