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The Players Locker Room Roll Call

By Dave Haley, 10/10/17, 11:00AM EDT


Cody Morissette and Exeter picked up a good win over Portsmouth

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 Next we will welcome Campbell running back Ryan Yanuszweski (Click to view Ryan's season stats) as out newest member. Yanuszweski and all of Division III was on a bye this weekend and we will be setting him up as a member of the Locker Room this week.

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 Again with all of Division III on a bye last week there is less to re-cap this week but we get back at it Friday night when Jennifer Chick-Ruth & I will be in Somersworth Friday night for a huge match-up between undefeated Campbell and the undefeated Hilltoppers.

Alex Hawkom of Manchester Central: The leading passer in Division I football completed 16 of 35 throws for 190 yards and 3 TDs  in a big 42-36 win at Dover on Friday night.

Nick Olibrice of Manchester Central: Olibrice was part of a Little Green defense that picked off Dover QB John Cantwell 3 times in the win.

Cody Morissette of Exeter: The senior had a hand in an easy victory over Portsmouth in all three phases of the game. Morisette combined for 55 total yards passing & running, had a deflection in the secondary that turned into an interception and booted a 49 yard punt in the 42-6 win.

Cody Graham of Portsmouth: Graham was 18 of 26 for 170 yards, 1 TD (to Hunter Adams) and 3 INTs, two off tipped passes, in the loss to Exeter.

Hunter Adams of Portsmouth: Adams moved into 9th in Division I receiving yards after hauling in 6 passes for 56 YDs and a touchdown in the loss to Exeter.

Owen Kane of Portsmouth: Kane rushed one time for 5 yards and had several tackles for the Clippers Friday night.

 Ryan Hanson of Winnacunnet: Hanson helped lead an offensive line that that rushed for 413 yards in a 68-8 win over Manchester Memorial.

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