Hollis Brookline High School Highlights
April 14: HB 8, Souhegan 1
Cam LaFlure helped the Cavaliers open with a win both on the mound and at the plate. LaFlure pitched five innings to get the win, striking out 12 and walking one, and the senior was also 2 for 3 at the plate with two walks and three steals.
Austin Pigott was also 2 for 3, including a two-run single in HB’s three-run second inning.
Stevie Upton had two hits in the loss for Souhegan, while Chandler MacKenzie made two outstanding catches in right field behind starting pitcher Seth Learned.
April 11: HB 6, Coe-Brown 3
Nicole Hall (No. 2, 8-4 victory), Teresa Randlett (No. 3, 8-1) and Lizzy Davis (No. 4, 8-6) recorded singles wins for the Cavaliers, who then swept the doubles matches to improve to 2-0 on the season. The teams of Lian Tumas/Hall, Randlett/Davis and Courtney Koran/Audra Paradie all recorded 8-2 wins to seal the victory
April 14: HB 9, ConVal 0
The Cavs were hardly challenged, with singles wins by Lian Tumas (9-7), Nicole Hall (8-2), Teresa Randlett (8-2), Lizzy Davis (8-2), Courtney Koran (8-3) and Audra Paradie (8-3). The doubles teams of Tumas/Hall (8-5), Randleett/Davis (8-2) and Koran/Paradie (8-3) also cruised.
April 14: Souhegan 18, HB 3
Mickenzie Larivee (one assist) and Katie Almieda each had four goals to lead the Sabers. Madison Learned (three goals, three assists), Jesse Jay (two goals, three assists), Jocelyn Donohue (two goals), Olivia Durling (goal, two assists), Kate Bermingham and Emma Estabrook (goal, assist each) also scoredfinished the scoring for the winners.
Meg Sweeney, Moriah Passamonte and Holly Eisenberg each had a goal and an assist for the Cavs, who also got an assist from Fiona Kennedy.
HB goalie Bella Zampieri had three saves for the Cavs while Sami Beaudry (three saves) and Meaghan Allard (two) split the job for the Sabers (1-0).
April 11: Cavs finish third
Both the HB boys and girls track teams finished third in a four-team meet at Souhegan. The boys recorded 42 points to finish behind Souhegan (104) and Pelham (66) and ahead of ConVal (40), while the girls had 54 points, behind Souhegan (85) and Pelham (84) and ahead of ConVal (34).
For the girls, Emma Newton was first in the 1,600-meter run, finishing in 5:15.7, while Sarah Cramton took second in the same event. Emily Babcock also finished fourth and Madylin Patridge came in fifth.
Lindsey Beauregard took first in the triple jump (34-1/4) and was thrid in the javelin while Alexis Gliser was fifth in the javelin.
Rachel Flanagan won the 400 in 1:06.4, tied for first in the high jump (4-6) and came in third in the 200. Lauren Cole and Alison Wagner tied for fourth in the high jump.
Suzanne Kagenski finished second in the 400 while Samantha Slater was fourth in the discus and Amanda McDonough finished fifth in the shot put and the discus.
Ellie Caswell was fourth in the 300 hurdles and Nicola Chomiak was fifth in the same event, while Grace Anneser finished fifth in the 100 hurdles. The Cavs also placed second in the 4×400 relay.
On the boys side, Bryce Bowen was first in the 300 hurdles (43.7) and took third in the long jump while Evan Porter was third in the 110 hurdles.
Christian Parenteau won the 800, finishing in 2:08.4, and came in fourth in the 200 and Jason Harworth was fifth in the same event. Ray LaForest won the shot put (38-9) and finished fifth in the discus.
Kyle Lorden came in fifth in the 400 and Sean Zapolski finished third in the 3,200. Mark Thibeault finished third in the triple jump Cam Tulley was tied for fourth in the high jump. The Cavs also won the 4×100 relay, finishing in 46.1.