Cabinet Sports

Spartans take to the offensive

MILFORD – Defending its home turf Friday, the Milford High girls lacrosse team hit the vacation week on a high, knocking off Inter-Lakes, 12-7. The Spartan girls dominated the field with scores by Ashley Wilder, Emily Flaherty, Sophia Renda, Kylie Greska and Elizabeth Paul. “Ashley has ...

Former UNH star has professional aspirations

Trevor Knight has just a couple of things to wrap up for his double political science/criminal justice major at the University of New Hampshire. But he’s not ready for the real world just yet. He’d rather be paid for playing the sport he loves, football. “It’s all I want to do,” ...

Milford High seeks coaches

A slew of coaching openings have presented themselves at Milford High School for the 2019-2020 school year. Athletic Director Marc Maurais noted recently that MHS is seeking applicants for the positions of Varsity Girls Volleyball, JV Girls Volleyball, Varsity Boys Soccer, Fall Spirit and JV ...

Saber Invite a hit

Familiar stars shined bright and fresh, new ones rose as Souhegan High School hosted the Saber Invitational Track Meet on Saturday. For an area track contingent just getting into the season, with the first major event of the year, many excellent performances were turned in. The Merrimack ...

Could co-ops rejuvenate tennis in area?

John Kilgore saw the issue get worse, and this past winter, he decided to do something about it. The Souhegan High School boys tennis coach, whose Sabers won the Division II title last year and are contenders again this year, has lobbied in the last year to the New Hampshire Interscholastic ...

Spartans, Warriors off to unbeaten starts

Softball Milford 13, Pelham 0 Milford moves to 4-0 on the year as Jenna DeAngelis fired a one-hitter, striking out 13 with only one walk. Amanda Atkinson was a dynamo on offense, with three hits, including a solo homer, three runs scored and three RBIs. DeAngelis was also 3 for 4, and Ally ...

Peterson always happy holding court at Milford

MILFORD – Four years ago, a freshman began her tennis career at Milford High School. In 2019, Kami Peterson has begun her final season as a high school athlete. Kami’s dedication to the sport comes solely from her love of it. “Honestly my biggest thing about tennis is just have fun, ...

Champs have work to do

NASHUA – The loud roar Monday from the second floor overlooking the indoor courts at the newly renovated Longfellow Tennis Club told you all you needed to know. It told you that the Hollis Brookline High School boys tennis team had waited 10 months for that moment. HB’s No. 4 singles ...

Sabers off to solid volleyball start

Souhegan was razor sharp in the boys volleyball season-opener, sending the Winnacunnet Warriors back to the Seacoast as a 25-23, 25-15, 25-17 victim. Khaled Nazeer paced the winners with 11 kills and three aces. Michael Estabrook added nine kills and an ace. Eli Young dished out 19 assists, ...

Milford High needs coaches for fall season

A slew of coaching openings have presented themselves at Milford High School for the 2019-2020 school year. Athletic Director Marc Maurais noted recently that MHS is seeking applicants for the positions of Varsity Girls Volleyball, JV Girls Volleyball, Varsity Boys Soccer, Fall Spirit and JV ...

Hungry for success

If you don’t think high school coaches and players don’t carry the frustration and anger of early round tournament upset losses during a spring sports season, guess again. Last year, Milford High was upset in the Division II quarterfinals, while Wilton-Lyndeborough was 15-3 in Division IV ...

Spring season rolling

BOYS TENNIS Souhegan 7, ConVal 2 The Division II champion Sabers started their title defense off on a good note, taking four of six singles while sweeping doubles. Singles winners included No.1 Sam Goddard (8-2), No. 2 Kyle Gibson (8-5), No. 4 Michael Dodge (8-2) and No. 6 Evan Loconto ...

Comtois has big plans for Spartans this spring

MILFORD – Milford High School’s softball team hit a home run when Raven Comtois moved to town last year. Having 12 years of experience in the game made her a valuable member to the already outstanding championship-caliber team. During the regular season last year the Spartans went 16-0, ...

Gillis, Tyrell lauded at next level

Milford’s Bonnie Gillis, a Bishop Guertin alum, was one of 18 members of the Saint Michael’s College field hockey team that qualified for the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Collegiate Division II National Academic Squad for this past fall. The Purple Knights earned an ...

Zlotnick pumped for spring, then challenges at West Point

From small town to college town, this Souhegan High School senior is almost ready to pack her bags. Arielle Zlotnick, track and cross country runner for SHS, has made an honorable decision for her future. The United States Military Academy at West Point will be her home for the next four ...

Milford’s Conley the inspiration for trip into world of boxing

Mike O’Malley was out in his neighborhood jogging on New Year’s Day, a sight that his neighbors weren’t quite used to. One said to his wife, “Looks like Mike has a New Year’s resolution.” To which she replied, “Not just any resolution – he thinks he’s a boxer.” Well, ...

Amazing week for Amherst’s Ireland at C-S

Colby-Sawyer College’s Brittany Ireland had a dynamite week on the lacrosse field. The senior from Amherst was named Great Northeast Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the Chargers, who went 2-0 in that span, each against conference opponents. Ireland scored eight goals and dished ...

High school tennis teams kick into action this week

By HECTOR LONGO Staff Writer The Souhegan High boys tennis program went nine years between state titles, before capping an unbeaten 2018 with its first crown since 2009. With four starters returning from that group, the Sabers might be thinking repeat. “We have lots of work to do this ...

Milford High won’t have boys tennis

Tennis anyone? That call fell on deaf ears as far as any prospective boys players at Milford High School were concerned. The Spartans administration, seeing only three student-athletes having any interest in playing boys tennis, cancelled the season recently. The signs were there a year ...

Souhegan’s Trudel sizzling as outdoor approaches

With eyes from all over the nation watching, the pressure was no problem for Souhegan freshman Chloe Trudel, who recently attended New Balance Indoor National Championships in New York City, an event that displays the country’s best athletes in the sport. “Running on a stage is really the ...