Hollis Brookline High School Highlights


Oct. 8: HB 3, Londonderry 1

After dropping the first game 25-21, the Cavaliers came back to beat the Lancers, 25-15, 25-10 and 25-12 to improve to 8-4 in Division I.

Bella Zampieri led HB with 13 kills while Kaitlin Johnson had six kills. Selen Berube had 10 digs and five aces and Kayla Barron had 23 assists while Alexis Chilton chipped in with one block.

The Cavs dedicated the game to Kendall Van Shoick, a 2011 HB graduate and captain of the inaugural boys volleyball team who died last August.

Oct. 10: Nashua North 3, HB 2

The Titans narrowly edged out Hollis Brookline to improve to 10-2 on the season. Game scores were 25-22, 23-25, 17-25, 25-23, 15-7.

Leading the way for North was Taylor Choate who had 14 service points, 22 kills, and six blocks. Kaylee Verrington added 12 service points, two kills, and one block, while Rosa Casalduc added 12 service points and eight kills.

Allison Paluzzi, Amanda Stumpf, and Sara Cordova combined for 12 service points, 14 kills, and five blocks.

For Hollis, Bella Zampieri had a good game with 16 kills, while Maddy Blake added 12 kills of her own. Kayla Barron had a team high 43 assists and Kaitlyn Kozsan recorded 14 digs.


Oct. 9: Milford 2, HB 1

The Spartans survived the Cavaliers’ upset bid by scoring twice in the game’s final seven minutes to improve to 7-3-2 in Division II.

Julia Mazzeo scored off a penalty corner with 6:54 left in the game to tie it 1-1, and Lauren Dishong added the game-winner with 3:44 to play. Kaitlyn Nelson made three saves, all in the first half.

HB (2-9-1) got a goal from Teagan White, assisted by Stephanie Burns, with 2:18 left in the first half. Ashley Skey made 17 saves for the Cavaliers.

Oct. 14: Derryfield 3, HB 0

Cassie Reijgers and Ashley Skeye combined for 17 saves but the Cavaliers fell to 2-10-1. Supporting the keepers were Natalie Paquin, Maggie o’Hara, Kerraine O’Reilly, Hannah MacLeod, Steph Buchanan and Nicola Chomiak.


Oct. 9: HB 2,
Con-Val 1 (OT)

Guillem Pujadas scored the winner from Nathan Rogers in the first minute of overtime for HB to improve to 11-1.Cole Owens, assisted by Pujadas, also scored six minutes in for the Cavs, who got six saves in goal from Michael Pattelena.