Hollis Brookline High School Highlights


May 14: HB 6, Souhegan 1

Cam LaFleur got the win for the Cavs, as he went five innings, striking out nine, and walking one. Shea Whalen pitched two inning of relief and allowed just one earned run. For the Sabers, on offense, Chandler MacKenzie had the lone RBI, while all six runs came in the second inning for HB.


May 14: Souhegan 11, HB 7

Val Mukai swatted a go-ahead three-run homer in top of the seventh inning and Lauren McCormick followed with a solo shot of her own as Souhegan pulled out a last-inning comeback win over Hollis Brookline.

Hailey Yarbroudy earned the win in relief, taking the circle in the second inning and allowing two runs on two hits while striking out four.

Ashley Skey suffered the loss for the Cavaliers, allowing 14 hits and nine earned runs while striking out three and walking three more. Offensively, Skey was 2 for 4 with a run scored and an RBI. Olivia Lukovits (2 for 3, run, RBI) and Stephanie Buchanan (1 for 4, run, two RBIs) also had solid days at the plate for HB (5-6).


May 14: Oyster River 5, HB 4

Lian Tumas (8-4), Nicole Hall (8-3) and Teresa Randlett (8-3) swept the first three singles matches for Hollis Brookline, but the Cavaliers followed that up with three-straight losses and then a pair of doubles defeats in a 5-4 loss to Oyster River. Tumas and Hall paired up to win 9-7 at first doubles for the Cavaliers.

May 15: HB 8, Windham 1

Singles winners for HB included: No. 2 Nicole Hall (8-0), No. 3 Lizzy Davis
(8-2), No. 4 Courtney Koran (8-0), No. 5 Audra Paradie (8-0), and No. 6 Melanie Murphy (8-1). Doubles winners included: No. 1 Lian Tumas and Hall (9-8), No. 2 Koran and Paradie (8-0), and No. 3 Murphy and Monika Schneider (8-5). The Cavs are now 8-3 on the season.

May 19: HB 7, Trinity 2

The Cavaliers swept doubles to secure the match. Hollis’ singles winners included No. 1 Lian Tumas (9-7), No. 4 Lizzy Davis (8-2), No. 5 Courtney Koran (8-1) and No. 6 Audra Paradie (8-0). The doubles teams of Tumas/Nicole Hall (8-4), Teresa Randlett/Davis (8-3) and Koran/Melanie Murphy (8-2) took care of the rest.


May 15: Salem 11, HB 9

Going into the half, HB was down 10-4. A defensive adjustment and it quickly became a new game with the Lady Cavs dominating on the offense and taking apart the Blue Devils defense outscoring them 5-1 in the second half.

Jess Ciarcia was the critical spark and Maggie O’Hara had another solid day in the goal with 8 saves. On offense, Meg Sweeney led the Cavs with four goals. Mariah Passamonte also played well, as she scored two goals and added an assist. Holly Eisenberg, Regan Burns, Sydney MacLeod, and Shae Berry all each registered a point.

May 19: HB 15,
Manchester Memorial 8

The Cavaliers took a six-goal lead into halftime and never looked back. Regan Burns led Hollis with five goals while teammates Mariah Passamonte and Meg Sweeney each scored four. Katie Tighe, Fiona Kennedy, Hannah MacLeod and Marin Owens also found the back of the net.

Gigi Eliopoulos and Jess Ciarcia had solid games defensively, helping out goalie Maggie O’Hara, who stopped five shots.