Cabinet High School Highlights



Sept. 12: Milford 3,
Plymouth 2 (OT)

Nicole McMorrow buried the game winner for the Spartans in OT, as Milford brings their overall record to 3-0. Cora Rogers had the other two goals for Milford, while McMorrow assisted on one. In goal Kaitlyn Nelson made two saves to earn the win.

The entire team played an outstanding game, with Meghan Marshall and Rachael Nelson playing especially well.

Sept. 16: Milford 4,
Con-Val 1

Cora Rogers had three goals while Nicole McMarrow added a goal and an assist as the Spartans improved to 4-0-1. Meghan marshall added an assist while Kaitlyn Nelson made four saves in goal.


Sept. 11: Milford third
in quad match

Evan Ryan shot a two-under 33 at Goffstown’s Stonebridge Country Club as the Spartans (222) topped Merrimack Valley (260) but finished behind Goffstown (212) and Portsmouth (213). Also for 2-5 Milford, Nick Cauley came in at 44, followed by Hunter Hoffman (47), Shane Winnett (48) and Weston Pare (50).

Sept. 16: Spartans
tied for second

Milford’s Evan Ryan continued his hot play with a medalist score of 37 at Amherst Country Club, but the Spartans (221) finished tied with Bishop Brady as Windham topped both at 196.

Also for the Spartans, Weston Pare fired a 40 while Nick Cauley came in at 47, Hunter Hoffman at 48 and Shane Winnett at 49.


Sept. 12: Windham 2,
Milford 1

The Spartans played well enough to earn their first victory of the season, but they came away empty-handed as they lost to Windham.

Russell Lippitt found the back of the net for Milford (0-4), assisted by Liam Shea. Qyn Young was a standout at midfield while teammates Major Wheelock and Gabe Chevalier played solid defense in front of goalie Chris Pervere, who saved seven shots.


Sept. 12: Milford 3,
John Stark 0

The Spartans made quick work of John Stark, winning their games 25-13, 25-6, and 25-8. Abby Blanchet led the team with 16 assists, five digs, and three aces. Amanda Alcox had 15 digs, while Jess Scott added eight digs and three kills.

Olivia Rougeau had a strong performance with 10 kills and 10 digs; Cecilia Arnoldy had five kills. Milford improves to 3-0 with the win.

Sept. 15: Milford 3,
Pelham 0

The Spartans improved to 4-0 with set wins of 25-7, 25-8 and 25-20. Abby Blanchete had 11 assists, one block, and three service aces. Amanda Alcox had four aces, as did Zoe Menendez. Cecilia Arnoldy (four kills, one block), Olivia Rougeau (eight kills, one block) and Jess Scott (two kills, two digs, one ace) also played well for Milford.



Sept. 13: Sabers
run at Bobcat

The Souhegan cross country teams competed at the Bobcat Invitational, with the girls finishing second and the boys coming in 10th. Madeleine Hunt placed fourth overall with a time of 19:29 in the field of 131 finishers. She was followed across the line by teammates Hannah Gillis (12th, 19:58), Hannah Culver (18th, 20:47), Shannon Earley (20th, 20:50), Elise Lambert (30th, 21:24) and Kate Bermingham (38th, 22:04). Freshman Alissa Reitter also ran well for Souhegan.

For the boys, Ben Platt led the wasy, finishing in 17:29, good for 17th. Garrett Earley (37th, 18:25) and Cameron Behn (50th, 18:53) also had strong races for Souhegan. Gabe Cruz (77th, 19:28) and Matt Saunders (88th, 19:42) rounded out the scoring for the Sabers.


Sept. 12: Souhegan 3, Kingswood 1

Gwen Hale led the Saber offense with a two goal performance, while Katie Almeida added another goal. Kate Heaney made three stops in net and Madison Angulas was outstanding at midfield for Souhegan. The Sabers go to 3-1 with the victory.

Sept. 16: Souhegan 5,
Hollis Brookline 0

The Sabers moved to 4-1 as Lauren McCormick had a pair of goals while Katie Casey and Kaylyn Forest each had a goal and an assist. Katie Almeida added a goal while Madison Angulas had two assists. Natalie Nelson played well defensively in front of goalie Clair Foley.


Sept. 9: Souhegan
wins tri-match

The Sabers (197) topped host John Stark (209) and Trinity (211) at Angus Lea Golf Course in Hillsborough to improve to 6-1 on the season. Ryan Stankiewicz and Jorick Ehrenstein tied for third at 38, while Saber David Wieczerzak was fifth with a 39.


Sept. 12: Souhegan 4, ConVal 0

Erik Richardson (from Luke Berry) scored nine minutes into the first half to give Souhegan an early lead. The game would remain scoreless up until the 64 minute mark, when the Sabers would strike again as Luke Berry scored on a penalty kick.

At the 72 and 77 minute mark Souhegan got goals from Ali Eweiss (assisted by Reed Larson) and Mason Young (assisted by Devan Casey) to completely put the game away. Teigue Young was perfect in net, stopping all five shots he saw.


Sept. 10: Oyster River 2, Souhegan 0

Oyster River scored an early goal off a corner kick and benefited from a Souhegan own goal to pick up a 2-0 win.

The Sabers dominated the second half, outshooting the Bobcats 14-1, but hit the crossbar three times.


Sept. 15: Windham 3, Souhegan 0

The Sabers stayed close in the first game, but fell to the Jaguars, 25-21, 25-12 and 25-8.

Sarah Kennedy played well for Souhegan (1-2 in Division II), with two aces and six digs, while Oksana Clay had two aces, two kills and six assists.



Sept. 12: Derryfield 3,

The Warriors dropped their second game in a row as they fell at home to Derryfield. The Cougars scored early in the fourth minute, and then netted goals at the 26th and 57th minute. Despite being shutout, coach Bill Draper clarified that the team “played better than the score showed.” Cori Balam had a solid game in net for Wilton-Lyndeborough (2-3), stopping six shots.

Kelsey Randlett had a standout game at center-mid while teammate Krystin Green played well on defense.


Sept. 12: Campbell 3,

The Warriors lost their second straight as they lost in three sets to Campbell. Game scores were 25-13, 25-19 and 25-13. Sophie Scafidi led the Cougars with 19 assists. Val Boucher had 17 service points, 16 digs, five aces and four kills while Meredith Marr added 10 service points, three aces, three kills and two blocks.

Gabbi Sott (seven kills) and Taysia Boyson (16 digs, five kills) also played well for Campbell. Rachel Graves led the way for WLC, helping her team with a number of digs and solid serves.