Cabinet High School Highlights
May 26: Windham 14, Milford 4
The Spartans couldn’t pull off a victory in their final road game of the season. Mike Pellitieri finished 2 for 3 with a home run and three RBIs. Bryce Walker smacked a home run and a triple, while Jason Blaid finished with a pair of doubles. Tyler Gendron took the loss for the Spartans.
May 26: Keene 11,
Max Urda scored three goals, but that wasn’t enough to get by Keene. Liam Shea had a goal and an assist in the loss. Weston Pare netted one goal, and Zak Keenan provided an assist.
Andrew Schoolcraft played standout defense in front of goalie Adam Audet, who stopped 10 shots. The Spartans end their season with a 2-11 record.
May 26: Windham 4,
The Spartans were shutout for only the third time this season as they fell to first-place Windham. Milford’s Carley Holtshouser went 2 for 3, and the Spartans also got hits from Erin Tyrrell, Jessica Scott and Cora Rogers. Delaney Parker got the start for Milford, allowing four runs on eight hits. She also struck out four.
May 28: Milford 9,
The Spartans finished the Division II regular season at 10-6, using a big six-run second inning. Erin Tyrrell led the way with two hits (including a double) and four RBIs.
Also going 2 for 4 were Stephanie Bishop (two RBIs) and Jen Carson (two runs scored). Cora Rogers went 2 for 3 with two runs while Jess Scott had a hit and two big two-out RBIs. Pitcher Delaney Parker got the complete game win, striking out four.
May 27: Souhegan 11,
Manchester West 1
The Sabers won their regular season finale in convincing fashion, topping Manchester West. Souhegan finishes with a 12-4 record, good for fifth in Division II.
Lefty Ian Towle pitched five innings for Souhegan, allowing four hits and two walks while striking out six.
Souhegan got on the board in the first inning, as they team plated five runs with two outs. Bryce Reagan’s two-run double gave Alvirne the lead, and Max Benevides and Kees Grondstra also knocked in runs during the frame.
Seth Learned led the offensive for Souhegan, hitting a home run and collecting three RBIs.
May 26: Souhegan 12, Concord 3
Joe Nutting’s four-goal, two-assist performance helped lead Souhegan to a convincing victory over Concord. Zach Bossi finished with three goals, and teammate Trevor Barrett netted a pair.
Brendan Cray, Robert Duarte and Wils Ezequelle also scored in the loss. Alex Burnley stopped 11 shots for the Sabers, who finish their season with a 12-4 record.
May 26: Souhegan 16,
Three players scored four goals for the Souhegan High School girls lacrosse team. Brigid Casey, Abigail Cranney and Samantha Jay – all freshmen – had four goals each to lead Souhegan to its sixth win in a row.
Katherine Almeida added two goals and three assists and Brittany Ireland and Emma Estabrook also had a goal each as Souhegan got out to a 7-1 lead in the first half and never let Bedford get closer than three goals the rest of the way.
Meaghan Allard made eight saves and Madison Angulas, Casey Johnson, Emma Fleuette and Juliane Donohue played well defensively. Haily Johnson also had an assist for the Sabers.
May 27: Souhegan 16, Salem 8
The Sabers extended their winning streak to seven games following a victory over Salem. Hailey Johnson and Katie Almeida led the way with three goals and two assists each, while Sammi Jay, Kate Bermingham and Brigid Casey each scored twice. Mackenzie Robinson, Timber Devine, Brittany Ireland and Emma Estabrook also scored in the win. Meaghan Allard stopped 11 shots for the Sabers.
May 27: Souhegan 7,
Hailey Yabroudy knocked in the go-ahead runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to give Souhegan a win over Trinity. Hannah Cochran got the start for the Sabers. allowing four runs on four hits in five-plus innings of work. Yabroudy pitched the final inning-plus. Sam Allen finished the game with a pair of RBIs, while teammate Lauren McCormick added a pair of hits.
The Sabers finish the regular season with a 10-6 record.
May 26: Division II
No. 5 Souhegan 6, No. 4 Bishop Brady 3
The Sabers upset Bishop Brady in the first round of the DII playoffs, winning 6-3.
Souhegan won their first four singles matches, getting victories from Matt Lapsley, Nathaniel Dziadek, Brendan Sileo and Alex Frazier. The combinations of Lapsley/Dziadek and Sileo/Frazier each won their doubles match, 8-5.
May 29: WLC 8, Epping 6
Christian Seley picked up his seventh win of the season, allowing just seven hits, giving up three walks, and striking out five.
Nolan Stevens and Connor Melrose led the Wilton offense, as they combined for four hits and five RBIs. Jake LeVert added a pair of hits. With the win the Warriors finish the regular season at 9-7.
May 26: WLC 17,
Hindsale 0 (5 Innings)
The Warriors snapped out of their first multi-game losing streak of the season, topping Hinsdale in five innings. Sara Holka got the start for WLC, allowing one hit in four innings. At the plate, she finished 3 for 5 with a home run.
Ally Schwab went 4 for 4 in the victory, and Lexie Balam finished with three hits.