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The Monday Players Locker Room Roll Call presented by Kane Insurance

By NHsportspage staff, 02/12/18, 6:15AM EST


Carly Huckins & Merrimack Valley picked up a win over Kearsarge (photo by: NH Sports Photography)

Every Monday throughout the season we will recap the performances of our Players Locker Room members.

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Jack Anderson of Londonderry- The sophomore is having a breakout season, his 20 points nearly led the Lancers to an upset win over defending champion Portsmouth.

Cody Graham of Portsmouth- The senior guard helped lead the Clippers to a pair of wins last week and became the school’s all-time leading scorer in doing so. Breaking John Mulvey’s school record.

Greg Madore of Gilford- The senior center is putting together an all-state campaign, his 21 point 11 rebound performance helped lead the Golden Eagles to a 64-47 win over Mascoma.

Ben Allen of Winnacunnet-  The Warriors point guard scored 11 points in a 65-57 win over Merrimack Friday night.

Evan Arsenault of Berlin- The Mountaineers continued to roll, and avenged an earlier loss to Kennett, as the all-state point guard scored 18 points in a 58-42 win.

Nick Mokas of Bedford-  Mokas had 5 points against Manchester Memorial as the Bulldogs fell for the first time in 11 games 70-65.

Wil Spencer of Trinity-  The Pioneers leading scorer missed the team’s loss to Keene on Friday night.

Tate Matte of Keene-  Matte was unable to play against Trinity Friday night but his team picked up their first road win of the season.

Sydney Thompson of Mascoma- Thompson, and Mascoma fell to powerhouse Gilford 53-34 on Friday night.

Carly Huckins of Merrimack Valley-  Huckins scored 17 points as the Pride rolled over Kearsarge 46-27 on Friday night.

Keagan Calero of Spaulding-  Calero scored 15 points as Spaulding won their sixth game in a row 56-45 over Nashua North.

Aidan Rupp of Belmont-  The Red Raiders forward scored 7 points and did a great job on the boards as Belmont picked up a very good road win over Monadnock 51-46.

Seth Balderrama of Berlin- Balderrama has been very good in the stretch run as his 14 points helped Berlin defeat Division II Kennett.

Blake Woekel of Pelham-  Woekel has had an all-state level season for the Pythons as they fight for a top 8 seed in Division II.

Gwen Simpson of Monadnock-  Simpson scored 9 points in a 55-36 win over Belmont.

Andrew Cavanaugh of St Thomas-  The all-state center scored 16 points as St Thomas fell to Oyster River 58-42.

Bob Horgan of Timberlane- The best passing big-man in the state scored 4 points as the Owls fell to Milford 60-46.

Tommy Johnson of Kearsarge-  The all-state shooting guard scored 24 points as the Cougars swept their season series with Merrimack Valley 69-53.

Ryan Grijalva of Exeter-  The sophomore continues to play a key role for Exeter as they fight for a Top 4 seed in Division I.

Jake Scafidi of Campbell-  The Cougars have picked up big wins over Conant and Mascenic as they play their best basketball of the season.

Drew Rines of Mascenic Regional-  Rines runs the point for a Viking team that is battling for a pair of home games in the Division III tournament.

Lance Legere of Gorham- The Huskies center was an unstoppable force in scoring 21 points in Gorham’s overtime loss to Lisbon. “ I realized in the moment that it was wrong to be tackling Lance as he lined up for an open three-pointer, but I also knew it was the only chance we had to stop him,” said Lisbon head coach Sam Natti. “ I apologize to all the parents and players who were startled by my actions…no need to apologize to Lance because he still drilled the shot.”

Jayden Torres of Franklin- Torres exploded for 47 points in a blowout win over Raymond..the highest point total in Division III this season.

Scott VanCoughnett of Hollis-Brookline- The all glue-guy team member had 7 points in a very good Cavalier win over Souhegan.

Alex Normandin of Mount Royal-  Normandin went off for 26 points as Mount Royal rolled over Nute.

Parker Briggs of Littleton-  Briggs has averaged 17.8 ppg. for a Crusaders team headed for another Top 4 seed in Division IV.

Garrett Olsen of Woodsville- Olsen was held to 10 points but the Engineers picked up another win 56-51 over Profile.

Brendan Walker of Woodsville-  The freshman drilled another three-pointer as Woodsville swept the season series with Profile.

Eli Swanson of Inter-Lakes-  The all-state sophomore scored 20 points in an easy win over Newfound.

Andrew Normandin of Mount Royal-  Normandin remained among the leading scorers in Division IV with a 17 point performance against Nute.

Matt McCool of Souhegan-  McCool has had a very solid freshman year for a Souhegan team fighting for a Top 8 seed in Division II.

Sam Stauffeneker of Mascenic Regional-  The sophomore is averaging 19 ppg. as Mascenic heads into a big week with a showdown Tuesday night against Conant, in a game we will be covering.

Zach Waterhouse of Winnacunnet-  Waterhouse moved to within .3 points of Max Bonney-Liles of Alvirne for the Division I scoring lead after going off for 29 points in a 65-57 win over Merrimack.

Max Chartier of Bedford-  The all-state guard scored 19 points as Bedford’s 10 game winning streak was broken Friday night by Memorial.

Jake Sherman of Pembroke-  The Spartans shooting guard scored  13 points as Pembroke dropped a 50-46 decision to Timberlane.

Sean Menard of Pembroke-  Menard scored 12 points in the loss to Timberlane in one of our games of the week.

Anthony Senesombath of Newmarket-  The player of the year candidate had a monster game over Newmarket’s biggest rival, scoring 33 points in a 78-52 win over Epping.

Ryan Hickey of Souhegan-  Hickey scored 7 points as the Sabers struggled offensively in a loss to Hollis-Brookline.

Ryan Johnson of Bishop Brady-  The Giants center continued to fill the stat-book with 4 points, 10 boards and 4 blocks in a close loss to Coe-Brown.

Peyton Rivers of Epping-  The sophomore forward was held to 4 points in the Blue Devils 78-52 loss to Newmarket.

Will Chase of Newmarket- Chase continue to be a key contributor for the Mules as they earned a season split with Epping.

Simon Cote of Newmarket- The Mules point guard was a key in the victory over Epping, scoring 13 points.

Cam Darrah of Pittsfield-  The all-state guard and his team pulled off a terrific win in our game of the week as they came back from eight points down to beat Newmarket 58-57. As Darrah scored 17 points, in the victory.

Travis Arsenault of Winnacunnet-  Arsenault continues to be a key starter for a Winnacunnet team that controls its own destiny when it comes to a Top 4 seed for the Division I tournament.

Drew Brown of Pelham-  The super-sophomore was held to 7 points in a 49-47 loss to rival Windham.

Alexis Matte of Mount Royal-  Matte had another huge game with 25 points in an easy win over Nute.

Austin Lesperance of Groveton- The Eagles all-state guard scored 14 points as Groveton cruised to an easy win over Gorham on Thursday.

Cody Morissette of Exeter:  The Blue Haws picked up a big win over Alvirne as Morissette scored 20 points in the win.

Josh Morissette of Exeter: The freshman all-state guard scored 14 points in the victory over Alvirne.









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