New Hampshire Football Report

NHIAA Previews: Spaulding

Spaulding Red Raiders

Coach: Kevin Hebert (third season)
Division/Conference: Division I East
2019 Record: 2-7 (Did not qualify for Division I playoffs)
Returning starters (offense): 6
Returning starters (defense): 5
Key Returnees: Chandler Sutton, Jaric Levesque, Kevin Casey, Danny Forgarty, Max Frost, Andrew Goldstein, Griffin Couture, Robert Cusamano, Ben Wutisen, Connor Bryant, Joey Gionatti, Issac Lapointe, Ben Reeves, Noah Huynh and Travis Dean.
Season opener: vs. Dover (Sept. 25)
Coach’s Comment: “We are excited to be playing football this fall after a long summer of working out protocols. Last year was a solid building year for us in playing competitive football games week in and week out. The 2020 team looks to build off of that foundation. There will be many new faces along with some returners and this will be one of the deeper teams I’ve coached.  Were excited to be hosting Dover, traveling to St Thomas (for their first ever home game on the new turf field), hosting Portsmouth (if approved), and traveling to Exeter and Winnacunnet. Jim Dunn will be calling the shots defensively in his 51st year of coaching. Jeff Hunt, assistant head coach, will be running the special teams unit. As athletic director and head football coach, it has been great to see kids working out this summer. We all missed the student-athletes. If this situation has taught us something, it is to never take anything, especially sports, for granted.”


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