Cavs’ baseball, softball rolling up early victories

Softball: Hollis Brookline 16, Bow 6 – The Cavaliers (3-3) mounted a 20-hit attack. rallying from a 5-1 hole to with their third straight game. Seven different Cavaliers multiple-hit games led by Skylar Mack (4 for 5), Cassidy Pigott (3 for 4, grand slam) and Kara Lukovits (3 hits). Ally Johnson belted a solo home run.

Hollis Brookline 6,

Manchester West 2

Jess Hubert and Skylar Mack led the Cavaliers (2-3) with two RBIs each while pitcher Ally Johnson pitched a complete game, notching six strikeouts and only allowing one earned run.

Girls Lacrosse

Hollis Brookline 14, ConVal 4

The Cavaliers remain perfect, now 6-0, behind another monster day from Kelsey Sweeney with six goals and three assists.

Brooke Allanach added a pair of goals, while Meghan Veino, Rachel Cerato, Nicole Heiter, Paisley Broadhurst and Tasha White each added singles. JV callup Kaitlyn Castriotta netted her first varsity goal, as HB won 13 draws and picked up 10 turnovers.

Olivia Valentine made 13 saves for the win in goal.

Boys Tennis

Hollis Brookline 7, Kennett 2

The Cavaliers remained unbeaten in Division II (8-0) taking five of six singles with wins by Nic Vahe (8-2), Darius Paradie (8-3), Max Burns (8-4), Alex Anghel (8-6) and Cole Lorig (8-6). They won at Nos. 2 and 3 doubles, with the teams of Paradie/Anghel (8-1) and Burns/Lorig (8-5) coming out on top.

Girls Tennis

Bishop Brady 5,

Hollis Brookline 4

After splitting singles matches, the Cavaliers (1-6) dropped two of three doubles to drop their sixth straight.

Singles winners for HB were Samantha Randlett at No. 2 (8-2), Samantha Morse at No. 4 (8-3) and Hanna Escadon at No.5 (8-4).


Hollis Brookline 7,

Manchester West 3

Don’t look now, but the Cavaliers enjoyed a 5-0 April, finishing the month behind the work of junior Henri Boudreau. Boudreau got the win on the mound going 4.1 innings, striking out three and giving up one run, but he also helped himself at the plate, going 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs. Seniors Kyle Hsu and Joseph Messina went each went 2 for 3.

Boys Volleyball


The host Cavaliers moved to 4-2 with a close 25-22, 25-23, 25-17 sweep. Matt Wojcik (12 kills) led the way along with Connor Russell (three aces), Josh Ide (28 assists) Marshall Coutu (five blocks) and Felix Yang (18 digs).

Track and Field

Hollis Brookline’s Lily Jackson had the best overall finish for the Cavailers, picking up a second in discus with a distance of 110-0. Chase Adams was fourth in 300 hurdles.