New Hampshire Football Report

Helmet Stickers: Week 2


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

Mike Evans (Mascoma)

Evans passed for 124 yards and a touchdown, and ran for 149 yards and two TDs in Mascoma’s 34-32 loss to Fall Mountain. The Royals failed to score on a two-point-conversion attempt that would have tied the game with four seconds to play.

Note: For being selected as the New Hampshire Football Report Player of the Week, Evans will receive a $25 gift card from Subway courtesy of MG Sports. The Player of the Week will be selected from the list of Helmet Sticker nominees each week.


Cody Bannon (Plymouth)
Bannon, a senior quarterback, tossed three touchdown passes, including a 22-yard TD pass with 2:33 to play, in Plymouth’s come-from-behind 21-20 victory over Kennett.

Alex Brown (Hillsboro-Deering/Hopkinton)
Brown recorded 11 tackles, including eight solo tackles and one sack, in a 28-7 triumph over Merrimack Valley. He also had a fumble recovery in the victory. Three of his tackles were made behind the line of scrimmage (TFL).

Kevin Casey (Spaulding)
Casey, a senior tailback, carried the ball 26 times for 155 yards and two touchdowns (5 and 3 yards) to help Spaulding defeat St. Thomas 32-20. He also scored on a 55-yard punt return, and ran in the two-point conversion following that TD.

Sean Griffiths (Plymouth)
Griffiths, a senior offensive tackle/defensive end, had eight solo tackles and four assisted tackles in Plymouth’s 21-20 victory over Kennett. He also caused and recovered a fumble with less than three minutes to play, which set up Plymouth’s game-winning TD.

Jarrett Henault (Goffstown)
Henault, a senior quarterback, was 8 of 15 for 125 yards and two touchdowns through the air, and ran the ball seven times for 44 yards and a TD to help Goffstown defeat Alvirne.

Jeffrey Jozefik (Memorial)
Jozefik, a senior quarterback, completed 8 of 16 passes for 157 yards, and gained 111 yards on the ground with two rushing touchdowns as Memorial improved to 2-0 by beating Concord, 34-13. His TDs included a 67-yard TD run in the third quarter that gave the Crusaders the lead for good.

Mikey Levesque (Goffstown)
Levesque recorded five tackles and intercepted a pass to lead the Grizzlies’ defense in a 35-6 triumph over Alvirne.

Darian Lopez-Sullivan (Dover)
Lopez-Sullivan, a junior quarterback, completed 11 of 22 pass attempts for 121 yards and a touchown (one interception), and also carried the ball 10 times for 37 yards in a 7-6 triumph over Exeter. He accouted for 14 first downs in the game.

Jack McLean (Gilford/Belmont)
McLean passed for 140 yards and four touchdowns on seven passing attempts, and also had a rushing TD in Gilford/Belmont’s 53-0 triumph over Kingswood.

Memorial (Defense)
The Crusaders surrendered less than 50 yards rushing, recorded six sacks and forced four turnovers (two interceptions) in their victory over Concord.

Jack Morrall (Hillsboro-Deering/Hopkinton)
Morrall, a junior tailback/linebacker, rushed for 218 yards and three touchdowns (and one two-point conversion) to help H-D/H improve its record to 1-1 by beating Merrimack Valley. He also recorded two solo tackles.

Seamus Murphy (Hanover)
Murphy, a junior running back/outside linebacker, ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns on 26 attempts in a 32-13 victory over Stevens. He also recorded three tackles and intercepted a pass that he returned 57 yards to the Stevens 10-yard line.

Caden Perry (Goffstown)
Perry made three catches for 61 yards and a touchdown, and gained 17 yards on his only carry in Goffstown’s victory over Alvirne.

Zach Picard (Goffstown)
Picard ran for 104 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries in a 35-6 victory over Alvirne.

Jack Schaefer (Pembroke Academy)
Schaefer rushed for 125 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries in the first half of Pembroke’s 49-7 triumph over Bishop Brady.

Ben Williams (Hanover)
Williams, a sophomore running back/safety, gained 129 yards and ran for two TDs on eight carries in Hanover’s triumph over Stevens. He also made five tackles and had one pass breakup.


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