Seeded sixth out of six teams, Cushing girls hockey still won it’s first NEPSAC title since 1998. Super sophomore Mia Langlois of Windham scored the winning goal in the 2-1 win over Rivers in the title game and had three goals and three assists in the three games.
At the IC4A meet, sophomore Noah Woodman from Pinkerton ran a 47.48 leg as UConn won the 4x400 in 3:11.45. For UNH, senior Nico Sevilla-Connelly from Pinkerton was sixth in the 3,000 in 8:13.05 and sophomore Spenser Sawyer of Windham ran a 1:53.00 leg for the fifth-place 4x800 quartet.
KASPRZAK OUT FAST
Endicott freshman Nikolas Kasprzak of Windham was off to a great start as a rookie with the men’s volleyball team. As a middle blocker, he was fourth on the team in kills, having registered 71 as of last week as Endicott got off to a 13-3 start.
St. Anselm junior pitcher Will Conaton from Windham/Central Catholic made the Northeast-10 honor roll, hurling a complete-game 3-hittier in a 7-1 win in the season opener over U.S. Sciences. Londonderry’s Reece Manor is also on the team.
Pomfret School’s Andrew Lufkin, a 6-foot-1 guard who began his career at Pinkerton, has committed to WPI. He scored 23 points with seven 3-pointers in a late-season win over Putnam Science.