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The Players Locker Room Monday Roll Call

By Dave Haley, 01/08/18, 12:00PM EST


Ryan Grijalva of Exeter is our newest member

 Every Monday throughout the season we will recap the performances of our Players Locker Room members.

 These are the players whose families became a part of our team by registering for full access to our content and in large part, to support six people bringing coverage to kids all over New Hampshire.

 These are our Players Locker Room members and we hope it is a fraternity that will continue to grow as more families come on board.

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 The weather caused a ton of cancelations so you may not see some members highlighted this week, because of the lack of games, but you will as the games get back on track this week.

 You can track every member of the Locker Room on our homepage:

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Ryan Grijalva of Exeter: The sophomore forward helped the Blue Hawks to a pair of wins last week over Concord and Bishop Guertin, scoring 13 points.

Jayden Torres of Franklin- One of our newest members scored 23 points against Monadnock and remained the leading scorer in Division III.

Sean Menard of Pembroke: Working his way back from injury, Menard had a huge game against Kearsarge, scoring 17 points in the 59-47 win.

Austin Lesperance of Groveton: Groveton hasn’t lost since opening night in Pittsfield and Lesperance stayed among the leading scorers in the division with a 21 point effort in a blowout win over Colebrook.

Zach Waterhouse of Winnacunnet: The Warriors senior shooting guard scored 10 points in a road win over Nashua North and stayed among the top 10 scorers in all of Division I.

Will Chase of Newmarket: The standout sophomore scored 8 points in the Mules huge win over Pittsfield.

Alex Normandin of Mount Royal: Alex, among the leading scorer in Division IV, scored 17 points in a loss to Pittsfield last week. His brother Andrew Normandin scored 8 points in the loss.

Drew Brown of Pelham: The sophomore sharp-shooter has been among the best players in Division II over the past two weeks and had a huge night in a win over Windham last week. Scoring 28 points as the Pythons continue to move up the standings.

Eli Swanson of Inter-Lakes: The sophomore forward scored 20 points in a 63-45 loss to Somersworth.

Lance Legere of Gorham: The senior forward scored 11 points in a 59-56 loss to Colebrook last week.

Cody Morissette of Exeter: The senior all-state guard led The Blue Hawks to a pair of victories last week, scoring 26 points in wins over BG and Concord. Younger brother Josh Morissette currently ranks 10th in Division I scoring at 16.0 ppg.

Matt McCool of Souhegan: the standout freshman had 14 points last week in close losses to Milford and Merrimack Valley.

Garrett Olsen of Woodsville:  The all-state guard scored 30 points in a losing effort at Littleton on Friday night and led the Engineers to a win over Rivendell (VT) earlier in the week.

Jake Sherman of Pembroke: Continues to move up the Division II scoring leaders. Sherman scored 10 points in the Spartans win over Kearsarge.

Anthony Senesombath of Newmarket: The player of the year candidate scored 31 points, even though he fouled out with 6 minutes left in the game! His huge effort helped The Mules topple formerly unbeaten Pittsfield on the road Friday night.

Ryan Hickey of Souhegan: The Sabers lost a pair of close games, as the Hickey scored 16 points in the two games.

Travis Arsenault of Winnacunnet: The Warriors guard played good defense and contributed to a good road win at Nashua North.

Cam Darrah of Pittsfield: The all-state guard and player of the year candidate scored 27 points in a 66-60 loss to Newmarket. The Panthers get another shot at Newmarket in February.

Parker Briggs of Littleton: The sophomore shooting guard scored 16 points, most from long range, in a big 73-61 win over Woodsville.

Peyton Rivers of Epping: The sophomore forward scored 10 points in the Blue Devils blowout win over Concord Christian.

Cody Graham of Portsmouth: The pre-season player of the year in Division I scored 16 points in the Clippers huge road victory at Memorial.







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