Cabinet High School Highlights
Sept. 24: Milford 5,
Nicole McMorrow and Cora Rogers scored two goals each to lead Milford past Derryfield 5-1. Madison Gagnon chipped in with a goal of her own, while Kelsey Poulter (two assists), Olivia Mabbett (two assists) and Lauren Dishong (one assist) also played well on the offensive end. Kaitlyn Nelson recorded two saves between the pipes.
Sept. 26: HB 215,
Milford 223, Pembroke 232
The medalist for the match was Milford’s Evan Ryan who shot a 38. Other Milford scores included Hunter Hoffman 43, Weston Pare 46, Nick Cauley 47, Shane Winnett 49, and Brenden White 49. Milford moves to 4-14 on the year while Hollis Brookline is now 11-6.
Sept. 27: HB 2, Milford 1
Hollis Brookline girls improved to 6-2-1 with a thrilling 2-1 victory over visiting Milford (3-5) during Homecoming Weekend in Hollis.
HB got on board 7 minutes into the game, when Maggie Moskun (one assist) delivered a laser corner kick, which was headed into the back corner by Michele Philpot. Milford found the equalizer midway through the second half, when Riley Mathews hit a 20-yard high shot to beat HB keeper Olivia Cleghorn (19 saves) to the far post.
HB pressed hard the rest of the way, with inspiring attack work from Maddie McCann and Torrey Cook, keeping the pressure on the Milford defenders. With less than 2 minutes remaining, Hannah Modelski was able to track a ball into the box and find the opportunity to touch away from Milford keeper Casey Phelps (14 saves) for the game-winner.
Sept. 26: Souhegan 2, Milford 0
Katie Almeida led the Saber offense with a pair of goals. One was assisted by Lauren McCormick and the other was unassisted. In net for Souhegan was Kate Heaney who made four saves to earn the shutout. Also playing well in the win were Timber Devine and Madison Angulas.
Sept. 25: Windham
Saber Alek Medic shot an even par 36 but Windham (200) still edged Souhegan (204) at Amherst Country Club. The Sabers did finish way ahead of Sanborn (230) to stand at 11-4 for the season. Also scoring for the Sabers were Ryan Stankiewicz (40), Mitch Hubert (41), Tom Stover (43) and August Darula (44).
Windham’s James McKee was the match medalist with a one-under 35. Windham is now 18-1 on the year.
Sept. 30: Ehrenstein double eagle highlights Sabers sweep
The Souhegan tandem of Alek Medic and Jorick Ehrenstein shared medalist honors, each shooting rounds of 36, as the Sabers cruised to wins over Lebanon 188-199 and host Milford 188-221 at Amherst Country Club on Tuesday.
Ehrenstein put an exclamation point on the team victories with a highlight-reel moment of his own during the match. The Sabers junior recorded a double eagle on the par 5 fourth hole, finding the cup from more than 200 yards away.
August Darula and Mitch Hubert, both of Souhegan (13-4), tied for third with scores of 37. David Albright of Lebanon (14-4) and Weston Pare of Milford (4-16) tied for fifth with scores of 39.
Joining Pare on the Spartans scoresheet was Evan Pare (40), Ethan Brocklehurst (44), Mitch Lepine (48) and Nick Cauley (5
Sept. 26: Souhegan 1, Windham 0
The Sabers got on the board early, thanks to a Josh Massa goal at the 12 minute mark with the assist going to Josh Anson. In net, Teigue Young stopped five shots to earn the shutout for Souhegan. With the win the Sabers move to 5-2.
Sept. 30: Souhegan 3,
The Sabers improved to 6-2 with goals from Josh Massa, Josh Anson and Ali Eweiss. Anson, Nate Chamberlain and Devan Casey had assists while Teigue Young had five saves in net for Souhegan. Nick Scavetta, Reed Larson, Pat Noble, Nate Chamberlain and Tim Driscoll also played well for the Sabers.
Sept. 26: Souhegan 1, ConVal 0
The Sabers were led by a great performance in net from Taylor Rendall, as she posted her second shutout of the season. The lone Saber goal came from Casey Johnson. On the back end Sarah Lafleur played well for Souhegan.
Sept. 24: Portsmouth 3, Souhegan 0
Sam Allen (one ace, five digs, eight kills), Oksana Clay (one ace, three digs, 14 assists) and Juliane Donahue (one ace, two blocks, five kills) were strong on the court despite Souhegan’s 25-12, 25-18, 25-20 loss to Portsmouth.
Sept. 26: Souhegan 3, ConVal 0
Game scores in the Saber sweep were 25-22, 26-24, and 25-13. Hannah Cochran had three aces, 13 digs, and seven kills for the Sabers, while Sam Allen added four aces, nine digs, and eight kills. Julianne Donahue played a strong game with three aces, two blocks, and four kills. With the win Souhegan moves to 3-5 on the season.
Sept. 29: Souhegan 3,
Manchester West 0
The Sabers improved to 4-5 with a 25-17, 25-18, 25-16 sweep, sparked in part by Oksana Clay’s seven aces, nine digs, and 14 assists, Also aiding the win were Olivia Richer (one service ace, six kills), Juliane Donohue (three aces, one block, five kills, one assist) and Sam Allen (four aces, three kills).
Sept. 24: WLC 4,
Portsmouth Christian 1
Lorrie Blais scored one goal and assisted on two more to lead Wilton-Lyndeborough to a 4-1 win over Portsmouth Christian Academy.
Dani Bird and Kelsey Randlett scored one and assisted on another, while Chelsea Barnes also added a goal in the Warriors’ win. PCA scored its lone goal on a penalty kick in the 78th minute.
Sept. 27: WLC 6,
Wilton-Lyndeborough scored three goals in the first 11 minutes and never looked back in a 6-2 win over Pittsfield.
Lorrie Blais and Chelsea Barnes scored two goals each for the Warriors, while Kelsey Randlett and Naomi Wight chipped in with one each. Assists were recorded by Dani Bird (two), Randlett (two), Blais and Wight.
Cori Balam had nine saves for the win in net with help from the defense, which shut down their opponents for 54 minutes before giving up a goal on a penalty kick.