Cabinet High School Highlights
Sept. 6: Coach Korcoulis Invitational
GIRLS SCORES: Concord 27, Windham 72, Hollis Brookline 107, St. Thomas Aquinas 127, Goffstown 143, Oyster River 154, Con-Val 191, Pelham 193, Milford 202, Campbell 249. TOP 5, LOCALS IN TOP 40: 1. Cassie Shea, Concord, 20:52.40; 2. Sarah Cramton, HB, 21:14.97; 3. Erin Waters, Concord, 21:29.74; 4. Melissa Hiatt, St. Thomas, 21:36.71; 5. Kristen Tilley, Windham, 22:08.26; 21. Emily Babcock, HB, 24:14.82; 23. Emilie Newsham, HB, 24:27.08; 28. Pauline Zimmermann, HB, 24:58.96; 30. Aimee Krafft, Milford, 25:13.80; 31. Caitlyn Callinan, Campbell, 25:15.04; 33. Megan Cramton, HB, 25:18.19; 38. Elizabeth Corsetti,, HB, 25:55.33; 40. Lindsay Wright, Milford, 26:07.72.
BOYS SCORES: Concord 46, Oyster River 59, Goffstown 73, Windham 107, Hollis Brookline 143, Pelham 164, Con-Val 180, Milford 220, Campbell 228, Sanborn Regional 282, St. Thomas Aquinas 289. TOP 5, LOCALS IN TOP 40: 1. Patrick O’Brien, Oyster River, 17:41.65; 2. Cody Murphy, Goffstown, 17:55.78; 3. Saveliev Alexander, Concord, 18:04.90; 4. Smith Pepper, Concord, 18:05.36; 5. Jackson Brannen, Goffstown, 18:15.00; 12. Sean Munnelly, Campbell, 19:05.92; 16. Cameron Jackson, HB, 19:15.24; 24. Tim Tamulonis, Milford, 19:48.44; 25. Adam McQuilkin, HB, 19:55.80; 29. Joel DeLong, HB, 20:22.36; 36. Ryan St. Hilaire, HB, 20:56.11; 37. Oliver Fetter, HB, 20:56.38; 39. Jake Ricca, Milford, 21:03.41; 40. Patrick Bloniasz, HB, 21:07.49.
Sept. 9: Milford girls
Aimee Krafft led the way for the Spartans in their only home meet this season as they finished second at 49, edging Trinity (50) but behind winner John Stark (30). Spartan Miranda Couture was ninth at 23:34, followed by Shannon Hull (10th, 24:07), Kaela Greska (11th, 24:24), Stephanie Bishop (12th 24:32), Grace Vogel (13th, 24:33) and Lindsay Wright (15th, 24:59).
Sept. 9: Spartans
Milford (24 points), led by overall winner Tim Tamulonis (18:33), topped Trinity (46) and John Stark (59). Spartan Jake Ricca was second at 19:06, followed by Blake Audibert (fourth,20:15), Jeremy Jackson (seventh, 20:24), Joseph DeGraffenreid (10th, 20:28), Jacob Sickler (14th, 20:42), and Andy Lecuyer (20th, 22:54).
Sept. 5: Milford 5,
Cora Rogers led the Spartans with a two goal performance, while Erin Tyrell, Julia Mazzeo, and Nicole McMorrow each added goals of their own. Kelsey Poulter and Kaitlyn Nelson both also played well in the win. Milford moves to 2-0 with the victory.
Sept.9: Milford 1,
Portsmouth 1 (OT)
Lauren Dishong got the game-tying goal for the 2-0-1 Spartans in the first half, assisted by Maddie Gagnon. Milford goalie Kaitlyn Nelson collected four saves, while teammate Erin Tyrrell stopped two Clipper breakaways in overtime.
Sept. 4: Spartans split
Led by Mitch Lepine and Evan Ryan at 42, the Spartans (223) were second to Goffstown (218), ahead of Trinity (230) at Amherst CC. Nick Cauley and Hunter Hoffman came in at 46, while Weston Pare shot a 47.
Sept. 5: HB 5, Milford 0
Hollis Brookline’s Evan Porter scored twice and assisted on another to pace a non-stop attack in the Cavaliers’ 5-0 win over visiting Milford.
Cole Owens (one goal, one assist), Hugh Devlin (one goal), Jonathan Brackett (one goal), Nathan Rogers (two assists) and Alex Reynolds (one assist) chipped in offensively for HB (2-1). Michael Pattelena and Nick Wood split time in net for the clean sheet, combining for five saves in the win over the Spartans (0-2). Chris Revere stopped five shots in net, while Major Wheelock, Qyn Young and Drew Jepson all played well in defeat.
Sept. 2: Milford 4,
The Spartans used four different scorers to rally for the win. Geena Ciardelli and Alex Matsis anchored the back line. Those playing well offensively for the Spartans were Adelle Pitsas, Erin Mcguire and Morgan Grill.
Sept. 5: Milford 2,
Casey Phelps had 13 saves as Milford improved their record to 2-1. Adelle Pitsas and Anna Norford scored on goals both assisted by Erin Mcguire. Geena Ciardelli, Alyza Sayward, and Becca Cleary played extremely well on defense.
Sept. 8: Milford 3,
The Spartans captured their season opener with wins of 25-7, 25-11 and 25-9. Jess Leach led the way with 16 service points while Olivia Rougeau added 12 kills and Abby Blanchet eight assists, Amanda Alcox also played well for the winners while Souhegan fell to 1-1.
Sept. 5: Souhegan 6, HB 1
Katie Almeida’s hat trick and single goals from Erica Cheries, Abby Cranney and Brigid Casey led Souhegan to a 6-1 win over Hollis Brookline.
Kaylyn Forest assisted on two goals and Kate Heaney recorded five saves in net for the Sabers (1-1).
HB was led by senior goalie Ashley Skey, who recorded 25 saves and held Souhegan scoreless for more than 22 minutes. Steph Buchanan connected with the lone Cavaliers goal in the final minutes.
Sept. 2: Souhegan splits
The Sabers (199) finished second in a tri-match, losing out to Windham (189) but topping Portsmouth (218). Ryan Stankiewiez was second with 35, while Alek Medic was third overall at 37 for the 2-1 Sabers. August Darula was in a four-way tie for fourth at 38.
Sept. 4: Souhegan 207,
The Sabers captured a tri-match at Overlook Golf Club, led by medalist Alek Medic’s 37, and a 39 from Ryan Stankiewiez. Ibaad Nazeer added a 42 and Jack Kane a 44 to the winning cause. HB’s Chris Cadman’s shot a 40, Jack Shields (43), Pat MacDonald (45) and Josh Farmer (47). Merrimack Valley (251) was a distant third.
Sept. 2: Souhegan 2, St. Thomas 0
The Sabers got second-half goals from Ali Ewiss and Matt Hopfenspirger in a season-opening win. Assists went to Josh Massa and Jasper Jones, while Souhegan goalie Teigue Young had four saves. Saber defenders Reed Larson, Pat Noble, Tim Driscoll and Nick Scavetta also limited the Saints’ chances.
Sept. 5: Goffstown 2, Souhegan 1
Souhegan got an own goal with only ten minutes remaining to take a 1-0 lead, but it would not be enough as Goffstown rallied to score two goals in the final two minutes to earn the win. In goal for Souhegan, Teigue Young made four saves.
Sept. 8: Souhegan 3,
Devan Casey scored two goals while Ali Eweiss had a goal and an assist to help the Sabers improve to 2-1 at their rivals’ expense. Josh Anson added an assist and Teigue Young collected two saves in the Sabers goal. Reed Larson anchored the Souhegan defense.
Milford goalie Chris Pervere had five saves while playing well for the 0-3 Spartans were back Major Wheelock and midfielders Drew Jepson, Qyn Young and Liam Shea.
Sept. 2: Souhegan 1,
St. Thomas 0
The Sabers raised their record to 2-0 on the young season as Hannah Chick tallied in the 76th minute. Emma Estabrook had the assist.
Sept. 5: Souhegan 3,
Fall Mountain 0
Oksana Clay had four aces and 18 assists, while Hannah Cochran had six kills. Sam Allen added two aces and five kills and Sarah Kennedy totaled nine digs. Souhegan improves to 1-0 with the win.
Sept. 3: Sunapee 2, WLC 0
Cori Balam recorded 15 saves for Wilton-Lyndeborough, but Sunapee was able to sneak two in for a 2-0 victory in Wilton.
The Warriors controlled the first half, getting off eight quality shots that couldn’t find the net. Sunapee started the second half strong, scoring four minutes in and then adding the final goal in the last minute.
Sept. 5: WLC 4,
Jenna Bragdon and Lorrie Blais both had strong games for the Warriors, as they each scored a goal and an assist. Ally Schwab and Chelsea Barnes added goals, while Olivia McGettigan and Naomi Wight added assists. In net, Cori Balam had seven saves.