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The Player Locker Room/Recruiting Report sponsored by Kane Insurance

By NHsportspage Staff, 02/22/21, 11:00AM EST


Griffin Wheeler of Merrimack Valley (photo by NH Sports Photo)

 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:

  • A customized NHsportspage black (with red NHsportspage logo across the front) performance short sleeve shirt with their last name and number.
  • 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 answering our 10 questions.

We welcome one new member this week, George Fortin of Windham!

Join now before the next custom jersey order goes out!

 We have a '10 Questions' video coming soon from Brody LaBounty of White Mountains, we are looking for a few more from our members this week.

 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.

(Click on any players name to go to their player profile page)

George Fortin of Windham: The Jaguars are playing well late in the regular season and Fortin has been a part of the success; scoring 26 points in Windham’s back to back wins last week over Salem.

Ava Simpson of White Mountains: The freshman guard has led the Spartans in scoring all-year long but was held to just 6 points over a two-game stretch with Profile and Littleton. 

Samantha Howe of Colebrook: The all-state forward poured in 11 points in a 49-43 loss to Woodsville which was a rare second consecutive loss for Colebrook.

Phil Nichols of Winnisquam: The Bears senior all-state forward scored 25 points in back to back wins over Newfound including his 1,000th career point.

Hannah Brown of Littleton: Brown scored 10 points in a low-scoring 38-19 win over White Mountains, marking the Crusaders 6th straight victory. 

Elli Cox of Concord: The Crimson Tide got back on track with a 53-41 win over Manchester Central and Cox chipped in with 2 points and solid all-around play. 

Jake Dumont of Pelham: The Pythons all-state guard had 22 points in a win over Souhegan and 10 in a dominating performance by the Fighting Jake’s against Bow.

Brody LaBounty of White Mountains: The Spartans guard, who has been very good all season, had a team-high 14 points in a loss to undefeated Littleton.

Keegan Paradis of Coe-Brown:  The Bears all-state forward scored 30 points in a pair of losses to Division III contender Kearsarge Regional.

Caroline Camp of Kearsarge: The junior all-state guard scored a combined 37 points in a pair of wins over Coe-Brown, including 28 in the first game with the Bears. 

Lauren McKee of Littleton: McKee helped propel with Crusaders to victory with 7 points in a 38-19 win over White Mountains. 

Carson Rancourt of Colebrook:  The Mohawks split two games last week with Gorham & Woodsville as their all-state shooting guard scored 28 points.

Matt Lamy of Bow: The Falcons all-state guard scored a team-high 28 points in a Saturday morning loss to undefeated Pelham.

Jake Kidney of Monadnock: The Huskies all-state guard and Western New England University commit scored 20 points in a 56-48 win over defending co-champion Mascenic Regional.

Liam O'Neil of Alvirne: The Broncos all-state forward scored 20 points as the Broncos split a pair of games with the Londonderry Lancers.

Jalen Reese of Gilford:. The sophomore player of the year candidate scored 19 points as the Golden Eagles split a pair of games against arch-rival Laconia.

Sage Smith of Colebrook: Smith continues to terrorize opposing defenses and scored 48 points in two games with Woodsville. 

Michael Maccini of Woodsville: The Engineers point guard and his teammates continued their strong season with wins over Colebrook and Lin Wood. Maccini scored 9 points in the wins.

Michael Cavanaugh of St. Thomas: The senior shooting guard scored 13 points as the Saints split a pair of game against Portsmouth Christian.

Riley Marsh of Gilford: The junior shooting guard scored 15 points in a pair of games against Division II Laconia.

Dylan Santosuosso of Bishop Guertin: The Cardinals leading scorer scored 43 points as BG went 3-0 last week against Merrimack and Pinkerton.

Matt Santosuosso of Bishop Guertin: The sophomore guard scored 8 points in wins over Merrimack and Pinkerton.

Stephen Lucas of Littleton: The Crusaders forward scored 14 points in a win over Gorham as Littleton remained undefeated.

Joey DaSilva of Windham: In two wins over Salem the first team all-state guard & Endicott College commit scored 19 points in the first meeting and dished out 10 assists in the second.

Elizabeth Gonyea of Conant: No one has been able to slow down Conant and no one has been able to slow down Elizabeth Gonyea. The senior poured in a season-high 33 points in a 68-48 win over Hinsdale. 

Ellie Camp of Kearsarge: Camp has been the ultimate glue player for the Cougars and has them playing their best basketball as we head for the playoffs. 

Eli Gove of Merrimack Valley: In a pair of losses to Division II contender Bow the Pride forward scored 19 points.

Ben Mattioni of Oyster River: The all-state forward scored 29 points as the Bobcats went 2-1 last week against Dover and Somersworth.

Paige McKinley of Alvirne: The sophomore scored 21 points in a split with Londonderry. 

Jack Tarleton of Merrimack: The Tomahawks all-state guard scored 21 points in a pair of loss to Bishop Guertin.

Jordan Robichaud of Bishop Guertin: It was a good week for the BG point guard as the Cardinals went 3-0 with Robichaud scoring 15 points.

Darian Lopez-Sullivan of Dover: The Green Wave standout scored 22 points as Dover split games with Oyster River and Portsmouth.

Jackson Ruelke of Belmont: The Red Raiders all-state point guard scored 44 points in a pair of wins over Franklin.

Alyvia Drapeau of Lin-Wood: Drapeau scored 14 points in a 42-29 loss to Lisbon. 

Ariana Lord of Colebrook: The Mohawks third-leading scorer put up 6 points in a 49-43 loss to Woodsville. 

Kally Murdough of Hopkinton: The sophomore scored 14 points in a pair of wins over Hillsboro-Deering. 

Delaney Duford of Concord: Duford has been a bright spot for Concord this season and scored 5 points in a must-needed win over Manchester Central. 

Alex Charles of Keene: The Blackbirds senior forward scored 25 points in a split against Hanover.

Mike Pitman of Pembroke Academy The junior all-state performer had 18 points and 7 rebounds win a Saturday win over John Stark.

Jack Krasnof of Derryfield School The Cougars guard scored 11 points in a loss to Holy Family.

Curtis Nelson of Gilford: The senior forward scored 18 points in two games last week against Division II Laconia.

Owen Hayes of Newmarket The senior forward scored 8 points in a 15-point win over Pittsfield.

Griffin Wheeler of Merrimack Valley: It was another big week for the all-state guard, scoring 39 points in two games against Bow.

Connor Thompson of Mascoma: The Royals won a pair of games against Sunapee as the senior forward scored 16 points with 10 rebounds and 6 assists.

Alex Cheek of Gilford: The Glue-Guy forward and Gilford take on Division II Kennett twice this week.

Isaiah Reese of Gilford: The standout freshman scored 11 points in a split against Laconia.

Zach Thompson of Mascoma:  The talented sophomore guard had 14 points, 10 assists and 5 steals in a pair of wins over the Sunapee Lakers.

Malik Reese of Gilford The senior center had 11 points as Gilford split their two games against Laconia.

Jakob Beaupre of Franklin: The senior forward scored 6 points in a pair of games against Belmont.

Tyler Hebert of Monadnock: The Huskies guard scored 6 points in a pair of wins over Mascenic Regional.

Nate Doyle of Monadnock: The senior center scored 9 points in a pair of wins over the Vikings.

Ryan Chase of Newmarket: Chase and the Mules returned to action and earned a good 47-32 win over Pittsfield.

Sam Cheek of Gilford: The sophomore center scored 8 points in two games against the Sachems last week.

Tyler Bike of Trinity:  The terrific freshman had 9 points and a career high 9 assists in a  win over Manchester West.

Cam Manning of Lin-Wood:  The Lumberjacks forward did not play in a win over Lisbon.



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