Cabinet High School Highlights



May 22: ConVal 6,
Milford 3

After having topped ConVal earlier in the season, the Spartans received some payback on Friday, falling to the Cougars. Bryce Walker led the way offensively with three hits. Sawyer Trask took the loss for the Spartans.


May 20: Goffstown 13, Milford 5

Liam Shea and Max Urda scored two goals each and Weston Pare added one of his own, but it was far from enough to overcome Goffstown’s offense in a 13-5 loss at home. Collin Cederberg and Zak Keenan chipped in with assists, while Andrew Schoolcraft played well defensively and goalie Adam Audet recorded nine saves in defeat for the Spartans.

May 22: Windham 17, Milford 8

The Spartans dropped their third straight game, falling to Windham. Max Urda led the way for Milford, scoring two goals and adding four assists. Liam Shea and Weston Pare each scored twice in the loss, while Jamey Sroka and Gabe Chevalier each scored once. Adam Audet had 16 saves for the Spartans.


May 22: Milford 15,
ConVal 0 (5 Innings)

Carley Holtshouser led the Spartans on the mound and at the plate, helping her team to a convincing win over ConVal. The sophomore pitched four innings, walking none and striking out six. At the plate, she went 3 for 4 with a pair of doubles and two RBIs.

Jen Carson finished 3 for 3 with three runs scored and a pair of RBIs. Cora Rogers added two doubles and five RBIs while teammate Jess Scott finished with two doubles and three RBIs.


May 20: Milford 7,
Trinity 2

Singles winners for Milford included: No. 1 Kyle Leach 8-3, No. 4 Jared Blanc 8-0, No. 5 Alan Brooks (8-0), and No. 6 Mitchell Lepine (8-0). Doubles winners included: No. 1 duo Kyle Leach and Parker Lambert (8-3), No. 2 duo Alan Brooks and Jack Burnham (8-3), and the No. 3 duo Andrew Fuhs and James Halstead (8-1).


May 19: Milford wins
cluster meet

The Spartans recorded 155 points to finish first at the eight-team Southern Cluster Meet, held at Hollis Brookline. Pelham was second with 136.5 points and Souhegan took third with 95.5. HB was fourth with 37.5.

Nicole McMorrow and Amy Arena tied for first in the 100-meter dash, finishing in 12.5 seconds, to lead Milford. Arena was also first in the 200 (26.4) and the high jump (4-10) while McMorrow took first in the triple jump (35-6).

Rebecca Durham also won multiple events, taking first in the 800 (2:27.6) and the 1,600 (5:30.5) while also finishing third in the javelin. Miranda Couture took first in the 300 hurdles (50.5) while Olivia Rougeau came in second in the high jump and the long jump while also placing fifth in the 200. Shannon Hull finished second in the 3,200 and Madison Gagnon came in sixth while Alex Matsis was second in the 1,600 and fifth in the 800.

Brianna Lippitt finished second in the pole vault while Hanna Hmebrow took third and Lindsay Wright was sixth. Sydney Osorio took fourth in the shot put and Milford also won the 4×100 (51.1).

Esther Johnson led the Sabers, winning the shot put (32-101?2), the discus (105-10) and the javelin (103-10) while Mikayla Hickey won the long jump (16-91?2) and was third in the 100. Souhegan took first in the 4×400 (4:18.4) and the 4×800 (10:00.5) and Elise Lambert came in third in the 400 and fifth in the triple jump.

Hannah Howe tied for fourth in the pole vault and fifth in the high jump while Jane Leighton came in fourth in the 200 and Anna Farrow was sixth. Shannon Earley took third in the 1,600.

May 22: Milford
at Crimson Classic

Track and field athletes from around the state collected in Concord to participate in the 16th Annual Crimson Tide Capital Classic.

Milford had several girls finish well. Nicole McMorrow (100 dash, triple jump), Amy Arena (200 dash, 400 dash) and Olivia Rougeau (high jump, long jump) each earned a pair of first-place finishes for the Spartans.

Rebecca Durham added a second-place finish in the 100-meter dash.

On the boy’s side, Milford’s William Shepard took home gold in the pole vault, while teammate Tim Tamulonis finished second in the same event.



May 20: Windham 6, Souhegan 5

Ian Towle took a hard loss for the Sabers, as he pitched seven innings, allowed all six runs, struck out seven, and walked only one. Windham would walk off in the bottom of the seventh inning.

At the plate, Thomas Bennett had a three hit game, while Owen Batchelder, Bryce Reagan, and Max Benevides had two hits each.

On defense, both Stevie Upton and Seth Learned had great catches in the outfield.


May 19: Souhegan 20, Nashua South 3

The Sabers jumped out to a 10-1 lead in the first half and cruised past the Panthers.

Abby Cranney led Souhegan with four goals and two assists while Brigid Casey and Sammi Jay had three goals apiece. Katie Almeida had a goal and four assists while Katie Casey, Hailey Johnson and Casey Johnson (assist) added two goals each.

Also scoring for the Sabers (14-1) were Kaylin Forest, Brittany Ireland and McKenzie Robinson while Meaghan Allard made three saves.

South (1-12) got two goals from Alyssa Freeman and Jocelyn Chaput had the other. Kay Tenney made six saves.


May 20: Windham 5, Souhegan 4

The Jaguars and Sabers exchanged the lead four times, but Windham ended up on top with a 5-4 win over Souhegan Sabers in nine innings.

Hailey Yabroudy took the loss for Souhegan, pitching eight innings, allowing five runs on 10 hits, striking out six, and walking one. At the plate for Souhegan, Lauren McCormick was 2 for 4 with a run scored and an RBI. Yabroudy was 1 for 3 with a pair of RBIs.


May 19: Souhegan wins cluster meet

The Sabers took first place at the eight-team Southern Cluster Meet at Hollis Brookline, recording 139.25 points. Pelham was second with 113.5 points. HB came in fourth with 58.25 and Milford was fifth with 56.25.

The Sabers were led by Sebastian Eaton, who won the 100 (11.1) and the 200 (23.1), and Peter Forster, who won the high jump (5-8) and the long jump (20-3). Eli Moskowitz finished first in the 1,600 (4:23.7) and Ben Platt won the 3,200 (10:22). Jon Nogueira tied for first in the pole vault (10-6) and Souhegan also won the 4×100 (47.8) and the 4×400 (3:36.5).

Jerrell Webster and Tim Robinson took second and tied for third, respectively, in the high jump and Benjamin Miller and Matthew Blood were tied for second and fourth, respectively, in the 100. Cameron Behn was second in the 300 hurdles and Tom Robinson was third in the javelin and fifth in the discus. Dean Paquette was fifth in the shot put.

Milford was led by Dustin Post, who was second in the javelin and fourth in the shot put, and Jake Ricca, who was second in the discus and fourth in the 400. Tim Tamulonis finished third in the pole vault and fifth in the 400 and William Shepard tied for fourth in the pole vault.

Eric Baerenrodt came in sixth in the 200 while Blake Audibert was sixth in the 3,200 and Tirell O’Brien was sixth in the triple jump.


May 23: Sabers run
at Londonderry

The best athletes from New Hampshire gathered at the home of the Lancers for the fourth annual Londonderry Invitational.

Souhegan had a number of girls finish in the top three, including Madeleine Hunt, who finished first in the 800-meter run. Also placing top three for the Sabers were Hannah Gillis (second, 3,200), Jane Leighton (third, 400) and Mikayla Hickey (third, long jump).

Other local competitors to finish top three were Hollis Brookline’s Madylin Partridge (third, 1,600).

Sebastian Eaton led the way for the Souhegan boys, placing third in both the 100-meter and 200-meter dash. Peter Forster added a third-place finish in the high jump.



May 20: WLC 5,
Inter-Lakes 4

Singles winners for the Warriors included: No. 1 Taylor Webb (8-4), No. 3 Suzie Lemire (8-5), and No. 4 Jackie Bird (8-4).

Doubles winners included: No. 1 duo Webb and Lemire (8-2) and No. 2 Tatum Vanderheyden and Bird (8-2). Wilton was short one player and as a result forfeited their final doubles match and each player had to play up one position.