Hollis Brookline High School Highlights


Sept. 27: HB 2, Milford 1

Hollis Brookline girls improved to 6-2-1 with a thrilling 2-1 victory over visiting Milford (3-5) during Homecoming Weekend in Hollis.

HB got on board 7 minutes into the game, when Maggie Moskun (one assist) delivered a laser corner kick, which was headed into the back corner by Michele Philpot. Milford found the equalizer midway through the second half, when Riley Mathews hit a 20-yard high shot to beat HB keeper Olivia Cleghorn (19 saves) to the far post.

HB pressed hard the rest of the way, with inspiring attack work from Maddie McCann and Torrey Cook, keeping the pressure on the Milford defenders. With less than 2 minutes remaining, Hannah Modelski was able to track a ball into the box and find the opportunity to touch away from Milford keeper Casey Phelps (14 saves) for the game-winner.

Sept. 30: Portsmouth 4, HB 3

The Cavaliers got out to a 3-0 lead, but couldn’t hold it as the Clippers scored four times in the game’s final 20 minutes, including the game-winner from Lennon Dobben-Annis with five seconds left.

HB (6-3-1) got a goal each from Maddie McCann, Magnolia Moskun and Courtney Ulrich while Kenzie Day, Michel Philpot and Torrey Cook each had an assist. Olivia Cleghorn stopped 18 shots.


Sept. 27: HB 2,
ConVal 1 (OT)

Stephanie Burns wasn’t going to let her moment get away, especially on homecoming weekend. The Hollis Brookline senior forward got her stick on the ball during a goalmouth scrum in overtime and slipped it in for a 2-1 Cavaliers win.

Alyssa Rich scored HB’s first goal off a well-placed feed from Nicola Chomiak at 27:57 of the second half to get the Cavs on the board. With about five minutes remaining in regulation, ConVal netted the equalizer to force a 7-on-7 overtime format. Ashley Skeye recorded eight saves for the win in net, while Dom Tarr had 13 saves in defeat.


Sept. 27: HB 3, ConVal 2

Guillem Pujadas scored twice and Cole Owens scored the eventual game-winner as Hollis Brookline improved to 7-1 on the season with a 3-2 victory over ConVal on the Cavaliers’ Homecoming Weekend.

HB jumped out to a 3-0 first-half lead then held on for the win over the Cougars, who fell to 6-3 on the season.

Michael Pattelena made six saves to prevent ConVal from completing its comeback attempt. Zac Crooks also played a solid game for HB.

Sept. 30: HB 3,
Portsmouth 0

The Cavaliers are now 8-1 after getting two goals from Cole Owens and a goal and two assists from Guillem Pujadas.

Nate Rogers added an assist while Michael Pattelena got the shutout in goal with defensive help from Hugh Devlin, Cam Tulley, Alex Reybnolds and Sam Langley.


Sept. 29: HB 3,
Bishop Guertin 1

The Cavaliers improved to 6-4 with a four game tally of 26-24, 16-25, 25-12, 25-20. Emily Cook had 13 kills while Kaitlyn Kozsan added four aces and 15 digs and Kayla Barron 36 assists.

For Guertin, which fell to 3-6, Jenna McCormack led the way with 16 assists while Mariana Gomez added seven digs. Lexie Cambray added nine kills and Kenzie Sweeney three blocks and five kills.


Sept. 30: HB wins
tri match

The Cavaliers (211) topped Goffstown (215) and John Stark (228) to move to 13-6. Jack Shields (40), Pat MacDonald (42), and Jack McLoud, Chris Cadman and Josh Farmer (43 each) were HB’s top scorers.