New Hampshire Football Report

Helmet Stickers: Week 8


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

Jake Civiello (Souhegan)

Civiello, a senior wide receiver/defensive back, caught four passes for 47 yards and a touchdown and intercepted two passes in Souhegan’s 31-7 triumph over Timberlane in Saturday’s Division II semifinals. Civiello’s TD came on a 14-yard pass from Austin Jain in the second quarter and helped Souhegan take a 14-0 halftime lead. The Sabers (8-0) will be at home when they face Plymouth (7-0) in Saturday’s Division II championship game.

Note: For being selected as the New Hampshire Football Report Player of the Week, Civiello 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.


Will Boyle (Souhegan)
Boyle, a senior defensive end, forced a fumble and returned a blocked punt for a touchdown in Souhegan’s 31-7 triumph over Timberlane in the Division II semifinals.

Reese Colby (Souhegan)
Colby, a senior wide receiver/defensive back, caught three passes for 37 yards and two touchdowns to help Souhegan defeat Timberlane in the Division II playoffs.

Maruis Edwards (Newport)
Edwards, Newport’s starting quarterback, ran for two touchdowns and completed 3 of 40 passes for 75 yards and another TD in his team’s 42-0 victory over Somersworth in the Division IV title game. Edwards is also the team’s placekicker and opened the game with a successful onside kick that led to Newport’s first touchdown.

Mason Fecteau (Pelham)
Fecteau, a senior defensive back, returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown to help Pelham defeat Stevens to win the Division III title. It was one of three passes the Pythons intercepted in the game.

Dante Fernandes (Salem)
Fernandes gained 108 yards on 13 attempts and scored twice in Salem’s loss to Nashua North in the Division I semifinals. Fernandes scored on a 33-yard run and on a 55-yard pass from quarterback Cody Clements.

Curtis Harris-Lopez (Nashua North)
Harris-Lopez, a senior quarterback and safety, ran for 207 yards and four touchdowns to highlight Nashua North’s 33-28 victory over Salem in the Division I semifinals. His touchdowns came on runs of 30, 5, 33 and 1 yard.

Jarrett Henault (Goffstown)
Henault ran for two touchdowns and completed 9 of 16 passes for 110 yards and another TD to help Goffstown beat Winnacunnet 27-15 in the Division II semifinals. He finished the game with 95 yards rushing on 18 carries.

Jake Herrling (Pelham)
Herrling, a senior running back, ran for 128 yards on nine carries and scored two touchdowns during Pelham’s 40-0 victory over Stevens in the Division III championship game. Herrling’s touchdowns came on runs of 5 and 59 yards.

Alex Karpawich (Souhegan)
Karpawhich, a senior defensive end, recorded two sacks and had three tackles for loss to help the Sabers advance to the Division II championship game by beating Timberlane, 31-7.

Pascal Lemieux (Stevens)
Despite being limited in practice because of an injury, Lemieux, a junior, recorded 14 tackles, including 12 solo stops, in the Cardinals’ loss to Pelham in the Division III championship game.

Jagger Lovely (Newport)
Lovely, one of 15 seniors on the Newport roster, ran for a game-high 100 yards on 18 carries and scored twice to help Newport defeat Somersworth 42-0 in the Division IV championship game. Lovely’s TDs came on runs of 15 and 5 yards.

Aidan McDonald (Salem)
McDonald ran for a team-high 118 yards — including a 6-yard TD run — on 21 attempts in Salem’s 33-28 loss to Nashua North in the Division I semifinals.

Zach Picard (Goffstown)
Picard ran for a game-high 107 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries in Goffstown’s Division I playoff victory over Winnacunnet. His TD came on a 13-yard run on the opening play of the fourth quarter.


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