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The Players Locker Room Performance Roll Call sponsored by Kane Insurance

By NHsportspage Staff, 01/13/20, 3:15PM EST


Mather Kipka had a big night for Con Val against Kingswood (Photo by Ben Conant)

 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:

  • An NHsportspage black (with red NHsportspage logo across the front) performance short sleeve shirt. (see the picture below)
  • Access to every full game video we produce plus any full game videos for the last 5 years as well.
  • Their name listed as Gold Level members/families
  • And each member can shoot a video (see our 60-second video above) answering our 8 questions.

Click to become a member today!

 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.











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