Cabinet High School Highlights

High School Highlights


NHIAA Championship

Milford 4th,
Bishop Guertin 10th

After finishing first in qualifying on Oct. 2 at Lake Winnipesaukee, the Spartans dipped a little in Saturday’s NHIAA Bass Fishing Championship competition. Milford placed fourth out of 11 schools that took off from the State Boat Launch in Laconia on Lake Winnisquam.

The Spartans, made up of Suvad Grizovic, Robert Lafreniere, Ben Noble, and Liam Shea, were coached by Rich Parent and their boat captained by Kevin Miller. They caught two small mouth basses, weighing in at 4.69 pounds.

John Stark won the title with four fish (9.39 pounds), while Bishop Guertin tied for 10th with Londonderry, as neither team caught a fish on the day.


BG’s Sedlar 2014 runner-up

Bishop Guertin senior Chelsea Sedlar came up one stroke short of defending her title on Saturday.

The Merrimack native shot an even par 71 over 18 holes in the championship flight of the NHIAA Girls Individual Golf Tournament at Campbell’s Scottish Highlands in Salem, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Pinkerton Academy freshman Lauren Thibodeau’s 1-under 70 for the round.

The duo was tied with 35s at the turn, but Thibodeau grabbed a two-stroke lead with an eagle on the par-4 11th hole. Sedlar gained one stroke back with a par on 14 as Thibodeau bogeyed. Sedlar then tied things up with a birdie to Thibodeau’s par on 16th. All square with 61s, Sedlar would bogey 17 to Thibodeau’s par and they both finished with pars on 18 for the one-stroke difference.

The separation between the top two and third was 10 strokes, as St. Thomas’s Sara Feith earned that spot with an 81. Alvirne’s Jessica Lortie was fourth with an 85 and Nashua South’s Sarah Hansen, the only other local in the field, finished 15th with a 109.



Oct. 3 Milford 3, Lebanon 0

Morgan Grill got the scoring started for Milford, with a goal at the 20 minute mark and the Spartans rolled from there. Avery Martin put the Spartans up by two just before the half, with a goal at the 38-minute mark and Alyza Sayward shut the door on any hopes of a Lebanon comeback with tally at the 78 minute mark. Hannah Landstorm had 13 saves in net for Milford.


Oct. 1: Milford 3, Man. West 0

Milford received strong performances from Abby Blanchet (10 assists, three aces), Hanna Hembrow (five assists, three aces), Olivia Rougeau (three kills, two blocks, nine aces) and Jess Scott (five kills, four digs) as the Spartans (7-1) beat Manchester West (1-8) 25-3, 25-18, 25-20.

Oct. 3: Milford 3, Oyster River 0

Milford swept Oyster River 25-17, 25-20, 25-16. Playing well for Milford in the win were Abby Blanchet (15 assists), Amanda Alcox (14 digs and two aces), Hanna Hembrow (six assists, two kills, one block, eight digs, and one ace) and Olivia Roguegia (14 kills, one dig, and one ace).

Oct. 6: Milford 3, ConVal 0

The Spartans cruised to wins of 25-8, 25-17, 25-10 as Olivia Rougeau had eight kills, three blocks and two aces. Hanna Hembrow added seven assists, one kill, one block, three digs and three aces while Abby Blanchette added six assists, three digs and four aces.

Also for the Spartans, now 8-1, Jess Leach contributed two kills, two digs, and four aces while Zoe Menendez had three digs and three aces.



Oct. 4: BG top local team in Vermont

Led by the 33rd-place finish of Chris Fischer (in a field of 838 runners), Bishop Guertin had a strong showing at at Saturday’s Woods Trail Run in Thetford, Vt. The Cardinals placed 14th overall (263 points) out of 60 schools from throughout New England.

The Granite State’s top individual finisher was Inter-Lakes’ Cameron Daly, who finished the hilly 3.2 mile course in 17 minutes, 10 seconds for sixth overall. He came in just ahead of Lebanon’s Josh Fontaine (seventh, 17:11). Fischer was the top local competitor with a run of 17:54.13. Also performing well for the Cardinals was Aiden Sullivan (51st, 18:24).

Souhegan’s Ben Platt (18:40) and Garrett Earley (18:41) finished in 75th and 76th respectively, leading Souhegan to a 30th-place finish.

South Burlington (Vt.) High School took first place team honors with a low score of 115 points, easily topping runner-up East Greenwich (R.I.) High School (154 points). Darien (Conn.) High School’s Alex Ostberg was the individual winner in 15:44.75.


Oct. 4: Hunt, Gillis lead
Souhegan to fourth at Woods Trail Run

Madeleine Hunt and Hannah Gillis finished 11th and 22nd respectively out of 628 finishers at Saturday’s Woods Trail Run in Thetford, Vt., as they led Souhegan High School’s girls cross country team to a fourth-place finish out of 57 schools from throughout New England.

Following Hunt (20 minutes, 14 seconds) and Gillis (20:54) across the line were a group of three more Sabers within a 20-second span, led by Elise Lambert (43rd, 21:23), Hannah Culver (56th, 21:41) and Shannon Earley (58th, 21:43).

Glastonbury (Conn.) High School took first with a low score of 99 points, edging out Essex (Vt.) High School, by one point. Souhegan was the highest placing New Hampshire team, finishing just three points ahead of Bishop Guertin (fifth place, 193 points).

The Cardinals’ top individual performers were Gabrielle Dionne (27th, 21:06), Chloe Conway (33rd, 21:14), Jessica Ewing (39th, 21:21), Heidi Ntengeri (42nd, 21:22) and Danielle Poublon (52nd, 21:35).


Oct. 3: Souhegan 1,
Milford 0 (OT)

Lauren McCormick scored the lone goal of the game, in overtime, as the Sabers improved to 8-2 on the season. Jaimie Cates also played well in the win for the Sabers.

Erin Tyrell, Julia Mazello and Olivia Mabbett all played well in the loss for Milford.


Oct. 1: HB tops Souhegan

The Cavaliers, led by medalist Jack Shields (37) topped Souhegan, 210-216 at Overlook in Hollis to move to 15-6. Goffstown (226) was a distant third. Pat MacDonald added a 39 for Hollis Brookline, while other Cavs scorers were Josh Farmer (42), Alex McClamount (45) and Cory Quinn (47).

For 14-6 Souhegan, Alek Medic fired a 41, while Mitch Herbert was next at 43. Jorick Ehrenstein, August Darula and Tom Stover all came in at 44.


Oct. 1: Souhegan 3,
Fall Mountain 1

Kyra Parenteau recorded seven aces, three blocks, three digs and five kills to pace a strong Souhegan attack in the Sabers’ 25-20, 16-25, 25-17, 25-19 victory over Fall Mountain on the court.

Juliane Donohue (six kills, one block, one ace) and Hannah Cochran (six kills, six digs, one ace) also had big nights for the Sabers (5-5) in the four-game win over the Wildcats (5-5).

Oct. 3: Coe-Brown 3, Souhegan 0

Game scores in the Coe Brown sweep were 12-25, 9-25, and 20-25. Playing well in the loss for the Sabers were Hannah Cochren (three digs, four kills), Juliane Donohue (one ace, three blocks, four kills), and Sam Allen (one block, four kills, and nine digs). With the loss Souhegan falls to 5-6.



Oct. 3: Derryfield 8, WLC 0

Coach Bill Draper said there was not much to say about the loss, “Didn’t play well and it showed.” The Warriors move to 6-3 with the loss.

Oct. 6: WLC 5,
Concord Christian 0

The Warriors got goals from Jenna Bragdon, Ally Schwab, Suzie Lemire, Kelsey Randlett and Naomi Wright to improve to 7-4 in Divison IV. Dani Bird and Lorrie Blais each had two assists. Cori Balam earned the shutout in net with five saves.


Oct. 1: Campbell 3, WLC 0

Val Boucher and Taysia Boyson were strong from behind the service line to pace Campbell in a 25-10, 25-15, 25-15 win over Wilton-Lyndeborough.

Boucher (11 service points, one ace, 17 digs), Boyson (12 points, two aces, three kills), Olivia Martinage (five kills, one block), Sophie Scafidi (19 assists), Emma Kuczkowski (six kills, two blocks) and Lauren King (two kills, one block) all had productive nights for the Cougars (9-0) against the Warriors (3-6).