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The Players Locker Room Performance Roll Call sponsored by Kane Insurance

By NHsportspage Staff, 10/29/18, 4:15PM EDT


Keegan Mills and Campbell are on the the post-season (photo by Wayne McElreavy)

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

 These are the players whose families became a part of our team by registering for full access to our content and in large part, to support six people bringing coverage to kids, parents, fans & coaches all over New Hampshire.

 These are our Players Locker Room members and we hope it is a fraternity that will continue to grow as more families come on board. We had 80 members of the Locker Room last season and would love to reach 100 in our 11th year.

 Locker Room athletes, make sure you are sending in your profile pictures and videos you’d like added on your profile/recruiting page.

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Kyle Baker of Bishop Guertin Football: In what should be an all-state season Baker led BG with 14 tackles and 3 sacks against Manchester Memorial while adding a 6 yard reception.

Dante Young of Nashua South: The South QB joins a very small…..very small…list of quarterbacks who can say he helped lead his football team to a 77 point performance. Young completed 5 of 6 passes 145 yards and 2 touchdowns as the Panthers beat Manchester Central in their season finale.

Carter Vedrani of Campbell:  In the season finale against Lebanon the all-state standout was in on 12 tackles for the cougars including 6 solo tackles.

Connor Zorn of Hollis-Brookline:  Statistics to come….

Alex Cheek of Gilford-Belmont The Golden Eagles sophomore quarterback ended the season with a 6 for 19 passing performance for 68 yards while adding 11 yards rushing.

 Patrick Malm of Plymouth: Statistics to come….

 Dan Hayes of Timberlane: The senior quarterback finished his career by completing 11 of 19 passes for 120 yards and a touchdown versus Spaulding.

 Keegan Mills of Campbell:  The all-state junior rushed for 171 yards and 2 touchdowns while adding 6 tackles in a loss to Lebanon.

 Will Michaud of Salem:  The Blue Devils two-way standout capped of his regular season with 2 touchdowns as Salem moved on to the playoffs with a good win over Dover.

 Owen Kane of Portsmouth: The leader of the Clipper-Cats secondary finished off his season with a good performance against Windham.


Other members of the Locker Room include:

 Kevin Henry of Exeter Basketball

 Jake Drew of Conant Basketball

 Lucas Baker of Bishop Guertin Basketball

 Will Chase of Newmarket:

 Eli Swanson of Inter-Lakes:


 Our Monday Performance Re-Cap is sponsored every week by our good friends at Kane Insurance!


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