CUSHING HERO

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.

 

TRACK TALK

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.

 

NORTHEAST-10 STAR

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.

 

WPI BOUND

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.

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