Results from Tuesday -May 3rd

The Baseball team improved to 6-0 with a hard-fought win over Lebanon by a score of 4-3. Zak Lussier (3/3 1 HR) hit a game-winning home run in the bottom of the 6th inning. He also got the win, pitching 2 innings giving up 1 run and striking out 2.  Padge MacSeain went four innings for HB, giving up two runs and striking out 8.
The Track team competed against eight teams at Sanborn on Tuesday afternoon.  The Boy’s team finished fourth overall, with the Girl’s team one spot back in fifth.
Maryfei Berrigan was a standout performer for the girls placing in the 200-meter dash and finishing second in the long jump.  Amy Pattellena stepped down in distance and placed in the 200 and 400-meter dashes. The boy’s team’s 108 points were spread through a variety of events.  Ben Hoesch and Henry Bruneau stood out in the sprints, while Ryan Burger and Michael Bauer had strong outings in the middle distances, including a 1-2 finish in 1600.  Marcus McCormack and John Kotelly picked up points in the hurdles and horizontal jumps for the Cavaliers.
After a 2 week layoff and short two players, the Boys Tennis team returned to the courts today to play a very good Kenneth High Team up in Conway. The short-handed Hollis-Brookline team would lose 3-6. Hollis’s Number 1 singles player Bryson Giersch continued his strong play winning his singles match 8-4.  Bryson is now 5-1 in singles play this year.  Number 2 singles player, Freshman William Critchfield, played Kennett’s senior Cam Bailey and played him tough, but the more experienced Cam proved to be a little too much as William lost 3-8.  Number 3 singles player, the senior Hayden Smith, lost 3-8 after falling behind 0-6 to start his match. Number 4 singles Jason Babcock lost 2-8, and Number 5 singles player Freshman Finn Brown lost 0-8.  The Number 1 doubles team of Bryson Giersch and William Critchfield won 8-3.  The Number 2 doubles team of Hayden Smith and Jason Babcock won 8-5.  The short-handed Hollis-Brookline team had to forfeit the Number 6 singles and Number 3 Doubles.
The Boys Lacrosse team lost on the road at Goffstown by a score of 14-11. The top performers were Jake Roy: 2 goals, Tommy Anderson: 3 goals, Jackson Cikota: 1 goal
Ethan Bender: 2 goals, John-Paul Torgersen: 1 goal, and  Ben Dufoe: 2 goals. Tucker Luter: 4 saves in goal, while Justin Colby won 23 out of 28 face-offs.