Cabinet High School Highlights



Jan. 14: Johnson

leads Tomahawks

David Johnson finished first in 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle to lead Merrimack at Tuesday’s swim meet at Goffstown. Nashua South, Wilton Lyndeborough and Milford also participated in the event.

Tomahawks’ swimmer James Jolly finished first in the 50 freestyle and second in the 200 IM. Milford had individual winners in Jason Magri (200 free) and James Halstead (500 free, 100 breast) in addition to winning the 400 freestyle and 200 medley relays. Nashua South had a trio of second place finishers in Andrew Chaviano (100 free), Noah Telerski (200 free), and Sammuel McIntyre (200 IM).

On the girls side, Milford’s Kaitlyn McManus won both the 100 butterfly and 200 IM. Teammate Zoe Daudier also finished in first in the 100 backstroke.

Wilton Lyndeborough’s Charlotte Bailey was the champion of the 100 breaststroke. Merrimack’s lone champion was the 400 freestyle relay.


Jan. 16: Milford 54,
Merrimack 22

Jake Ricca and Travis Hughes helped Milford bounce back from Wednesday night’s tough loss to Bedford, by recording to big wins for the Spartans on Thursday night against the Tomahawks.

Milford’s Ricca recorded a 6-3 win over Merrimack’s Mitch McMahon at 160 pounds. Milford’s Hughes beat Merrimack’s Nick Klaver 2-1 in heavyweight action.



Jan. 17: Souhegan 38, ConVal 17

Jamie King scored nine of her game-high 14 points in the fourth quarter to lead Souhegan over Con-Val. Souhegan ended the third up by five before King led a 20-4 fourth quarter, giving the Sabers their sixth victory of the season. Hannah Kenney and Mackenzie Larivee combined for 13 points in the win.


Jan. 15: Concord 6,
Souhegan 5

The Souhegan girls overcame a slow start to tie the game in the third period, but Concord netted a goal late to secure the road victory. Elizabeth Silvia-Chandley scored three goals for the Sabers while teammate Caree Pitts netted a pair. Kaylyn Forest had two assists in the loss. Mikaela Sullivan played well in goal, stopping 19 shots. Souhegan drops to 2-3 on the season.



Jan. 17: WLC 84,
Pittsfield 62

The Warriors avenged their 20-point loss to Pittsfield earlier in the season by topping their opponent by 22 points in the rematch. WLC had four players score in double figures, led by Jordan Litts’ 32 points. Duncan Rae (14), Matt Ducharme (13) and Kyle Pratt (11) also got in on the scoring for the Warriors, who improved to 3-3.


Jan. 17: Pittsfield 42,
WLC 31

The Warriors’ overall record fell to 2-5 after suffering their most recent loss to a tough Pittsfield team. WLC got strong play from Sami Bosquet and Ally Schwab, who scored 11 points each.