New Hampshire Football Report

Helmet Stickers: Week 3


NOTE: Nominations for Helmet Stickers can be emailed to and should be submitted no later than noon each Monday. The information must be provided by a member of that team’s coaching staff. Helmet Stickers is sponsored by MG Sports. Contact MG Sports owner Michael Garczynski at for your fundraising needs.

Sean Carrier (Kennett)
Carrier ran for 187 yards and three touchdowns on nine attempts to help Kennett defeat Laconia, 56-34.

Matt Cleary (Plymouth)
Cleary, a senior linebacker, had 10 tackles and batted down a pass in Plymouth’s 21-10 win against Merrimack Valley.

Emmett Colby (Spaulding)
Colby recorded seven tackles, including one tackle for loss, in Spaulding’s 12-10 victory over Portsmouth.

Tate Goucher (Winnacunnet)
Goucher, a senior wide receiver, had two receptions for 48 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-12 loss to Timberlane.

Thomas Hastey (Somersworth)
Hastey, a defensive tackle, had two hurries — one of which led to an interception — one sack, one tackle for loss and forced a fumble as Somersworth improved to 2-0 in Division IV with a 49-14 triumph over Mascoma.

David Jacques (Salem)
Jacques, a halfback, ran for a season-high 152 yards on 28 carries in a 35-15 loss to Exeter.

Trent Jackson (Merrimack)
Jackson completed 15 of 23 passes for 248 yards and three touchdowns to help Merrimack defeat Nashua South, 27-21.

Evan Koroski (Kennett)
Koroski rushed for 160 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries in a 56-34 victory over Laconia.

Calvin Lambert (Somersworth)
Lambert led the Somersworth offense by rushing for 127 yards and two touchdowns on six carries in a 49-14 victory against Mascoma.

Jack Lorenz (Monadnock)
Lorenz recorded 10 tackles (three sacks) to help Monadnock defeat Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough 22-20. He also ran for 109 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries, and scored twice on two-point-conversion attempts.

Roger Lucas (Hanover)
Lucas intercepted two passes in Hanover’s 40-14 triumph over Milford, one of which he returned for a touchdown.

Kaden Melendez (Spaulding)
Melendez, Spaulding’s starting quarterback,, tossed a 20-yard TD pass to Hunter Trueman with 1:31 to play to cap the scoring in Spaulding’s come-from-behind victory over Portsmouth/Oyster River. Melendez also intercepted a Portsmouth/Oyster River pass on the ClipperCats’ final possession.

Ethan Moss (Exeter)
Moss led the Exeter ground game in a 35-15 victoryover Salem by rushing for 183 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. He also made each of his five point-after kicks.

Amani Muya (Somersworth)
Muya, a freshman, made 10 solo tackles including three tackles for loss during Somersworth’s 49-14 win against Mascoma.

Emmitt Nossaman (Plymouth)
Nossaman, a sophomore defensive tackle, made 10 tackles and had 2.5 sacks in a 21-10 Division II victory over Merrimack Valley.

Offensive Line (Hanover)
The Bears ran for 322 yards in their 40-14 victory over Milford.

Offensive Line (Kennett)
Kyle Stearns, Greyson Whitchley, Noah Nowell, Cooper Santuccio, Traevon Spurlock and Sam Seavey paved the way for a rushing performance north of 300 yards in Kennett’s 56-34 triumph over Laconia.

Isaiah Reese (Gilford/Belmont)
Reese, Gilford/Belmont’s starting quarterback, ran for 254 yards and five touchdowns, and passed for 216 yards and three TDs in a 52-33 victory over previously unbeaten Bow.

Jalen Reese (Gilford/Belmont)
Reese caught three passes, all of which were thrown by his brother Isaiah, for 161 yards and three touchdowns in a 52-33 win over Bow.

Dominic Starr (Somersworth)
Starr made both of his point-after kicks in a 49-14 triumph over Mascoma, and pinned the Royals inside their 30-yard line on four of his five kickoffs (one touchback).

Quinn van Lingen (Newfound)
Van Lingen, a senior running back/linebacker, rushed for 139 yards and a touchdown in Newfound’s 18-6 win against Franklin. He also had eight tackles and forced (and recovered) a fumble in the victory.


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