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The Kane Insurance Players Locker Room Recruiting Report

By NHsportspage staff, 01/10/22, 10:00AM EST


Joe Cocozella of Mascenic is a new member of the locker room (photo by Ben Conant)

 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:

  • 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.

 Today our first player '10 Questions' interviews feature Carolina Camp & Rayna Tucker of Kearsarge and Tyler Bike of Trinity

 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)

Ayla Regan of Salem: The freshman guard has been picking things up in the scoring department latley, scoring a season-high 15 points in a 48-29 win over Exeter.

Avery Romps of Portsmouth: The Clippers leading scorer put together 13 and 22 point performances to help propel Portsmouth to wins over Concord and Manchester Central.

Tyler Mackey of Bishop Guertin The Cardinals point guard scored 9 points in a 1-2 week as the champs fell to Keene & Nashua South before beating Windham on Saturday.

Luke Soden of Bedford The Bulldogs leading scorer (at 14.2 points per game) scored 18 points in a win over Keene, 20 in a win over Manchester Memorial and 9 points in a Saturday loss to Londonderry.

Caroline Camp of Kearsarge: Camp led the Cougars up to White Mountains and drove away with a 55-40 victory over the Spartans, with Camp scoring a team-high 17 points.

Ben Mullett of Bishop Guertin: The BG center scored 16 points last week and continues to be among the team leaders in rebounding in a 1-2 week for the Cardinals.

Sam DeWitt of Alvirne: The Broncos freshman guard scored 7 points and played crunch time minutes in a 40-38 loss to Nashua North.

Joe Cocozella of Mascenic Regional: The Vikings standout scored 7 points in a loss to Hopkinton and is averaging 11.5 points per game on the season.

Josh Caruso of Nashua South The Purple Panthers standout freshman shooting guard scored 15 points in a comeback win over Bishop Guertin and 8 points in a loss to Goffstown.

Tyler Bike of Trinity The Pioneers terrific sophomore point guard scored 20 points in a 2-0 week with wins over Londonderry and Concord.

Eli Gove of Merrimack Valley: The Pride all-state performer scored 22 points in a 1-1 week as Merrimack Valley beat Laconia at the buzzer 57-56.

Christian Buffum of Con Val: The Cougars forward is playing very good basketball and so is his team. Buffum scored 13 points in a win over Pembroke Academy and 10 in a win over Bow.

Kaleb Popham of Hollis-Brookline:  The Cavaliers standout guard and leading scorer had 15 points in an overtime loss to Oyster River.

Braeden Falazarano of Lebanon The Raiders all-state guard scored 14 points in a blowout win over Kingswood.

Tory Vitko of Dover: Vitko put up 5 and 6 point games as the Green Wave fell to Windham and Merrimack.

Isaiah Reese of Gilford:  The super sophomore scored 30 points in wins over St Thomas and Somersworth before missing the team’s Saturday win over Hopkinton.

George Fortin of Windham: The Jaguars shooting guard scored 20 points in losses to Bishop Guertin and Dover.

Brendan Graham of Alvirne The Broncos all-state center scored 20 points in a 40-38 loss to Nashua North.

Jackson Stone of Lebanon: The defending champs rolled to a 55-18 win over Kingswood as Stone led the way with 16 points.

Jack Tarleton of Merrimack The all-state forward averaged 18.5 points per game in a 1-2 week for the Tomahawks.

Jack Krasnof of Derryfield: The Cougars, who we will be covering Friday night against Epping, have come on strong, including a win over Holy Family last week. In the victory Krasnof was terrific; scoring 19 points, dishing out 6 assists, and adding 3 rebounds, 2 blocks, and a steal’

CJ Childs of Lebanon: Childs and the defending champs rolled to an easy win over Kingswood.

Malina Bohlmann of Newfound: The all-state guard scored 7 and 2 points as the Bears split games with Berlin and Hopkinton.

Jackson Cocozella of Mascenic Regional: The Vikings guard is averaging 5.7 points per game on the season.

Rob Baguidy of Goffstown: The Grizzlies kicked off 2022 with a pair of wins over Nashua South and Concord as their all-state guard scored 31 points.

Kally Murdough of Hopkinton: Murdough has led the charge defensively as the Hawks have won 4 games in five days. 

Kevin Putnam of Monadnock The Huskies guard scored 9 points in a lopsided win over Newport,

Shaylee Murdough of Hopkinton The freshman guard has provided a good scoring boost for a defensive-minded Hopkinton team, averaging 7.3 ppg over a four-game winning streak.

Jacob Purington of Epping: The freshman forward contributed to a big win over Concord Christian.

Lauren McKee of Littleton: The Crusaders avenged an opening night loss to Gorham, 55-33, with McKee scoring a season-high 27 points in the win.

Delaney Duford of Concord: The versatile sophomore has been a huge boost in the scoring department for the Crimson Tide, and chipped in with 12 points in a 56-23 victory over Trinity. 

Ellie Morris of Sanborn: Morris continues to be a steady force for Sanborn, scoring 13 points in a 43-25 loss to John Stark.

Zach Thompson of Mascoma: The Royals all-state guard scored a season-high 20 points in a blowout win over Inter-Lakes.

Jane Lackley of Hanover: The Hanover center averaged 10 ppg in a 2-0 week for the Mauraders, with wins over John Stark and Coe-Brown.

Sam Cheek of Gilford The Golden Eagles center scored 14 points during a 3-0 week for the defending champs.

Jalen Reese of Gilford: The all-state point guard was terrific last week, averaging 17.3 points per game in wins over Hopkinton, St Thomas, and Somersworth.

Riley Marsh of Gilford: The all-state shooting guard scored 32 points in a 3-0 week for the undefeated Golden Eagles.

Mike Pitman of Pembroke Academy: The Spartans all-state forward, and leading scorer in Division II, continued his strong season with 19 points in a win over Hollos-Brookline, 17 points against Plymouth, and 19 in a loss to Con Val.

Jaron LaBranche of Newmarket: The Mules guard scored 22 points last week in a pair of wins over Pittsfield and Nute.

Anthony Poanessa of Monadnock  The Huskies forward had 6 points in the team’s 69-41 win over Newport.

Connor Brannon of Monadnock Brannon scored 7 points in the win over Newport

Lucas Smith of Monadnock The Huskies forward scored 2 points in a 69-41 win over the Newport Tigers.

Brendan Baldi of Gilford The freshman guard was part of a 3-0 week for the Golden Eagles

Carson Shanks of Monadnock The Huskies forward scored 8 points in a 69-41 win over the Newport Tigers.

Ariana Lord of Colebrook: Lord scored 8 and 10 points in wins over Lin-Wood and and Moultonborough as the Mohawks sit at 4-2.

Michael Maccini of Woodsville The Engineers point guard scored 4 points and ran the engineers offense in a pair of lopsided wins over Profile and Moultonborough.

Cam Manning of Lin Wood: The Lumberjacks guard scored 4 points in a road loss to Colebrook.

Liam Manning of Lin Wood: Manning did not score in 76-52 loss to Colebrook.

Rayna Tucker of Kearsarge: Tucker scored 10 points as the Cougars improved to 4-0 with a 55-40 road win over White Mountains.

Alyssa Paquette of Stevens: The Cardinals cruised to a 2-0 week with wins over Belmont and Gilford. Paquette put up 18 and 7 point performances as she continued her strong play to start the year.

Amelia Anderson of St. Thomas Aquinas: The freshman forward scored a season-high 13 points in a 55-40 win over Hillsboro-Deering.

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