Cabinet High School Highlights



May 16: Milford 8,
Merrimack Valley 2

Ryan Britton picked up the win for the Spartans, as he went five innings, allowing only two runs, and striking out nine. At the plate Britton was 2 for 3 with three runs scored. Drew Jepson also had a solid day at the plate, going 2 for 3 with two runs scored. Jesse Roode pitched two scoreless innings of relief and was 1 for 3 with two runs scored.

May 20: Portsmouth 8, Milford 2

Ryan Britton (3 for 4) and Devyn Pioli (2 for 3, two RBIs) supplied all the offense Milford could muster in an 8-2 loss at Portsmouth. Mason Gaudette suffered the tough loss on the mound, courtesy of a six-run error-filled third inning.


May 19: Milford 13,
Monadnock 3

Freshman Weston Pare not only scored his first goal of the season, he ended up with five as the Spartans (4-7) cruised. Liam Shea added three goals and three assists, while Max Urda had two goals and three assists. Ross Briggs (three goals), Harrison Urda (five assists) and Evan Wandrey (one assist) added to the offense as the Spartans led 6-1 at the half and 10-2 after three periods. Milford goalie Adam Audet had 12 saves.

May 20: Pelham 8,
Milford 4

Harrison Urda scored three goals, but Milford would only add one more as a team in an 8-4 loss to Pelham. Also getting on the scoresheet for the Spartans were Ross Briggs (one goal, one assist), Max Urda (one assist) and Kyle Rogers (one assist).

Nick Skinner and Andrew Schoolcraft were strong on the defensive end of the field in front of goalie Adam Audet, who recorded seven saves in defeat for Milford


May 14: Milford 14,
ConVal 2

Delaney Parker was outstanding for Milford, as she went all six innings, allowing only two hits, striking out 11, and walking three.

At the plate, Erin Tyrrell was 2 for 3 with a grand slam in the fifth inning. Jen Carson was 3 for 4 with three RBIs and two runs scored. Jenn Dupuis and Katherine Paul were both 2 for 3 with RBIs. With the win Milford improves to 5-5.

May 20: Milford 10,
Portsmouth 7

Jen Carson (2 for 4, two doubles, RBI), Jen Dupuis (3 for 4, three RBIs, home run), Rachel Nelson (2 for 4), Erin Tyrrell (2 for 4) and Katherine Paul (2 for 3, two runs) all stood out offensively for Milford in a 10-7 win over Portsmouth.

The Spartans (7-5) scored six in first inning and three in the second including Dupuis’ solo homer, to grab a 9-1 lead over the Clippers. Just in time to watch Portsmouth’s bats come alive.

Delaney Parker got the start and was relieved by Tyrrell in the fourth as the Spartans held off the Clippers for their fourth straight win.


May 14: Windham 8,
Milford 1

Milford’s Alan Brooks battled through a long drawn out singles game, beating his Windham opponent 8-8 (7-5) at fifth singles, but the Jaguars would record an easy 8-1 victory as a team. The Spartans duo of Andrew Fuhs and Mitchell Lepine combined for an hour-long game at No. 3 doubles, eventually falling 11-9.

May 16: Portsmouth 9, Milford 0

Milford already faced an uphill against a tough third-place Portsmouth squad. To pile on top of it, the rain certainly didn’t help. The two teams completed one singles match in Portsmouth before moving to the Tennis Barn in Hampton. The Spartans would go on to drop their eight straight decision. Coach Paul Bois gave credit to his team for persevering through the adversity, stating that the team played well despite not scoring much.

May 19: Goffstown 8,
Milford 1

The Spartans fell to 1-11 but got a good performance at No. 6 singles by Jared Blanc, who won 8-0. The No. 3 doubles team of Alan Brooks and Mitchell Lepine also battled, evening their match at 6-6 before falling, 8-6.


May 14: Milford 6,
Windham 3

Singles winners for the Spartans included: No. 2 Kathryn Shangraw (8-1). No. 3 Isabelle Rivas (8-2), and No. 4 Dana Mikkelsen (8-5). In doubles, the No. 1 duo of Maria Romanenko and Shangraw won their matchup 8-4, the No. 2 duo of Rivas and Mikkelsen won 8-6, and the No. 3 duo of Jenny Somsuk and Carmen Garcia won 8-3.

May 20: Milford 5,
Trinity 4

Milford’s Shannon Kolasinski (8-6), Kathryn Shangraw (8-3), Courtney LeCuyer (8-5) and Jenny Somsuk (9-8) recorded singles wins on the way to a 5-4 win over Trinity in completion of a suspended match from earlier this season.

Kolasinski and LeCuyer (9-8) partnered up for the clinching win at second doubles.

May 20: Portsmouth 8, Milford 1

Maria Romanenko recorded the only win of the day, beating her first singles opponent 8-6, in Milford’s 8-1 loss to Portsmouth.


May 17: Boys, girls
finish first

Four local schools traveled to the Milford Invitational, where the host boys and girls teams came away victorious.

The Milford boys finished with 139 points, followed by Sanborn (86), Oyster River (48), Bishop Guertin (36) and Hollis Brookline (34).

The girls compiled 159.5 points, finishing ahead of Oyster River (71.5), Bishop Guertin (58), Hollis Brookline (55) and Sanborn (11).

Aaron Ladeau led Milford with a pair of wins in the 300-meter hurdles and triple jump. Jimmy Spaulding (800 run), Ian Michaud (110 hurdles), Alex Tamulonis (pole vault) and Connor Gosselin (discus) also had wins for the Spartans.

Nick Lorden (high jump) and Lucas Atwood (shot put) had wins for Bishop Guertin, while Hollis Brookline’s Christian Parenteau (800 run) and Bryce Brown (300 hurdles) finished second.

On the girls side, the Spartans got much of their scoring from second-place finishes.

Winning events for Milford were Miranda Couture (300 hurdles), Emily Wood (pole vault), Camryn Johnson (shot put), Rebecca Cleary (javelin) and Olivia Rogeau (high jump, second in long jump).

Nicole McMorrow (100), Amy Arena (200), Emily Robinson (400), Madison Gagnon (3,200), Devany Pitsas (300 hurdles), Hanna Hembrow (pole vault), Sydney Osorio (shot put) and Erin McGuire (discus, javelin) had second-place finishes for the Spartans.

Rachel Flanagan (400), Emma Newton (3,200) and Samantha Slater (discus) won events for Hollis Brookline. The Cavaliers got second-place finishes from Ellie Caswell (100 hurdles) and Alison Wagner (high jump).



May 14: HB 6, Souhegan 1

Cam LaFleur got the win for the Cavs, as he went five innings, striking out nine, and walking one. Shea Whalen pitched two inning of relief and allowed just one earned run. For the Sabers, on offense, Chandler MacKenzie had the lone RBI, while all six runs came in the second inning for HB.

May 19: Pembroke 7, Souhegan 6

A five-run fifth by the 4-8 Spartans did the Sabers in after Souhegan pitcher Ian Towle had tossed four strong innings. Souhegan had seven hits, led by Chandler Mackenzie (two singles, RBI). Souhegan first baseman Jonathan Robinson played well defensively.


May 14: Souhegan 18,
Manchester Central 7

Mitch Hale had six goals and four assists for a game high 10 points. Mack Walker also had a great game, adding two goals and seven assists. Blake Burnley and Zach Bossi both had four point nights, while Brendan Cray added two goals. Joe Nutting had one goal and two assists. Wils Ezequelle one goal and Chase Horton each had a goal and Trevor Barrett added an assist. In net, Nick King made 13 saves and Alex Burnley made two stops.

May 16: Souhegan 15, Exeter 13

Blake Brunley (three assists), Mack Walker (two assists) and Joe Nutting (assist) each had three goals for Souhegan, which got out to leads of 4-0 and 8-3 in the first half. Exeter (6-6) got within one, 14-13, with 6:13 to play, but the Sabers were able to close out the win.

Nick King made eight saves while Chance Horton had two goals and Mitch Hale had a goal and two assists. Also scoring for Souhegan were Brendan Cray (goal, assist), Trevor Barrett (goal) and Zach Bossi (goal) while Mike Hayden had two assists.


May 14: Souhegan 19, Concord 5

Madison Learned led the Sabers with a game high seven points (five goals and two assists), while Jesse Jay netted a hat trick. Katie Almeida, Kate Bermingham. Emma Estabrook, and Gwen Hale each had two goals a piece. Jocelyn Donohue also had a strong game, with one goal and three assists. In net, Sami Beaudry and Meaghan Allard combined to make four saves.

May 16: Souhegan 16, Exeter 10

Jesse Jay netted six goals to lead the Sabers to a victory over Exeter, the team’s eighth win in a row. Mickenzie Larivee had a big game for Souhegan, scoring five goals while also providing four assists. Madison Learned finished with three goals and two assists while teammate Jocelyn Donohue added a goal and an assist.

Goalie Meaghan Allard had a strong game, saving 12 shots.


May 14: Souhegan 11, HB 7

Val Mukai swatted a go-ahead three-run homer in top of the seventh inning and Lauren McCormick followed with a solo shot of her own as Souhegan pulled out a last-inning comeback win over Hollis Brookline.

Hailey Yarbroudy earned the win in relief, taking the circle in the second inning and allowing two runs on two hits while striking out four.

Ashley Skey suffered the loss for the Cavaliers, allowing 14 hits and nine earned runs while striking out three and walking three more. Offensively, Skey was 2 for 4 with a run scored and an RBI. Olivia Lukovits (2 for 3, run, RBI) and Stephanie Buchanan (1 for 4, run, two RBIs) also had solid days at the plate for HB (5-6).


May 14: Souhegan 9,
Manchester West 0

The Sabers did not allow West a single game, as each match ended in a score of 8-0. Singles winners for the Sabres included: No. 1 Nathanial Dziadek, No. 2 Anthony Zeolie, No. 3 Jason Emmond, No. 4 Parker Desborough, No. 5 Brendan Sileo, and No. 6 Alex Frazier. For doubles, winners included: No. 1 Zeolie and Emmond, No. 2 Dziadek and Frazier, and No. 3 Sileo and Desborough.

May 17: Goffstown 6, Souhegan 3

The Sabers were shut out in their first two singles matches but battled back, putting forth a strong effort in their loss to Goffstown. Parker Desborough and Alex Frazier each earned singles wins for the Sabers. Souhegan’s Jason Emmond and Brendan Sileo lost tough singles battles, each falling 8-6. The duo of Desborough and Sileo combined for Souhegan’s lone doubles win, 8-6.

May 19: Souhegan 8,
Pembroke 1

The Sabers took five of six singles and swept doubles to improve to 8-3. No. 1 Nathanial Dziadek (8-1), No. 2 Anthony Zeolie (8-0), No. 3 Jason Emmond (8-2), No. 5 Brendan Sileo (8-1) and No. 6 Alex Frazier (8-3) all won easily.

Zeolie/Emmond at No. 1 (8-4), Dziadek/Frazier at No. 2 and Sileo/Parker Desborough at No. 3 (8-4) ruled in doubles.


May 14: Souhegan 9,
Manchester West 0

Singles winners for the Sabers included No. 1 Lindsay Moss (8-0), No. 2 Maeve Morgan (8-0), No. 3 Annie Protzmann (8-2), No. 4 Natalie Nelsen (8-4), No. 5 Valeria Podobniy (8-1) and No. 6 Gina Mancini (8-0). Doubles winners included; No. 1 Morgan and Protzmann (8-2), No. 2 Adele Patnaude and Anna Redway (9-7), and No. 3 Morgan Zifchak and Taylor Charbonneau (8-5).

May 16: Hanover 9,
Souhegan 0

Playing well in the loss for the Sabers was No. 3 Annie Protzmann (8-3) and No. 5 Natalie Nelson (8-4).

May 19: Souhegan 6,
Pembroke 3

The Souhegan girls rebounded, taking the final two doubles matches to secure a victory. Lindsay Moss, Annie Protmann, Bailey Farris and Natalie Nelson won singles matches for the Sabers. The doubles pairings of Farris/Gina Mancini and Valeria Podobniy/Adele Patnaude were also victorious.

May 20: Souhegan 7,
ConVal 2

Lindsay Moss (8-5), Maeve Morgan (8-0), Annie Protzmann (8-5), Bailey Farris (8-5) and Valeria Podobniy (8-6) all won their singles games for Souhegan in a 7-2 win over Con-Val.

Moss and Farris (8-0) and Natalie Nelson and Gina Mancini (8-6) won second and third doubles, respectively for the Sabers (8-5).



May 14: WLC 12,
Derryfield 8

Kyle Pratt led the Warriors’ offense, as he was was 1 for 3 with two RBIs and three runs scored. Sean McLure went 2 for 4 with an RBI and two runs scored. McLure also picked up the victory, going three innings and allowing just one run on three hits. Nolan Steevens had a great game at third base, making some great stops to keep WLC ahead.

May 19: WLC 6,
Portsmouth Christian 0

Pat Martin helped the Warriors on the mound and at the plate, tossing a no-hitter and crushing a three-run home run to lead Wilton over Portsmouth Christian. Martin pitched all seven innings, allowing only two baserunners on a walk and an error. He also struck out 10. Christian Seely had a standout game offensively for the Warriors, compiling two hits and an RBI.


May 14: WLC 5,
Kearsage 4

Singles winners for Wilton-Lyndeborough included: No. 1 Maddy Bacon (8-0), No. 5 Jordan Kross (8-3), and No. 6 Madison Crawford (8-2). In doubles, Bacon and Naomi Wight combined to win their match 8-6, while Etta Popek and Kross won their match 8-3 to earn WLC the win.

May 15: Monadnock 8, WLC 1

The lone winner for the Warriors was the No. 1 singles player Maddy Bacon, who won her match 8-0. Her overall record on the season is now 11-0.

May 19: Bow 7, WLC 2

The Warriors ended their season at 3-11, but can boast that No. 1 singles player Maddy Bacon ended the spring undefeated (12-0) after winning 8-5. WLC’s only other win came at No. 3 doubles as the team of Tatum Vanderheyden and Jordan Kross came out on top 8-4.


May 20: WLC 8, Milford 1

Milford’s Kyle Leach recorded an 8-3 win at first singles, but it would be the Spartans only win of the day in an 8-1 team loss to Wilton-Lyndeborough. WLC’s James Edmunds (8-1), Ryan Christino (8-0), Skye Williams (8-3), John Lemire (8-5) and Matt Shinn (8-1) swept the rest of the singles matches. Connor Holt teamed up with Edmunds for an 8-5 Warriors win at first doubles over Leach and Jared Blanc, who also suffered a tough singles loss to Lemire.

WLC’s pairings of Christino/Williams and Lemire/Shinn closed things out with 8-0 and 8-3 wins respectively in the other doubles games.