Hollis Brookline High School Highlights

BOYS SOCCER

Oct. 17: HB 2, Windham 0

Evan Porter and Guillem Pujadas scored both goals for the Cavs. Their goals were assisted by Nathan Rogers and Jack Barbour respectively.

Michael Pattelena and Kyle Pittman earned the combined shutout for Hollis Brookline as they improve to 13-1 on the season.

Oct. 21: HB 1, Souhegan 0

Cole Owens’ first half goal off a Jack Barbour cross provided the only goal of the game as the Cavaliers improved to 14-1.

Michael Pattelena (four saves) got the shutout in net despite good play from Sabers Matt Hopfenspirger, Devan Casey, Reed Larson, and Ali Eweiss.

Souhegan, which also got five saves from netminder Teigue Young, fell to 8-5-1.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Oct. 20: HB 3,
Timberlane 1

The Cavaliers improved to 11-5 with a 25-18, 25-21, 26-28, 25-14 win, led by Emma Tanner’s 25 assists and 12 kills by Bella Zampieri. Kaitlyn aded five aces and Senele Berube 11 digs.

GIRLS SOCCER

Oct. 17: HB 4,
Manchester West 2

Michelle Philpot, Courtney Ulrich, Magnolia Moskun and Hannah Modelski all scored goals in the win for the Cavs. Modelski and Moskun each also had a pair of assists . Olivia Clegghorn had three saves to bring Hollis Brookline to 11-3-1.

Oct. 20: Windham 2, HB 1

The Cavaliers dropped to 11-4-1 after Windham scored on a free kick with just under two minutes left. Hannah Modelski scored the Cavs’ only goal 10 minutes in, assisted by Michele Philpot. Olivia Clegghorn had 14 saves in goal for the locals.

FIELD HOCKEY

Oct. 17: Milford 5, HB 1

Cora Rogers had a strong game, leading the Spartans with a three goal performance.

Lauren Dishong and Olivia Mabbett had the two other Milford goals, while Nicole McMorrow and Kelsey Poulter added assists.

In goal, Kaitlyn Nelson made two stops to earn the win. For Hollis Brookline, Ashley Skey made 27 saves and Kelly Snyder had the lone goal.