Hollis Brookline High School Highlights


April 24: HB 3, Souhegan 0

Game scores in the Cavs sweep were 25-14, 25-13, 25-15. Leading the way for the Cavs was Aaron Campbell who had 12 kills. Zac Crooks added five kills and four blocks, while Scott Van Coughnett had a good game with 12 assists. Nick Wood had three aces and Nate Thomas had 10 digs. This is Hollis Brookline’s first win against Souhegan in over three years.


April 22: HB 17, Nashua South 6

Maddie Coughlin netted three goals for the Panthers, but it wasn’t enough as Nashua South fell to Hollis Brookline. Alyssa Freeman added a pair of goals in the loss while Joycelyn Chaput scored one. Kat Tenney had 14 saves for the Panthers in the loss.

For the Cavaliers, Mariah Passamonte and Kaitlin Johnson combined for nine goals, while six other players scored in the victory. Felicity Robert and Abbey Schulz split time in net, while teammate Alyssa Rich played excellent defense in front of them.

April 24: Salem 21, HB 20 (OT)

The Cavaliers lost a heartbreaker in overtime, falling to Salem to a one-goal game. Goalie Abbey Schulz had a standout game, stopping a variety of Salem shots. Mariah Passamonte led Hollis Brookline offensively with seven goals.

April 28: Bedford 19, HB 6

The Cavaliers got goals from five different players, but it wasn’t enough against the Bulldogs. Mariah Passamonte led the way for HB with two goals while Hannah MacLeod, Holly Eisenberg, Marin Owens and Maggie O’Hara had a goal apiece. Abby Schultz made six saves in net while Alyssa Rich and Emma Maxwell played well defensively.


April 23: HB 5, Souhegan 4

The Cavaliers took two of three doubles to get the win, with the No. 2 team of Alex Cato/Will Kinssley (8-1) and No. 3 Matt Spooner/Andrew Stram (8-6) coming out on top. HB singles winners included Cato at No. 3, 8-3; Tyler Popin at No. 5, 8-5; and Spooner at No. 6, 8-0.


April 22: Portsmouth 5, HB 4

The Cavaliers dropped a heart breaker at home, losing three tiebreakers as they fell to Portsmouth. Nicole Hall, Teresa Randlett and Courtney Koran each earned singles victories for Hollis Brookline, while Maddy McCann dropped her tiebreaker, 8-6. Hall and Courtney Koran lost their doubles match in a tiebreaker, 7-6, while McCann and Sophia Bruzik dropped their tiebreaker 8-6.

April 23: HB 7, Souhegan 2

The Cavaliers took five of six singles to get the win. No. 1 Nicole Hall (8-2), No. 2 Teresa Randlett (8-1), No. 3 Courtney Koran (8-0), No. 4 Sophia Bruzik (8-6) and No. 6 Stephanie Burnas (8-6) all came out on top. So did the doubles teams of Hall/Koran at No. 1, 9-8 (7-5) and Randlett/Bruzik at No. 2, 8-2.

For Souhegan, Valerie Podobniy triumphed at No. 5 singles, 8-3, as did the No. 3 doubles team of Adele Patnaude/Natalie Nelson.

April 24: HB 5,
Oyster River 4

Singles winners for the Cavs included; No. 1 Nicole Hall (8-6), No. 2 Teresa Randlett (8-6), No. 3 Courtney Koran (8-6), and No. 5 Monika Schneider (8-6). In doubles, the No. 1 team of Hall and Koran won their match 8-5 to seal the win for the Cavs.


April 22: HB 12,
Souhegan 6

Stephanie Buchanan knocked in five runs on two hits, including a grand slam, as she led the Cavaliers to a convincing victory over Souhegan. Ashley Skey had a solid outing on the mound, allowing six runs on 10 hits over seven innings of work. She walked one while striking out seven. Skey helped her cause offensively, hitting a two-run home run.

April 24: Windham 7, HB 0

Ashley Skey pitched six innings, allowing seven hits, two walks, and had four strikeouts in the loss. Kelsey Mansfield went 2 for 3 with two singles at the plate. With the loss the Cavs drop to 2-2.

April 27: HB 19, Lebanon 1

Ashley Skey pitched three innings and Kelsey Mansfield earned the save. Olivia Lukovits, Skey, and Heather Bourassa each recorded three hits. Skey and Kenzie Day each had a double, while Lukovits, Stephanie Buchanan, Day, and Bourassa each drove in three runs. Hollis Brookline is now 3-2 on the season.


April 25: HB girls run well

The HB girls track team had an outstanding day at Saturday’s Nashua North Invitational track and field meet. The Cavs got a second-place discus finish (87-2) and a sixth-place shot put finish (28-91/4) from Amanda McDonough. The 4×800 relay team of Megan Cole, Rachel Flanagan, Sarah Crampton and Madylin Partridge was fifth (10:48.04). Flanagan also took fifth in the 400 (1:03.14).

On the boys side, Hollis Brookline’s Guillem Pujadas was fourth in the triple jump at 38-8, while fellow Cavalier Jake Ricca was sixth in the discus (106-10).