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The Adrenaline Fundraising/Buffalo Wild Wings Player of the Week Poll

By NHsportspage Staff, 11/05/19, 12:00PM EST


5 candidates to choose from this week!

 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.

 Follow them on Twitter at @adrenalineNort1 and AdrenalineNHMA

 Brett at 603-674-4490 and

 Jeff can be reached at 770-5776 and

 And you can reach me at


 Week 1 Winner:  Caden Perry of Goffstown

 Week 2 Winner:  Keegan Mills of Campbell

 Week 3 Winner: Jon Willeman of Lebanon

 Week 4 Winner: Jason Compoh of Nashua South

 Week 5 Winner: Owen Gormley of Salem

 Week 6 Winner: Curtis Nelson of Gilford-Belmont

 Week 7 Winner: Will MacLean of St. Thomas

 Week 8 Winner: Wade Rainey of Lebanon


 This week’s candidates:

Kyle Crampton of Merrimack: The Tomahawks quarterback stepped in for James Downing and threw for 290 yards and 5 touchdowns in a win over Winnacunnet in the regular season finale.

Carter Vedrani of Campbell: In a huge win over previously unbeaten Lebanon Vedrani led the defense with 12 tackles and caught 4 passes including a touchdown pass in the victory.

Marc-Andre Thermitus of Hollis-Brookline: The Cavaliers running back rushed for 115 yards and 2 touchdowns as Hollis-Brookline heads to the playoffs as one of the hottest teams in Division II.

Colby Quiet of Hillsborough-Deering-Hopkinton: The all-state back helped the Red Hawks to a big road win over Stevens, rushing for 174 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Brady Day of Pinkerton: Day, one of the leaders of the Astros defense, had over 100 total yards and a touchdown in a win over Bedford that clinched a playoff berth for the Astros.

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