Hollis Brookline High School Highlights


May 21: HB 8, Goffstown 1

Singles winners for Hollis Brookline included: No. 2 Nicole Hall (8-6), No. 3 Teresa Randlett (8-4), No. 4 Lizzy Davis (8-2), No. 5 Courtney Koran (8-0), and No. 6 Audra Paradie (8-1). Doubles winners included: No. 1 Lina Tumas and Hall (8-3), No. 2 Randlett and Davis (8-3), and No. 3 Koran and Paradie (8-0).

Division II quarterfinals

May 28: No. 4 Bishop Brady 5, No. 5 HB 4

The Cavaliers season came to an end as they lost a heartbreaker to Bishop Brady in the Division II quarterfinals, 5-4.

HB got singles wins from Teresa Randlett (8-3) and Courtney Koran (9-7). Four-year starter Lian Tumas played in her final singles match, losing 8-0. The Cavaliers also earned two doubles wins. The couplings of Randlett/Lizzy David (8-1) and Koran/Audra Paradie (8-5) had convicing victories.


May 21: Goffstown 9, HB 5

Ashley Skey had a tough day in the circle, allowing seven earned runs on 11 hits and four walks while recording just one strikeout in Hollis Brookline’s 9-5 loss to visiting Goffstown.

Tori Sargent (3 for 4, run, RBI), Skey (1 for 3, double, run, two RBIs) and Kelsey Mansfield (1 for 3, RBI) had solid days at the plate for the Cavaliers (5-7), who travel to Weare Thursday to play John Stark.

May 28: HB 2,
John Stark 1

Ashley Skey had a go-ahead home run and scored both runs for the Cavs to improve their record to 6-8. Skey was also the starting pitcher for Hollis, as she went seven innings, striking out four, walking three, and allowing one earned run on eight hits. Lindsay Szewczyk had a sac fly to tie game and Steph Buchanan was 2 for 3 with a double.


May 23: HB 16,
Nashua South 5

Reagan Burns and Kati Tighe combined for eight goals to lead the Hollis Brookline offense on Senior Night. Mariah Passamonte also had a strong game for Hollis Brookline, as she scored a hat trick. Megan Sweeney also added a goal and an assist. Maddie Snow, Syd MacLeod, Bella Zampieri, and Kelley Snyder all had goals as well. For Nashua South, Jenny Halloran, Maddie Coughlin, Jasmin Petrosino, Jocelyn Chaput, and Riley Bates all had goals in the loss.