Cabinet High School Highlights
May 21: Milford 6,
Ryan Britton and Mason Gaudette put runs up on the scoreboard and Sawyer Trask did his best to keep them off it, as Milford beat Kingswood 6-2 on Wednesday.
Britton hit a three-run first-inning home run and Gaudette added a solo shot in the fifth inning as the Spartans gained enough separation for Trask to work his 52?3 innings into a win.
Trask also helped his own cause with two hits, while Britton added an RBI double later in the game for Milford.
May 23: HB 3, Milford 2
Milford had the winning run at the plate, but couldn’t complete another comeback against the Cavaliers.
Ryan Britton suffered the loss, allowing three runs and striking out six in five innings of work. Jesse Roode and Bryce Walker were both 2 for 3 with a RBI.
May 23: ConVal 13,
Milford 12 (OT)
Milford let a two-goal lead at halftime slip away, ultimately losing to ConVal in overtime. ConVal rallied for three goals in the final three minutes to take a one-goal lead with less than a minute remaining. Harrison Urda tied the game for Milford with 14 seconds left, but the Spartans couldn’t capitalize in overtime.
Urda led Milford with three goals and two assists. Ross Briggs added two goals and three assists while Weston Pare finished with three scores. Evan Wandrey, Max Urda and Tyler Duball also had goals in the loss. Travis Hughes saved 11 shots in his first varisty start.
May 27: Milford 9,
Ross Briggs scored four goals to help lead the Spartans past the Jaguars, and potentially into the Division III postseason for the first time in nine years. Liam Shea added two goals and a helper for Milford (5-9) while Evan Wandrey added a goal. Max and Harrison Urda combined for three assists and Adam Audet made 10 saves. The game was the final one of the regular season for Milford, who will have to wait for the result of Thursday’s game between Kearsarge and Windham to find out if its in the playoffs.
May 21: Kingswood 3, Milford 0
Carley Holtshouser was 2 for 3 for the Spartans, while Jen Dupuis was 1 for 1 with a pair of walks. Erin Tyrrell pitched well in relief, only allowing 2 hits and no runs. Milford made three costly errors early on in that would end up costing them the game.
May 21: ConVal 7,
The lone singles winner for Milford was No. 6 Jared Blanc (8-6). In doubles, the No. 3 duo of Alan Brooks and Mitchell Lepine won (9-7). In the final game of the Spartans season, No. 1 Kyle Leach lost (8-6) in a close match and No. 2 Paradon Leelabutra also played well in a loss (8-6). Milford’s record for the season is 1-13.
May 21: ConVal 6,
The lone singles winner for Milford was No. 2 Shannon Kolasinski(8-2). Doubles winners included: No. 2 Kolasinski and Courtney LeCuyer (8-6) and No. 3 Isabelle Rivas and Dana Mikkelsen (8-4). With the loss, Milford ends their season at 5-9.
May 20: Milford takes first
The host Spartans finished first in the Southern Cluster Championship meet,recording 169 points to finish ahead of Pelham (125.5), Souhegan (114), ConVal (49.5), Hollis Brookline (46.5), Windham (26.5) and John Stark (21.5).
Leading the way for Milford was Olivia Rougeau, who won the long jumo (17-2, school record), along with the high jump, and finished third in the triple jump and was part of the winning 4×100 relay team with Amy Arena, Devany Pitsas and Nicole McMorrow. Amy Arena also had a big day, winning both the 100- and 200-meter dashes, to go with a fourth place in the long jump. McMorrow won the triple jump and was second in the 100 while Camryn Johnson won the shot put. Becca Cleary was first in the javelin and Olivia Mabbett was second in high jump while Brianna Lippitt was second in the pole vault.
For Souhegan, Amy Lambert was first in the 400 and Esther Johnson first in the discus. Sarah Hurd, Lambert, Min Lu Kelly-Durham and Hannah Culver finished first in the 4×400, while Hurd, Emmy Ehrenstein, Hannah Gillis, and Culver won the 4×800. Anna Farrow took second in the 200, as did Kelly-Durham in the 800 and Gillis in the 3,200. Johnson also finished second in the shot put and Mikayla Hickey was second in the long jump.
May 21: St. Thomas 7, Souhegan 6
Souhegan starting pitcher Bryce Knight threw a three hitter, striking out six, and walking eight. On offense, Thomas Bennet had three hits, Seth Learned had a three run triple, and Knight had two hits. August Darula had two RBIs. Stevie Upton and Jonathan Robinson were both outstanding on defense for the Sabers.
May 22: Souhegan 17, Salem 3
The Sabers came out strong against Salem, cruising to an easy victory. Brendan Cray and Mitch Hale led Souhegan with six goals and two assists apiece. Joe Nutting added three goals and two assists and teammates Alex Kuhnert, Zach Bossi and Will Hart also found the back of the net.
Mike Hayden and Drew Prescott had solid defensive games for Souhegan, helping out their trio of goalies. Nick King, Alex Burnley and Alex Moresco combined for seven saves.
May 27: Souhegan 13, Nashua South 3
Mitch Hale had six goals and an assist to help the Sabers finish the regular season with a win over the Panthers, meaning Souhegan will host a quarterfinal game on June 5.
Brendan Cray added two goals and two assist for Souhegan (11-5) and Blake Burnley had a goal and three helpers while Nick King, Alex Burnley and Alex Maresco combined to make 11 saves.
May 21: Souhegan 16,
Mickenzie Larivee (six goals and three assists) and Madison Learned (five goals and four assists) led the Sabers to their 13th win of the season. Jocelyn Donohue also had a strong offensive game with four goals, while Kate Bermingham scored a goal and Allie Chapman had an assist. Casey Johnson, Juliane Donohue and Emma Fleuette played very well defensively, as did Meaghan Allard (10 saves) and Sami Beaudry (two saves).
May 22: Souhegan 18, Salem 11
Madison Learned scored five goals and dished out two assists to lead Souhegan over Salem. Mickenzie Larivee had three goals and two assists while Jocelyn Donohue finished with two goals and three assists. Teammate Olivia Durling chipped in a pair of goals. Sami Beaudry and Meaghan Allard split time in net, combining for 10 saves.
May 21: Souhegan 7, St. Thomas 1
On offense, the Sabers were led by Abrie Davis who had two hits including a home run. Val Mukai also had a strong game at the plate, with three hits. In the circle, Hannah Cochrin threw a complete game to earn the Sabers their ninth win of the year.
May 22: Portsmouth 7, Souhegan 2
The lone singles winner for Souhegan was No. 6 Alex Frazier, who won his match 8-4. In doubles, the No. 3 duo of Brendan Sileo and Parker Desborough won their matchup 8-5. With the loss Souhegan drops to 8-5.
Division II quarterfinals: May 27: No. 1 Derryfield 9,
No. 8 Souhegan 0
The Sabers saw their season come to an end in a loss to the top-seeded Cougars in the Division II quarterfinals. Brenda Sileo (No. 5) and Alex Frazier (No. 6) both lost their singles matches 8-5, to Derryfield’s Brook Higley and Ethan Chen, respectively. Nathanial Dziadek fell in the No. 1 match to Johnny Cissel, 8-4. In the doubles, Sileo and Parker Desborough fell to Higley and Chen, 8-5, at No. 3. Souhegan finishes its season with a record of 8-7.
May 22: Souhegan 5,
The Sabers finished the regular season on a high note, topping Division II rival Portsmouth. Lindsay Moss, Maeve Morgan and Annie Protzmann each earned singles victories for Souhegan. The Sabers also got victories from the doubles pairings of Morgan/Protzmann and Moss/Bailey Farris.
May 20: Souhegan boys edge Milford
The Sabers recorded 159.5 points to finish ahead of Milford (153) at the Southern Cluster Championship meet. Pelham (85) came in third, while ConVal (52), Windham (46), John Stark (33.5) and Hollis Brookline (20) also recorded points.
Ben DeForest won three events, finishing first in the 110 and 300 hurdles, along with the high jump. The 4×400 and 4×800 relay teams also finished first, as did Eli Moskowitz in both the 800 and the 1,600.Patrick Lynch took first in the 3,200 while Brady Camplin came in second in the 400 and Ryan Lynch was second in the 800.
For Milford, Connor Gosselin won both the javelin and the discus, while Alex Tamulonis finished first in the pole vault and came in second in the 200. Aaron Ladeau won the triple jump while David Addington (3,200), Jimmy Spalding (pole vault, 300 hurdles) and Ian Michaud (javelin) all took second in their respective events. The 4×100 relay team of Eric Baerenrodt, Tamulonis, Evan Perron and Willie Miles took second, as did the 4×800 team of Spalding, Addington, Jake Ricca and Jacob Drescher.
May 23: Souhegan
takes on John Stark
The Souhegan boys and girls track teams hosted John Stark, with the boys coming out victorious. The boys edged out their opponent 63-60. The girls lost, 68-65.
Nilan Phommachanh led the Sabers with victories in the 110 hurdles and pole vault. Sebastian Eaton (400 dash), Thomas Lipkin (800 run), Mitchell Greany (1600 run), Alexander Glavin (high jump) and Nick Tabor (discus). Aaron Stonebraker had second-place finishes in the triple-jump, shotput and discus.
On the girls side, Hannah Howe (100 dash, pole vault) and Esther Johnson (shotput, discus) each had two wins for Souhegan. Julia Apiki (800 run), Olivia Richer (high jump) and Miclyn Noorda (triple jump) also won their respective events.
May 22: WLC 9, Hinsdale 6
The Warriors got some timely hitting and pitching as they squeezed by Hinsdale. Sean McClure earned the win for WLC, allowing six runs over seven innings of work. He allowed nine hits and three walks while striking out four. At the plate, he finished with two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored. Brendon Hussey also had a standout game offensively, collecting two hits, an RBI and a run scored.