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The Adrenaline Fundraising/Buffalo Wild Wings Boys Basketball Player of the Week Poll

By NHsportspage Staff, 01/11/22, 12:00PM EST


5 new candidates this week!

Merrimack's Kyle Crampton & Kip Jackson with Adrenaline's Jeff Whitman

Every week we will nominate five candidates for the Adrenaline Fundraising/Buffalo Wild Wings boys basketball Player of the Week.

 Voting will go until Thursday at 7 am.

 Each winner will receive a custom NHsportspage game jersey (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.

 Follow them on Twitter at @adrenalineNort1 and AdrenalineNHMA

 Brett at 603-674-4490 and

 Jeff can be reached at 770-5776 and

 Blaise can be reached at 978-518-6371 and

Week 1 Winner: Gabe LaCasse of Holy Family

Week 2 Winner: Aiden Hefferon of Somersworth

Week 3 Winner: Cam Clermont of Lin Wood


Week 4 Candidates:

Jalen Reese of Gilford: The player of the year front-runner had a huge week for the defending champs. In wins over Hopkinton, St Thomas and Somersworth he totaled 52 points, 28 rebounds, 17 assists, 9 steals and 4 blocks.

Thomas Ferdinando of Derryfield: The super-sophomore scored 27 points in a statement win over Division IV contender Holy Family.

Jackson Marshall of Pinkerton: The Astros center is building a very strong case that he is the best big man in the state. In a 3-0 week Marshall controlled the glass and averaged 18.3 points per game in wins over Salem, Manchester Memorial and Spaulding.

Jared Khalil of Sanborn: The all-state guard has been terrific for 7-2 Sanborn, averaging 16.7 points per game and scoring 20 points last week in a win over Bow.

Kayden LaClair of Stevens: The Cardinals are off to a great start and LaClair has played a major role. In a win over Hillsborough-Deering he scored 23 points and added a whopping 12 steals.


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