New Hampshire Football Report

Helmet Stickers: Week 5



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

Ryan Bernier (Spaulding)
Bernier kicked a 25-yard field goal in the third overtime and made each of his three point-after attempts to help Spaulding defeat Dover, 24-21.

Xavier Burpee (Manchester West)
Burpee rushed for 194 yards and three touchdowns to help West defeat ConVal, 32-0.

Gilford/Belmont (Offensive Line)
Gilford/Belmont’s guys up front — Michael Swartzkopf, Hunter Bean, Michael Dandurand, Kenny Macabee and Jackson Cozzens — didn’t allow a sack and paved the way for a 379-yard rushing performance in the team’s 39-14 victory over Kingswood.

Alex Giuffria (Alvirne)
Giuffria ran for 105 yards and scored two touchdowns in the first half of a 41-7 triumph over Sanborn. One of his touchdowns was scored on a punt return.

Kyle Gora (Alvirne)
Gora, Alvirne’s starting quarterback, passed for 175 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 90 yards and a TD during a victory over Sanborn.

Riley Lawhorn (Souhegan)
Lawhorn ran for 268 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries in a 46-43 victory over previously unbeaten Milford. His TDs came on runs of 95, 70 and 62 yards.

Josh Maroun (Salem)
Maroun, a senior halfback/linebacker, ran for 124 yards on 20 carries and scored each of the game’s two touchdowns in a 12-0 triumph over Pinkerton Academy. He also recorded five tackles for a defense that shut out the Astros for the first time in the rivalry’s history.

Pelham (Defensive unit)
The Pythons limited Hollis/Brookline to 173 yards of offense (54 passing) in a 20-15 victory. The Cavaliers scored at least 48 points in three of their previous four games.

Rolando Sylvain (Newfound)
Sylvain ran for 142 yards and four touchdowns and added a pair of two-point conversions in Newfound’s 50-22 victory over Farmington-Nute.

Isaac Westover (Fall Mountain)
Westover scored on touchdown runs of 8, 27 and 35 yards to lead Fall Mountain past Bishop Brady, 42-6.

Devin Wood (Merrimack)
Wood scored three touchdowns — one rushing and two receiving — in a 35-19 triumph over Bishop Guertin. He scored on a 1-run run and caught TD passes of 41 and 7 yards.


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