Milford’s DeBernardo wins 100th!
The Spartans had a great outing at the Winnacunnet Invitational winning all three of their matches. Milford beat Campbell 39-32, Lisbon (Maine) 34-28, and Kearsarge 48-21.
Ricky DeBernardo scored his 100th victory by fall for the Spartans. Others winning matches were Dominic Goulette, Deacon Currier, Rudy Schnare, Ethan Briggs, Trevor Grenier, and Rory O’Connor.
ConVal 62, Milford 54
The Spartans (5-5) were down for most of the game and couldn’t get back into it. Jamie Pare had a
good performance with 22 points and Max Fortin put in 14. Milford plays Hollis Brookline on Friday.
Milford 55, Manchester West 47
The Spartans (5-4) snapped their three game losing streak with a strong defensive effort. Milford
outlasted with an 18-4 run in the fourth quarter. Jamie Pare was the high scorer with 20 points, Sam
Santaniello added 18 (scored 14 of 18 points in fourth quarter), and John Huston added nine.
Souhegan 57, Windham 48
The Sabers (7-4) notched their fourth win a row in a back and forth match. With the score tied at halftime Souhegan took control in the third quarter. Andersen Geffrard had a team high 24 points, Ryan Hickey and Matt McCool both had nine, and Jeff Boehm added six.
Milford 35, Manchester West 29
Make it two in a row for the Spartans after beating West Friday night. Bre Degroot led the team with 13 points and Elizabeth Paul followed with eight points.
Salem 3, Nashua North-Souhegan 1
The Saber Titans for the second straight game played well, especially defensively, but fell short to fall to 0-11. Chris Constant got the only goal for North-Souhegan, which hosts Concord on Wednesday.
The Sabers finished fourth at their meet at Yankee Lanes in Keene. Jenna Speer averaged 147, Jen McNally bowled a 139, and Taylor Rendall had a 138 on the day.
Souhegan put together a season high team series of 1361. The Sabers tied Keene at
148 to force a roll off, but came up short in the tie breaker.
Souhegan, Milford at final UNH Morning Session. Souhegan and Milford competed against all Division II teams.
The Milford girls were led by Rebecca Durham who set a new school record in the 600 meters in 1:40.84, taking third.
She now owns all of the indoor track records from 600 to the two-mile.
She also led off the first-place 4×400 relay team (4:25.04) along with Robyn Krafft, Renee Wilson, and Meg Sawyer.
The same four girls also placed second in the 4×160 relay at 1:31.74. The girls 4×800 relay took the win in 10:39.54 with Ashleigh Matsis, MaKayla Sullivan, Liz Rodil, and Destiny Bartlett.
Viankah Williams (16-1.5) and Renee Wilson (15-4.25) went 1-2 in the long jump. Robyn Krafft placed fifth in the shot put at 32-1.25.
The Milford boys posted a pair of relay wins: The 4×800 (Caleb Korthals, Ben Valliant, Cam O’Shaughnessy, and Blake Audibert) in 8:51.54 and the 4×160 relay (Matt Hannon, Victor Garcia, Cam O’Shaughnessy, Josh Shaw) in 1:19.4.
Victor Garcia placed fourth in the long jump (19-4.25) and Blake Audibert was fourth in the 1500 at 4:24.84.
The Souhegan girls had a fine performance as well. Abby Cranney was second in the 55 meters (7.84) and the 300 (43.64).
Elise Lambert also delivered a pair of runner-up places, in the 600 1:38.84 and the high jump, clearing 5-2.
Jane Leighton was second in the 1500 meters in 4:55.04.
The 4×400 relay of Leighton, Marissa Romano, Lambert and MacKenzie Hayden was second in 4:27.44.
The 4×800 of Jenny Ladd, Hayden, Adrianna Zlotnick and Molly Jennings was third as was the 4×160 group of Cranney, Hannah Rowe, Katie Noyes and Kayla Kilcrease.
Milford swam against Pinkerton, Souhegan, Winnacunnet, Mascenic and Wilton. Calista Chappell got her first two state meet cuts in the 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle.
Alice Danas placed third in the 200 IM and second in the 100 fly.
Allie DeGraffenreid placed fourth in the 50 free. Elaine Danas placed third in the 200 freestyle with a state meet cut and fourth in the 100 breaststroke.
Tim Gagnon had strong swims in the 50 and 100 freestyle.