New Hampshire Football Report

Top 10 games from 2019: No. 4

TOP 10 NHIAA GAMES FROM 2019
No. 4: Trinity 31, Campbell 24 (OT)

Trinity played its best when it mattered most in this Division III contest.

The Pioneers, who trailed by six points entering the fourth quarter, forced ovetime on John Thibault’s 14-yard touchdown run with 6:33 remaining in regulation, and then took the lead for good when James Thibault (John’s younger brother) scored on fourth down from the 9-yard line on the first possession of overtime.

Trinity’s seven-point victory was official after linebacker Avery Fraser stopped Connor Sweeney on a fourth-down play on Campbell’s overtime possession.

Campbell recovered a fumble at the Trinity 5-yard line on the game’s opening kickoff. Keegan Mills scored on the next play and the two-point conversion handed the Cougars an 8-0 lead.

Trinity took an 11-8 lead on John Thibault’s 38-yard TD run, the two-point conversion and Liam McCoy’s field goal with 3:04 remaining in the first half.

Trinity extended its lead on John Thibault’ 47-yard TD run with 2:04 left in the half

The Cougars were within two points after Cam Barrett scored on a 2-yard run and Campbell added the two-point conversion with 8:40 left in the third quarter. Then Cambell regained the lead when Carter Vedrani completed a 35-yard pass to Barrett on fourth and 9 late in the third. Campbell led 24-18 entering the final 12 minutes.

After John Thibault’s TD tied the game midway through the fourth, his brother came up big on the fourth-down play in OT.

No. 5: Plymouth 14, Pelham 12

No. 6: Milford 14, Pelham 13

No. 7: Milford 28, Alvirne 27

No. 8: Pelham 21, Souhegan 20

No. 9: Alvirne 23, Souhegan 22

No. 10: Windham 28, Central 21

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