Boys, girls hoop red-hot at Hollis Brookline

Both the boys and girls basketball teams at Hollis Brookline High School seem to be sprinting toward home playoff dates as the regular eason winds down.

Each enjoyed 2-0 weeks. Here’s a look at the action in all the sports.

Boys Basketball

Hollis Brookline 55,

Souhegan 32

The Cavaliers continue to roll over their competition by getting their fifth straight win. Hollis Brookline had a ten point lead at halftime and went on a 25-4 run late in the game.

Grant Snyder led the team with 14 points, JB Brackett had 10, and Tyler MacDormand added nine points off the bench.

Hollis Brookline plays Windham on Friday.

Hollis Brookline 46,

Milford 45

Neither the Cavaliers nor the Spartans gave room for error in a down to the wire contest. Leading the Cavaliers to the win were JB Brackett (14 points) and Grant Snyder (eight points). Jake Greska led the Spartans with 14 points and Max Fortin added 10.

Girls Basketball

Hollis Brookline 46,

Coe-Brown 39

Senior captain Joanna Balsamo had a big performance for the Cavaliers (13-1) ending her night with 28 points and 10 rebounds. Liz Atkinson added to the stat sheet with five points and eight rebounds. Hollis Brookline is away at Windham on Friday.

Hollis Brookline 55,

Milford 35

Brodie Kelley (11 points, 14 rebounds) and Joanna Balsamo (10 points, 13 rebounds) both had double double efforts to lead the Cavailers to their seventh straight win.

Christina Balsamo and Elizabeth Bonnette added 10 and nine points respectively. Leading the Spartans (3-9) were Sarah Dobbs with 13 points and

ElizabethPawl with nine.


HB 42,

Winnacunnet 6

The Cavaliers moved to 10-3 on the season after a dominant victory. Earning pins were Scott Annesser (145), Simon Hemenway (160),and Zack Brickner (170).

Boys Hockey

Kearsarge 5,

HB-Derryfield 2

The losing streak continues for the Warriors. Freshman Sale Vella and sophomore Aidan Chretien scored goals for the Warriors.