Every week we will nominate six candidates for the Adrenaline Fundraising/Buffalo Wild Wings Football Player of the Week.
Voting will go until Wednesday at midnight and the winner will be named on Thursday.
Each winner will receive an Adrenaline t-shirt (pictured above) and a Buffalo Wild Wings gift certificate! Sponsored by their locations in Manchester, Concord and Nashua.
The team at Adrenaline Fundraising has raised money for New Hampshire’s football programs from the high school to youth level for over 20 years.
Jeff Whitman, Brett LeFlem & Blaise Whitman of Adrenaline are sponsoring our weekly player of the week poll throughout the school year.
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Week 1 winner: Peyton Strickland of Goffstown
Week 2 winner: (tie) Alex Boisvert of Bow and Jeffrey Josefik of Manchester Memorial
Our Week 3 candidates are all defensive standouts:
Spencer Whiting of Nashua North: The Titans are undefeated and Whiting has been a big part of a defense that has only allowed 14 points in 2 games.
Garret Arnold of Campbell: The Cougars free safety led the team in 14 tackles in a win over Laconia.
Jacob Calabro of Manchester Memorial: The Crusaders outside linebacker had 7 tackles (3 for a loss) and forced a fumble in a win over Manchester West.
Jason Compoh of Nashua South: The two-way all-state performer had a big defensive game against Alvirne. Compoh had 5 quarterback pressures, one that resulted in an interception, a sack and 5 tackles in just over a half of play in a big victory.
Evan Roeger of Timberlane: The junior defensive tackle had a big game in a win over St. Thomas. Finishing with 5 tackles, 2 quarterback pressures and returned a fumble 28-yards for a touchdown as the Owls improved to 3-1.
Noah Coppinger of Pelham: The Pythons made a huge statement with a 25-0 shutout win over defending champion Trinity. Coppinger was a big part of the team effort with 2 solo tackles, 2 assisted tackles and an interception.