Hollis Brookline High School Highlights
May 20: HB sweeps ConVal doubleheader
Hollis Brookline dominated on all aspects of the field in game 1, as Ashley Skey pitched a no-hitter and the offense exploded for 15 runs in a 15-0 win.
Skey also led the offense, going 3 for 3 with three RBIs with two singles and a home run.
Olivia Lukovits also had two singles for the Cavs. Celeste Marsan, Natalie Paquin, Steph Buchanan, Kelsey Mansfield, and Avery Webb all had one hit each.
In Game 2, the defense was led by Mansfield on the mound. She pitched seven innings, allowed six hits, four runs, four walks and five strike outs in an 8-4 Hollis Brookline win.
The Cavs’ defense was on its game, turning a 1-3-4 triple play, as Mansfield caught a low pop up, threw to Skey at first, who then threw to Heather Bourassa at second for the third out.
Offensively, Buchanan hit a two run home run, Webb had a double, and Natalie Paquin, Isabelle Keefe, Kenzie Day, Heather Bourassa and Victoria Sargent all had a single each.
May 22: HB 2, Windham 0
Ashley Skey dominated from the circle, going all seven innings and allowing no runs and no walks. She struck out 11. Natalie Paquin had a great catch in left to end an inning and prevented two potential runs from scoring.
Offensively, Skey, Steph Buchanan, and Kelsey Mansfield each went 2 for 3. Mansfield drove in both runs for Hollis Brookline. Celeste Marsan bunted for a hit and Avery Webb hit a double.
May 20: ConVal 4, HB 1
Taking the loss for the Cavs was Nate Corsetti. He pitched six innings, struck out 11, walked none, and only allowed for hits. Nick Fothergill was the lone offensive for Hollis Brookline, going 2 for 2 with an RBI. With the loss, Hollis Brookline falls to 2-11.
May 22: HB 19, Spaulding 4
The Cavaliers snapped out of their two-game losing streak in a big way, finishing with their second-highest scoring total of the season.
Senior Pat Dunn led the way on senior night with five goals, while fellow senior Dan Ash added a goal and four assists. Will Crosby netted four goals while teammates Mike Buxbaum and Joey Delaney each scored twice. Trevor Cooke had seven saves in net for the Cavs.
May 20: Timberlane 3, HB 0
Game scores in the Timberlane sweep were 27-25, 25-13, 25-21. Playing well for the Cavs in the loss was Aaron Campbell with 13 kills, two blocks, and 10 digs.
Nick Wood added four kills and six digs, while Bret Belden had six digs.
May 22: HB 3,
Game scores in the Cavs sweep were: 25-20, 25-18, and 25-22. Aaron Campbell led the team with 21 kills, while Bret Belden had seven kills and three aces. Bobby Ripley was solid in the setup role with 38 assists and three aces.
May 19: Milford
wins cluster meet
The Spartans recorded 155 points to finish first at the eight-team Southern Cluster Meet, held at Hollis Brookline. Pelham was second with 136.5 points and Souhegan took third with 95.5. HB was fourth with 37.5.
HB got a second place from Grace Anneser and a fourth from Nicola Chomiak in the 300 hurdles. Amanda McDonough took third in the discus while Sarah Cramton came in fourth in the 800 and Madylin Partridge was sixth. Adriana Radosavljevic tied for fifth in the high jump while Pauline Zimmerman came in fifth in the 400 and Emile Newsham was sixth.
May 19: Souhegan
wins cluster meet
The Sabers took first place at the eight-team Southern Cluster Meet at Hollis Brookline, recording 139.25 points. Pelham was second with 113.5 points. HB came in fourth with 58.25 and Milford was fifth with 56.25.
Evan Porter led HB with a win in the 300 hurdles (42.8) and a second place in the 100 hurdles. Guillem Pujadas tied for second in the 100 and tied for third in the 300 hurdles while Kyle Hamblett tied for third in the high jump and Elliot Rowe was tied for fifth.
Sam Poission finished third in the triple jump and sixth in the javelin.
Patrick Bloniasz came in second in the 800 and Joel Delong came in fourth in the 3,200. Parker Law tied for fourth in the pole vault and Luke Martin finished sixth in the long jump.