Cabinet High School Highlights



Jan. 9: Milford 56,
HB 55 (OT)

Kirk Palladino hit a 3-pointer to give the Spartans the lead for good in overtime, and also sank a key free throw down the stretch as Milford improved to 3-0 in Division II.

Drew Jepson led the way for the winners with 24 points, helping to offset a hot night by the 2-2 Cavs’ Matt Fothergill, who had six 3-pointers en route to 22 points.


Jan. 9: Milford 45, HB 40

Jess Ryan had 14 points and Becca Cleary added 13 as the Spartans (5-0) remained unbeaten. Milford outscored the Cavaliers 19-4 in the third quarter and held off a Hollis Brookline (1-6) rally. Cassandra Stapelfeld led the Cavaliers with 16 points while Kristin Johnson added 10.

Jan. 13: Milford 41,
Pembroke 31

Becca Cleary scored a game-high 10 points, while Jess Ryan and Amy Arena added nine and eight respectively, to lead Milford past Pembroke Academy 41-31. Adelle Pitsas and Devaney Pitsas each chipped in with five points for the Spartans (6-0).


Jan. 10: Spartans swim
at five-team meet

Milford competed against Bedford, Goffstown, John Stark and Portsmouth. For the girls, Kaitlyn McManus finished first in the 50 freestyle and first in the 100 freestyle. Zoe Daudier was second in the 50 freestyle and first in the 100 backstroke while Alice Danas fourth in the 200 freestyle and second in the 100 freestyle.

The boys were led by Noah Lavoie, who was third in the 100 backstroke and sixth in the 200 IM while Zak Parker finished sixth in the 200 freestyle and fifth in the 100 breaststroke.


Jan. 7: Spartans 4×55 wins at Wildcat Relays

The Milford girls had a good showing in Wednesday’s Wildcat Relays at the University of New Hampshire.

The 4×55 team of Oliva Mabbett, Amy Arena, Olivia Rougeau and Nicole McMorrow won their event with a time of 28.8 seconds. The team of Aimee Krafft, Lindsay Wright, Miranda Couture and Alex Matsis were second in the distance medley relay in a time of 13:52.

Jan. 11: Spartans
run at UNH

Milford competed in the evening session at the University of New Hampshire, with the boys (15 points) and girls (two) coming in seventh. For the boys, Tim Tamulonis finished fourth in the 600-meter run while Eric Baerenrodt came in sixth in the 55 and Blake Audibert was sixth in the 3,000.

Baerenrodt, Max Urda, Sam Claire and Shawn Jewett finished third in the 4×160 relay while Audibert, Tirell O’Brien, Josh Shaw and Neil Rafferty finished sixth in the 4×400. The Milford girls 4×160 relay team finished sixth.


Jan. 7: Milford 55,
Manchester West 6

With the help of multiple forfeits and wins by Matt Digiosio (113-pounds, pin), Peyton Dannewitz (132, 10-0 decision) and Mike Pellitteri (145, 6-4 decision), Milford cruised past Manchester West 55-6.



Jan. 7: Souhegan 6,
Kearsarge 3

Led by the four-point effort of sophomore James Wilson (one goal, three assists), Souhegan doubled up on Kearsarge for a 6-3 win. Other contributors included captain Alex Maresco (two assists), Alek Medic (one goal, one assist) and Patrick McGrath (two goals, one assist).


Jan. 10: Sabers boys
sweep, girls split

Souhegan’s boys swim team won all three parts of a quad-meet, while the girls won two and lost two in their five-team meet Saturday morning.

The boys – led by Tyler Howard’s wins in the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly, which was a school record finish – beat Londonderry 84-76, Keene 81-54 and Campbell 86-47.

Also swimming well for the Sabers were Alex Bedard, who won the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke; Tom Lipkin, who was second in the 500 and 200 freestyles; Garret Earley, who was fourth in the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke; and Drew Whitney, who was third in the 200 freestyle and fourth in the 100 freestyle. The foursome of Howard, Bedard, Lipkin and Early won the 200 medley and 4×100 freestyle relays.

The girls lost to Londonderry 116-48, Salem 91-81, but beat Keene 78-46 and Campbell 104-6. Leading the Sabers were Mary Rego (first 500 freestyle and 50 freestyle), Jessica Redd (third 100 backstroke, fourth 50 freestyle), Anna Redway (third 100 breaststroke) and Ivy Buxton (fourth 100 backstroke).


Jan. 10: Souhegan boys 21st at Dartmouth

The Souhegan boys track team finished with 10 points to tie for 21st at the Dartmouth Relays. Eli Moskowitz finished second in the 1-mile run, while the distance medley team of Moskowitz, Ben Platt, Cameron Behn and Stefan DeShazo came in fifth.

Meanwhile, the Souhegan girls recorded four points to finish tied for 38th. The Sabers distance medley team of Hannah Gillis, Amy Lambert, Elise Lambert and Madeleine Hunt finished fourth.

Jan. 11: Sabers
compete at UNH

The Souhegan boys were second at the afternoon session at UNH, recording 43 points, while the girls were third with 32 points.

The Souhegan 4×160 relay team of Travis Woods, Benjamin Miller, Sebastian Eaton and Matthew Blood finished first in 1:21.7. Nilan Phommachanh came in second in the 55 hurdles and Peter Forster took second in the long jump.

Eaton was also second in the 300 and third in the 55 while Blood was fourth in the 55 and Miller took sixth. Woods was third in the high jump and fourth in the long jump.

Esther Johnson finished first in the shot put with a throw of 33-10. Abby Cranney came in second in the 55 and the 300, while Caleigh Burns finished third in the 300. Cranney and Burns also teams with Brooke Tanguay and Abigail Ballantyne to win the 4×160 relay in 1:35.2.


Jan. 8: Bow 28, Souhegan 0

The Sabers were blanked by the Falcons, with forfeits at 113, 160 and 195 pounds. Souhegan’s Nick Clay lost by fall to Bow’s Mark Borak at 120, and Saber Jake Upton battled Bow’s Brendan Mooney but dropped a 12-3 major decision.