Hollis Brookline High School Highlights


April 15: Derryfield 14, HB 5

The Cavaliers dropped their first game of the season in a rematch of the teams that played for the Division III title a year ago.

HB (1-1 in Division II) got two goals from Mike Buxbaum while Peter Traver and Nick Hinchliffe had a goal and an assist each. Ryan Olson also had a goal while goalie Trevor Cooke made 13 saves.


April 15: HB 6, Milford 3

Hollis Brookline sophomore Nate Corsetti earned his first varsity win with four innings of work in a 6-3 win over Milford.

Corsetti allowed two runs on four hits, while striking out two and walking one. Fellow Cavaliers sophomore Kobe Popham pitched the fifth and sixth innings, allowing the third Spartans run, and junior Cam Chrystal pitched the seventh to close out the victory.

Trailing 2-0, HB (1-1) scored all six runs in the fifth inning to take the lead. The Cavaliers were led offensively by Popham (1 for 2, two RBIs) and Corsetti (1 for 2, one RBI)

Milford (0-2) scored one run in the first, fourth and sixth.


April 15: HB 3, Bishop Guertin 0

The Cavaliers improved to 2-0 with a 25-20, 25-17, 25-19 sweep.

Aaron Campbell (11 kills), Zac Crooks (four kills), Scott VanCoughnett (nine assists) and Bret Belden (four aces, three blocks) led the way for Hollis Brookline.

The Cardinals fell to 0-2.

April 17: HB 3, Goffstown 0

Aaron Campbell recorded nine kills to lead a strong Hollis Brookline (3-0) attack in a 3-0 (25-14, 25-13, 25-18) win over Goffstown (0-2). Brett Belden (five aces, six digs) and Zac Crooks (three aces) also had good days for the Cavaliers, who head to Weare on Monday for a match with John Stark.

April 20: HB 3, John Stark 1

Aaron Campbell had 19 kills and two aces to lead the way for the Cavaliers, who won 25-11, 25-20, 19-25, 25-12. Nick Wood added seven kills and four blocks while Nate Thomas had nine digs.


April 15: Milford 11, HB 2

The Spartanss (2-0) erupted for 10 runs in the third inning as Julia Mazzeo (2 for 3) smacked a three-run homer. Carley Holtshouser went 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs while Stephanie Bishop had three doubles, three RBIs and three runs scored. Delaney Parker tossed a complete game, scattering eight hits while striking out six, walking three and giving up two earned runs.

Olivia Lukovits, Celeste Marsan and Victoria Sargent (two RBIs) had two hits apiece for the Cavs (1-1). Pitcher Ashley Skey (eight strikeouts, 14 hits allowed) took the loss while Marsan and Stephanie Buchanan played well defensively.


April 16: HB 7, Trinity 2

The Cavaliers took four of six singles and swept doubles. Singles winners included Nicole Hall at No. 1, 8-6; Courtney Koran at No. 3, 8-1; Maddy McCann at No. 5, 8-0 and Monika Schneider at No. 6, 8-4.

The Cavalier doubles teams of Hall/Koran (8-4), Teresa Randlett/McCann (8-0) and Sophia Bruzik/Monika Schneider (8-3) all came out on top.

April 17: Windham 5, HB 4

Singles winners for the Cavs included: No. 3 Courtney Koran (8-3), No. 4 Lizzy Davis (8-2), and No. 6 Maddy McCann (8-3). In doubles, the No. 3 team of Sophia Bruzik and Maddy McCann won 8-2, while the No. 2 team of Teresa Randlett and Lizzy Davis lost 9-8 with the tiebreaker going 6-8.

April 21: HB 9, Pembroke 0

Nicole Hall, Teresa Randlett, Courtney Koran, Lizzy Davis and Sophia Bruzik all recorded 8-0 singles wins as Hollis Brookline coasted to a 9-0 win over Pembroke Academy.

Maddy McCann won her singles match 8-1, while the duos of Hall-Courtney Prescott (8-0), Randlett-Bruzik (8-0) and Monika Schneider-Stephanie Burns (8-2) swept the doubles action.


April 17: Londonderry 20, HB 4

The Cavs got offense from Holly Eisenberg with two goals. Shae Berry and Kaitlin Johnson each had a goal. Felicity Robert made eight saves in net in the loss.

April 18: Merrimack 20, HB 10

Merrimack got out to a quick start with Dana Mendes finding the back of the net three times in the first 14 minutes, and the Tomahawks would go on to beat Hollis Brookline 20-10.

Holly Eisenberg started a three-goal rally for the Cavaliers that tied the game at the 10-minute mark, but Mendes responded quickly with another goal as Merrimack regained its lead and by halftime was up 12-6.

The second half saw a more robust HB defense, led by Alyssa Rich, Maggie O’Hara, C.C. Eliopoulos and Kristen Marquette.