Cabinet High School Highlights
June 7: No. 3 Plymouth 5, No. 6 Milford 3
The Spartan bats were silenced by strong Plymouth pitching, as Milford was limited to just two hits. Despite this, the Spartans still managed to produce three runs and hang around in the game. Seth Hopkins had one of the hits, a solo home run. The other two Milford runs were produced by walks. On the hill, Mason Gaudette took the loss, allowing four runs in three innings.
Coach Steve Claire is already looking toward next season.
“Very proud of the way we worked this season,” he said. “Looking forward to getting back out there next spring.”
June 4: No. 9 Milford 2, No. 8 Kennett 1
Delaney Parker was outstanding for the Spartans, as she went all seven innings, scattering three hits, striking out nine, and allowing just one run in the Division II preliminary round. At the plate, Parker was 1 for 2 with a walk. Milford picked up both of their runs in the fourth inning, with the winning run scored by Erin Tyrrell.
June 7: No. 1 Coe-Brown 9, No. 9 Milford 7
The Spartans came up just short of an upset, as the team rallied to put across six runs in the seventh inning before falling to top seed Coe-Brown. Carley Holtshouser was 2 for 4 and Jen Carson was 1 for 4 with a triple and two RBIs. Jen Dupuis was 1 for 4 with a grand slam in the seventh inning. Erin Tyrrell was 2 for 4 with a double.
Delaney Parker started for Milford and pitched the first three and a third innings, while Tyrell came in as relief and ended the game.
Coach Jim Rines stressed fundamentals all year, and he believes they cost Milford at the end.
“We started out the year by saying that we needed to catch and throw the ball,” he said, “and at the end, we did not catch and throw the ball.”
June 7: Spartans
run at MOCs
Milford had a handful of athletes competing at the Meet of Champions, held at Londonderry High School. No teams scores were kept and the top six in each event advanced to the New England meet on Saturday.
Alex Tamulonis led the boys by winning the pole vauly, clearing 14-feet, 9-inches, while Connor Gosselin came in second in the javelin (164-4) and Aaron Ladeau took fourth in the triple jump (41-8). Ian Michaud came in seventh in the 110 hurdles.
Tamulonis, Eric Baerenrodt, Evan Perron and Willie Miles teamed up to finish 14th in the 4×100 relay, while Tamulonis, Jack Nicholas, Jimmy Spalding and Jake Ricca came in seventh in the 4×400. Spalding was also seventh in the pole vault.
The girls were led by Olivia Rougeau, who took third in the high jump (5-2) and was fifth in the long jump (16-3 3/4), and Nicole McMorrow, who was third in the triple jump (36-11 3/4) and finished eighth in the 100. Amy Arena also came in fifth in the 100 (12.87) and was 13th in the 200. Arena, McMorrow, Rougeau and Devany Pitsas took sixth in the 4×100 (50.34).
Aimee Krafft, Taylor Fagan, Alex Matsis and Brittany Gentilhomme finished sixth in the 4×800 (10:06.44) while Olivia Mabbett finished eighth in the high jump and Brianna Lippitt and Emily Wood placed seventh and eighth, respectively, in the pole vault.
June 4: No. 1 Souhegan 20, No. 8 Manchester
The top-seeded Sabers got scoring from nine different players as they easily topped Manchester Memorial in the Division I quarterfinals.
Madison Learned had a big game for Souhegan, scoring five goals to go along with her four assists. Mickenzie Larivee netted four goals and teammate Jesse Jay added three goals and six assists. Souhegan’s Jocelyn Donohue and Allie Chapman each scored twice while Olivia Durling, Katie Almeida, Gwen Hale and Emma Estabrook each had one goal.
June 7: No. 1 Souhegan 17, No. 4 Exeter 3
The Sabers rolled into the Division I final with a strong performance over the Blue Hawks in the semifinals. Madison Learned led the way with five goals and four assist, while Mickenzie Larivee and Jocelyn Donohue each had four goals. Meaghan Allard made 13 saves for Souhegan, as the Sabers held Exeter without a goal for the final 29 minutes of the game.
June 7: Sabers
run at MOCs
Souhegan had a handful of athletes competing at the Meet of Champions, held at Londonderry High School. No teams scores were kept and the top six in each event advanced to the New England meet on Saturday.
Ben DeForest led the way by winning the boys 110-meter hurdles (14.49). Eli Moskowitz also placed in the top six, taking fourth in the 3,200 (9:42.55), and Ben Massa, Brady Camplin, Cameron Behn and Ben Platt came in third in the 4×400 (3:29.19).
Trevor Brown came in eighth in the pole vault, as did Camplin in the 400 and Platt in the 800. Behn also took 12th in the 300 hurdles and Ryan Lynch was 13th in the 800. The Sabers 4×800 relay team of Behn, Patrick Lynch, Ryan Lynch and Stefan DeShazo came in seventh.
For the girls, Madeleine Hunt took fifth in the 1,600 (5:15.69), while Hannah Culver finished eighth in the 400 and Mikayla Hickey was eighth in the long jump. Hannah Gillis came in 11th in the 3,200 and Min Lu Kelly-Durham was 13th in the 800.
June 5: No. 10 Profile 6, No. 7 WLC 4
The Warriors appeared ready for a playoff run following their convincing 14-1 victory over Epping to end the regular season. Profile School had a different idea, as they upset Wilton-Lyndeborough in the first round of the Division IV playoffs. The game was originally moved from Wilton to Lin-Wood High School in Lincoln, more than 100 miles away. The Warriors lucked out on that end, as the game was ultimately played in Wilton due to inclement weather up North.