HB girls soccer splits with Jaguars, Sabers

GIRLS SOCCER

Windham 3, Hollis Brookline 1

Magnolia Moskun’s goal from 25 yards out gave Hollis Brookline a 1-0 lead at halftime, but the Cavaliers weren’t able to contain Windham’s offense in the second half.

HB had most of the possession time and opportunities in the game, but gave up two goals to Windham in the final 13 minutes. HB keeper Olivia Cleghorn made nine saves.

Hollis Brookline 4 Souhegan 0

Hollis Brookline improved to 1-1 Tuesday behind Madeline McCann (one goal, two assists) and Magnolia Moskun (two assists). Torrey Cook, Hayley Modelski and Michele Philpot each scored for the Cavs. Souhegan (1-1) got six saves out of goalie Lily Batchelder and HB’s Olivia Cleghorn needed only one save to pick up the home shutout.

BOYS SOCCER

Souhegan 2, Hollis Brookline 0

Souhegan improved to 2-0 behind two first half goals. Erik Richardson got an unassisted goal in the 15th minute then Thomas Hornor scored in the 38th minute (assisted by Mason Young). Host Hollis Brookline (0-2) got four saves from its goalkeeper Ryan Coutu.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Hollis Brookline 16, Trinity 41

The Cavs took five of the first six places as Evan Simonds took top honors in 19:16. Joel DeLong was second in 19:31 while Kenny Corsetti took third in 19:35. Adam McQuilken finished fourth in 19:34 while Patrick Bloniasz was sixth in 20:26.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Hollis Brookline tops Trinity

The Cavaliers won by default, but did take five of the top seven places. Winning the race was Madylin Partridge in 23:38 while Megan Cramton took third in 24:55. Kay Partridge was fifth in 25:27. Jocelyn Lysik took sixth in 26:31 whlle Emma Brusseo was seventh in 26:32.

FIELD HOCKEY

Souhegan 9, Hollis Brookline 1

Abby Cranney had three goals and McKenzie Robinson had a pair as the Sabers rolled in their season opener. Erin McCool, Kate Lindsey, Hunter Baum and Laura Gainor all had single goals while Timber Devine had two assists. Maddie Maurais had one save in the Saber net while Nichole Borque had the Cavs’ lone goal.