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:
No new members to the Locker Room this week, one of our most viewed columns of the week, but we do have out newest ‘9 Questions’ video from Drew Brown, Jake Dumont and Derek Crowley of Pelham.
Thank you to each of our families, we had over 80 members last year and I hope we easily break 100 this school year.
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)
Mather Kipka of Con Val: The Cougars all-state forward scored 27 points in a win over Sanborn.
Matt McCool of Souhegan: The Sabers all-state forward scored 11 points in a loss to Pelham.
Ben Seiler of Mascoma: The Royals super sophomore scored 29 points as Mascoma rolled to a win over Franklin.
Lucas Baker of Bishop Guertin: The BG forward was a big part of the defensive effort that saw the Cardinals come from behind to beat Merrimack in overtime.
Sammy Stauffeneker of Mascenic Regional: The player of the year candidate was terrific, scoring 19 points as the Vikings knocked off undefeated Gilford.
Peyton Rivers of Epping: The Blue Devils power forward continued his strong play with 18 points and 13 rebounds in a big win over Derryfield.
Josh Wheelock of Groveton: The all-state forward had 23 points and 14 rebounds in a win over Gorham.
Connor Thompson of Mascoma: The Royals forward scored 12 points in a lopsided win over Franklin.
Kyle Baker of Bishop Guertin: Baker and the Cardinals were able to force overtime and hold the Tomahawks 42-37.
Derek Crowley of Pelham: The Pythons all-state point guard scored 11 points in a win over Souhegan.
Phil Nichols of Winnisquam: The Bears picked up a big road win at Belmont as Nichols led the team with 15 points.
Parker Briggs of Littleton: The all-state guard had a monster night against Colebrook, scoring 36 points as the Crusaders remained undefeated.
Matt Lamy of Bow: The Falcons point guard continued his all-state season with 20 points in a Saturday win over Bishop Brady.
Riley Marsh of Gilford: The Golden Eagles point guard scored 5 points in the road loss to Mascenic Regional.
Sam Mullet of Bishop Guertin: Mullet was held to 3 points in a low scoring slugfest with Merrimack on Friday night.
Matthew Place of Kingswood: The Knights point guard scored 2 points in a loss to Oyster River on Saturday.
Lauren McKee of Littleton: The Crusaders all-state guard scored 9 points in a loss to Colebrook Academy.
Joey DaSilva of Windham: The Jaguars shooting guard scored 11 points in a loss at Portsmouth Friday night.
Alex Charles of Keene: The Blackbirds forward continued his strong play with 11 points in a win over Manchester Memorial.
Ava Woodman of Concord: The terrific freshman scored 20 points in a close loss to Bedford.
Jake Dumont of Pelham: The Pelham shooting guard scored 5 points in the win over Souhegan.
Parker Paradice of Littleton: Paradice helped lead the Crusaders to wins over Colebrook & Gorham.
Adrian Siravo of Gilford: The Golden Eagles all-state forward scored 10 points in a Saturday afternoon road loss to Mascenic Regional.
Jordan Robichaud of Bishop Guertin: The BG guard helped lead his team back in an overtime win over rival Merrimack.
Dylan Santosuosso of Bishop Guertin: The all-state resume continues to be built as the BG forward scored 16 points in a win over Merrimack.
Michael Maccini of Woodsville: The Engineers guard scored 8 points in a win over Moultonborough.
Connor Maccini of Woodsville: Coincidently…. The Engineers guard scored 8 points in a win over Moultonborough.
Drew Brown of Pelham: The Pythons all-state guard continued his strong play since he returned from injury with 22 points in a win over Souhegan.
Brendan Walker of Woodsville: Walker was held scoreless in a big win over Moultonborough.
Carter Vedrani of Campbell: The Cougars forward scored 12 points in a close 57-54 loss to Hopkinton.
Griffin Wheeler of Merrimack Valley: The Pride point guard, who has been very good all season, led the way with 14 points in a loss to Hollis-Brookline.
Jake Kidney of Monadnock: The Huskies all-state guard scored 8 points in a 63-56 win over Conant.
Jake Beaupre of Franklin: waiting on stats
Zach Belisle of Sunapee: The Lakers forward scored 5 points in a 47-38 loss to Mount Royal.
Dylan Harden of Hinsdale: The Pacers all-state forward should be back soon from injury to display his talents in the Carl Anderson Dome.
Caroline Camp of Kearsarge Regional: waiting on stats
Ellie Camp of Kearsarge Regional: waiting on stats
Malik Reese of Gilford: The Gilford forward scored 5 points in a road loss to Mascenic.
Mike Cavanaugh of St. Thomas: The Saints shooting guard was held to 2 points in a loss to Campbell.
Jackson Ruelke of Belmont: The Red Raiders all-state point guard was held to 9 points in a 57-46 loss to Winnisquam.
Grant Snyder of Hollis-Brookline: The Cavaliers all-state forward has been on a tear lately and kept it up with 22 points in a win over Merrimack Valley.
Liam O'Neil of Alvirne: The Broncos junior forward continues his strong play with 14 points in a Friday night win over Trinity.
Carson Rancourt of Colebrook Academy: The Mohawks point guard scored 19 points in a road loss to Littleton.
Will Chase of Newmarket: The all-state forward scored 23 points, grabbed 9 rebounds and had 4 steals in a big win over Pittsfield.
Curtis Nelson of Gilford: Nelson and Gilford suffered their first loss of the season at Mascenic.
Owen Hayes of Newmarket: The Mules point guard scored 5 points and handed out 6 assists in limited minutes in the win over Wilton-Lyndeborough.
Jalen Reese of Gilford: The Talented freshman was held scoreless in the loss to the Vikings.