Cabinet High School Highlights

MILFORD

BASEBALL

April 17: Milford 3, Portsmouth 2

Bryce Walker earned the victory for the Spartans, throwing three innings of two hit baseball. He allowed just one run and struck out four. Tyler Gendron started and pitched four innings, allowing one run on three hits. He struck out two and walked one. At the plate Sawyer Trask had a strong game going 2 for 3 with an RBI. Devon Pioli, Walker, and Mason Gaudette each had a hit.

SOFTBALL

April 15: Milford 11, HB2

The Spartans (2-0) erupted for 10 runs in the third inning as Julia Mazzeo (2 for 3) smacked a three-run homer. Carley Holtshouser went 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs while Stephanie Bishop had three doubles, three RBIs and three runs scored. Delaney Parker tossed a complete game, scattering eight hits while striking out six, walking three and giving up two earned runs.

Olivia Lukovits, Celeste Marsan and Victoria Sargent (two RBIs) had two hits apiece for the Cavs (1-1). Pitcher Ashley Skey (eight strikeouts, 14 hits allowed) took the loss while Marsan and Stephanie Buchanan played well defensively.

April 17: Milford 12, Portsmouth 4

Carley Holtshouser was strong in the circle, scattering six hits, striking out six, walking none and allowing two earned runs in Milford’s 12-4 win over Portsmouth.

Steph Bishop (two RBIs, three runs), Julia Mazzeo (three RBIs) and Erin Tyrrell (double, two RBIs) led the way offensively for the Spartans (3-0), who will take to the diamond again Monday versus Oyster River.

BOYS TENNIS

April 15: Milford 7, Pembroke 2

Kyle Leach and Alan Brooks had a strong day on the court in Milford’s 7-2 boys tennis win over Pembroke.

Leach won his second singles match 8-1, then teamed up with Gordon Shenk for an 8-2 victory at first doubles. Brooks was an 8-0 winner at sixth singles, before pairing up with Mitchell Lepine for an 8-1 third doubles win.

Also recording singles wins for the Spartans were Parker Lambert (8-5 at No. 3), Andrew Fuhs (8-1 at No. 4) and Jared Blanc (8-3 at No. 5).

April 17: Milford 8,
Manchester West 1

Milford was almost perfect on its home courts, dropping only one match in an 8-1 win over Manchester West. Gordon Shenk (8-0), Kyle Leach (8-1), Parker Lambert (8-5), Jared Blanc (8-1) and Alan Brooks (8-0) all won their singles matches for the Spartans (2-2).

Milford swept the doubles with the Leach-James Halstead (8-2), Lambert-Mitchell Lepine (8-5) and Blanc-Dylan Lesecio (8-0) tandems getting the job done.

GIRLS TENNIS

April 15: Pembroke 5, Milford 4

Milford’s Aimee Krafft and Julia Anderson won their fourth and fifth singles matches 8-2 and 8-6 respectively in a tough 5-4 team loss to Pembroke Academy. Scoring the other wins for the Spartans were the doubles tandems of Isabelle Rivas-Erin Giles (9-7) and Anderson-Katie Brown (8-6).

April 17: Milford 8,
Manchester West 1

Singles winners for Milford included: No. 1 Isabelle Rivas (8-4), No. 2 Erin Giles (8-5), No. 3 Sara Harambesic (8-0), No. 4 Aimee Krafft (8-1), No. 5 Julia Anderson (8-2), and No. 6 Katie Brown (8-3). In doubles, the No. 1 duo of Rivas and Giles won (8-4), while the No. 2 duo of Harambesic and Krafft won (8-1).

SOUHEGAN

BASEBALL

April 15: Souhegan 12, ConVal 2

Senior lefty Ian Towle tossed a two-hitter, striking out eight while walking five as the Sabers improved to 2-0. He was helped by a 12-hit attack, led by four multiple hitters – Kees Grondstra (three), Seth Learned (two), Mike Mancini (two) and Bryce Reagan (two).

Defensively for the Sabers, right fielder Max Benevides made two good running catches while first baseman Alec Burns made a play to hold off a Cougar rally in the fifth.

April 17: Windham 4, Souhegan 2

Windham’s Kevin Anderson tossed a three hitter, while striking out six and walking five to lead the Jaguars to their first win of the season. For the Sabers, Seth Learned led the way for Souhegan’s offense with two hits a single and a double.

Souhegan threw four pitchers, who as a group scattered five hits, struck out seven but the group walked 11 Windham batters. Windham is now 1-0 and Souhegan moves to 2-1.

BOYS LACROSSE

April 16: Souhegan 15,
Manchester Memorial 1

Zach Bossi had three goals and an assist to pace the Saber scoring attack, but it didn’t stop there.

Also contributing were: Joe Nutting (two goals, five assists), Brendan Cray (two goals, four assists), Robbie Duarte (two goals, one assist) Ethan Hopey (two goals), Wils Ezequelle (one goal, one assist), and Foster Burnley, Colin Dodge and Jack Kane (one goal each).

Alex Maresco collected seven saves in goal for the Sabers.

April 18: Souhegan 16,
Nashua South 8

Trevor Barnett scored seven goals and assisted on three more to lead Souhegan past Nashua South 16-8 at Stellos Stadium.

Joe Nutting scored four and assisted on three, Brendan Cray had three goals and one assist, and the duo of Zach Bossi (one assist) and Ethan Hopey chipped in with one goal each for the undefeated Sabers (3-0), who also saw Taylor Farrow pick up an assist in the victory.

Alex Burnley (11 saves) and Alex Maresco (one save) shared time in net for the win.

Steve Saucier (six goals, one assist), Andrew DeCarteret (two goals) and Collin Morrow (one assist) stood out at attack for South. Brian McKinley stopped nine shots in the loss for the Panthers (1-2).

GIRLS LACROSSE

April 17: Souhegan 12, Exeter 10

The Sabers got a hat trick from Sammi Jay, while Kate Bermingham and Hailey Johnson each had a goal and an assist.

Brigid Casey and Jules Donohue each had a pair of goals. In net, Meaghan Allard made 10 saves to earn the victory. Emma Estabrook added a goal and Katie Almeida added an assist.

April 18: Souhegan 19,
Manchester Memorial 2

Brigid Casey scored five goals, Emma Estabrook (one assist) added four, and Katie Casey (one assist) and Gwen Hale (one assist) netted hat tricks to pace Souhegan’s offense in a 19-2 win over Manchester Memorial.

The Sabers (3-0) also received two goals from Sammi Jay and solo tallies from Katie Almeida (one assist) and Brittany Ireland (one assist). Timber Devine and Hailey Johnson recorded one assist each, while Meaghan Allard stopped five shots to pick up the win in net.

SOFTBALL

April 15: Souhegan 12, Con-Val 1

The Sabers scored five in the first and never looked back. The hitting attack was led by seniors Lauren McCormick, Kaley Ahern and Sam Allen.

Saber starting pitcher Hannah Cochran fanned five of the first six hitters she faced while Hailey Yabroudy tossed four scoreless relief innings, striking out seven while walking one.

April 17: Souhegan 3,
Windham 2 (8 inn.)

Souhegan (2-1) used clutch hitting in the seventh and eighth innings to pull out a 3-2 win over Windham.

With one out and trailing by one in the bottom of the eighth, Kayle Ahern doubled for the Sabers. She was replaced by pinch runner Sarah LaFleur, who came around to score the tying run on a Maddie Robicheau single. Robicheau, who advanced to second on a throw home off her single, reached third on a Jordan Catanuso bunt and scored the game-winning run on a Lauren McCormick single to right-center field.

Sophomore Hailey Yabroady earned the win in the circle, scattering five hits, striking out eight and walking three.

Windham held a 1-0 lead through the bottom of the seventh inning, when Sam Allen hit a lead-off home run to force extra innings. Windham went up 2-1 in the top of the eighth on a sacrifice fly to center field.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

April 20: Souhegan 3, Mascenic 1

The Sabers knocked off previously unbeaten Mascenic thanks in part to the serving of Joric Ehrenstein and 15-plus assists by Ely Marciano. Alex Craven and Zach Cooper also played well for Souhegan, now 2-1 on the season.

WILTON-
LYNDEBOROUGH

GIRLS TENNIS

April 17: WLC 9, Profile 0

The Warriors got singles wins from the following players: No. 1 Maddy Bacon (8-5), No. 2 Taylor Webb (8-4), No. 3 Tatum Vanderheyden (8-1), No. 4 Suzie Lemire (8-4), No. 5 Jordan Kross (8-0), No. 6 Jackie Bird (forfeit). In doubles, Wilton got wins from the No. 1 duo of Bacon and Vanderheyden (8-5), the No. 2 duo of Webb and Lemire (8-3), and the No. 3 duo of Crawford and Kross (forfeit).