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The Players Locker Room Performance Roll Call sponsored by Kane Insurance

By NHsportspage Staff, 02/11/19, 12:30PM EST


Gwen Simpson and Monadnock picked up a good win over Campbell

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 Every week we will feature our ‘8 Questions with our Locker Room Members’.

 This week’s videos feature Kyle Dube of Merrimack Valley, Kevin Henry of Exeter, Tate Matte of Keene and Sammy Stauffeneker of Mascenic Regional.


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

 Carly Huckins of Merrimack Valley:  The all-state performer scored 11 points as Merrimack Valley beat Coe-Brown 48-38.

 Parker Briggs of Littleton: The junior shooting guard scored 28 points and remained among the leading scorers in the division as The Crusaders beat Profile 77-59.

 Carson Rancourt of Colebrook:  The Mohawks sophomore shooting guard scored 11 points as Colebrook beat Moultonborough 80-53.

 Carter Vedrani of Campbell:  The Cougars power forward scored 13 points in a 57-49 upset loss to Monadnock.

 Griffin Wheeler of Merrimack Valley:  The sophomore guard scored 4 points as Merrimack Valley beat Coe-Brown 56-50.

 Andrew Normandin of Mount Royal:  The all-state guard, unfortunately, suffered a season-ending injury. Best wishes to Andrew for a speedy recovery.

 Jakob Beaupre of Franklin:  Beaupre scored 4 points in a 68-33 loss to St Thomas.

 Simon Cote of Newmarket:  The Mules point guard scored 11 points in a 57-31 win over Sunapee.

 Ethan Hutchinson of Trinity:  The Pioneers forward scored 6 points in a 49-34 loss to Spaulding on Friday night.

 Sean Menard of Pembroke Academy:  The Spartans all-state guard scored 20 points in a 92-50 win over Bishop Brady in the Frank Monahan Showcase.

 Patrick Malm of Plymouth: The Bobcats forward had 8 points in a win over Laconia last week.

 Will Chase of Newmarket:  The Mules forward scored 8 points as Newmarket rolled over Sunapee Friday night.

 Noah Cummings of Pembroke Academy:  The all-state point guard scored a game-high 30 points in a 92-50 win over Bishop Brady on Sunday afternoon.

 Ben Allen of Winnacunnet: The all-state point guard scored 9 points and helped lead his team to a key win over Alvirne in one of our games of the week, 47-39.

 Connor Thompson of Mascoma: The sophomore forward is still coming back from an ankle injury; he went through warm-ups against Gilford but did not play. He hopes to back this week.

 Sammy Stauffeneker of Mascenic Regional: I’d say it was a very big week for the all-state junior. Stauffeneker scored his 1,000th career point against Winnisquam (he had 22 for the game), won the player of the week poll and filmed his 8-questions video (above) in a barbers chair. That’s a solid week.

 Jeff Boehm of Souhegan: The Sabers forward scored 17 points in a 73-69 win over Kingswood.

 Brendan Walker of Woodsville: The Engineers shooting guard scored a game-high 17 points as the Engineers beat Canaan-Pittsburg for their  6th win in a row.

 Jared Woodman of Newmarket:  The all-state senior forward scored 6 points as Newmarket cruised past Sunapee and improved to 12-2.

 Kevin Henry of Exeter Basketball:  The all-state guard scored a game-high 21 points in a 72-55 win over Bedford on Friday night.

 Jake Drew of Conant Basketball:  The Orioles guard scored 13 points in wins over Hopkinton & Hillsborough-Deering last week.

 Keagan Calero of Spaulding: The all-state guard suffered an ankle injury early in a win over Keene and sat out last week’s games.

 Alex Cheek of Gilford: The Golden Eagles forward continues to be a key player off the bench as a sophomore.

 Ryan Grijalva of Exeter: The all-state forward scored 13 points as the Blue Hawks remained undefeated in Division I with a win over Bedford.

 Noah Tremblay of Kearsarge Regional:  The all-state forward took over the Division II scoring lead with 23 points in a loss to Oyster River. We hope to be able to cover Noah & his team tomorrow night against Con Val.

 Greg Madore of Gilford:  The Golden Eagles center had 10 points in the first 4 minutes against Mascoma before leaving the game with an ankle injury.

 Kyle Dube of Merrimack Valley:  The all-state center scored 22 points in a 56-50 win over Coe-Brown.

 Gwen Simpson of Monadnock:  The Huskies guard had a big night against Campbell, scoring 25 points in a 67-41 win as Monadnock improved to 13-2.

 Brendan Rice of Campbell:  The Cougars forward scored 7 points in the loss to Monadnock.

 Ryan Johnson of Bishop Brady:  Battling a sinus infection Johnson had 4 points and 4 rebounds in limited minutes against Manchester West last week.

 Joaquin Heller of Campbell:  Heller and held to 7 points as Campbell fell to Monadnock

 Adrian Siravo of Gilford:  The Golden Eagles power forward scored 22 points and hauled in 16 rebounds in a 72-55 road win over Mascoma.

 Andrew Cavanaugh of St Thomas:  The all-state forward had a big night in a win against Franklin, scoring 28 points as the Saints continue to fight for a Top 4 seed in Division III.

 Matt McCool of Souhegan:  The all-state sophomore scored 17 points as the Sabers improved to 9-4 on the season.

 Eli Swanson of Inter-Lakes: The all-state forward had a triple-double in a 41-40 win over White Mountains, scoring 30 points while hauling in 10 rebounds with 11 steals.

 Peyton Rivers of Epping:  The Blue Devils power forward scored 10 points and helped control the boards as Epping picked up a big road win over Pittsfield.

 Lucas Baker of Bishop Guertin:  Lucas did not play in BG’s 61-47 loss to Manchester Central.

 Kyle Baker of Bishop Guertin:  The BG forward scored 9 points as BG fell to Central on Friday night.

 Tate Matte of Keene:  The sophomore point guard scored 12 points as the Blackbirds picked up a good win against Merrimack 72-55. check out his video above!

 Aidan Rupp of Belmont: The Red Raiders power forward was terrific in a loss to Laconia, scoring 19 points and leading the team in rebounding.

 Owen Hayes of Newmarket:  Hayes and The Mules picked up another good win over Sunapee as the team clinched a Top 3 seed.

 Sean Shisko of Sunapee:  The Lakers guard scored 2 points in the loss to Newmarket Friday night.

 Nicolas Heller of Campbell: The Cougars were upset by Monadnock Friday night but get back to it tomorrow night against Somersworth in a game (we hopefully) will be covering….weather permitting.

 Cole Keegan of Londonderry:  The Lancers forward scored 8 points in a big 50-48 win over Dover.

 Malik Reese of Gilford:  The sophomore forward had his best game of the season at Mascoma, scoring 12 points and grabbing 8 rebounds in a good road win.

 Josh Morissette of Exeter:  The sophomore guard scored 20 points as the Blue Hawks remained undefeated against Bedford 70-55.





Other members of the Locker Room include:

Dante Young of Nashua South:

Connor Zorn of Hollis-Brookline:

Dan Hayes of Timberlane:

Will Michaud of Salem:  

Owen Kane of Portsmouth:



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


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