Hollis Brookline High School Highlights



June 3: No. 5 HB 9, No. 12 Merrimack Valley 1

Izzy Keefe busted open the game for the Cavs with a pinch hit two RBI double in the fourth inning. Olivia Lukovits, Stephanie Buchanan, and Kelsey Mansfield each had a pair of hits in the win, while Celeste Marsan, Avery Webb, and Victoria Sargent each had one. Ashley Skey pitched a great game for the Cavs, allowing just five hits, one walks, and striking out three. At the plate she was 3 for 4 with three RBIs.


June 6: No. 4 Sanborn 2, No. 5 HB 1

Hollis Brookline ace Ashley Skey went the distance, scattering seven hits, walking one and allowing two runs.

Unfortunately for the fifth-seeded Cavaliers (13-5), her strong effort in the circle was matched by her counterpart, as fourth-seeded Sanborn (15-3) held on for a 2-1 Division II quarterfinal win.

The Indians’ defense was strong, led by freshman left fielder Paige DeRosiers, who made three outstanding catches to prevent runs from scoring, while their offense was paced by junior catcher P.J. Ross, who hit a solo home run in the bottom of the sixth.

HB’s offense was able to put something on the scoreboard, led by Skey (double, two walks), Victoria Sargent (one hit), Kenzie Day (one hit) and Stephanie Buchanan (one hit).



June 3: No. 10 HB 11, No. 7 Timberlane 10

Will Crosby had a team high four goals, while Pat Dunn and Dan Ash each had two goals and two assists to lead the offense. Mike Buxbaum added one goal and a pair of assists, while Ryan Olson and Derek Davidson both had one goal. Jack Burn also had an assist. In net, Trevor Cooke was strong making nine saves. This was Hollis Brookline’s third game against Timberlane this season and each game ended as a one goal game. The Cavs played tremendous defense down the stretch, only allowing Timberlane two goals after halftime.


June 6: Meet of Champions

The Cavaliers competed at the MOCs at Londonderry High School. For the girls, Madylin Partridge, Sarah Cramton, Pauline Zimmerman and Emilie Newsham came in fifth in the 4×800-meter relay. For the boys, Evan Porter was 11th in the 300 hurdles. Oliver Fetter competed in the pole vault, but did not clear a height.