Hollis Brookline High School Highlights

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Sept. 5: HB 3,
Manchester Central 0

The Cavs made quick work of Central, with scores of 25-7, 25-13, and 25-7. Maddy Blake had a strong game with 14 service points, while Kaitlin Kozsan added another 11 service points. Emma Tanner and Hannah Balfour both had nine service points.

Sept. 8: Dover 3, HB 2

The Cavs dropped the fifth set 17-15 to fall to 1-1 after it was 22-25, 25-15, 24-26, 25-19 through the first four. Local standouts included Maddy Blake (12 kills), Bella Zampieri (14 kills), Selene Berube( 20 digs), Emma Tanner (40 assists).

FIELD HOCKEY

Sept. 2: Merrimack Valley 4, HB 2

The Cavaliers trailed 4-0 at halftime but got goals from Kristen Marquette and Steph Burns in the second half. Cassie Reijgers (eight saves) and Ashley Skey (13) played well with defensive help from Natalie and Hannah Paquin. Natalie Lewis played well filling in as a forward.

Sept. 5: Souhegan 6, HB 1

HB was led by senior goalie Ashley Skey, who recorded 25 saves and held Souhegan scoreless for more than 22 minutes. Steph Buchanan connected with the lone Cavaliers goal in the final minutes.

Sept. 9: HB 1,
Oyster River 1 (OT)

Shae Berry converted an Allyssa Rich pass in the 25th minute to give the visiting Cavs (0-2-1) the tie. Ashley Skey collected 18 saves, with defensive help from Hannah MacLeod, Steph Buchanan and Natalie Paquin.

GIRLS SOCCER

Sept. 2: HB 7, Trinity 2

It was a day for the Modelskis as Hannah and Haley each had two goals and an assist to help the host Cavs to their first win. Other scorers for the locals were Maggie Moskun (goal, assist), Rachel Flanagan (goal), and Torrey Cook (goal, assist). HB keeper Ryan Philbrook collected three saves.

Sept. 4: HB 3, ConVal 0

The host Cavaliers improved to 2-1 as Haley Modelski, Torrey Cook and Courtney Ulrich each scored. Assists went to Maddie McCann, Ulrich, and Hannah Modelski. Goalie Ryan Philbrook needed only one save for the shutout while Ellie Caswell also played well.

BOYS SOCCER

Sept. 3: Trinity 2, HB 1

Hollis Brookline Cole Owens scored in the second half off a feed from Guillem Pujadas, but Trinity (1-0-1) was one better on the day. Michael Pattelena made five saves in net and Jonathan Brackett, Nathan Rogers and Evan Porter were good in the midfield for HB (1-1).

Sept. 5: HB 5, Milford 0

Hollis Brookline’s Evan Porter scored twice and assisted on another to pace the Cavaliers. Cole Owens (one goal, one assist), Hugh Devlin (one goal), Jonathan Brackett (one goal), Nathan Rogers (two assists) and Alex Reynolds (one assist) chipped in offensively for HB (2-1). Michael Pattelena and Nick Wood split time in net for the clean sheet, combining for five saves in the win over the Spartans (0-2).

CROSS COUNTRY

Sept. 6: Coach Korcoulis Invitational

GIRLS SCORES: Concord 27, Windham 72, Hollis Brookline 107, St. Thomas Aquinas 127, Goffstown 143, Oyster River 154, Con-Val 191, Pelham 193, Milford 202, Campbell 249. LOCALS IN TOP 40: 2. Sarah Cramton, HB, 21:14.97; 21. Emily Babcock, HB, 24:14.82; 23. Emilie Newsham, HB, 24:27.08; 28. Pauline Zimmermann, HB, 24:58.96; 33. Megan Cramton, HB, 25:18.19; 38. Elizabeth Corsetti,, HB, 25:55.33.

BOYS SCORES: Concord 46, Oyster River 59, Goffstown 73, Windham 107, Hollis Brookline 143, Pelham 164, Con-Val 180, Milford 220, Campbell 228, Sanborn Regional 282, St. Thomas Aquinas 289. LOCALS IN TOP 40: 16. Cameron Jackson, HB, 19:15.24; 25. Adam McQuilkin, HB, 19:55.80; 29. Joel DeLong, HB, 20:22.36; 36. Ryan St. Hilaire, HB, 20:56.11; 37. Oliver Fetter, HB, 20:56.38; 40. Patrick Bloniasz, HB, 21:07.49.

Sept. 9: Cavs finish second

The boys were second with 44 points in a four-team meet, trailing Kennett (22) but ahead of Plymouth (82) and Belmont (132). Cam Jackson led the Cavs, finishing fourth in 18:41.

Sarah Cramton was first overall in 21:28 as the Cavaliers (34 points) topped Plymouth (72) but were behind Kennett (27). HB’s Madelyn Partridge was third at 22:41.