Cabinet High School Highlights
April 22: Windham 16, Milford 5
The Spartans pitching staff had a tough time containing the explosive Windham offense. Drew Jepson and Mike Pellitieri each had a pair of hits for Milford, while everyone else in the lineup contributed one hit. Junior Bryce Walker took the loss for the Spartans, who fall to 1-4.
April 24: Milford 8, ConVal 5
Freshman pitcher Tyler Gendron allowed two runs over four innings of work to lead the Spartans past ConVal. Senior Sawyer Trask earned the victory in relief.
Mason Gaudette led the way offensively, collecting two hits and knocking in a pair of runs. Jason Blais finished with three hits while Trask added a pair of doubles.
April 21: Milford 12,
Oyster River 0
Milford’s offense was out in full force Tuesday, led by Stephanie Bishop (5 for 5, three runs, three RBIs) and Julia Mazzeo (3 for 4, three RBIs), in a 12-0 win over Oyster River.
Erin Tyrrell (2 for 3, RBI), Paige Delier (2 for 3, two RBIs) and Margaret Recks (1 for 1, RBI) also stood out offensively for the Spartans (4-0), who take the diamond again Wednesday when Windham comes to town.
Cora Rogers had a strong game defensively, backing up pitchers Delaney Parker, who earned the win, and Carley Holtshouser (five strikeouts), who closed out the game.
April 22: Windham 14, Milford 8
The Spartans lost their first game of the season, falling to Windham. Jen Carson had a standout game offensively for Milford, collecting three hits, including a three-run homer, and four RBIs. Julia Mazzeo added her second home run of the second while Carley Holtshouser added two hits and two runs scored.
Defensively, Rachel Nelson was the star, as the center fielder robbed a home run in the first inning.
April 24: Milford 17,
ConVal 0 (5 innings)
Delaney Parker led Milford on the mound and at the plate. The sophomore allowed only three hits while striking out six over five innings of work, and she also collected three hits and four RBIs to lead her team past ConVal.
Stephanie Bishop finished 3 for 5 with a home run and three RBIs while teammate Julia Mazzeo collected a pair of hits to go along with a pair of RBIs. Erin Tyrrell chipped in three hits during the win.
April 21: Goffstown 5, Milford 4
Gordon Shenk (8-5), Kyle Leach (8-6) won their respective singles matches then teamed up for a doubles win (8-2), but Milford came up on the short end of a 5-4 match with Goffstown.
Parker Lambert also recorded a singles win for the Spartans (2-3), who saw tight losses handed to Alan Brooks (8-6) in singles and Mitchell Lepine-Jack Burnham (9-7) in doubles.
April 21: Goffstown 6, Milford 3
Milford’s Aimee Krafft (9-8) and Julia Anderson (8-6) were singles winners in a 6-3 loss to Goffstown. Dana Mikkelsen and Katie Brown (8-4) paired up for the Spartans’ lone doubles win.
April 25: Milford girls
The Milford girls track team had an outstanding day at Saturday’s Nashua North Invitational track and field meet.
The Spartans had a good number of top-six finishers, led by sophomore Amy Arena was named track athlete of the meet with a 200-meter win in a time of 26.18 seconds, second in the 100 (12.97), and another win as a member of the 4×100 relay team (51.36) along with Olivia Rougeau, Olivia Mabbett and Nicole McMorrow.
Rougeau was runner-up in the long jump at 16 feet, 71?2 inches and third in the high jump (5-0). McMorrow finished third in the triple jump (35-05), while Mabbett was sixth in high jump (5-0). Miranda Couture placed second in the 300 hurdles (50.76), while Sydney Osorio was fourth in shot put (30-03). The girls 4×800 relay team of Rebecca Durham, Lindsay Wright, Shannon Hull and Couture placed third (10:44.26).
Souhegan’s Madeleine Hunt won the 1-mile (5:21.33), with teammate Elise Lambert taking fourth (5:41.10) in the same event, and Jane Leighton earned a third for the Sabers in the 400 (1:02.07). In the relays, Hannah Culver, Hannah Gillis, Leighton and Elise Lambert won the 4×800 in a time of 10:13.62, while Culver, Hunt, Leighton and Amy Lambert took sixth in the 4×400 (4:20.09).
The Souhegan boys also had a strong showing at the Invite, led by Eli Moskowitz, who won the 1-mile (4:28.32) and 2-mile (9:39.39).
The Sabers also had two relay teams claim top-six finishes. The 4×100 team of Sebastian Eaton, Benjamin Miller, Ali Ewiess and Matthew Blood was sixth in 45.68, while the 4×800 team also took sixth in 8:59.66. That team was made up of Garrett Earley, Cameron Behn, Billy Seguin and Thomas Lipkin.
April 22: Souhegan 17, HB 6
The Sabers managed to compile 13 hits and 11 walks en route to a victory over Hollis Brookline.
Owen Batchelder got the start for Souhegan before handing it over to Joey Grassett, who pitched the final two-plus innings.
Grassett finished his outing having allowed no runs on two hits and one walk. He also struck out three.
Batchelder, Thomas Bennett and Bryce Reagan each had multiple hits for the Sabers. Cam Crystal led Hollis Brookline with a solo home run in the first inning.
April 25: Souhegan 13,
Trevor Barrett recorded four goals and one assist, while Zach Bossi (three goals, three assists) and Joe Nutting (three goals, two assists) posted hat tricks in Souhegan’s 13-8 win over Hanover (3-2).
Wils Ezequelle (two goals) and Brendan Cray (one goal, two assists) also chipped in offensively for the Sabers (4-0). Alex Burnley stopped 15 shots and added an assist for the win in net.
April 21: Souhegan 19, North 7
Hailey Johnson scored four goals, while Emma Estabrook and Abby Cranney added three each, to lead Souhegan past Nashua North 19-7.
Laura Vincent led the way for the Titans with three goals, while Jexi Williams (two goals), Gabby Masseur (one) and Christina Sulfaro (one) also found the back of the net for North (1-3). Michelle Loranger was key for the Titans in the transition game.
The Sabers other goal scorers were Brigid Casey (two), Sammi Jay (two) and Jules Donohue.
April 22: Souhegan 16,
Man. Central 0
The Sabers got goals from 10 different scorers as they cruised to a victory over Manchester Central. Emma Estabrook and Abby Cranney had three goals apiece for Souhegan, while Katie Almedia added two goals and three assists.
April 27: Souhegan 15,
Kate Bermingham led the Sabers with a game high seven points, as she scored six goals and added an assist. Brigid Casey had a four goal game, while Sammi Jay had a hat trick. Emma Estabrook had one goal and an assist and Katie Almeida had one goal.
Hailey Johnson and Casey Johnson each had one assist. Souhegan improves to a perfect 7-0 with the win.
April 24: Souhegan 14,
Manchester West 1
Souhegan’s bats were hot on a cold spring day, as Lauren McCormick led the way going 3 for 5 with a three-run, sixth-inning home run in a 14-1 win over Manchester West. West held an early lead until Cassidy Alger broke it open with two hits, including a base-clearing double and Maddie Robicheau chipped in with three hits. Hailey Yabroudy did her job in the circle for the win, and also at the plate with two triples
April 23: HB 5, Souhegan 4
The Cavaliers took two of three doubles to get the win, with the No. 2 team of Alex Cato/Will Kinssley (8-1) and No. 3 Matt Spooner/Andrew Stram (8-6) coming out on top. HB singles winners included Cato at No. 3, 8-3; Tyler Popin at No. 5, 8-5; and Spooner at No. 6, 8-0.
For the Sabers, No. 1 Matt Lapsley (8-0), No. 2 Nathaniel Dziadek (8-0) and No. 4 Alex Frazier (9-7) won in singles while Lapsley/Dziadek (8-3) triumphed at No. 1 doubles.
April 22: Oyster River 6,
Natalie Nelson had a big day for Souhegan, but it wasn’t reflected on the scorecard as her team fell to Oyster River.
Nelson had a convicing 8-5 singles victory before teaming up with Adele Patnaude to take a doubles match. Marta Arosa earned the other singles victory for the Sabers, topping her opponent 8-1.
April 23: HB 7, Souhegan 2
The Cavaliers took five of six singles to get the win. No. 1 Nicole Hall (8-2), No. 2 Teresa Randlett (8-1), No. 3 Courtney Koran (8-0), No. 4 Sophia Bruzik (8-6) and No. 6 Stephanie Burnas (8-6) all came out on top. So did the doubles teams of Hall/Koran at No. 1, 9-8 (7-5) and Randlett/Bruzik at No. 2, 8-2.
For Souhegan, Valerie Podobniy triumphed at No. 5 singles, 8-3, as did the No. 3 doubles team of Adele Patnaude/Natalie Nelson.
April 24: St. Thomas 6,
Despite taking a pair of doubles matches, Souhegan lost to St. Thomas. Rachel Laparta and Adele Patnaude combined to win the Sabers’ first doubles match, while Sophie Knight and Anna Redway combined to beat their opponent 8-2.
Patnaude ultimately earned the lone singles win for Souhegan, an 8-1 victory.
April 22: Souhegan 3, Dover 0
The visiting Sabers made easy work of Dover, shutting out their opponent. Alex Craven led the way for Souhegan with eight kills. David Wieczerzak added five kills and three blocks in the victory while teammate Ibaad Nazeer was singled out for his numerous blocks and digs.
April 21: Bow 8, WLC 1
Jackie Bird played her first varsity singles match and came away as Wilton-Lyndeborough’s lone winner, 8-5 at sixth singles, in a tough 8-1 loss to Bow.