Cabinet High School Highlights



May 13: Milford 6,
Lebanon 2

Drew Jepson (3 for 3, RBI) and Devon Pioli (2 for 3, three RBIs) paced Milford’s offense in a 6-2 road win at Lebanon. The Spartans also received clutch hitting from Mason Gaudette, Sawyer Trask and Bryce Walker, who had two hits each.

Tyler Gendron earned the win, allowing both runs over five innings of work. Gaudette saved the victory when he entered the game with no outs and the bases loaded in the sixth inning and held Lebanon scoreless the rest of the way.

May 18: Milford 2, HB 1

Mason Gaudette had a double and two RBIs for the Spartans. Tyler Gendron got the win with four innings in relief of Gaudette, who started and tossed three scoreless frames but was on a pitch count. Tom Grant took the hard-luck loss for the Cavaliers, despite giving up just two hits in seven innings.


May 14: John Stark 14, Milford 8

The Spartans fell to 2-8 despite four goals from Weston Pare and two goals and three assists from Max Urda. Liam Shea had a goal and three assists while Gabe Chevalier added a goal.

Milford goalie Adam Audet had a busy day with 20 saves.


May 18: Milford 12,
Lebanon 0

Paige Delier went 3 for 3 with a solo second-inning home run and three RBIs to lead Milford past Lebanon. Stephanie Bishop (3 for 4), Julia Mazzeo (2 for 3, including a three-run triple) and Rachel Nelson (3 for 3) also chipped in offensively for the Spartans.

Delaney Parker (four innings) and Carley Holtshouser (three innings) combined for the win in the circle.

May 18: HB 5, Milford 4

With one out and runners on first and third, Milford tried to intentionally walk Steph Buchanan, but she swung at the second pitch, hitting a slow roller to the second baseman. Buchanan was called out on the play, but Celeste Marsan scored the game winning run from third.

Kelsey Mansfield had a great day at the plate for Hollis Brookline, going 3 for 3 with two doubles, a single, and two RBIs. Buchanan went 2 for 4 with two RBIs. Kenzie Day, Victoria Sargent, Marsan, and Olivia Lukovits each had one hit. Victoria Sargent also had one RBI.

For Milford, Stephanie Bishop went 2 for 4, while Erin Tyrrell was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and a double. Paige Delier had a great game with a two-run home run and three total RBIs.

Ashley Skey pitched well for the Cavs, giving up eight hits, four runs, no walks, and striking out four. She was walked four times (three times intentionally).


May 13: HB 5, Milford 4

Hollis Brookline slipped past Milford 5-4 in an evenly played match. Alex Cate, Will Kingsley and Tyler Pepin posted singles wins for the Cavaliers, while the doubles pairings of Cate/Kingsley and Matt Spooner-Andrew Stam finished things off.

Gordon Shenk, Kyle Leach and Alan Brooks scored singles wins for the Spartans, while Shenk and Leach teamed up for a doubles victory.

May 14: Milford 6,
Windham 3

The Spartans got four singles wins to set the tone, with No. 2 Kyle Leach (8-3), No. 3 Parker Lambert (9-7), No. 6 Alan Brooks (8-2) and No. 5 Jared Blanc (8-4) all coming out on top.

The top two doubles teams of Leach/Gordon Shenk (8-1) and Lambert/Andrew Fuhs (8-3) also won.


May 13: HB 9, Milford 0

Hollis Brookline only lost four points in nine games on its way to a shutout win over Milford. Nicole Hall, Teresa Randlett and Courtney Koran won the first three singles games 8-0, as did Maddy McCann and Monika Schneider at fifth and sixth singles respectively.

Lizzy Davis allowed a couple of points to be scored on her, but still walked away an 8-2 winner at fourth singles.

In doubles action, the first and second duos of Hall/Koran and McCann/Sophia Bruzik scored 8-0 wins, while Schneider and Stephanie Burns were 8-2 winners at third doubles.


May 16: Milford 89.75,
Sanborn 62, HB 57.75, Oyster River 44.5

Milford’s Brazden Ellis won the 200 with a time of 24.2 and was second in the 100 with a time of 11.8. Jahir Romney was second in the 200 (24.4). Jake Ricca placed second in the 400 with a time of 63.6.

In the hurdles, Milford’s Max Urda was second in the 300 with a time of 45.1. The 4×100 relay team consisting of Ellis, Urda, Eric Baerenrodt and Romney came in second with a time of 46.7.

William Shepard posted a second-place finish in the pole vault with a height of 9-6. In the long jump, Romney won the event with a jump of 18-9. Teammate Russell Lippitt was second with a 17-11 jump. Dustin Post won the shot put with a throw of 37-1 and then placed second in the javelin (123-21?2). Lippitt would win the event with a throw of 139-41?2.

For HB, Guillem Pujadas took first in the 400 (52.9). Evan Porter won both the 110 hurdles (16.6) and the 300 (43.4).

Elliot Rowe won the high jump (5-4) and Kyle Hamblett came in second (5-2). Oliver Fetter won the pole vault (10-0) and was second in the shot put (36-1)

Pujadas took second in the discus with a throw of 111-21?4.


May 16: Milford 126,
Oyster River 64,
Sanborn 36, HB 34

The Spartans got huge contributions from their relay teams. The 4×100 team consisting of Olivia Mabbett, Amy Arena, Olivia Rougeau, and Nicole McMorrow took first place in a time of 50.2, while the 4×400 team placed second in 4:10.2 and was made up of Miranda Couture, McMorrow, Rougeau, and Arena. The 4×100 was not the only event that Arena took first place in, as she also won the 100 with a time of 12.6 and was second in the 200 in 25.6.

McMorrow took second in the 100 (12.9) and was first in the triple jump with a distance of 34-81?2, while Mabbett was first in the high jump (4-10) and second in the triple jump (29-101?2). Rougeau was second in the high jump with a 4-8 and took first in the long jump with a 16-31?4. Couture won the 300 hurdles with a time of 50.50. In the 800, Rebecca Durham finished second (2:26.4). In the 1,600 Durham took second in 5:26.6, and Durham was first in the javelin with a throw of 83-51?2. Lindsay Wright was second in the 3,200 (14:04.3). Brianna Lippitt won the pole vault (8-6) .

In throwing, Sydney Osorio finished first in the shot put (28-11), while Breanna DeGroot was second (28-101?2). Osorio took second in the javelin (79-6).



May 15: Souhegan 12, Milford 2

The Sabers won their third in a row, and sixth in their last seven, sweeping the season series from the Spartans.

Seth Learned led the way for Souhegan at the plate, going 3 for 4 with a double, three RBIs and two runs scored. Mike Mancini scored three runs and drove in another while Thomas Bennett also scored three times.

Alec Burns had a two-run single and Joe Grassett got the win, allowing two unearned runs and a hit while striking out three in three innings of relief.

Bryce Walker scored a run and walked three times for Milford and Mark Madigan also scored. The Spartans, who had just two hits, got both their runs in the fifth on a hit batter, two walks and three wild pitches.

May 18: Souhegan 6,
ConVal 1

Joe Grassett tossed a three hitter with zero walks and three strikeouts for the Sabers. Bryce Reagan had three hits to lead the way while Owen Batchelder, Steve Upton and Max Benevides had two hits apiece.


May 13: Souhegan 14, Salem 5

Joe Nutting scored four goals and assisted on three more, while Zach Bossi recorded a hat trick and two helpers to pace Souhegan’s offense in a 14-5 win over Salem in Amherst.

Brendan Cray (two assists) and Trevor Barrett added two goals each, while Thomas Lott, Foster Burnley and Kyle Archambeult chipped in with one goal each for the Sabers.

Coming off a 22-save effort in a 9-5 loss to Pinkerton Academy on Monday, Alex Burnley played just the first half of this Division I game. He finished with three saves and one goal allowed before giving way to Alex Maresco, who stopped four shots over the final two quarters of play.


May 18: BG 18,
Souhegan 10

Charlie O’Brien had three goals and an assist while Jordan Caito also scored three as the Cardinals improved to 13-1. Others in the BG scoring column included Tim Hinrichs (two toals, two assists), Mike Carluccio (two goals, one assist), Alex Astarita (two goals, three assists), Gage Sevigny (goal, two assists), Michael Barrett and jack McNallen (goal apiece), Nick Prunier (goal, three assists), John Bruno and Brendan MacVarish (assist apiece). Colin Casey had eight saves and Teddy McCaffrey (two saves) shared duties in net.

Joe Nutting led the Sabers (10-4) with four goals and two assists. Brendan Cray had two goals and three assists while Zach Bossi had three goals and a pair of assists. Wils Ezequelle added a goal and an assist while Taylor Farrow had an assist. Alex Burnley had 17 saves in net for the Sabers.


May 15: Souhegan 18,
Merrimack 5

The Sabers were led on offense by Hailey Johnson (five goals and one assist) and Katie Almeida (one goal and five assists), who both had six points in the win. Brigid Casey and Emma Estabrook both registered hat tricks as well. Katie Casey had two goals and two assists and Brittany Ireland scored two goals and added an assist. Abby Cranney scored a pair of goals and Gwen Hale added two assists. For Merrimack, Dana Mendes (two goals) and Julia Perry (one goal and one assist) had team highs in points. Jenny Mulligan and Callie Dwyer each added goals.


May 15: Souhegan 9,
Milford 4

The Sabers picked up their third straight win on the strength of their bats, clubbing three home runs and five extra base hits in the win over the Spartans.

Lauren McCormick came up a single short of the cycle for Souhegan, going 3 for 4 with a double, triple and a home run while driving in three and scoring three runs.

Hailey Yabroudy was 2 for 4 with two RBIs and Sam Cushing hit a two-run homer while Alli Cannava also hit a home run and Kaley Ahern had a two-run single in the seventh.

Yabroudy got the win, striking out eight in seven innings.

Milford was led by Stephanie Bishop, who was 2 for 4 with a two-run home run and scored twice, and Julia Mazzeo, who was 2 for 4 with two doubles and an RBI.


May 18: Souhegan 5, HB 4

The Sabers took four of six singles matches to help get the win to improve to 10-3. Saber singles winners included No. 1 Matt Lapsley (8-0), No. 2 nathaniel Dziadek (8-4), No. 3 Brendan Sileo (8-6) and No. 4 Alex Frazier (8-4). Sileo and Frazier teamed up for an all important 8-3 win at No. 2 doubles.

Hollis Brookline (7-6) got singles wins from No. 5 Tyler Pepin (8-4) and No. 6 Matt Spooner (8-4). The Cavs No.1 doubles team of Alex McCalmont and Jeremy Ida triumphed 9-8 (7-4) as did the No. 3 team of Pepin/Spooner (8-2).


May 18: HB 8, Souhegan 1

Singles winners for Hollis Brookline included No. 1 Nicole Hall (8-1), No. 2 Teresa Randlett (8-2), No. 3 Courtney Koran (8-3), No. 4 Lizzy Davis (8-3), and No. 5 Maddy McCann (8-0). Doubles winners were the No. 1 duo of Hall and Koran (8-5), the No. 2 duo of Randlett and Davis (8-5), and the No. 3 duo of McCann and Sophia Bruzik (9-7).

Getting the lone win for Souhegan was the No. 6 singles player Sophia Knight (8-3).


May 14: Merrimack

Nashua North had a good day at the Merrimack Invitational, finishing second in both the boys and girls meets that featured several local competitors.

In the boys meet, the Titans were right behind winner Pinkerton, 89-85. As for other local teams, Merrimack was sixth in 36.5, while Alvirne was eighth at 32, followed by Souhegan in ninth at 30.5 and Nashua South 11th with 20 points.

In the girls meet, North (66 points) was second to winner Coe-Brown, who had a dominating 106.5. Merrimack was third at 65, while Souhegan finished sixth with 35 points. Alvirne (ninth, 22) and Nashua South (13th, four points) rounded out the local teams.

Souhegan’s Eli Moskowitz took the 800 in 1:54.05. Ben Platt was third in the 400 in 51.9 as was Cameron Behn in the 300 hurdles in 44.01.

For Souhegan, Esther Johnson was second in the shot in 35-21?2 while Elise Lambert was third in the 800 in 2:23.36.


May 18: HB 3, Souhegan 1

The Cavs improved to 10-1 with scores of 25-14, 25-10, 23-25, 25-18. Aaron Campbell led the way with 20 kills and three aces, while Zac Crooks added seven kills. Bobby Ripley had 33 assists while Nate Thomas added 11 digs.



May 13: Sanborn 8, WLC 1

Maddie Bacon scored the lone win over the day for Wilton-Lyndeborough, winning first singles 8-0, in an 8-1 loss to Sanborn Regional.

Taylor Webb and Jackie Bird played well, but fell 8-4 and 8-5 respectively at second and fifth singles for the Warriors.