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CHaD All-Star Football Rosters/Announcement

By NHsportspage Staff, 01/10/22, 2:15PM EST


We will again have full coverage of the annual CHaD football game

Lebanon, NH – With the arrival of 2022, Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) is announcing the game date and rosters for the 2022 CHaD All-Star Football Game, powered by Bedford and Nashua Ambulatory Surgical Centers.

Over eighty of New Hampshire’s best football players have been chosen to play one more game that will raise money for programs at CHaD that rely on philanthropy. The tenth edition of the East vs. West showdown is Saturday, June 25 at 1 p.m. at St. Anselm College, and each team will be represented by the head coach who led them on the field in 2021.

Team West is the defending champion, led by Souhegan head coach Robin Bowkett. West won in 2021, 29-6, behind the co-MVP performances of twin brothers Jeremy & Jarrett Henault (Goffstown). A total of 46 players will represent the western division of the state, including six from Goffstown, five combined from the two Nashua High Schools, and four from Merrimack.

Team East will be led again by Spaulding head coach Kevin Hebert, a CHaD parent who will be involved in the game for the sixth time. East is the team of champions as all four division titles were won by teams from the eastern region of the state. Division I champs Londonderry will send six players to the game. The Division II champs from Timberlane will send four players followed by three from Division III champion Pelham. The Division IV champion, Somersworth, will be represented by one Topper.

The players and coaches now begin a months-long journey to kick-off that culminates with a week of practice beginning June 16. The next step is a virtual orientation where they can learn about the game, how it benefits patients and families, and how they can support the cause with fundraising of their own.  They will also get to sit down with their coaches in the virtual setting to discuss additional on-field details.

Players are not required to fundraise in order to play in the game but they have generated over $610,00 since the game began, including $74,000 last summer. The 2021 game generated $210,000.

Fans can donate to the players on their individual fundraising pages at Sponsorship packages are also available to businesses and organizations who wish to support the cause. Tickets and viewing options are still under discussion and will be announced at a later date.

The complete roster and coaching staff for each team are on the attached pages.

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