Every Monday throughout the basketball season we will highlight the performance of our Players Locker Room Members.
These are the players/families that support our 9-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 four new members this week: Jake Dumont of Pelham and Brendan Walker, Michael & Connor Maccini of Woodsville!
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)
Connor Maccini of Woodsville: The Engineers point guard scored 11 points in a Friday night win over defending champion Epping in our Game of the Week.
Jake Dumont of Pelham: The Pythons shooting guard broke out for 23 points in a big Friday night win over Oyster River.
Michael Maccini of Woodsville: The sophomore guard is contributing at the point guard spot for the Engineers who picked up a good win over Epping on Friday night.
Brendan Walker of Woodsville: The Engineers leading scorer drilled seven 3-pointers in a win over defending champion Epping…finishing with 21 points in the victory.
Mather Kipka of Con Val: The Cougars all-state forward had a big night against Kingswood, scoring 35 points in an 84-59 win.
Matt McCool of Souhegan: The Sabers earned a 60-49 win over John Stark as their all-state forward led the way with 16 points.
Derek Crowley of Pelham: The Pythons all-state guard scored 13 points in a 74-51 win over rival Oyster River.
Phil Nichols of Winnisquam: The Bears all-state forward scored 13 points in a 51-46 win over a tough St. Thomas team.
Carter Vedrani of Campbell: The Cougars' big man scored 11 points as the best winless team in the state picked up their first win of the season over Newport.
Griffin Wheeler of Merrimack Valley: The MV point guard scored 9 points in a 55-34 win over Stevens on Friday night and then scored 7 in a 52-39 win over Bishop Brady on Saturday.
Jake Kidney of Monadnock: The Huskies junior guard has emerged as a player of the year candidate and is averaging 25.2 points per game on the season.
Zach Belisle of Sunapee: The Lakers forward scored 7 points in a 51-50 loss at Pittsfield on Friday night.
Dylan Harden of Hinsdale: The Pacers all-state forward scored 17 points in a 75-65 loss to Gorham on Friday night.
Mike Cavanaugh of St. Thomas: Cavanaugh and the Saints lost a close 51-46 decision to fellow contender Winnisquam on Friday night.
Jackson Ruelke of Belmont: It was a short night for Ruelke in a 71-18 win over Berlin but a productive one as the Red Raiders point guard put up 23 points in the win.
Grant Snyder of Hollis-Brookline: The Cavaliers all-state forward scored 9 points in a 66-52 loss to Bow on Friday night.
Liam O'Neil of Alvirne: The Broncos forward had 8 points in a close 58-55 loss to Bishop Guertin.
Carson Rancourt of Colebrook Academy: The Mohawks all-state shooting guard eas held to 13 points in a 63-56 loss to Derryfield on Friday night.
Will Chase of Newmarket: The Mules senior leader was a huge part of the Newmarket fourth-quarter comeback that fell short against Littleton, scoring 20 points in defeat.
Owen Hayes of Newmarket: The Mules starting point guard scored 3 points in the 60-49 loss to Littleton.
Caroline Camp of Kearsarge Regional: The Cougars forward scored 5 points in a 57-49 loss to Spaulding on Friday night.
Ellie Camp of Kearsarge Regional: Camp scored 2 points as the Cougars fell to 2-4 after the loss to Spaulding.
Ben Seiler of Mascoma: The super sophomore scored 20 points against defending champion Conant in a 37-32 loss.
Peyton Rivers of Epping: The Blue Devils power forward had 13 points in a 64-38 loss to Woodsville.
Josh Wheelock of Groveton: The Eagles all-state forward, who we will be covering on Friday night, scored 16 points in an overtime road win at Farmington Friday night.
Connor Thompson of Mascoma: Thompson and the Royals battled Conant to the wire before dropping a 37-32 decision.
Jalen Reese of Gilford: The Golden Eagles freshman had 14 points in a 69-40 win over Prospect Mountain last week.
Alex Cheek of Gilford: The Gilford forward had 4 points in the win over Prospect Mountain that kept the Golden Eagles undefeated.