Saber Titans break the ice

Boys Hockey



Jack Belter and Michael Dodge each had two goals as the Saber-Titans snapped a five game losing streak to improve to 2-6-1.

Cam Gagne and Ryan Ducharme scored their first ever high school goals as the locals outshot winless Manchester 36-16.

Boys Basketball

Pembroke 63, Souhegan 46

The Sabers drop their second in a row to push their record to 4-3 despite 23 points from Matt McCool, 10 by Michael Maroun and nine from Curtis Redd.

Souhegan travels to Lebanon on January 31.

WLC 62,


The Warriors improved to 3-6, snapping a six-game skid thanks Jack Schwab’s 17 points, 16 from Sean Brennan and 15 by Kyler Tremblay.



The Spartans, who led by as many as 10 with five minutes to go, hung on after Sanborn (4-3) cut the lead to two with two minutes left thanks to hitting eight free throws down the stretch.

Jake Greska led the way with 25 points, 15 coming in the second half. Ryan Constable had 15, including three 3-pointers, while Christian Jones (eight points) and Joey Shepard (eight points, nine rebounds) also helped out

Girls Basketball

Sanborn 62,

Milford 31

Sanborn outscored the Spartans (0-8) 17-4 in the first quarter then never looked back en route to a lopsided road win. Sarah Dobbs scored 13 points and Bailey Johnson added nine.

Souhegan 53,

Pembroke 42

After a couple of tough losses the Sabers (3-6) grab a win on their home court. Susie Watson led the team with 13 points, while Kate Canavan and Hunter Stonebraker had 10 each. Souhegan welcomes Lebanon on January 31.


Ceballos sharp

Bishop Guertin dominated a four-team meet hosted by Pelham. The Cardinals, due to opposing forfeits, weren’t tested in defeating Pelham (24-21), Newport (15-6) and Souhegan (9-6).

For Souhegan, Victor Ceballos scored a pair of wins by fall.

Boys and Girls Track

Souhegan was fifth with 21 points in an 11-team meet at Phillips Exeter.

The Sabers were paced by Masho Primmer’s fifth in the 600 (1:46.11), Adrianna Slotnick’s fourth in the 1000 (3:15.82), Cloe Trudel’s second in the 3000 (10:06.78), and the 4×400 relay team’s second place finish (4:26.03), paced by Primmer, Emma Herrero, Chloe Trudel, and Sophie Lunati.

Milford was led by Renee Wilson’s first in the long jump and fourth in the 300, plus second place finishes by Sarah Sawyer in the long jump (1-10, personal best) and Robyn Krafft (shot put). Lis Rodil (600) and Brooke Lane.

(1500) took fifths.

Caleb Korthals was fourth in the 1500.