Hollis Brookline High School Highlights


April 29: HB 16, Dover 10

The Cavaliers held off a pair of Dover rallies to top their opponent. Hannah Macleod and Mariah Passamonte were responsible for a chunk of their team’s scoring, as the duo each scored three goals. Holly Eisenberg, Kaitlin Johnson and Marin Owens each netted two goals while Bella Zampieri and Shae Berry each scored once. Abbey Schulz had a great game in net for HB, finishing the game with 10 saves.

May 1: Souhegan 19, HB 7

The Sabers extended their unbeaten streak to nine as they easily topped Hollis Brookline.

Abby Cranney led the Sabers with three goals, one of 12 Souhegan players to score. Katie Casey, Sammi Jay, Brigid Casey, Kate Bermingham and Kaylin Forest each netted a pair of goals while Hailey Johnson, Katie Almeida, Timber Devine, Emma Estabrook, Gwen Hale and Brittany Ireland each scored once.

Meaghan Allard stopped five shots in net for Souhegan.

Shae Berry led HB with three goals, while teammate Maria Passamonte chipped in two. Celeste Fetters and Holly Eisenberg also scored in the loss.

May 4: Exeter 16, HB 5

Mariah Passamonte had a strong offensive game for Hollis Brookline, scoring three goals in the final 25 minutes. Holly Eisenberg and Erin Stowell each had an assist. Maggie O’Hara, Nat Lewis, Alyssa Rich, and Kristen Marquette played well on defense. Abbey Schulz had six saves in net.

May 5: HB 15, Concord 12

Maria Passamonte had five goals and an assist and Kelley Synder scored the game-winner for the Cavaliers with 15:38 remaining.

CC Fetter added four goals for HB (3-6) and Kaitlin Johnson had two goals and an assist. Also scoring a goal were Bella Zampieri, Shae Berry and Holly Eisenberg (two assists). Snyder also had an assist and Marin Owens had two helpers.

Abbey Schulz made 13 saves for the Cavs while Hannah MacLeod and Erin Stowell played well defensively.


May 4: Goffstown 8, HB 5

The Cavaliers dropped their fifth straight, falling to Goffstown. David Walsh and Cam Chrystal each had a pair of hits for Hollis Brookline, with Chrystal knocking in a pair of runs. Tommy Grant look the loss for the Cavs, striking out five over four innings of work.


May 4: HB 5, Goffstown 4

Singles winners for Hollis Brookline included: No. 3 Alex Cate (8-4) and No. 6 Matt Spooner (8-1). In doubles, all three duos won their matches. No. 1 Alex McCalmont and Jeremy Ide won 8-4, No. 2 Cate and Tyler Pepein won (9-8) (7-1), and No. 3 Spooner and Andrew Stam won 8-6 to seal the win.


May 4: HB 9, Goffstown 0

Singles winners for Hollis Brookline included: No. 1 Nicole Hall (8-2), No. 2 Terésa Randlett (9-7), No. 3 Courtney Koran (8-1), No. 4 Lizzy Davis (8-1), No. 5 Maddy McCann (8-3), and No. 6 Sophia Bruzik (8-2). In doubles the Cavs swept, with all three duos winning their matchups. The No. 1 team of Hall and Koran won their match (8-2), while the No. 2 team of Randlett and Davis won 8-4. McCann and Bruzik, the No. 3 duo won 8-1.


May 4: HB 3, Coe-Brown 0

Game scores in the Hollis Brookline sweep were 25-9, 25-15, 25-21. Aaron Campbell had a strong game with 12 kills and eight aces. Brett Belden added six aces, while Scott Van Coughnett had eight assists. Bobby Ripley had three digs. On Wednesday, the Cavs will host Dover.


May 4: Goffstown 5, HB 4

Natalie Paquin had a big day at the plate for the Cavs, going 2 for 3 with one RBI. Steph Buchanan, Celeste Marsan, and Olivia Lukovits each had one hit. Marsan also had one RBI. Ashley Skey went 2 for 4 and pitched seven innings. She gave up 10 hits, 1 walk, and recorded 5 strikeouts.


May 2: Cavs compete at Coe-Brown

HB participated in the Black Bear Invitational at Coe-Brown Academy. For the boys, Evan Porter was fourth in the 110-meter hurdles and sixth in the 300 hurdles. The girls got a fourth place in the discus from Amanda McDonough and were third in the 4×800 relay.

May 5: HB finishes third

The Cavaliers recorded 93 points to finish third in an eight-team meet at Sanborn. Amanda McDonough led the way by winning the shot put (29-5) while Adriana Radosavljevic was second in the high jump. Pauline Zimmerman came in third in the 200 and fifth in the 400. Madylin Partridge came in third in the 3,200 and Sarah Cramton was fourth in the same event.

Savannah Eliza came in fourth in the 100 hurdles and Grace Anneser finished fifth in the 100 hurdles and seventh in the 300 hurdles. Nicola Chomiak was fifth in the 300 hurdles. Lauren Cole was fourth in the 800 and Emma Brusco was sixth in the 1,600. Emilie Newsham finished third in the 400.

The boys also finished third with 86 points at Sanborn. The Cavs were led by Evan Porter, who won the 110-meter hurdles (15.97) and was second in the 300 hurdles. Kyle Hamblett won the high jump, clearing 5-2, and Parker Law won the pole vault, clearing 9-0.

Cam Jackson was second in the 800 and third in the 1,600 while Colton Mailloux was sixth in the 800 and eighth in the 1,600. Luke Martin finished sixth in the long jump and was eighth in the 100. Sam Poission came in fifth in the 100 and sixth in the javelin while Oliver Fetter came in fourth in the shot put and sixth in the discus. Patrick Bloniasz finished fifth in the 400.