New Hampshire Sportspage, celebrating its 12th year of high school sports coverage, brings you the weekly Adrenaline Fundraising/Buffalo Wild Wings Player of the Week Poll.
After each week's slate of games, candidates for the award will be posted. Voting will go until Wednesday night at midnight before we name the winner on Thursday morning.
Each winner will receive an Adrenaline t-shirt (pictured below) and a Buffalo Wild Wings gift certificate!
The team at Adrenaline Fundraising, of which I am a part of, has raised money for New Hampshire’s football programs from the high school to youth level for over 20 years.
Jeff Whitman & Brett LeFlem of Adrenaline are sponsoring our weekly player of the week poll throughout the school year.
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Week 1 Candidates
Colby Quiet of Hillsboro-Deering-Hopkinton: In a huge 43-6 win over Laconia the Red Hawks all-state back ran for 210 yards and 4 touchdowns on just 10 carries. He also added a 34-yard touchdown reception and a 90-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the victory.
Luke Manning of Souhegan: Manning pretty much did everything short of running the halftime 50/50 raffle in a huge road win over St. Thomas. The quarterback/receiver threw for 62 yards and 2 touchdowns, rushed for 82 yards and a touchdown and added 3 catches for 43 yards…all in the same game…a 34-25 win.
Caden Perry of Goffstown: The Grizzlies receiver came up huge in a win over Pinkerton Academy. Perry caught 4 passes for 87 yards and a touchdown while knocking down 4 passes on defense in the 35-29 upset win.
Kyle Blais of Manchester Memorial: The Crusader linebacker led the way with 10 tackles as Memorial broke a 36-game losing streak with a 14-7 win over the Timberlane Owls.
Riley Mulvey of Salem: The Salem running back pretty much took Manchester Central on by himself for the first 10 minutes of the game Friday night. Mulvey returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown, picked off a first-quarter pass for a touchdown and later scored the old-fashioned way, running the football. All in a 41-0 win.