Cabinet High School Highlights



Jan. 23: Portsmouth 57, Milford 33

Following a four-game winning streak to start the season, the Spartans have now dropped three in a row following a loss to Portsmouth. Jordan Delgado, Jack Briggs and Kurt Paladino each scored seven for Milford in the losing effort.


Jan. 23: Milford 40,
Portsmouth 26

The Spartans earned a big win over a fellow playoff contender and extended their undefeated season, beating Portsmouth 40-26. Jess Ryan led Milford with 14 points, while teammates Becca Cleary and Adelle Pitsas combined for 17.

The Spartans outscored their opponent at the free-throw line, 22-4.


Jan. 25: Spartans
run at UNH

The Milford girls has a big day at the morning session at the University of New Hampshire; no team scores were kept for the qualifying meet. The 4×160-meter relay team of Olivia Rougeau, Amy Arena, Olivia Mabbett and Nicole McMorrow finished third and set a school record of 1 minute, 28.3 seconds. Miranda Couture was second in the 600, while Rougeau took third in both the long jump and the high jump. Arena finished third in the 300 and Mabbett took fourth in the high jump while McMorrow was sixth in the 55.


Jan. 21: Milford 30,
ConVal 18

The Spartans earned their third win in a row as they easily topped ConVal. Senior Travis Hughes (285) was the standout wrestler for Milford, pinning his opponent in convincing fashion. The win increased Hughes’ season record to 21-3. Meanwhile, Milford improved to 5-1.



Jan. 23: HB 48,
Souhegan 37

The Cavaliers earned their second win of the season, with a strong defensive effort in the first half. Hollis Brookline managed to hold Souhegan to just nine points, while scoring 23 of their own in the first half.

Cassandra Staplefeld was solid in the win for the Cavs, dropping a game high 22 points.

Kristin Johnson also had a good game with 12 points, while Souhegan got 15 from Hannah Chick.


Jan. 25: Sabers
run at UNH

The Souhegan boys and girls track teams competed at a qualifying meet at the University of New Hampshire.

Madeleine Hunt finished first in the 1,500-meter run, setting a school record with a time of 4:54.2. Esther Johnson was second in the shot put and Abby Cranney came in fourth in the 300. Souhegan also got sixth places from Amy Lambert (600) and the 4×160 relay team of Brooke Tanguay, Caleigh Burns, Abby Ballantyne and Cranney.

Eli Moskowitz led the boys by finishing first in the 600 (1:27.6) and Matt Blood took second in the 55. Blood also joined Travis Woods, Sebastian Eaton and Ben Miller to finish second in the 4×160. Woods was also third in the high jump and Cam Behn was third in the 300. Peter Forster finished sixth in the high jump and the long jump.



Jan. 23: WLC 74,
Sunapee 50

Ty Carrier scored 24 points to help the Warriors improve to 8-1 on the year and move into first in Division IV. Jordan Litts added 22 points in the win.


Jan. 23: Sunapee 73,
WLC 22

Wilton seemed within striking defense of Sunapee at halftime, but a six-point second half ultimately doomed the Warriors.

Ally Schwab led Wilton with 10 points. Olivia McGettigan also had a solid performance off the bench for the Warriors, controlling the boards and holding her own on defense. Wilton’s record falls to 4-7.