Every Monday throughout the season we will highlight the performance of our Players Locker Room Members to both our statewide audience and network of college recruiters.
These are the players/families that support our 12-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 welcome three members of the locker room today: Parker Coleman of Kennett, Curtis Nelson of Gilford-Belmont and Trevan Sanborn of Plymouth!
Our Players Locker Room Performance Roll Call is sponsored by our friends & partners at Kane Insurance!
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Parker Coleman of Kennett: The Eagles all-state quarterback led 2-1 Kennett is a 27-7 road win over a tough Gilford-Belmont team on Saturday afternoon.
Trevan Sanborn of Plymouth: The Bobcats had their game against Lebanon postponed this week but Sanborn is putting up all state numbers on both sides of the ball after a 2-0 start. He has already caught 2 touchdown passes on the season.
Curtis Nelson of Gilford-Belmont: The Golden Eagles all-state receiver caught a Jack Mclean touchdown pass for their only points in a 27-7 loss to Kennett.
Rachel Vitko of Dover : The Green Wave all-state performer now has 41 kills, 54 digs and 22 aces in the team’s 6-0 start.
Alex Cheek of Gilford-Belmont: Cheek is sidelined for the season with a hip injury but will be re-habbing through the winter towards a college career.
Jakob Beaupre of Franklin: The Golden Tornadoes game against Winnisquam was postponed last weekend.
Margeaux Burnham of Oyster River: Burnham has been one of Oyster River’s most indispensable players this season. Totaling 31 kills, 27 digs and 5 blocks on the season.
Liam O'Neil of Alvirne: The Broncos nose tackle/tight end recorded a sack and 4 tackles against Nashua South on Friday night.
Tory Vitko of Dover : The Green Wave’s outstanding freshman has 132 sets, 47 digs and 34 kills in Dover’s undefeated start.
Hollis Jones of Bow: The Falcons terrific sophomore helped lead the way as Bow moved to 3-0 on the season with a win over Kingswood.
Malik Reese of Gilford-Belmont : Reese continued to set the edge for the Golden Eagles defense with a sack and 5 tackles against Kennett on Saturday.
Jalen Reese of Gilford-Belmont : Reese came in and played safety after an injury to Jacob Cress and had a huge interception called back because of a pass interference call that I’m still not happy about….
Isaiah Reese of Gilford-Belmont : The standout freshman had a first down reception and a lot of playing time in Gilford-Belmont’s loss to Kennett.