Hollis Brookline High School Highlights
Sept. 17: HB 1, Oyster River 0
Olivia Cleghorn made her first varsity game in net count. The Hollis Brookline keeper recorded 11 saves as the Cavaliers shut out previously undefeated Oyster River 1-0. Hannah Modelski scored the game’s only goal on a direct kick at the 18-minute mark.
HB (3-2-1) possessed the ball and defended hard for the remainder of the contest, while Kristen Welker and Emma Sourdif combined for 12 saves in defeat for OR (5-1).
Sept. 19: HB 1, Windham 0
The Cavs possessed the ball very well in the first half, which finally led to a Hannah Modelski goal, with the assist going to Michele Philpot. Olivia Cleghorn made 16 saves to earn the shuout and was helped greatly by Megan Olson, Kenzie Day, and Celeste Marsan on defense. Holly Eisenberg led a strong midfield effort to keep the Cavs on pace. With the win Hollis Brookline improves to 4-2-1.
Sept. 23: HB 4, Lebanon 0
The Cavaliers improved to 5-2-1 as Michele Philpot had two goals and Hannah Modelski had a goal and an assist. Torey Cook (single goal), Maggie Moskun (two assists) and Erin Stowell (one assist) also were in the HB scoring column. Olivia Clegghorn needed only two saves to record her third straight shutout, while Holly Eisenberg set the tone for the game at midfield.
Sept. 17: HB 1, Oyster River 0 (OT)
Hollis Brookline’s Guillem Pujadas settled the match midway through the first overtime with his first goal of the season, as the Cavaliers beat Oyster River 1-0.
Sam Hall, Scott Stone and Joe Brown played some solid minutes for HB, giving Pujadas the opportunity to finish things off in overtime when he took a ball from outside the box and found the bottom corner for an emphatic ending to a well-played match by both sides.
Michael Pattelena (five saves, four shutouts) stopped an Oyster River penalty kick with only three minutes remaining to help seal the deal.
Sept. 19: HB 2, Souhegan 1
The Cavaliers scored two goals in under a minute midway through the second half and held off the Sabers’ late charge to win the Division II contest.
Cam Tulley had a goal and an assist, scoring the game-winner just 45 seconds after teammate Guillem Pujadas tied the game in the 54th minute. Nate Rogers assisted on Tulley’s goal and Michael Pattelena made four saves for HB (5-1).
Souhegan scored in the first five minutes of the game, getting a goal from Josh Anson, with Erik Richardson recording the assists. Teigue Young made six saves for the Sabers (3-2).
Sept. 17: Pinkerton 3, HB 1
Despite strong efforts from Maddy Blake (seven kills), Kaitlyn Kozsan (12 digs) and Bella Zampieri (six kills), Hollis Brookline dropped a tough four-game match to Pinkerton Academy 25-18, 25-15, 23-25 and 25-21.
Sept. 19: HB 3, Spaulding 0
Game scores for the Cavs win were 25-19, 25-21, and 25-22. Bella Zamposi led Hollis Brookline with 13 kills. Selene Berube had four aces and nine digs and Kaitlyn Kozsan added another nine digs. This was head coach Becky Balfour’s 300th win.
Sept. 23: HB 3,
The Cavaliers vaulted over the .500 mark (4-3) after a 25-12, 25-17, and 25-16 win. Kayla Barron had five aces and thre assists, while Emily Cook added five aces and Sophie Saunders two blocks.
Sept. 19: Portsmouth 1, HB 0
Ashley Skey was excellent in net for the Cavs, making 18 saves with the aid of her defense. With the loss Hollis falls to 0-6-1 on the season.
Sept. 24: Windham 7, HB 0
Cavalier netminders Ashley Skey (12 saves) and Cassie Reijgers (eight) held the fort as best they could against the unbeaten (6-0-1) Jaguars. Natalie Paquin, Sierra Migenault and Nellie Putur played well defensively for Hollis Brookline (0-6-1).
Sept. 17: HB sweeps
Hollis Brookline’s Jack Shields shot a 38 for medalist honors at Apple Hill Country Club in East Kingston, as the Cavaliers shot a 202 and cruised to victory over John Stark (223), Milford (228) and Sanborn (229).
Evan Ryan led Milford’s golfers with a 39, while Hunter Hoffman (45), Nick Cauley (48), Weston Pare (48) and Mitch Lepine (49) also posted scores for the Spartans.
Sept. 18: Souhegan
The Sabers (207), led by medalist Alek Medic’s 36, captured a tri match with Hollis Brookline (214) and Goffstown (240) at Overlook Golf Club in Hollis.
Also for Souhegan, Ryan Stankiewicz was second overall at 39.
For the Cavaliers, Jack Shields was third at 41 while Josh Farmer and Chris Cadman tied for fourth at 42.
Sept. 24: HB second
Jack Shields shot a personal best two-under 33 at Windham Country Club as the Cavaliers (204) finished behind Windham (201) but ahead of Trinity (230) and Merrimack Valley (263). Other top HB scorers were Cory Quinn (40), David Walsh (42), Josh Farmer (44) and Pat MacDonald (45).
Sept. 20: HB boys ninth at Coe Brown Invitational
No. 1 Coe Brown 60, No. 2 Oyster River 73, No. 3 Inter-Lakes 139, No. 4 Kennett 152, and No. 5 Portsmouth 156.
The top runner for the Cavs was Cameron Jackson, who placed 22nd in a time of 18:03. Adam McQuilkin was 46th in 18:49, while Joel DeLong snagged 59th with a time of 19:01. Ryan St. Hilaire was 62nd in 19:11 and Ben Goodman was 77th in 19:49. The Cavs finished ninth with 253 points.
Sept. 20: BG girls second, HB fifth
No. 1 Coe-Brown 24, No. 2 Bishop Guertin 67, No. 3 Oyster River 118, No. 4 Windham 148, and No. 5 Hollis Brookline 173. Oyster River’s Maegan Doody won the race in a time of 18:35. Heidi Ntengeri was Bishop Guertin’s top runner, as she took eighth in a time of 20:08. Gabrielle Dionne finished in 11th for the Cardinals (20:25), while Chloe Conway (20:51) and Gabby Richardson finished (20:53) in 15th and 16th respectively. Ellie Goyette took 20th for Bishop Guertin in 21:21.
For Hollis Brookline, Sarah Crampton was 12th in a final time of 20:29. Pauline Zimmerman finished in 40th (22:20), while teammate Madylin Partridge finished just behind her for 41st (22:22). Megan Crampton placed 48th with a time of 22:40 and Lauren Cole was 50th in 22:51.
Sept. 24: St Thomas 26, HB 30
Madyline Partridge led the Cavaliers with a third place finish in 23:37, followed by teammate Lauren Cole in fourth at 23:41, Other top Cavalier finishers were Megan Cramton (sixth, 23:54), Emma Brusseo, ninth, 25:38 and Sarah Bonta, 10th in 26:09. St. Thomas’ Melissa Hiatt (21:53) was first overall followed by teammate, St. Maddie Baughn (22:43).
Sept 24: HB 16,
St. Thomas 53, West 75
Cavalier Cameron Jackson finished first overall in 18:55 as Hollis Brookline took five of the first six spots for the win. Adam McQuilkin was second in 19:13, followed by Joel DeLong (third, 19:39), Ryan St. Hilaire, fourth, 19:40), and Oliver Fretter (sixth, 20:08).