Hollis Brookline High School Highlights
Oct. 3: HB 2, Goffstown 1 (OT)
Evan Porter was the man of the match for the Cavaliers, as he scored once in the second half and then again eight minutes into overtime for HB’s ninth win of the year.
Guillem Pujadas assisted on both Porter goals and Michael Pattelena (six saves) made a great diving save in overtime for the Cavs.
Oct. 7: HB 2, St. Thomas 0
Guillem Pujadas saved the day for the 10-1 Cavaliers as he scored with nine minutes left off a Michael Pattelena assist. Pujadas then assisted on a Cole Owens goal with 10 seconds remaining in the game. Nick Wood earned a shutout in goal along with Pattelena as they split time.
Oct. 6: HB 3, Exeter 0
Bella Zampieri had 15 kills while Kayla Barron added 14 assists as the Cavaliers moved to 7-4 with wins of 25-21,
25-21, 25-18. Kaitlyn Johnson (two blocks), Emily Cook (two blocks) and Maddy Blake (17 digs) also played well.
Oct. 3: HB 4, Goffstown 3
The Cavaliers trailed by three goals just three minutes into the first half, but slowly climbed their way back into the game thanks to a Ryan Philbrook goal (assisted by Rachel Flanagan) with 33 minutes left to play.
Three minutes later, Flanagan found Haley Modelski who finished to cut the lead to one. Flanagan would get her third assist on Courtney Ulrich’s long range goal with just eight minutes left to knot the game at 3-3.
HB completed the comeback when Taylor Cook played a high ball into the box that took a fateful bounce into the goal with less than two minutes remaining. Olivia Clegghorn made nine saves in net.
Oct. 7: HB 2, St. Thomas 0
Hannah Modelski and Courtney Ulrich scored for the 8-3-1 Cavaliers, with assists from Ryan Philbrook and Holly Eisenberg. Olivia Clegghorn had seven saves for the shutout. Michelle Philpot, Megan Olson and Haley Modelski also played well for HB.
Oct. 3: HB 2, ConVal 0
Alyssa Rich had a strong game for the Cavs, as she assisted on Kelly Snyder’s goal and scored a goal of her own. Ashley Skey was solid in net with 12 saves including one penalty shot. Hollis Brookline is now 2-7-1.
Oct. 7: St. Thomas 2, HB 0
The Cavaliers shut down 18 of 20 Saints corners but still fell to 2-8-1. Ashley Skey made 17 saves in goal with defensive help from Nat Paquin, Nellie Putur, Steph Buchanan, Nicola Chomiak, and Alexis Gliser. Backup keeper Cassie Reigjers (four saves) closed out the final 10 minutes of the game.
Oct. 2: HB tops Souhegan
The Cavaliers, led by medalist Jack Shields (37) topped Souhegan, 210-216 at Overlook in Hollis to move to 15-6. Goffstown (226) was a distant third. Pat MacDonald added a 39 for Hollis Brookline, while other Cavs scorers were Josh Farmer (42), Alex McClamount (45) and Cory Quinn (47).
For 14-6 Souhegan, Alek Medic fired a 41, while Mitch Herbert was next at 43. Jorick Ehrenstein, August Darula and Tom Stover all came in at 44.
Oct. 7: HB 27, Portsmouth 34, Trinity 72
Cameron Jackson led the Cavs to a tri-meet win with a first place finish in 18:21.
Adam McQuilkin was third in 19:08 while other top HB finishers included Joel DeLong (fifth,19:28), Ryan St. Hilaire (seventh 19:52) and Oliver Fetter (11th, 20:08).
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 7: HB 28, Portsmouth 35, Trinity 68
Sarah Cramton led the victorious Cavs with a first place finish in 21:11 with Madylin Partridge third in 22:54.
Other top HB finishers were Emilie Newsheam (fifth, 23:13); Megan Cramton, (seventh, 23:15) and Lauren Cole (12th, 23:57).