New Hampshire Football Report

Helmet Stickers: Week 6


Defense (Campbell)
The Cougars held Monadnock to 46 yards of offense in their 18-0 victory. The Huskies were limited to 11 yards rushing and 35 yards through the air.

Kurtis Cross (Plymouth)
Cross, a senior QB, tossed four touchdown passes in a 35-7 victory over Merrimack Valley. His TD passes covered 19, 25, 33 and 47 yards.

Defense (Winnacunnet)
Winnacunnet held Portsmouth/Oyster River to 67 yards and no points during Friday night’s 21-6 victory. Portsmouth/Oyter River’s only TD came on a fumble return. It was the fifth time the Warriors have limited an opponent to seven points or less this season.

Cam Dubois/Jacob Gibson (Somersworth)
Dubois and Gibson, Somersworth’s starting offensive tackles, paved the way for a 421-yard rushing performance to help the Hilltoppers defeat Fall Mountain, 34-6.

Taylor Gallant (Manchester West)
Gallant ran for 135 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries and had more than 100 return yards in a 41-28 triumph over Pembroke Academy.

Toby Halpern (Goffstown)
Halpern, a defensive lineman, recorded two tackles for loss and intercepted a pass in Goffstown’s 35-6 victory against Spaulding.

Thomas Hastey (Somersworth)
Hastey turned in a strong defensive effort that included four tackles in a 34-6 triumph over Fall Mountain.

Drew Heenan (Londonderry)
Heenan completed 7 of his 8 passes for 98 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-13 victory over Windham.

Drew Hosmer/Cole Roy (Laconia)
Hosmer and Roy, both running backs, combined to rush for 225 yard and four touchdowns to help Laconia defeat ConVal 35-6.

Calvin Lambert (Somersworth)
Lambert ran for 150 yards and three touchdowns in Somersworth’s 34-6 win against Fall Mountain on Friday night.

Tucker McCann (Winnacunnet)
McCann, a senior running back, ran for 168 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries as the Warriors remained unbeaten with a 21-6 victory over Portsmouth/Oyster River.

Mike McNally (Manchester West)
McNally intecepted two passes, one of which he returned 95 yards for a score, to help the Blue Knights defeat Pembroke Academy 41-28.

Seth Osborne (Goffstown)
Osborne had five tackles and blocked a punt in Goffstown’s 35-6 triumph against Spaulding.

Caden Perry (Goffstown)
Perry had a 26-yard reception and returned an interception for a TD to help Goffstown beat Spaulding 35-6.

Colby Ramshaw (Londonderry)
Ramshaw, linebacker/wide receiver, recorded six tackles, blocked a PAT, recorded a sack and caught two touchdown passes in Londonderry’s 42-13  victory against Windham.

Kody Rashed (Concord)
Rashed rushed for 161 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries and recorded two sacks to help Concord defeat Manchester Central, 35-12.

Jai-Lique Ribeiro (Stevens)
Ribeiro carried the ball 11 times for 121 yards and two TDs — one of which was a 74-yard run — to help Stevens secure a 30-12 victory over Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough.

Connor Rowsell (Nashua South)
Rowell,  a slot receiver, caught 11 passes for 188 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-21 loss to Pinkerton Academy.

Michael Rutstein (Nashua South)
Rutstein, a senior quarterback, completed 16 of 25 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions in South’s 28-21 loss to Pinkerton Academy.

Peyton Strickland (Goffstown)
Strickland rushed for 82 yards and a touchdown on three carries and caught a 55-yard TD pass in a 35-6 victory against Spaulding.

Icean Taylor (Manchester West)
Taylor, West’s starting quarterback, rushed for 133 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries and completed an 80-yard TD pass to help the Blue Knights extend their winning streak to four games by beating Pembroke Academy 41-28. He also had an interception on defense.

Josh Webb (Goffstown)
Webb, Goffstown’s starting quarterback, completed 5 of 8 passes for 136 yards and three touchdowns in a 35-6 victory over Spaulding.

Aiden White (Stevens)
White caught two passes for 106 yards, including a 78-yard TD reception, made a 20-yard field goal and kicked three PATs to help Stevens defeat Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough, 30-12. His made field goal and his TD reception were both the first of his high school career.

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