Cabinet High School Highlights



May 6: Goffstown 2,
Milford 1

Milford freshman Tyler Gendron pitched six innings of one-run ball, only to watch his masterpiece fall apart in the bottom of the seventh inning when Goffstown scored the game-winning run on a passed ball and a 2-1 final.

The Spartans tied the game in the top of the seventh inning when Mike Pellitieri drove in Sawyer Trask.

May 8: Sanborn 6,
Milford 2

The Spartans dropped their second straight, falling to Sanborn. Bryce Walker took the loss for Milford, but the junior made up for it at the plate, smacking a home run. Junior Mike Pellitieri provided Milford’s only other hit of the contest.

May 11: Milford 7,
Hanover 6

The Spartans scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh to pull off a dramatic victory.

Mike Pellitieri tied the game with an RBI double, one of his two hits in the game. Sawyer Trask then won the game on an RBI single, scoring Pellitieri. Trask finished the game 3 for 4 with two RBIs. Drew Jepson also provided a spark offensively, going 2 for 3 with four RBIs. Mark Madigan got the win for Milford (4-6), pitching three scoreless innings in relief.


May 8: Winnacunnet 13, Milford 6

The Spartans dropped their seventh straight game, falling to a practically unbeatable Winnacunnet squad.

Weston Pare, Liam Shea and Max Urda each scored a pair of goals for Milford. Tyler Duball contributed two assists in the loss.

Nick Skinner had a standout game defensively, leading the team with seven ground balls. Behind him, Tim Gagnon stopped nine shots.

May 12: Milford 9,
Keene 8 OT

Max Urda scored with 1:05 left in overtime to give the Spartans the win over the Blackbirds. Urda finished with two goals and two assists, as did Tyler Duball. Adam Audet made eight saves for Milford (2-7) and Liam Shea added two goals. Westin Pare scored a goal and had three assists and Jamey Sroka also had a goal.


May 6: Goffstown 11,
Milford 0

Carley Holtshouser (2 for 3), Julia Mazzeo (1 for 2) and Jen Carson (1 for 3) had solid days at the plate, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Goffstown’s offense in an 11-0 Spartans’ loss. Delaney Parker suffered the loss in the circle for Milford.

May 8: Sanborn 4,
Milford 0

Delaney Parker had a solid outing, but the sophomore didn’t receive any run support in Milford’s loss to Sanborn. Parker pitched all seven innings, allowing four runs on five hits and two walks. She also struck out five. Offensively, the pitcher added a pair of hits, including a double.

Erin Tyrrell also smacked a double for Milford (6-3), while teammate Jen Carson finished 2 for 3.

May 11: Milford 18,
Hanover 6

The Spartans offense, led by freshman Paige Delier, crushed Hanover pitching. Delier finished the game with two hits, including a home run, and six RBIs. Not to be outdone, Julia Mazzeo went 2 for 4 with a triple and three RBIs. Jen Carson added three hits and an RBI in the victory.

Delaney Parker got the start for Milford, pitching three scoreless innings. Carley Holtshouser and Erin Tyrrell both pitched in relief.


May 6: Coe-Brown 7,
Milford 2

Milford dropped its second straight after falling to Coe Brown. Aimee Krafft got the lone singles win for the Spartans, topping her opponent 8-6. Krafft and Erin Giles earned Milford their other victory, as the duo won their doubles match 8-6.

May 8: Bishop Brady 9, Milford 0

Despite not earning a victory against undefeated Bishop Brady, the Spartans still managed to put up quite the fight.

Gordon Shenk and Kyle Leach each had solid outings in their losses, losing 9-7 and 9-8, respectively. The duo also combined to drop their doubles match, 8-6.


May 12: Milford takes first

The Spartans had a big day in the sprints, as Amy Arena took first in both the 100 and 200 and helped the relay teams each finish first.

Nicole McMorrow was second in the 100 and Olivia Rougeau took second in the 200 and the pair teamed with Arena and Olivia Mabbett to win the 4×100 relay. Arena, McMorrow, Rougeau and Becca Durham finished first in the 4×400. Milford also got a first from Durham in the 800 and the javelin, while Alex Matsis won the 1,600 and Miranda Couture won the 300 hurdles. Brianna Lippitt finished first in the long jump and Sydney Osorio won the discus.


May 12: Milford
finishes second

The Spartans were the runnerup in a meet at John Stark. Brazden Ellis came in first in the 100 and was second in the 200 while Tirell O’Brien won the 110 hurdles. Eric Bearenrodt came in second in the 100 and Dustin Post was second in the shot put and the javelin. Ellis, Baerenrodt, Shawn Jewett and Jahir Romney won the 4×100 relay.



May 6: Souhegan 14,
Windham 1

The Sabers offense compiled 16 hits as they blew out Pembroke. Ian Towle led the way on the mound for Souhegan, allowing one earned run on three hits and three walks. The senior also struck out six in seven innings.

Thomas Bennett, Seth Learned and Alec Burns had three hits apiece for Souhegan, with Bennett and Burns each knocking in a pair of runs.

May 8: Portsmouth 8, Souhegan 1

The Portsmouth offense jumped all over Souhegan starter Owen Batchelder and the Sabers could never recover. Batchelder ultimately pitched three-plus innings, allowing seven runs on eight hits and one walk. He also struck out one. Tucker Aiello and Travis Woods pitched in relief, allowing a combined one run.

Bryce Reagan led Souhegan with two hits, while Batchelder and Mike Mancini added the team’s other two hits. Reagan played standout defense in the loss.

May 11: Souhegan 4,
Lebanon 3

Joey Grassett’s RBI single scored Stevie Upton, whose single had tied the game, with the game-winner in the bottom of the seventh.

Saber junior Joey Grassett picked up the win, allowing three runs on four hits over seven innings, striking out three and walking one. Seth Learned played well defensively in center field.


May 7: Souhegan 10, Nashua North 9

Joe Nutting had a dominant game for Souhegan, as he tallied seven goals and an assist in the Sabers’ ninth win of the season. Brendan Cray had a five -point game with a pair of goals and three assists. Trevor Barrett had one goal and an assist.

In goal for Souhegan, Alex Burnley made seven stops, while North’s Hanzla Sheikh made 16.

May 9: Londonderry 16, Souhegan 11

The Sabers’ nine-game unbeaten streak came to a close on Saturday morning, as Souhegan fell to Londonderry. Joe Nutting and Brendn Cray led the way for Souhegan, as the duo each scored three goals and added one assist.

Trevor Barrett also scored three goals in the loss. Wils Ezequelle netted two goals for Souhegan while teammate Zach Bossi contributed four assists.

Alex Burnley stopped 11 shots for the Sabers


May 6: Souhegan 18,
Manchester Central 3

Brittany Ireland tallied three goals and three assists to lead Souhegan to a convincing victory over Manchester Central.

Brigid Casey and Abby Cranney also netted three goals in the victory, while Sami Jay and Emma Estabrook each scored a pair. Katie Almeida, Hailey Johnson, Katie Casey, Timber Devine and Mallory Chamberlain also scored in the victory.

Meaghan Allard stopped four shots for the Sabers.

May 8: Souhegan 18,
Dover 6

Hailey Johnson and Brigid Casey each scored four goals to lead Souhegan past Dover. The Sabers had assists on 15 of their 18 goals, highlighted by Katie Almeida’s game-high seven assists. The senior also netted a goal in the victory.

Meaghan Allard was in net for Souhegan (11-1) and the sophomore stopped eight Dover shots.

May 12: Souhegan 10,
Londonderry 9

The Sabers got out a three-goal lead in the first half and held on to knock off the Lancers. Katie Almeida led Souhegan (12-1) with three goals while Emma Estabrook, Abby Cranney and Sammi Jay each added two goals. Brittany Ireland also scored a goal for the Sabers and Hailey Johnson had an assist.

Meaghan Allard made eight saves for Souhegan.


May 8: Souhegan 6,
Portsmouth 3

Hailey Yabroudy led Souhegan on the mound and at the plate, carrying her team to a victory over Portsmouth.

The starting pitcher allowed only a pair of hits and three walks in seven innings of work, striking out six along the way. The sophomore also smacked a three-run home run in the third inning. Leadoff hitter Maddie Robichau went 3 for 4 in the game, knocking in one and scoring a run.


May 6: Souhegan 6,
Windham 3

After starting the season 1-2, the Sabers have now won four straight after they topped Windham.

Matt Lapsley, Nathaniel Dziadek, Bendan Sileo and Alex Frazier each earned singles victories for Souhegan. Meanwhile, the Lapsley/Dziadek duo and the Sileo/Frazier grouping each won their doubles match.

May 8: Souhegan 9,
Pembroke 0

Singles winners for the Sabers included: No. 1 Matt Lapsley (8-1), No. 2 Nathaniel Dziadek (8-1), No. 3 Bendan Sileo (8-3), No. 4 Alex Frazier (8-0), No. 5 James Kibbie (8-1), and No. 6 Austin Quinlan (8-1). In doubles, winners included the No. 1 duo of Lapsley and Dziadek (8-3), the No. 2 duo of Sileo and Frazier (8-3), and the No. 3 duo of Jacob Laciallade and Nick Durling (8-5).


May 12: Sabers come
in second

Souhegan recorded 48.5 points to come in second behind Portsmouth (100) and ahead of Coe-Brown (47) and Pittsfield (4.5). Leading the way was Benjamin Miller, who won the 100 (11.6), and Cameron Behn, who won the 300 hurdles (43.1). Also finishing first were Jerrell Webster in the high jump (6-0) and Peter Forster in the long jump (19-31?4) while John Nogueira tied for first in the pole vault (11-0).


May 12: Souhegan
finishes third

The Sabers recorded 32 points to finish third behind Coe-Brown (104) and Portsmouth (63). Esther Johnson took first in the shot put (36-3), the discus (107-2) and the javelin (103-7) to lead the Sabers.

Mikayla Hickey finished second in the 100 and the long jump while Hannah Howe was fourth in the high jump and the pole vault.



May 6: WLC 16,
Newmarket 3

For the fourth time in five games, the Warriors scored double-digit runs as they cruised to a victory over Newmarket.

Zandra Morris and Tessa Simpson had the biggest hits for Wilton, as the duo each hit home runs in the victory.

Lexie Balam ended up getting the win for the Warriors, as the starter pitched well in four innings of work. Sara Holka finished the game in the fifth.


May 6: WLC 6, Pelham 3

Despite only dressing five girls, the Warriors still managed to pull of an impressive victory over Pelham.

Maddy Bacon, Taylor Webb, Tatum Vanderheyden, Suzie Lemire and Jackie Bird each earned singles victories for Wilton. Webb and Lemire also combined to take their doubles match, 8-5.

May 8: Monadnock 9,

Tatum Vanderheyden was the lone highlight for the Warriors, losing a close match by a tiebreaker of 9-8 (3).

May 11: WLC 7,
Kearsarge 2

The Warriors bounced back as they started off with five consecutive wins. Maddie Bacon, Taylor Webb, Tatum Vanderheyden, Suzie Lemire and Jackie Bird each earned singles victories.

The Warriors got consecutive wins to start the doubles portion, as the Bacon/
Vanderheyden combination and Webb/Lemire duo easily topped their opponents.


May 5: WLC takes sixth

The Campbell boys track team recorded 120 points to win a six-team home meet. Wilton-Lyndeborough finished sixth with 16 points. WLC was led by Hans Kemmerer, who was third in the high jump, and Samuel Bailey was fourth in the shot put. Ben Ducharme was fifth in the 3,200 and Kenny Morin took sixth.

May 7: Warriors
finish third

WLC came in third with 14.5 points, finishing behind Bow (120.5) and Concord Christian (38).

Hans Kemmerer won the long jump (16-4) and was fourth in the 100 while Ben Ducharme was second in the 3,200 and Ken Morin was third.

Kemmerer, Ducharme, Dylan Boot and Jacob Yurack took third in the 4×100 relay. Boot and Yurack tied for fourth in the high jump and Samuel Bailey tied for second in the shot put.

May 12: WLC takes third

The Cougars recorded 179 points to win a five-team meet, while Wilton-Lyndeborough came in third with 33 points. For the Warriors, Hans Kemmerer was second in the 400 and Samuel Bailey was second in the shot put and third in the discus.


May 5: Warriors
finish seventh

The Cougars recorded 95 points to finish 10 points ahead of Bishop Brady in a seven-team meet in Litchfield. Wilton-Lyndeborough also finished seventh with 16 points. For WLC, Emma Kross finished fourth in the 100 hurdles while Kelsey Randlett was sixth in the 400 and Alyssa Minott was sixth in the discus.

May 7: WLC places third

The Warriors recorded 16.5 points to place behind Bow (122.5) and Concord Christian (20).

Emma Kross finished second in the shot put and fourth in the 100 hurdles while Charlotte Bailey took second in the javelin and third in the shot put.

Emily Yurcak was third in the discus, third in the javelin and fourth in the shot put. Alyssa Minott was second in the discus.

May 12: Warriors
finish second

Campbell finished first in a four-team meet with 138 points, while Wilton-Lyndeborough came in second with 54. Katie Hanish led the Warriors by finishing first in the 400 (1:10.84) while Charlotte Bailey was first in the javelin (71-11?2).