Cabinet High School Highlights
May 4: Milford 11,
Merrimack Valley 0
Sawyer Trask struck out six and allowed two hits over four innings to lead Milford past Merrimack Valley. Bryce Walker led the Spartans with three hits and three RBIs. Mike Pellitieri went 3-for-3 with an RBI while teammate Tyler Gendron chipped in two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored.
May 1: Timberlane 19, Milford 6
Junior midfielder Max Urda had three goals and a pair of assists but the Spartans fell to Timberlane of Plaistow. Liam Shea and Gabe Chevalier each had one goal and an assist, Ben Noble had a goal and Tyler Duball each had an assist.
Adam Audet made eight saves in goal for Milford.
May 5: Windham 13,
The Spartans dropped their sixth game in a row, falling to the Jaguars.
Weston Pere had the lone goal for Milford (1-6), getting an assist from Tyler Duval. Adam Audet made 13 saves for the Spartans, who host Winnacunnet at 4 p.m. on Friday.
May 2: Milford
girls run well
The Milford girls track team finished fifth with 41 points at the Black Bear Invitational, at Coe-Brown Academy in Northwood.
Nicole McMorrow led the way with a first place in the triple jump (35-5) and the 4×100-meter relay team also came in first (50.41). Amy Arena came in second in the 100 and the 200 and Olivia Rougeau was fourth in the long jump. Rebecca Durham came in sixth in the discus.
For the boys, Tim Tamulonis took third in the pole vault.
May 4: Souhegan 12,
St. Thomas 11 (8 Innings)
The Sabers won in dramatic fashion, coming from behind in extra innings to top St. Thomas. A shaky top of the eighth inning left Souhegan in a two-run hole heading into the bottom of the frame. Seth Learned reversed Souhegan’s fortunes, giving his team the victory with a three-run home run.
Owen Batchelder smacked a two-run homer in the victory, and teammate Alex Burns chipped in a solo home run. Travis Woods earned his first varsity victory, pitching two-plus innings of relief.
May 2: Souhegan 19,
Manchester Central 2
Joe Nutting and Robbie Duarte both posted four-goal, two-assist games to lead undefeated Souhegan in a lopsided win over Manchester Central.
The Sabers jumped out to a 5-0 first quarter lead over the Little Green, upped it to 11-0 by halftime, extended it to 15-1 through three quarters and closed out with the 19-2 victory.
Zach Bossi and Foster Burnley also posted identical lines with two goals and two assists each for Souhegan.
May 4: Souhegan 11,
Souhegan extended its unbeaten streak to eight after they topped Londonderry.
Wils Ezequelle led the Sabers with three goals and two assists. Joe Nutting, Brendan Cray and Zach Bossi each scored twice in the win while Trevor Barrett and Taylor Farrow each scored once. Alex Burnley had 18 saves for the Sabers.
April 29: Souhegan 9, Portsmouth 6
Kate Bermingham’s three goals and two assists led Souhegan past Portsmouth in a close contest. Abby Cranney and Sammi Jay each scored a pair of goals for the Sabers, while Katie Almedia and Brigid Casey each netted one.
Jules Donohue and Casey Johnson played standout defense in front of goalie Meaghan Allard, who stopped nine Portsmouth shot attempts.
May 1: Souhegan 19, HB 7
The Sabers extended their unbeaten streak to nine as they easily topped Hollis Brookline.
Abby Cranney led the Sabers with three goals, one of 12 Souhegan players to score. Katie Casey, Sammi Jay, Brigid Casey, Kate Bermingham and Kaylin Forest each netted a pair of goals while Hailey Johnson, Katie Almeida, Timber Devine, Emma Estabrook, Gwen Hale and Brittany Ireland each scored once.
Meaghan Allard stopped five shots in net for Souhegan.
Shae Berry led HB with three goals, while teammate Maria Passamonte chipped in two. Celeste Fetters and Holly Eisenberg also scored in the loss.
May 4: Needham 12, Souhegan 5
The Sabers lost their first game of the season, falling to an impressive Needham, Mass., squad, 12-5. Kate Bermingham led Souhegan with two goals. Katie Almeida, Abby Cranney and Sammi Jay also scored in the loss.
Hailey Johnson had a standout game at midfield, as the junior played aggressively from the start of the game. Meaghan Allard stopped seven shots for Souhegan.
April 29: Coe-Brown 4, Souhegan 3 (8 inn.)
The Sabers rallied in the top of the seventh inning, but Coe-Brown struck back, taking the game in extra innings. After trailing by three entering their final half inning, Hailey Yabroudy and Hannah Cochran got their team started with back-to-back singles. Sam Cushing knocked in both runners on a ground-rule double, and she later scored on a Kayle Ahern sacrifice fly.
Coe-Brown secured the victory in the bottom of the eighth on a rolling line drive to the gap. Yabroudy took the loss for Souhegan. The sophomore allowed six hits and struck out six.
May 4: St. Thomas 2, Souhegan 1
Hailey Yabroudy was dominant on the mound, but the sophomore got little run support in Souhegan’s loss to St. Thomas. Yabroudy pitched all seven innings, allowing only four hits and no earned runs. She also provided the Sabers lone offense, tallying the team’s only hit. Souhegan ultimately scored their run on a passed ball.
May 4: Souhegan 5,
St. Thomas 4
Singles winners for the Sabers included No. 1 Matt Lapsley (8-2), No. 3 Bendan Sileo (8-6), and No. 4 Alex Frazier (8-6). In doubles, the No. 1 duo of Lapsley and Nathaniel Dziadek won their match (9-8), while the No. 2 duo of Sileo and Frazier won 8-6.
May 2: Souhegan
boys take 2nd
The Souhegan boys track team finish second with 53 points at the Black Bear Invitational, held at Coe-Brown Academy in Northwood, while the girls came in 10th with 23 points.
Leading the way for the boys were Eli Moskowitz, who won the 1,600-meter run in 4:15.64, and Cameron Behn, who won the 300 hurdles in 42.68. The Sabers also won the 4×100 (45.37) and the 4×800 (8:32.7).
Sebastian Eaton came in third in the 100 and fifth in the 200 while Jon Nogueria was fourth in the pole vault and Ben Platt took sixth in the 3,200.
For the girls, Mikayla Hickey won the long jump (17-10) while Jane Leighton took fourth in the 400 and Madeleine Hunt was sixth in the 1,600. The girls also came in second in the 4×800 relay.
May 1: WLC 19,
Sara Holka and Lexie Balam combined to pitch a two-hitter as Wilton-Lyndeborough cruised to a dominant victory over Newmarket. Every member of the Warriors lineup had a hit, highlighted by Tesa Simpson’s two-run home run.
May 4: WLC 12, Hinsdale 0
Sara Holka and Lexi Balam combined to pitch a one-hitter, leading Wilton to a victory over Hinsdale. The duo stuck out ten batters in five innings.
Holka also led the way at the plate, going 2-for-3 with four RBIs. Balam added three hits while Tesa Simpson and Lori Blais each added a pair of hits.
The victory improves the Warriors’ record to 7-1.
May 4: Conant 9, WLC 0
The Warriors were unable to overcome a shorthanded roster, falling to Conant. WLC faced an initial up-hill battle after dressing only four girls, meaning they had to default their fifth and sixth singles match as well as their third doubles match. The Warriors lost another player due to overheating, meaning the team could compete in four matches.
Maddy Bacon put up the best fight for WLC, losing 8-4.