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:
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.
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.