Cabinet High School Highlights



May 7: Milford 6, Portsmouth 2

Ryan Britton did his job on the mound while Devyn Pioli (1 for 3, two RBIs), Mason Gaudette (2 for 3, RBI), Chris Smith (2 for 3) and Drew Jepson (1 for 2, RBI, two sacrifice bunts) got it done at the plate in Milford’s 6-2 win over Portsmouth.

Britton earned the win with 62?3 innings of work for the Spartans, allowing two runs on five hits while striking out six and walking eight.

Pioli’s one hit was a clutch two-out, two-run double in the sixth inning opening Milford’s lead from 2-1 to 4-1 over the Clippers.

May 12: Milford 7,
Windham 6 (8 innings)

The Spartans rallied to tie the game in the seventh and scored twice in the eighth before holding off the Jaguars in the bottom of the inning to improve to 7-2 in Division II.

Mason Gaudette pitched all eight innings, allowing six runs on 10 hits while striking out two, and the sophomore also scored the tying run after drawing a two-out walk in the top of the seventh. Jason Blais followed with a triple on the first pitch he saw from Windham’s Kevin Anderson, scoring Gaudette to tie the game at 5.

Bryce Walker walked to lead off the eighth, was sacrificed to second by Seth Hopkins, and scored on a double by Devyn Pioli, who was 3 for 4 with two doubles. After Jesse Roode reached on an error, Drew Jepson (2 for 4) singled to drive in Pioli.

Ryan Britton also had two hits and a RBI for Milford.


May 8: Milford 17,
Manchester West 7

Milford took a 10-goal lead into halftime and never looked back as they cruised to a victory over Manchester West. Ross Briggs and Harrison Urda each scored five goals for the Spartans, while teammate Evan Wandrey netted four. Tyler Duball added three goals and three assists. Weston Pare had 11 ground balls to go along with a pair of assists. Adam Audet saved seven shots in net.

May 10: HB 16, Milford 10

Harrison Urda led all Spartans with seven points in the loss (five goals and two assists). Evan Wandrey and Ross Briggs also had strong games, as Wandrey recorded a hat trick and an assist, while Briggs had two goals and four assists. In net, Adam Audet made 17 saves. With the loss Milford drops to 3-6 while Hollis Brookline improves to 8-0.

May 13: Derryfield 17, Milford 3

Milford knew they were up against a formidable foe in unbeaten Derryfield and their opponent did not disappoint, limiting the Spartans to only three goals.

Senior Ross Briggs scored all three of Milford’s goals. Adam Audet was solid in net, saving 13 shots.


May 7: Portsmouth 5, Milford 3

Freshman Delaney Parker and senior Jenn Dupuis led a group of hungry Spartans not willing to wave the white flag, but their best efforts came up just short in a tough 5-3 loss to the visiting Clippers.

With Milford trailing 2-0 in sixth inning Dupuis swatted a game-tying two-run homer. Parker followed that up with a single, moved to second on a Katherine Paul sacrifice bunt, and scored on Kaitlyn Nelson’s hot shot to shortstop that was thrown away for a 3-2 Spartans lead.

Parker, who was strong in the circle despite the loss, picked up one of her 12 strikeouts to open the top of the seventh inning, but Portsmouth managed a pair of singles to regain momentum. Parker then walked the bases loaded, struck out the Clippers No. 2 batter and then busted their third batter inside. Unfortunately for the Spartans, the batter got just enough of the inside pitch for a bloop single to left field scoring all three baserunners.

Milford had it’s final opportunity to return the favor, but stranded the tying runs on second and third in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Dupuis finished the day 1 for 4 with the two-run homer, while Julia Mazzeo (2 for 4), Jen Carson and Erin Tyrrell also had solid days at the plate.

May 12: Milford 13, Trinity 0

The Spartans snapped a four-game losing streak with a shutout of the Pioneers.

Julia Mazzeo led the offense, going 3 for 4 with a home run and three RBIs, while Katherine Paul also drove in three runs and Beth Brewer was 1 for 2 with two runs scored. Erin Tyrrell got the win, pitching her second shutout of the year by striking out 10 and scattering four hits. She was also 2 for 5 at the plate.


May 7: HB 6, Milford 3

Hollis Brookline utilized singles wins by No. 2 Jeremy Ide (8-1), No. 4 Will Kingsley (8-1), No. 5 Alex Cate (8-2) and No. 6 Matt Spooner (8-0) and doubles wins by No. 2 Tyler Pepin/Cate (8-4) and No. 3 Spooner/Andrew Stam (8-1) to hold off Milford.

The Spartans received wins from Gordon Shenk (8-1) at No. 1 singles, Kyle Leach (8-3) at No. 3 singles and the duo of Shenk and Leach (8-1) at first doubles.

May 9: Trinity 9, Milford 0

Playing well in the loss was the No. 1 doubles pairing of Kyle Leach and Paradon Leelabutra, who lost their matchup 8-5.

May 12: St. Thomas 9, Milford 0

The Spartans dropped to 1-8 despite a good effort from Jared Blanc, who led most of his match but eventually bowed 8-6 at No. 6 singles. The No. 3 doubles team of Mitchell Lepine and Mark Boyd played well but fell 8-4.


May 7: HB 8, Milford 1

Singles winners for Hollis Brookline were No. 2 Nicole Hall (8-6), No. 3 Teresa Randlett (8-1), No. 4 Lizzy Davis (8-0), No. 5 Courtney Koran (8-2) and No. 6 Audra Paradie (8-0). The Cavaliers swept the doubles games courtesy of Lian Tumas and Hall at No. 1 (8-2), the No. 2 team of Randlett and Davis (8-4), and the No. 3 team of Koran and Paradie.

Milford’s lone win came in singles from No. 1 Maria Romaneko (8-2).


May 8: Milford competes
at Portsmouth

The Milford girls and boys track teams competed at the Portsmouth Relays, with the girls finishing third and the boys finishing in fifth.

The girls finished in first place in high jump (Olivia Rougeau, Olivia Mabbett, Amy Arena), pole vault (Emily Wood, Brianna Lippitt, Hanna Hembrow) and shot put (Camryn Johnson, Sidney Osorio, Becca Cleary). The 4×200 team (Arena, Rougeau, Devany Pitsas, Nicole McMorrow) finished in second.

The boys took first in the pole vault (Alex Tamulonis, Jimmy Spalding, Tim Tamulonis) and javelin (Connor Gosselin, Ian Michaud, Dustin Post).

The shuttle hurdles team (Michaud, Spaulding, Evan Perron, Aaron Ladeau) finished in second.

May 10: Girls second
at Kiwanis meet

The Milford girls took second place out of 20 teams at the Kiwanis Freshman and Sophomore Track and Field meet. Top finishers for the Spartans included Nicole McMorrow, who took first in the triple jump (32-31?2) and second in the 100 (12.8). Amy Arena won the 200 (26.7) and was a part of the 4×100 relay team that also placed first (51.1). Other members included Devany Pitsas, Olivia Rougeau, McMorrow. On the field, Rougeau claimed second in the long jump (15-93?4), while Olivia Mabbett took second in the high jump (4-10). Pitsas also placed second in the 300 hurdles (49.5). Sidney Osorio placed second in the shot put (30-0) and Emily Wood finished second in the pole vault (8-6).

Other local standouts included Souhegan’s Madeline Hunt, won the 1,600 in 5:19.5, while teammate Hannah Gillis came in second in the 3,200 (11:56.2). The Souhegan 4×100 relay team took third in a time of 53.8, while the 4×800 relay took second (10:34.4). Saber Mikayla Hickey won the long jump with a jump of 16-61?2. Merrimack’s Kathryn Flynn won the javelin with a throw of 106-5.

For the boys, Souhegan’s Sebastian Eaton took third in the 100 (11.4), Milford’s Jake Ricca was third in both the 400 (54.0) and the discus (104-5). In the 300 hurdles, Souhegan’s Cameron Behn placed third in a time of (44.3) and the 4×100 relay team also placed third (47.6). In the triple jump, Souhegan’s Ali Ewiess placed first (37-21?2) and Merrimack’s Noah Avery was third (34-81?2).

May 13: Boys, girls
win at John Stark

The Milford boys and girls track teams left John Stark with victories, topping the home team and visiting Windham. The girls finished with 105.5 points while the boys put up 69 points.

Nicole McMorrow led the girls with a pair of victories (100, triple jump) while teammates Amy Arena (200), Taylor Fagan (1,600), Miranda Couture (300hurdles), Olivia Rougeau (long jump), Sydney Osorio (shot put), Erin McGuire (discus) and Rebecca Cleary (javelin) also had first-place finishes.

The Spartan boys benefitted from a trio of athletes winning two events each: Alex Tamulonis (200, 400) Aaron Ladeau (long jump, triple jump), Connor Gosselin (discus, javelin).



May 7: Souhegan 10, John Stark 0

Chandler MacKenzie pitched 61?3 innings for the Sabers, allowing only three hits, no earned runs, striking out six and walking one. Offensively, Souhegan got multiple hits from Seth Learned and MacKenzie. On defense, Mike Mancini both played well in the field for Souhegan.

May 9: Souhegan 6, Coe-Brown 1

Ian Towle pitched seven excellent innings, allowing no earned runs on five hits, striking out 10, and walking one.

Souhegan opened the scoring in the first as Thomas Bennett singled, stole second, and then scored on a Seth Learned single. Chandler MacKenzie followed up with an RBI double.

In the third, Learned doubled and scored on another RBI hit from MacKenzie.

The Sabers picked up another three runs in the fourth inning, as singles by Sam Bannon, Bennett, and Stevie Upton led to one run, then was followed by a Learned double for another two RBIs.

May 12: Goffstown 5, Souhegan 2

The Sabers got only four hits and dropped to 3-7 despite the complete game pitching of Seth Learned (one earned run, four strikeouts, one walk) and the defense of Steve Upton in center field (two great catches). Learned, Upton, Ian Towle and August Darula each had a hit. Goffstown improved to 10-1.


May 7: Pinkerton 16, Souhegan 12

Despite strong games from Blake Burnley (four goals, one assist) and Mitch Hale (three goals, one assist), Souhegan lost a tough one to fall to 5-4 overall. Mack Walker also had a strong game in the loss for the Sabers, as he notched three goals. Nick King started in net for the Sabers and made eight saves, while Alex Burnley closed out the game for Souhegan with four saves.

May 9: Souhegan 16,
Manchester Central 4

Joe Nutting had a game- high six points (five goals, one assist) to pace the Sabers’ attack. Mitch Hale and Brendan Cray also had strong games, as Cray had a goal and three assists while Hale had a hat trick and two assists. Chayce Horton and Trevor Barrett each also added two goals. With the victory Souhegan improves their record to 6-4.

May 12: Souhegan 15,
Nashua North 2

The Sabers improved to 7-4 led by Mitch Hale’s six goals and one assist and Mack Walker’s three goals and two assists. Blake Burnley (two goals, one assist), Brendan Cray (one goal, two assists), Zach Bossi and Wils Ezequelle (one goal each), Joe Nutting (two assists) and Mike Hayden (one assist) added tot the scoring. Nick King (five saves) and Alex Burnley (two) shared netminding duties for the Sabers.

Tom Haller and Tyler Dubien scored for North, which fell to 6-4.


May 9: Coe-Brown 11, Souhegan 7

The Sabers (5-4) rallied following a big inning by their opponent, but it proved to be too late as they lost to Coe-Brown.

Hannah Cochrin led the Souhegan offense with three hits and two RBIs. Lauren McCormick had a pair of hits and an RBI while teammates Sam Allen and Jordan Catanuso also knocked in runs.

Hailey Yabroudy started the game for Souhegan and lasted into the fourth inning. She was relieved by Cochrin.

May 12: Souhegan 16, Goffstown 6

Hannah Cochrin tossed six innings of six hit ball, allowing six runs, while striking out five, walking five, but she helped her own cause with a two-run homer. Also leading the way at the plate for the 6-4 Sabers were Avrie Davis (grand slam) and Lauren McCormick (three-run homer). Goffstown’s second loss. Goffstown suffered just its second loss.


May 7: Bishop Brady 7,
Souhegan 2

The lone singles winner for Souhegan was No. 6 Alex Frazier (8-1), while the No. 2 pairing of Nathanial Dziadek and Alex Frazier won their matchup 8-4. With the loss Souhegan drops to 6-2.


May 12: Souhegan 7,Goffstown 2

The Sabers took four of six singles and swept doubles. Singles winners included Maeve Morgan at No. 2 (8-3), Annie Protzmann at No. 3 (8-2), Bailey Farris at No. 4 (8-5) and Valeria Podobniy at No. 6 (8-3). The doubles teams of Morgan-Protzmann (8-5), Lindsay Moss/Farris (8-1), and Natalie Nelson/Gina Mancini (8-3) all won.


May 13: Souhegan
girls win in Portsmouth

The Souhegan girls and boys traveled to Portsmouth to compete against the home team and visiting Trinity. The girls narrowly won their meet with 79.5 points, topping Portsmouth by one. The boys finished in second with 57 points.

The girls were led by junior Esther Johnson, who won the shot put, discus and javelin events. The Sabers also got victories from Mikayla Hickey (100, long jump), Hannah Culver (400), Amy Lambert (800), Hannah Gillis (1,600) and Miclyn Noorda (3,200).

The boys benefitted from victories in both the 4×100 and 4×400 relays. Cameron Behn (400), Garrett Earley (1,600), Mitchell Greany (3,200), Peter Forster (high jump) and Nilan Phommachanh (pole vault) also had first-place finishes for the Sabers.



May 12: WLC 2, Newmarket 1

The Warriors evened their record at 4-4 as Pat Martin checked the Mules on two hits, striking out nine while walking four and also delivering an RBI double. Kyle Pratt scored WLC’s other run on a passed ball while infielder Peter Bickerton made six putouts.


May 7: Stevens 6, WLC 3

Singles winners for WLC were No. 1 Maddy Bacon (8-0) and No. 4 Naomi Wight (9-8). In doubles, the No. 1 team of Bacon and Wight won their matchup 8-4.

May 8: Pelham 5, WLC 4

WLC nearly had their third victory of the season, losing a close one to Pelham. Maddy Bacon, Etta Popek and Naomi Wight each had singles victories for the Warriors.

The duo of Popek and Taylor Webb took their doubles match. Taum Vader Hayden and Madison Crawford nearly pulled off a victory in the clinching doubles match.

May 12: Conant 8, WLC 1

The Warriors had only five players due to family committments and illness, defaulting at No. 6 singles and No. 3 doubles. Maddy Bacon picked up WLC’s only win, 8-4 at No. 1 singles, staying undefeated on the spring at 9-0.