Cabinet High School Highlights

MILFORD

TRACK

Dec. 27: Spartans
win session

The Milford girls finished first at the morning session at the University of New Hampshire. Olivia Rougeau led the way with a first place in the high jump (5-0) and was second in the long jump and fourth in the 55-meter dash while also teaming with Nicole McMorrow, Amy Arena and Olivia Mabbett to win the 4×160-meter relay.

McMorrow also took first in the 300 and finished second in the 55, while Arena took second in the high jump and third in the 55. Sydney Osorio took first in the shot put (30-9), while Miranda Couture was second in the 600 and Lindsay Writh was fourth. Mabbett came in the third in the high jump and Aimee Krafft took fourth in the 1,000 and joined Wright, Courture and Emily Robinson to finish second in the 4×400.

The Milford boys came in eighth in the sessions, with Tim Tamulonis coming in third in the 100 and fourth in the 300.

WRESTLING

Dec. 28: Spartans
compete at Lowell

Milford competed in the two-day Lowell Holiday Tournament, with eight wrestlers participating in the action. Travis Hughes was the lone Spartan to place, going 4-2 and finishing seventh at 285 pounds. Also wrestling were Jake Ricca (170, 4-2), Mike Pellitteri (145, 4-2), Dustin Post (195, 3-2), Devyn Pioli (152), 2-2), Josh Smith (220, 2-2), Jacob Girouard (138, 1-2) and George Horta (160, 1-2).

As a team, the Spartans scored 61 points to finish 30th at the 70-plus team meet; Mt. Anthony (Vt.) finished first with 256 points, while Timberlane (third, 166) and Londonderry (fourth, 162) were the top New Hampshire schools.

SOUHEGAN

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Dec. 26: Merrimack 43, Souhegan 40

Grace Mulvey scored 11 points to help lead the Tomahawks to a come-from-behind win in the first game of the Nashua North Holiday Classic. Souhegan’s Ciarri Formby- Lavertu had 11 points to lead the Sabers.

Dec. 27: Alvirne 41, Souhegan 26

The Sabers fell to the Broncos in the second day of the Nashua North Holiday Classic.

TRACK

Dec. 27: Sabers
run at UNH

The Souhegan boys and girls track team competed at UNH, finishing second and third, respectively.

The Boys got a first place from Matt Blood, who won the 55 in 6.8 seconds, and he was also third in the 300 and teamed with Ben Miller, Travis Woods and Cam Behn to win the 4×160 relay in 1:20.7. Miller came in fifth in the 55 and sixth in the 300 while Woods was fourth in both the long jump and the high jump.

Ben Platt took second in the 600 while Behn was fifth in the 600, Stefan DeShazo was fifth in the 1,000 and Nilan Phommachanh was fifth in the 55 hurdles.

Platt, DeShazo, Austin Quinlan and Joe Griffin teamed up to take third in the 4×400.

The girls got a big day from freshman Abby Cranney, who won the 55 (7.6), was second in the 300 and teamed with Caleigh Burns, Brooke Tanguay and Olivia Richer to take second in the 4×160 relay. Madeleine Hunt won the 1,000 (3:07.2) and teamed with Amy Lambert, Erica Meehan and Elise Lambert to finish third in the 4×400.

Burns was also third in the 300 and Elise Lambert came in third in the 1,000. Meehan finished third in the 3,000 and Tanguay took fourth in the high jump.

WILTON-
LYNDEBOROUGH

BOYS BASKETBALL

Dec. 26: WLC 57,
Monadnock 41

Jordan Litts led the Warriors with 19 points and 11 rebounds in the first round of the Zero Gravity Tournamant at Keene State College. Trey Carrier added 15 points, as WLC led 32-17 at halftime.

Dec. 27: WLC 69,
Leland & Gray 48

Jordan Litts scored a game-high 37 points to lead the Warriors into the championship game of the White Division at the Zero Gravity Tournament. Litts shot 15 of 22 from the field and was 6 for 9 from the free throw line, while Trey Carrier had nine points. WLC outscored Leland & Gray 24-9 in the first quarter and led by 20 points at halftime.

Dec. 28: WLC 44,
Fall Mountain 38

The Warriors were able to win the White Division Championship despite a tough shooting night.

Jordan Litts led the way with 11 points, but was just 5 of 21 from the field, as WLC shot 39.6 percent as a team. Duncan Rae and Tyler Carrier each added 10 points for the Warriors, who held all three opponents to under 40 percent shooting from the field.