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The Adrenaline Fundraising Division I All-State Selections

By Dave Haley, 03/27/17, 12:00PM EDT


The Portsmouth Clippers are Division I champions

 Today we complete our Adrenaline Fundraising All-State selections with Division I.

 We’d like to begin by recognizing the ten Division I coaches who supported the work of Jen, Jon, Pete, Justin, Eliot & I as Gold Level members:

 Brian Lynch (Alvirne), Dave Keefe (Central), Jim Mulvey (Portsmouth), Matt Regan (Bishop Guertin), Rob McLaughlin (Salem), Mark Elmendorf (Bedford), Jay McKenna (Winnacunnet) Jeff Holmes (Exeter), Dave Chase (Concord) & Nate Stanton (Londonderry)

 Thank you as well to the families that supported our efforts as registered members. Players below have an * next to their names from families that supported our hard work.

 Division I

 First Team All-State

 Joey Glynn of Portsmouth

 Cal Connelly of Spaulding *

 Ian Cummings of Merrimack

 Jake Coleman of Londonderry

 Cody Morissette of Exeter *


 Second Team

Cody Graham of Portsmouth *

Alonzo Linton of Nashua North

Liam Viviano of Winnacunnet *

Logan Galanes of Keene *

Max Chartier of Bedford *


 Third Team

 Griffin Curtis of Salem *

 Matt Giroux of Concord

 Kevin Genao of Nashua South

 Max Bonney-Liles of Alvirne

 Jake Carrier of Manchester Memorial *

Comments: I had a harder time with this list than the other three combined. First of all Cody Graham should be on first team, remember he led Portsmouth to a 5-0 record when Joey Glynn was out injured. But who am I taking out of that first five? Galanes and Giroux are two very good players who would be higher if their teams had made the tournament. Linton was as good as any player over the second half but was up & down over the first half of the season. When he took off so did Nashua North..great scorer. Max Chartier reminds me of Matt Rizzo and that’s a high compliment. The last third team pick was really difficult as it came down to Carrier and Steve Natola….really difficult.


Player of the Year: Joey Glynn

If you drafted a team of players from Division I he is your first pick. Glynn finished his career with a terrific final four in Durham.

Runner-up: Cal Connelly


The All-Angry Email Team (players that could have made 1st, 2nd or 3rd team all-state but didn’t and angry emails will be written to say just say……)

Steve Natola of Exeter *

Arie Breakfield of Spaulding

Shon Parham of Portsmouth

Danny McKillop of Merrimack *

Max Osgood of Nashua South

Freddy Schaake of Winnacunnet

Troy Meservey of Bedford

Yanis Nyantenji of Bishop Guertin

Joey Merrill of Pinkeerton

Jay Reynolds of Pinkerton

Christian Peete of Portsmouth

Jordan Santos of Trinity *

Michael Roumraj of Manchester Memorial

Manny Alisandro of Manchester Memorial

Bobby Cliche of Exeter *

Johnny Cantwell of Dover

Antione Revere of Manchester Central

Zach Waterhouse of Winnacunnet *

Cole Briting of Londonderry *

Jack Brown of Alvirne

Mike Rinko of Bishop Guertin

Sclyler Boykin of Nashua North


Coach of the year: Mark Elmendorf of Bedford

 Yes there was a lot of talent and always will be but to replace five starters and go all the way to the final Saturday is very impressive. This was a very good coaching job.

 Runner-up: Tim Goodridge of Merrimack






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