Cabinet High School Highlights

High School Highlights



May 2: Goffstown 6, Milford 2

Seth Hopkins led Milford on offense, recording a pair of hits and knocking in both of his team’s runs. Sawyer Trask allowed two earned runs over four innings before being relieved by teammate Mason Gaudette.


May 2: Milford 11, Laconia 6

The Spartans jumped to a 6-2 lead at the half and never looked back, as they cruised to their second win of the season. Evan Wandrey and Ross Briggs had hat tricks for Milford, while Harrison Urda had two goals and three assists to lead the team in points. Liam Shea and Max Urda both had a goal and two assists. Adam Audet was solid in net, making 10 saves, while Tyler Duball also had an assist and Kyle Gagnon had three ground balls.

May 5: Con-Val 18, Milford 5

Milford opened the scoring but then went scoreless for the next 15 minutes to fall behind. Harrison Urda led the Spartans, who dropped to 2-4 in Division III, with four goals while Tyler Duball added a single goal. Goalie Adam Audet had six saves while Max Urda and Ross Briggs had five ground ball pickups each.


May 2: Goffstown 8, Milford 3

Delaney Parker allowed no earned runs, but was tabbed with the loss after three innings of five-hit, one-strikeout, one-walk pitching. Offensively, Carly Holtshouser was 2 for 3 and Erin Tyrrell was 1 for 2 with a solo home run in the fifth inning and two walks. With the loss the Spartans drop to 3-4 on the season.


May 3: Boys win Black Bear

Both Milford and Souhegan competed at the 12th Black Bear Invitational, held at Coe-Brown Academy in Northwood.

The Spartans boys finished first, recording 66 points to come in just ahead of Bedford (63.5) and Souhegan (58). Hollis Brookline (2) was 19th.

Milford got a big day from Alex Tamulonis, who won the pole vault and was second in the 200-meter dash, and Jimmy Spalding, who was second in the pole vault and third in the 300 hurdles. Connor Gosselin was also second in the discus and third in the javelin. Aaron Ladeau came in second in the triple jump and Evan Perron was third in the long jump. Milford also finished fourth in the 4×400 relay and fifth in the 4×100.

Ben DeForest led Souhegan by taking first in the 110 hurdles and the high jump, while Eli Moskowitz took first in the 1,600 and Patrick Lynch was fifth in the same event. Brady Camplin took third in the 400 and Trevor Brown finished fourth in the pole vault. The Sabers also placed in the 4×100 (fourth), 4×400 (fifth) and 4×800 (first).

For the girls, Coe-Brown was first with 114 points and Bedford took second with 95. Milford was (44) was sixth and Souhegan (21) took eighth. Hollis Brookline (12) came in 11th.

Milford took first in the 4×100, while Olivia Rougeau placed second in the long jump, fifth in the high jump and sixth in the 100. Camryn Johnson also came in second in the shot put and Nicole McMorrow was fourth in the triple jump and fifth in the 100. Olivia Mabbett (high jump) and Brianna Lippitt (pole vault) each had a fifth place, while the 4×800 team was fourth and the 4×400 was fifth.

Souhegan won the 4×800, while Hannah Culver took third in the 400 and Madeleine Hunt was fourth in the 1,600. Mikayla Hickey finished sixth in the long jump.


May 6: Windham 7, Milford 2

Despite finishing with two singles wins Tuesday against visiting Windham, Milford put together one of its best matches from top to bottom of the spring.

Fifth singles player Niko Giokas won his game 8-4 and Jared Blanc earned a shutout win, 8-0, at sixth singles to highlight the Spartans’ positives. Milford’s top two players, Gordon Shenk and Kyle Leach battled to 8-5 losses in each of their games, then combined for a tough 8-6 loss at first doubles. James Halstead and Andrew Fuhs also suffered a tough loss, falling 9-7 at second doubles.


May 6: Milford 6, Windham 3

Maria Romanenko and Kathryn Shangraw teamed up for an 8-6 win at first doubles to clinch a 6-3 victory for Milford in Tuesday’s match with Windham.

Shannon Kolasinski (8-1), Shangraw (8-3), Isabelle Rivas (8-6) and Jenny Somsuk (8-5) all won their singles matches to give the Spartans a big edge heading into doubles. Kolasinski and Rivas scored the final point with an 8-4 win at second doubles.



May 5: Oyster River 8,
Souhegan 7

The Sabers had a 7-2 lead, but the Bobcats scored five runs in the bottom of the fifth to tie the game and won the game with a walkoff in the seventh. Seth Learned took the loss for Souhegan, as Oyster River scored on an infield error with two outs. Mike Mancini had a two-run home run for the Sabers.


May 2: Souhegan 21, Concord 8

The Sabers’ offense exploded for 21 goals in their best performance of the season as Souhegan cruised to a victory over Concord.

Mack Walker led Souhegan with four goals and three assists, while teammate Zach Bossi added four goals and two assists. Mitch Hale had three goals and two assists while Brendan Cray contributed a goal and three assists.

Alex Burnley led Souhegan with six saves. Nick King and Alex Moresco also saved two shots apiece for the Sabers.


May 3: Souhegan 18,
Nashua South 3

The Sabers were led on offense by Jesse Jay, who had a game high seven points (three goals and four assists). Jocelyn Donohue, Madison Learned, and Olivia Durling all added hat tricks to go along with multiple assists. Mickenzie Larivee also had a strong game with two goals and three assists. In goal, Sammi Beaudry made four saves to earn the win.


May 5: Souhegan 8, Milford 1

The Sabers earned their fifth straight win as they cruised to a victory over Milford.

Nathanial Dziadek, Anthony Zeolie, Jason Emmond, Parker Desborough, Brendan Sileo and Alex Frazier helped Souhegan sweep the singles matches. Emmond faced a formidable foe in Milford’s Kyle Leach, winning 9-7.

The Souhegan duos of Dziadek/Frazier and Sileo/Desborough earned doubles wins. Milford got its lone victory from partners Gordon Shenk and Leach, 9-8 (7-3).


May 2: Souhegan 9, Windham 0

Singles winners for the Sabers included No. 1 Lindsay Moss (8-6), No. 2 Maeve Morgan (8-1), No. 3 Annie Protzmann (8-1), No. 4 Bailey Farris (8-1), No. 5 Natalie Nelson (8-4) and No. 6 Gina Mancini (8-1). In doubles action, Morgan and Protzmann won 8-3, while Moss and Ferris won 8-0. Nelson and Adele Patnaude won their match by a score of 9-7.

May 5: Souhegan 8, Milford 1

The Sabers earned their fourth win of the season. Lindsay Moss, Annie Protzmann, Bailey Farris, Natalie Nelson and Gina Mancini each earned singles victories for Souhegan. Shannon Kolasinski had the lone singles win for Milford.

In the doubles matches, Souhegan earned victories from the pairings of Maeve Morgan/Protzmann, Anna Redway/Moss and Adele Patnaude/Valeria Podobniy.



May 5: WLC 8,
Portsmouth Christian 5

The Warriors used a seven-run first inning to help get by Portsmouth Christian, needing just six hits for the day.

Kim Edmunds led the offensive with a pair of hits, including a home run in the sixth inning, and two RBIs. Ally Schwab came up big in the first inning, knocking in a pair of runs on a double.

Sara Holka earned the win, allowing only three hits over seven innings of work.

Center fielder Jenna Bragdon made a spectacular catch, preventing a home run before crashing into the outfield fence. She also made a nice sliding catch earlier in the contest.


May 2: WLC 7,
Portsmouth Christian 2

The Warriors have put together their first winning streak of the season after easily topping Portsmouth Christian. Earning singles victories for WLC were Ryan Christino, John Lemire, Mark Davidson and Matthew Shinn. The Warriors swept their three doubles matches to ultimately secure the victory.


May 2: Sanborn 5, WLC 4

Singles winners for the Warriors included No. 1 Maddy Bacon (8-1), No. 2 Taylor Webb (8-2) and No. 4 Naomi Wight (8-2). In doubles, the duo of Webb and Etta Popek won their matchup 8-4.

May 5: Prospect Mountain 5, WLC 4

The Warriors got wins from Maddy Bacon at No. 1 (8-2), Taylor Webb at No. 2 (8-6), Etta Popek at No. 3 (8-4), and the No. 2 doubles team of Webb/Popek (9-8, 7-5).

The No,. 3 doubles team of Jordan Kross and Madison Crawford trailed 7-2 before rallying then falling short in a tiebreaker, 9-8 (7-4).