New Hampshire Football Report

Helmet Stickers: Week 2



Thank you to the coaches who submitted player information this week …

Owen Brickley (Plymouth)
Brickley, a senior running back, rushed for 152 yards and a touchdown and caught four passes for 69 yards and another TD in Plymouth’s 27-13 triumph over John Stark.

Evan Cormier (Londonderry)
Cormier completed 15 of 18 passes for 236 yards and a touchdown to help the Lancers defeat Salem 28-21. Cormier also rushed for 66 yards on 18 carries.

Lou Granger (Winnacunnet)
Granger ran for 170 yards and three touchdowns on seven carries and also returned a punt 80 yards for a TD to help Winnacunnet defeat Portsmouth/Oyster River 47-14.

Mason Greene (Winnacunnet)
Greene, a senior defensive tackle, recorded 12 tackles, including three tackles behind the line of scrimmage and 2.5 sacks, and also intercepted a pass in Newfound’s 61-13 victory over Bishop Brady.

Tyler Hoar (Winnacunnet)
Hoar, a quarterback/defensive back, stepped in for injured starting QB Joe LaRosa and completed both of his passes for 40 yards and one touchdown in Winnacunnet’s 47-14 triumph over Portsmouth/Oyster River. He also forced two fumbles.

Jake Holland (Londonderry)
Holland made seven receptions for 86 yards and recorded five tackles as Londonderry improved to 2-0 with a 28-21 victory against Salem.

Jeffrey Holt (Hanover)
Holt hauled in a a 55-yard touchdown pass from Mason Winter late in the contest to help Hanover raise its record to 2-0 with a 20-14 victory over Hollis-Brookline.

Keeghan McAllister (Stevens)
McAllister, a junior running back, gained 211 yards on 29 carries and ran for three touchdowns in a 19-0 victory over rival Newport on Saturday.

Keegan Mills (Campbell)
Mills,  a junior running back/linebacker, ran for 175 yards and two touchdowns and made a team-high 10 tackles to help the Cougars defeat Epping/Newmarket 43-6.

Jonathon Mitchell (Gilford/Belmont)
Mitchell, a sophomore middle linebacker, made a game-high 17 tackles in Gilford/Belmont’s 20-7 triumph against Merrimack Valley. Mitchell has 28 tackles in two games this season.

Tiellar Mitchell (Newfound)
Mitchell, a senior running back, scored three rushing touchdowns and added a two-point conversion as Newfound opened its season with a 61-13 triumph over Bishop Brady.

Lucien Mumpini (Bedford)
Mumpini, a senior receiver/defensive back/kick returner, caught four passes for 31 yards, picked up 10 yards on one carry, returned five punts 72 yards and had an interception in Bedford’s 44-3 victory over Concord.

Philip Nichols (Winnisquam)
Nichols, a sophomore quarterback, completed 11 of 13 passes for 220 yards and two touchdowns (one interception), and also carried the ball five times for 74 yards and two touchdowns in a 39-7 victory over Farmington/Nute. Nichols contributed six tackles (four solo) on defense.

Plymouth defense
The Bobcats held John Stark without a first down until 30 seconds remained in the first half of Saturday’s 27-14 victory. John Stark’s offense scored its only touchdown on a 50-yard pass with 15 seconds to play. The Generals also scored on a blocked punt.

Cody Potter (Windham)
Potter, a senior quarterback, completed each of his six pass attempts for 181 yards and three touchdowns to help the Jaguars collected their first Division I victory, 54-0, against Spaulding.

Souhegan defense
The Sabers held ConVal to 80 yards of offense, recorded seven sacks and forced five turnovers in a 13-0 win.

Jeff Wiedenfeld (Londonderry)
Wiedenfield ran for 87 yards and three touchdowns on 17 attempts, caught three passes for 67 yards, made seven tackles and forced a fumble in Londonderry’s 28-21 triumph over Salem.

Adam Thornton (Merrimack)
Thornton ran for 71 yards and one touchdown, recorded five sacks and blocked a punt in Merrimack’s 37-6 victory over Manchester Memorial.

Ryan Toscano (Bedford)
Toscano, a senior running back/linebacker, ran for 147 yards and three touchdowns and caught two passes for 31 yards in Bedford’s victory over Concord.

Mason Winter (Hanover)
Winter completed 3 of 4 passes on a scoring drive that handed Hanover a 20-14 win over Hollis-Brookline. His 55-yard touchdown pass to Jeffrey Holt capped the scoring. Winter also intercepted a pass that helped seal the victory.


Nominations for Helmet Stickers should be submitted no later than noon each Monday. The information must be provided by a member of that team’s coaching staff. Helmet Stickers is sponsored by MG Sports. Contact MG Sports owner Michael Garczynski at for your fundraising needs.

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