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The Adrenaline Fundraising Player of the Week Poll

By NHsportspage Staff, 09/11/18, 12:00PM EDT


5 candidates to choose from this week

 New Hampshire Sportspage, celebrating its 10th year of high school sports coverage, brings you the weekly Adrenaline Fundraising/Buffalo Wild Wings Player of the Week Poll.

 After each week's slate of games, candidates for the award will be posted. Voting will go until Wednesday night at midnight before we name the winner on Wednesday morning.

 Each winner will receive an Adrenaline t-shirt and a Buffalo Wild Wings gift certificate!

 The team at Adrenaline Fundraising, of which I am a part of, has raised money for New Hampshire’s football programs from the high school to youth level for over 20 years.

 Jeff Whitman & Brett LeFlem of Adrenaline are sponsoring our weekly player of the week poll throughout the school year.

 Weekly winners will receive our player of the week t-shirt and a gift card to Buffalo Wild Wings.

 Jeff can be reached at 770-5776 and

 Brett at 674-4490 and

 And you can reach me at



 Week 2 Candidates

(click on the players name to see their profile page)

Evan Cormier of Londonderry- In a huge regular season match-up that we covered Cormier was terrific in completing 15 of 18 passes against a very good Salem defense for 222 yards and a TD. The Lancers won the game 28-21 and then adopted our own Nichole Marrero as the only person who believed in them.

John Thibeault of Trinity- The junior running back scored two more touchdowns and went over 100 yards for the second consecutive game as the Pioneers, back after sitting out the 2017 season, served notice to the rest of Division III with a 28-6 win over Lebanon.

Owen Brickley of Plymouth- The senior was huge in a big win over a very good John Stark team. The all-state back/safety ran the ball 18 times for 152 and 2 touchdowns while also hauling in 4 catches for 69 yards and a TD in the Bobcats 27-13 win.

Cody Potter of Windham- The senior QB showed little regard for Justin McIsaac’s feelings as he completed all 6 of his passes against Spaulding for 181 yards and 3 touchdowns in a 54-0 win. The first Division I win for 1-1 Windham.

Lou Granger of Winnacunnet- The Warriors running back ran up and down field against Portsmouth-Oyster River on Friday night to the tune of 170 yards, 3 touchdowns and a 4th touchdown on a punt return as the defending champs moved to 2-0 with a 47-14 win.


Voting ends Wednesday night at midnight





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