Cabinet High School Highlights



April 17: Milford 3,
Oyster River 2

Sophomore Mason Gaudette was dominant on the mound as he lead Milford to their first victory of the season. Gaudette pitched all seven innings, allowing only one earned run on three hits while striking out five. Ryan Britton had a pair of doubles in the victory while teammate Jesse Roode had a pair of hits and an RBI.

April 18: Milford 2,
Windham 1

Down 1-0 in the bottom of the seventh inning, the Spartans rallied back to earn the walk-off win, thanks in large part to a series of doubles from Sawyer Trask, Seth Hopkins, and Mason Gaudette. Trask pitched the five scoreless innings for Milford, while Ryan Britton came in as relief in the final two in order to pick up the victory. The Spartans move to 2-1 with the win.


April 18: Milford 18,
Kingswood 10

Milford took a big first-half lead and never looked back, easily topping Kingswood. The Spartans had a 13-3 lead heading into the half and a 17-5 after three. Ross Briggs and Liam Shea each scored four goals for Milford, while teammate Evan Wandrey netted three. Harrison Urda had two goals and four assists as teammate Max Urda chipped in two goals and three assists.

Andrew Schoolcraft and Nick Skinner played solid defense in front of goalie Adam Audet, who had eight saves.

April 21: Monadnock 9, Milford 4

Playing well in the loss for Milford were Evan Wandrey with two goals, Harrison Urda with one goal and one assist, and Gabe Chevalier with a goal. Adam Audet made seven stops in net.


April 17: Milford 7,
Oyster River 4

Milford got some key production from the heart of their order as they defeated Oyster River. The win was Milford’s second of the season. Freshman Delaney Parker led the way on the mound and at the plate for Milford. Parker scattered seven hits and walked three while also striking out nine. At the plate, she had three hits, scored two runs and knocked in a pair. Marissa Allen had a pair of doubles, one of which knocked in two runs. Julia Mazzeo and Jen Dupuis combined for four hits in the victory.

April 18: Windham 9, Milford 7

Milford could not overcome an early deficit, and it wasn’t made any easier by five errors as the Spartans fell to Windham. Erin Tyrrell led Milford offensively, going 3-3 with four runs scored. Jen Dupuis had three hits, two runs scored and two runs batted in while Jen Carson added two hits and an RBI.

Kaitlyn Nelson had a standout game in relief, only allowing a single earned run after taking the mound in the third. She also had a hit for the Spartans, who fall to 2-1 on the season.


April 16: Milford 9,
Manchester West 0

Earning singles wins for the Spartans were: No. 1 Gordon Shenk 8-0, No. 2 Kyle Leach 8-0, No. 3 Andrew Fuhs 8-2, No. 4 James Halstead 8-2, No. 5 Nico Giokas 8-1, No. 6 Jared Blanc 8-2. Those earning doubles wins for Milford were: No. 1 Halstead and Leach 8-0, No. 2 Fuhs and Giokas 8-1, and No. 3 Mitchell Lepine and Alan Brooks 8-2.

April 18: Oyster River 9, Milford 0

Milford was forced to utilize their depth in a loss against Oyster River and the results were very positive. Milford fell 1-3, but it was the performances from some unlikely players that made the game notable. Jared Blank, usually the team’s number-seven player, was pushed up to number-four, where he lost a close 8-4 set. Mitchell Lepine, the usual No. 9, lost 8-3 playing as the team’s No. 6 seed.


April 16: Milford 6,
Manchester West 3

Earning singles wins for Milford were: No. 1 Maria Romanenko 8-2, No. 2 Shannon Kolasinski 8-4, No. 3 Kathryn Shangraw 8-5, and No. 4 Courtney LeCuyer 8-6. In doubles, No. 1 duo of Romanenko and Shangraw won 8-0, while the No. 3 duo of Dana Mikkelsen and Isabelle Rivas won by a score of 8-4.

April 17: Pembroke 7, Milford 2

Milford couldn’t capitalize on their season-opening victory over Manchester West, falling to Pembroke. Maria Romanenko and Shannon Kolasinski each had singles victories for Milford, but the Spartans couldn’t put anything together after that. The doubles combinations of Romaneko/Kathryn Shangraw and Kolasinksi/Courtney LeCuyer both had 9-8 losses.

April 18: Oyster River 6, Milford 3

Milford got production from some of their top players, but Oyster River took advantage of the rest of the roster as the Spartans fell. Milford’s number-one player, Maria Romanenko, had an 8-6 victory. That was followed by number-two Shannon Kolasinski’s 8-4 win. Later, Milford got a victory from the doubles duo of Romanenko and Kathryn Shangraw, 8-4.



April 18: Goffstown 8, Souhegan 2

The Souhegan Sabers dropped their second game of the season, to bring their overall record to 0-2. Chandler MacKenzie was the Sabers starting pitcher and kept the Souhegan nine in the game. The Saber offense was led by Thomas Bennett who had a pair of hits and a stolen base. In total, Souhegan had seven hits.


April 17: Souhegan 16, Salem 3

Following a 15-6 opening day victory, Souhegan somehow responded with an improve performance. Mack Walker scored a goal and dished out seven assists as the Sabers topped Salem. Mitch Hale netted four goals while teammate Brendan Cray chipped in three. Trevor Barrett and Joe Nutting each added a pair of goals.

April 19: Londonderry 10, Souhegan 6

The Sabers were handed their first loss of the season, despite strong offensive games from Joe Nutting (two goals and two assists) and Brendan Cray (one goal and two assists). Also playing well in the loss was Mitch Hale with two goals, Mack Walker with two assists, Chayce Horton with one assists, and Blake Burnley with one goal. In net, Nick King made 15 stops.

April 21: Exeter 13,
Souhegan 11

Despite a strong team effort, the Sabers lost their second game of the season, dropping their record to 2-2. Souhegan was led on offense by Mack Walker, who scored three goals and added three assists. Mitch Hale scored four goals, while Joe Nutting had four points (two goals and two assists). Chayce Horton also added one goal and one assist. The Sabers used two goalies in net as Nick King and Alex Burnley each made six stops.


April 17: Windham 15, Souhegan 14

The Sabers had a chance to tie the game in the closing seconds, but a shot by Jocelyn Donohue was wide of the goal, and Donohue was knocked down on the play as time expired. Madison Learned led Souhegan (1-1) with six goals and four assists, while Mickenzie Larivee added five goals to lead a second-half comeback. The Sabers trailed 8-3 late in the first, but went on a 6-1 run to tie the game. Souhegan went ahead 12-10 before the Jaguars (1-0) came back. Donohue also had two goals and two assists for the Sabers while Kate Bermingham had a goal and Jesse Jay had an assist.

Windham got five goals and three assists from Melissa Cino while Courtney Sweeney had four goals and two assists.

April 21: Souhegan 12, Exeter 11

The Saber defense played very well pressuring the ball when necessary. Hailey Johnson, Emma Fleuette and Taylor Behn were instrumental in causing important turnovers. On the offensive side, Mickenzie Larivee led all Sabers with five points (one goal and four assists) and scored the game winning goal. Kate Bermingham (two goals and one assist) also had a very good game running the field from end to end. Souhegan used two goalies in the game, Sami Beaidry made four saves, while Meaghan Allard made an additional eight.


April 21: Souhegan 7, Portsmouth 6

Hannah Cochran picked up the victory for Souhegan, allowing three runs on five hits, and striking out two over four innings. At the plate, Cochran was 2 for 4 with a run scored. Hailey Yabroudy closed out the game, striking out five, including the last two batters of the game with two runners in scoring position. She allowed three hits and walked two. Val Mukia also had a big day at the plate, as she hit a three-run double.


April 18: Derryfield 8, Souhegan 1

Souhegan picked up their lone win in doubles, as the No. 3 duo of Brendan Sileo and Parker Desborough won 8-6. This brings the Sabers overall record to 1-1 on the year.


April 18: Coe-Brown 5, Souhegan 4

Singles winners for Souhegan were: No. 1 Lindsay Moss (8-4), No. 2 Maeve Morgan (8-6), and No. 3 Annie Protzmann (8-4). In doubles; the duo of Morgan and Protzmann won their match 8-1.



April 18: Pelham 7, WLC 2

Wilton-Lyndeborough overcame the absence of their top player to put up a fight against Pelham, but they couldn’t get over the hump. Chelsea Barnes, bumped up to No. 2, took the tiebreaker to win her match 9-8. The doubles pairing of Barnes and Naomi Wight also contributed a 9-7 victory. The No. 3 pairing of Tatum Vander-Heyden and Jordan Cross lost a close one, 9-8. The other doubles pairing, Etta Popek and Taylor Webb, also had a solid outing.