Hollis Brookline girls soccer blanks Coe-Brown

Girls Soccer

Hollis Brookline 4,
Coe-Brown 0

Rachel Flanagan, Sarah Birch, Torrey Cook and Magnolia Moskun all scored goals in the first half, then the Cavaliers clamped down during the second half for the shutout victory over visiting Coe-Brown (3-8) on Sept. 29.

Moskun, Michele Philpot and Haley Modelski each picked up an assist, while Olivia Cleghorn had four saves in net to up HB’s
record to 8-2.

Boys Soccer

Coe-Brown 1,
Hollis Brookline 0

Hollis dropped 2-8 on Sept. 30 despite goalkeeper Ryan Coutu making six saves and Sam Hall playing well defensively. Ryan Olson played well as a center-mid and Sky Jacobs had a good game as an outside back.

Girls Volleyball

Concord 3,
Hollis Brookline 1

Hollis Brookline won the first set on Sept. 28 then watched Concord win the next three in a 18-25, 28-26, 25-21, 25-9 loss.

Maddie Norris (10 kills), Kaleigh Whalen (seven kills, three blocks), Kaitlyn Johnson (three blocks) and Sierra Dinman (six digs) all played well for the Cavaliers, who now sit at 7-3. The Crimson Tide improved to 9-0.

Hollis Brookline 3, Exeter 0

Hollis improved to 8-3 in straight sets (25-15, 25-16, 25-15) on Saturday thanks to multiple contributors.

Maddie Norris led the way with 13 kills, while Kaitlin Johnson (seven kills), Katie Connors (four kills), Hannah Balfour (34 assists) and Kyra Belden (18 digs) all had strong nights on the court.

Hollis Brookline 3, Merrimack 1

The Cavaliers won a tough four-set match 25-18, 25-11, 18-25, 25-21 to move to 9-3 on the year on Monday.

Elizabeth Atkinson led the way with 13 kills and four blocks, followed by Maddie Norris (13 kills), Hannah Balfour (40 assists, six aces) and Sammie Sheppard (13 digs).

Merrimack (8-4) was led by Elise Jolly (six blocks, 17 kills, five digs), Jordyn Boyce (one block, 15 digs, two kills), Joanne Bonner (three aces, three kills, six digs) and Brianne Nordengren (three blocks, three kills).


Hollis Brookline 2,
Oyster River 0

Hollis Brookline improved to 6-4 on Saturday thanks to Nichole Bourque (one goal, one assist) and Sofia Barassi (goal).

The Cavaliers had strong defense led by Jackie Hallerman, Meg Corban and Maddie Kuchta in front of keeper Emily Dvareckas (two saves).

Cross Country

HB competes
at Black Bear

The Hollis Brookline girls placed 13th at the Black Bear Invitational behind Kay Partridge (28th, 20:49), Madylin Partridge (57th, 22:01), Megan Cramton (86th, 23:12), Victoria Rezzarday (91st, 23:35) and Kara Lukovits (96th, 23:53).

The Hollis Brookline boys – led by Kenny Corsetti (21st, 17:42) and Evan Simonds (31st, 17:55) – landed in 18th among 23 teams.