Hollis Brookline High School Highlights

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

DIVISION I QUARTERFINALS

Nov. 1: No. 4 Salem 3, No. 5 HB 0

Game scores in the Salem sweep were 25-17, 25-19, 26-24. Playing well despite the loss for the Cavs was Kaitlyn Kozsan with 12 digs. Maddy Blake added seven kills and Emily Cook had four aces. Coach Becky Balfour saw a lot of improvement with her team, “We had a great season. We went from finishing 9th to 5th and losing to the number four seed.” Salem will move on to face No. 1 Merrimack in the semifinals on Wednesday, while Hollis Brookline finishes the season with an overall record of 14-6.

GIRLS SOCCER

DIVISION II PRELIMS

Oct. 30: No. 5 HB 3, No. 12 ConVal 0

Hanna Modelski scored two goals with an assist while Maggie Moskun had the game’s first goal 32 minutes in as the fifth-ranked Cavaliers (11-4-1) advanced to Sunday’s quarterfinals. Michele Philpot had an assist as well.

Also for HB, goalie Olibia Clegghorn had nine saves, offsetting a brilliant performance from her Con-Val counterpart, Sarah Dauphanais (eight saves).

CROSS COUNTRY

MEET OF CHAMPIONS

Nov. 1: Moskowitz wins boys race

Souhegan’s Eli Moskowitz won the 2014 Meet of Champions hosted by Nashua South. Moskowitz finished the race in 15:32.4 and was the lone Souhegan runner in the event.

Alvirne placed third as a team with 150 points, thanks in large part to three runners in the top 25. Kendall Westhoff had the top results for the Broncos, a time of 16:16.9 good enough for 13th place.

Noah Bellomo (16:24.8) and Phillip Demers (16:25.6 ) finished in 23rd and 24th respectively for the Broncos. Other top local runners consisted of Bishop Guertin’s Christopher Fischer (32nd place in 16:39.5), Nashua South’s Mitch King (33rd place in 16:41.2), Hollis Brookline’s Cameron Jackson (37th place in 16:45.8), and Nashua North’s Connor Muise (42nd place in 16:49.7).

For the girls, Oyster River’s Maegan Doody won the 2014 Meet of Champions hosted by Nashua South with a time of 17:51.2. Bishop Guertin took second place as a team with 121 points, thanks in large part to having five runners finish within the top 35.

Souhegan finished sixth in the event as a team, with 228 points. Top runners for the Sabers included Madeleine Hunt (11th place in 18:49.5), Shannon Earley (49th in 19:55.7) and Hannah Gillis (56th in 20:08.8).

Other top local runners consisted of Merrimack’s Bailey Carrillo (28th in 19:25.9) and Sarah House (38th in 19:41.6). Hollis Brookline’s Sarah Crampton was 34th in 19:36.5.