Cabinet High School Highlights



Feb. 3: Milford 70,
Timberlane 68

The Spartans got a huge game from Kirk Palladino, as he had a game high 15 points and also hit the game winning shot. With the game tied at 68 with just nine seconds to go, Palladino drove to the basket and hit the layup to give his team the win as time expired. Dan Murray had a balanced all around game with five points, seven blocks, and nine rebounds. Drew Jepson and Jack Briggs had 12 and 10 points respectively.


Feb. 3: Milford 55,
Timberlane 22

Jess Ryan scored a game-high 18 points as Milford cruised to a 55-22 victory over Timberlane Regional in Plaistow. Ryan drained three 3-pointers, while Becca Cleary hit two 3’s of her own on her way to a 10-point night for the undefeated Spartans.


Feb. 1: Spartans
run at UNH

Milford wrapped up the regular season with a meet at the University of New Hampshire.

Olivia Rougeau led the girls with a first place in the high jump (5-2) and was second in the long jump. Olivia Mabett also came in third in the high jump and Amy Arena came in fourth in the high jump and finished fifth in the 300.

Nicole McMorrow finished fifth in the 55-meter dash and sixth in the 300. Sydney Osorio finished fifth in the shot put and Brianna Lippitt took sixth in the long jump.

Aimee Krafft, Lindsay Wright, Emily Robinson and Lippitt finished fourth in the 4×400 relay, while Krafft, Wright, Robinson and Shannon Hull took second in the 4×800 relay. The team of Rougeau, Arena, McMorrow and Mabbett also took second in the 4×160 relay.

The boys 4×400 relay team of Tim Tamulonis, Caleb Wiig, Eric Baerenrodt and Jake Ricca came in sixth, while Tamulonis, Wiig, Ricca and Jacob Sickler finished fourth in the 4×800. Max Urda also came in fifth in the long jump.


Jan. 28: Milford 39,
Goffstown 30

As Milford coach Dana Bourassa said, “sometimes you need to lose to win.” The Spartans wrestling team certainly realized the meaning of that statement against Goffstown. Matt DiGiosio (106) and Peyton Dannewitz (132) avoided pins in key matches, clinching the victory for the Spartans. Jake Ricca, Travis Hughes and Mike Pellitteri each had pins for the Spartans, who improve to 10-3 on the season.

Jan. 31: Milford 45,
Franklin 12

Travis Hughes earned his 100th career victory, leading Milford to a victory over Franklin. Manchester Memorial was originally supposed to compete in the event, but they ultimately dropped out of the competition. Besides Hughes, Devyn Pioli, Jake Ricca, Josh Smith and Joey Quirbach also earned victories for the Spartans.



Jan. 30: Lebanon 47, Souhegan 44

Tied going into the fourth, Souhegan and Lebanon went back and forth for much of the final frame. Unfortunately for the Sabers, they came up short in a three-point loss.

Hannah Chick led all scorers with 23 points, including nine points from beyond the arc. The junior forward also grabbed 11 rebounds. Hannah Kenney was Souhegan’s other double-digit scorer, as she contributed 11.


Jan. 31: Kennett 8,
Souhegan 3

Souhegan hung around with Kennett in the first period, as both teams scored two goals, but the game broke open in the second as Kennett scored three more goals and Souhgan only answered with one of their own.

The game was put away in the third with Kennett scoring another three.

Goal scorers for Souhegan were Alek Medic, James Wilson, and Alek Maresco. Jon Ehrlich and Wilson each had an assist.

Souhegan used two goalies, with Thomas Lott making the start (three saves) and Marco Vogt (six saves) coming in as relief in the third. Souhegan falls to 5-3 with the loss.


Jan. 31: Souhegan 9,
ConVal 1

Freshman Makayla Lachance scored three goals to lead Souhegan to a convincing victory over ConVal. Elizabeth Silvia-Chandley netted a pair of goals in the victory, while teammates Jaime Cates, Eliza Cullen, Maggie Dix and Lauren McCormick each scored one. Sarah LaFleur was solid in net, stopping 15 Conval shots.

Feb. 3: Souhegan 7,
Manchester Central 3

The Sabers got goals from six different players in their fifth win of the year. Makayla Lachance had two goals in the win, while Lauren McCormick, Maggie Dix, Cailin Dix, Eliza Cullen, and Elizebeth Silvia-Chandly each had one. In net, Sarah Lafleur made 17 saves, while Anna Tobin played solid defense in front of her. Tobin also added an assist.


Feb. 1: Sabers run at UNH

The Souhegan boys and girls track teams finished up the regular season with a meet at the University of New Hampshire.

The girls got a first place from Abby Cranney in the 300-meter dash, as she finished in 43.9 seconds, while Madeleine Hunt was first in the 1,000 (3:02.6). Esther Johnson was second in the shot put and Brooke Tanguay came in fifth in the high jump.

Ben Platt led the boys with a second place in the 1,500 while Peter Forster was fourth in the long jump and fifth in the high jump. Matt Blood also finished fourth in the 55 while Stefan DeShazo came in fifth in the 600 and Nilan Phommachanh was fifth in the hurdles. Cam Behn took sixth in the 300 and Travis Woods was sixth in the high jump.



Jan. 30: WLC 61, Concord Christian 30

The Warriors defense was outstanding against Concord Christian, limiting them to no more than five points in the first three quarters. On offense, Jordan Litts carried the Warriors with 17 points, while Trey Carrier added 14 of his own. With the win the Warriors improve to 9-1.


Jan. 30: WLC 34, Concord Christian 20

Ally Schwab was the leading scorer for the Warriors with 15 points and was the driving force on offense for the team, as she hit two three-pointers. WLC held a 19-10 lead at the half and secured the win by playing strong defense.