Every Monday throughout the football and basketball seasons we will highlight the performance of our Players Locker Room Members.
These are the players/families that support our 8-person NHsportspage crew for the coverage we provide.
Each member gets:
Thank you to each of our families, we had over 80 members last year and I hope we easily break 100 this school year.
We have two new members this week as Carter Vedrani of Campbell & Phil Nichols of Winnisquam join the locker room!
Our Players Locker Room Performance Roll Call is sponsored by our friends & partners at Kane Insurance!
(click on any players name to be brought to their profile page)
Carter Vedrani of Campbell: The two-way all-state performer suffered an injury against Trinity, before leaving the game Vedrani completed 4 passes for 34 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 49 yards in the 31-24 loss.
Phil Nichols of Winnisquam: waiting on stats
Jakob Beaupre of Franklin: The Golden Tornadoes do everything back rushed for 264 yards and went over 1,000 yards on the season (we are hoping to get his season stats up to date before Wednesday’s statewide leader's column) in a loss to Raymond.
Kyle Baker of Bishop Guertin: The BG tight end continued his all-state season with a pair of touchdown receptions against Merrimack. Baker caught 4 passes for 54 yards and added 5 tackles in the 35-19 loss.
Jackson Ruelke of Gilford-Belmont: The Golden Eagles safety had 2 tackles, 1 solo, and another interception, giving him 3 on the season after intercepting 5 passes last season, in the win over Kingswood.
Alex Cheek of Gilford-Belmont: The Golden Eagles pounded the ball on the ground in Saturday’s win and their QB was a big part of it. Cheek ran for 156 yards on just 13 carries and threw for 3 scores in Gilford-Belmont’s 39-14 victory.
Lincoln Blodgett of Monadnock: The Huskies all-state performer had another big game in a 28-22 win over Newport. Blodgett carried the ball 30 times for 94 yards and a touchdown in the victory.
Matt Crowley of Pelham: The Pythons linebacker/running back returned to the lineup after missing two games with an injury as Pelham picked up a huge 20-15 win over Hollis-Brookline.
Curtis Nelson of Gilford-Belmont: The leading receiver in the state was held in check by a Kingswood defense focused on him. Nelson had a touchdown reception as his team won the game with a punishing rushing attack.
Malik Reese of Gilford-Belmont: Reese had a nice game defensively in the win over Kingswood, sacking the Knights quarterback and adding another tackle from his defensive end spot.
Drew Brown of Pelham Basketball
Josh Wheelock of Groveton