Every Monday throughout the school year 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 14-person NHsportspage crew for the coverage we provide.
Each member gets:
We will also feature our members on video answering their ’10 Questions’ on video!
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)
Tory Vitko of Dover: In games against Keene & Hollis-Brookline last week Vitko totaled 34 assists & 19 digs to go with 4 blocks.
Isaiah Reese of Gilford-Belmont- The Golden Eagles had their game against Kennett canceled. On the season the sophomore quarterback has thrown for 554 yards and 5 touchdowns while rushing 270 yards and 3 scores.
Jackson Stone of Lebanon- The Raiders had their game against Bow canceled. On the season Stone has thrown for 102 yards & 2 touchdowns while rushing 343 yards and 7 touchdowns while leading the Lebanon secondary.
Maggie Hurley of Dover: The Green Wave standout led the team with 13 kills and added 2 aces in games against Keene & Hollis-Brookline.
CJ Childs of Lebanon: The all-state performer on both sides of the ball has had a big season for the Raiders; rushing for 344 yards and 7 touchdowns while leading the team in tackles on defense.
Malina Bohlmann of Newfound: The Bears all-state performer was terrific in three games last week; totaling 34 kills, 4 blocks, 10 aces, 6 assists and 15 digs for the defending champs.
Robby Baguidy of Goffstown: One of the leaders of the Grizzlies secondary helped lead Goffstown to their 3rd straight win and had a 10-yard touchdown reception in the victory over Spaulding.
Cole Shambo of Lebanon: Lebanon had their game canceled against Bow. On the season Shambo has rushed for 307 yards and 5 touchdowns and is one of the team leaders in tackles.
Additional members: Ben Mullet of Bishop Guertin basketball, Kaleb Popham of Hollis-Brookline and Jalen Reese of Gilford Basketball.