Cabinet High School Highlights




Oct. 24: No. 3 Kennett 2,
No. 6 Milford 1 (OT)

Milford’s season came to an end Friday, as Kennett ended the Spartans’ playoff run in overtime. For Milford (9-4-2), the turnaround has been amazing. Just two years removed from an 0-14 season, the Spartans hosted a preliminary round game and were one goal away from the semifinals. Kennett will move on to play at Lebanon.


Oct. 24: HB 1, Milford 0 (OT)

The Spartans would hang around with the Cavaliers and force overtime, but they could not earn their first win of the season as HB’s Cole Owens scored the game winning goal to help Hollis improve to 15-1. Guillem Pujadas picked up as the assist on the goal. Michael Pattelena earned the shutout for the Cavs.


Oct. 22: Milford 3, Portsmouth 2

Abby Blanchet recorded 20 assists, 10 digs and one block, while Amanda Alcox served three aces and collected 16 digs as Milford wrapped up its regular season with a 27-25, 25-16, 17-25, 22-25, 15-5 victory over Portsmouth. Hanna Hembrow (nine assists, four kills, 13 digs, three aces) and Olivia Rougeau (17 kills, four blocks, 11 digs) also came up big in a win that locked the 14-2 Spartans into the second seed for the Division II tournament.




Oct. 24: No. 4 Souhegan 2, No. 5 Portsmouth 1 (OT)

Madi Angulas scored 3:04 into overtime to give the Sabers the win over the Clippers and advance Souhegan to the semifinals for the first time since 2011. Kylie Charbonneau also scored, tying the game in the second half off an assist from Lauren McCormick, who also assisted on the game-winner. Kate Heaney and the Souhegan defense played well enough that Portsmouth’s only official shot on goal was the tally scored by Brielle Schafroth-Bach with 1:41 left in the first half.


Oct. 24: Souhegan 1, Goffstown 0

The Sabers got the game winning goal late into the game, as Luke Berry scored with 72 minutes to lift Souhegan over Goffstown. Jasper Jones had the assist on the goal and Teigue Young made four stops to earn the shutout. Souhegan finishes their season with a 9-5-1 record and will play in the Division II playoffs.



Oct. 24: Sunapee 2, WLC 1

Cori Balam had a spectacular game in net, stopping four breakaways, but Wilton-Lyndeborough came up short in a 2-1 loss to Sunapee. The Warriors played tough the entire game, giving up a goal in the 38th minute and then tying it up at the 68 minute mark as Lorrie Blais finished a pass from Kelsey Randlett. Sunapee scored the game-winner with 40 seconds left in regulation.