New Hampshire Football Report

Top 10 games from 2019: No. 8

No. 8: Pelham 21, Souhegan 20 

It’s not hard to identify the key play in our No. 8 game from last season.

Souhegan trailed by a point after scoring on its first overtime possession, but came up empty when it went for the two-point conversion — and the win — following Ryan Hauser’s 10-yard touchdown run on first down.

The Pythons took a seven-point lead in overtime after Wildcat QB Charlie Katin scored on a 10-yard run and Jake Herrling made the point-after kick. 

Souhegan opened the game’s scoring on a 29-yard pass from QB Austin Jain to Connor Holland, but Matt Muise helped the Pythons make it a 7-7 game at halftime by scoring from a yard away.

After a scoreless third, quarterback Ian Hoey gave Pelham the lead on a 6-yard touchdown run with 4:42 remaining in the fourth, but Souhegan pulled even when Jain dove into the end zone from a yard away with 1:42 to play.

Souhegan moved the ball 64 yards on 11 plays during its game-tying drive, which included receptions by Holland, Hauser, Riley Lawhorn and Luke Manning.

No. 9: Alvirne 23, Souhegan 22

No. 10: Windham 28, Central 21


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