David Haley started NH Sports Page in July of 2007. In eleven years he has written hundreds of football & basketball columns covering New Hampshire high school sports including articles that have been featured in Barstool Sports, USA Today and Yahoo Sports! In addition to NH Sports Page he is also the co-host of the New Hampshire High School Sports Show on WFEA Radio with Pete Tarrier and Justin McIsaac as well as a regular contributor to the McIsaac on Sports Network.
David is an alumnus of Gilford high school, Bridgton Academy, and Keene State College and currently resides near Hampton Beach with his twelve-year-old daughter Allison.
Follow Dave on Twitter - @NHSportsPage
Pete is a lifelong resident of New Hampshire. Born and raised in Nashua, Pete's 1st sports memory was Bernie Carbo's dramatic pinch-hit 3 run home run in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. He missed Carlton Fisk's even more famous extra innings game-winner because he fell asleep. Who can blame him? He was only 5 years old at the time! After that moment, there was no turning back, Pete was hooked on sports.
His passion led him to broadcasting school and has since propelled him to a 25 year career in NH radio as a sportscaster and advertising salesman. Pete got his 1st radio job at 92.1 WNHQ-FM in Milford/Peterborough way back in 1991 doing ConVal basketball games. In 1995 he went to WGIR AM/ROCK 101 for the next 10 years winning multiple Golden Mike awards. He then spent 5 years at Sports Radio WGAM “The Game” in Manchester/Nashua from 2005-2010, before taking a job at 98.5 “The Sports Hub” in Boston. After a short stay in Boston, Pete returned to WGIR in the summer of 2010 and spent 5 more years there. In the fall of 2015 Pete joined the staff of ESPN New Hampshire in the new partnership with NH Sportspage.
He now lives in Goffstown with his wife Meagan and their 2 sons, Zack and Ryan.
Follow Pete on Twitter - @PeteTarrier
Eliot is NH Sports Pages' resident web master and designer. In addition, Eliot started the NH Basketball Forum in 2007 which soon became the popular NH Sports Forum. His claim to fame is hitting a half court heave in his mens basketball league to cut the haftime deficit to 13 in July of 2013.
Eliot grew up in the small town of Bristol, VT where he played soccer and basketball. Eliot graduated from Keene State College in 2002 and soon thereafter spent 4 years as an assistant varsity basketball coach at Alvirne High School in Hudson. Eliot keeps busy schedule working during the day for a cyber security software company, spending time with his family, dominating at fantasy football and of course bringing you the best NH HS sports website browsing experience in the state.
Eliot has recently moved back to the New England region, residing in Grafton, MA. Thought he doesn't get to many NH HS games anymore, his passion for HS sports drives his involvement in the NHSportsPage journey.
Follow Eliot on Twitter - @EBlessNHSP
Jen Chick-Ruth has been a videographer for the website since 2013. Jen is a 2005 graduate of Coe-Brown Northwood Academy where she ran a lot, threw a ball in a hoop, and tried to hit that outside pitch. In 2009, she graduated from Keene State College with a degree in Journalism.
Along with NHsportspage, Jen is also a camera operator for the Manchester Monarchs and New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
Jen currently resides in Northwood with her wife Jill and daughter Avery.
Follow Jen on Twitter - @jchick11
Justin McIsaac was born and raised in Rochester NH. He attended Spaulding High School, where he earned a varsity letter in Drama Club (Seriously). Justin could often be found yelling at the refs at Red Raider basketball and football games.
Justin has had a wide variety of jobs, including Professional Wrestler. He wrestled all over New England, New Jersey, and Canada from 1998-2009, under the names Justin Shaype, and Justin Powers. He appeared on shows with well known names like Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, and CM Punk.
Justin has been broadcasting in the seacoast for various radio stations for the past four years. He was the voice of the Portsmouth High Clippers boys and girls basketball teams for the past two seasons. Justin‘s favorite teams all reside in New England, his favorite athletes ever are: Pedro Martinez, Larry Bird, Steve Grogan, Cam Neely, Ric Flair, and Marshall Homan (Justin maintains that bowlers are athletes).
Justin lives with his wife and two children in Rochester, he loves to play golf badly, bowl fairly well, and scream at sports on TV as though the refs and coaches can hear him.
Follow Justin on Twitter - @Justin_McIsaac
Nichole Marrero- Videographer
From the Dominican Republic.
High School – Graduated Dover High School in 2015
College – Currently attending Great Bay Community College going for a Digital Media & Communications Associates degree.
I now live in Durham.
Favorite Sport – Basketball. I also play Basketball. (guard)
Favorite Basketball Player – LeBron James.
Hobbies: Shopping. Playing Basketball. And more shopping
When I’m not making videos, or attending school you can either find me at Marshalls or TJMaxx.
I enjoy capturing those special moments with my camera and making short highlight videos of the event.
Lance Legere- Play by Play and Girls Basketball Statistics
Lance was raised in small town Gorham, New Hampshire. He fell in love with the game of basketball in 2009, watching the entire Celtics-Bulls First Round series of the NBA Playoffs. From then on he was hooked. Lance came into the world of NHSportspage when he reached out to Dave Haley as a sophomore to put his team's stats on the website. Then came the days of "Caged Heat" as a high school senior, and now here we are, a staff member for NHSportspage.
Austin Grass- Videographer