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The Players Locker Room Performance Roll Call sponsored by Kane Insurance

By NHsportspage Staff, 01/07/19, 8:00AM EST


Ryan Grijalva of Exeter is one of four new members

 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.

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 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.

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 Each Players Locker Room member will be featured this season answering 8 questions we are asking.

 I’ll be emailing out the questions to each of you this week.

 Those videos will debut next week!


 We welcome four new members this week!

 Ryan Grijalva of Exeter, Noah Tremblay of Kearsarge, Jared Woodman of Newmarket and Greg Madore of Gilford.


(Click on the player's name to view their player profile page)


 Noah Cummings of Pembroke Academy:  The all-state point guard led the Spartans with 23 points in a win over Sanborn.

 Ben Allen of Winnacunnet: The Warriors captain scored 13 points as the Warriors rolled over Manchester Memorial 55-19.

 Connor Thompson of Mascoma: Thompson again led the Royals in scoring against Conant with 18 points in their Friday night loss.

 Jared Woodman of Newmarket: The all-state forward had 9 points in limited minutes in a blowout win over Concord Christian on Friday night.

 Kevin Henry of Exeter Basketball:  The all-state guard scored 12 points in the home win over Nashua South.

 Jake Drew of Conant Basketball:  The Orioles captain scored 5 points in a big road win over Mascoma.

Sammy Stauffeneker of Mascenic Regional: The all-state guard scored 17 points in a win over defending champion Somersworth

Keagan Calero of Spaulding: The all-state guard had 4 points in a 58-35 win over Manchester Central.

 Alex Cheek of Gilford: The big forward had 5 points in the loss at Prospect Mountain   

 Ryan Grijalva of Exeter: The all-state forward scored 7 points in a 56-39 win over Nashua South.

 Noah Tremblay of Kearsarge Regional: The Cougars leading scorer went off for 24 points in a 60-51 loss to Con Val on Friday night.

 Greg Madore of Gilford: The all-state center returned from injury with 32 points and 11 rebounds in a loss to Prospect Mountain.

 Kyle Dube of Merrimack Valley:  The MV big man is putting together a very strong all-state resume, his 25 points led his team in their Saturday win against Bishop Brady.

 Gwen Simpson of Monadnock:  Simpson and the Huskies beat Hillsborough-Deering 59-13. In limited minutes she scored 6 points before sitting out in the lopsided win.

 Brendan Rice of Campbell:  The junior guard scored 9 points in an easy win over Newport on Friday night.

 Ryan Johnson of Bishop Brady: Battling not only Merrimack Valley but a chest cold the Brady center had 2 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, and 4 blocks in a loss on Saturday.

 Joaquin Heller of Campbell: The all-state guard went off in a win over Newport, scoring 26 points as the Cougars remained undefeated.

 Adrian Siravo of Gilford: Siravo sat out Friday night with an injury. We’ll be in Belmont Tuesday night when the Golden Eagles face the Red Raiders.

 Andrew Cavanaugh of St Thomas:  The all-state center scored 21 points including the game-winning points as the Saints held off Winnisquam 61-60.

 Matt McCool of Souhegan:  The sophomore center scored 13 points as the Sabers built a big early lead against John Stark and rolled to a victory.

 Eli Swanson of Inter-Lakes: The junior all-state forward had 21 points and 8 rebounds as the Lakers beat Newfound on Friday night.

 Peyton Rivers of Epping: The junior forward had 12 points in a big 57-53 win over defending champion Pittsfield on Friday night.

 Tate Matte of Keene:  Someone break up the Blackbirds! Matte helped his team move to 3-0 with 4 points in the Friday night win over Goffstown.

 Aidan Rupp of Belmont: The senior forward came up huge in a big road win, scoring 20 points at Berlin on Friday night.

 Owen Hayes of Newmarket: The sophomore guard scored 5 points in the Mules on Friday night.

 Sean Shisko of Sunapee: Shisko scored and contributed to the Lakers Friday night win over Hinsdale.

 Nicolas Heller of Campbell: The Cougars guard helped the unbeaten start continue with 3 points against Newport.

 Cole Keegan of Londonderry:  Keegan came up big in a comeback win over Concord, scoring 12 points as the Lancers erased an 18 point deficit.

 Carter Vedrani of Campbell:  The Cougars power forward scored 9 points in a blowout win over Newport.

 Griffin Wheeler of Merrimack Valley:  The Pride guard had another stellar shooting performance against Bishop Brady, scoring 15 points in the 71-55 win.

 Andrew Normandin of Mount Royal:  The speedy guard scored 16 points as Mount Royal beat Nute 52-27.

 Jakob Beaupre of Franklin:  Jakob scored as Franklin rolled to a 22 point win over Hillsborough-Deering

 Simon Cote of Newmarket: The all-state point guard scored 2 points in very limited minutes in an easy win over Concord Christian.

 Ethan Hutchinson of Trinity: Ethan and the Pioneers finally get back to action on Tuesday against Keene after a long break.

 Sean Menard of Pembroke Academy: The Spartans continue to roll along and Menard is a big reason why. He scored 15 points in a 71-48 win over Sanborn.

 Patrick Malm of Plymouth: The senior forward scored 3 points in a loss to Kennett Friday night.

 Will Chase of Newmarket: Chase also saw limited minutes in the Mules 73-13 win over Concord Christian…scoring 5 points.

 Malik Reese of Gilford:  The Golden Eagles forward had 3 points in a loss to Prospect Mountain.

 Josh Morissette of Exeter: The sophomore led the Blue Hawks with 17 points in the win Friday night over Nashua South.


Other members of the Locker Room include:

Lucas Baker of Bishop Guertin Basketball:

Kyle Baker of Bishop Guertin Football

Dante Young of Nashua South:

Connor Zorn of Hollis-Brookline:

Dan Hayes of Timberlane:

Keegan Mills of Campbell:

Will Michaud of Salem:  

Owen Kane of Portsmouth:



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


 (Click on the player's name to view their player profile page)

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