New Hampshire Football Report

Helmet Stickers: Week 8


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Tiger An (Windham)
An ran for 108 yards and three touchdowns to help the Jaguars erase a 21-point halftime deficit and defeat Concord, 30-21.

Ryder Aubin (Dover)
Aubin, a senior quarterback, completed 26 of 41 passes for 424 yards and five touchdowns, and also ran for a TD in Dover’s 48-42 overtime loss to Timberlane.

Brandon Beland (Windham)
Beland gained 80 yards on four carries and caught three passes for 38 yards to help Windham defeat Concord 30-21.

Matt Burke (Kennett)
Burke ran for 25 yards and a touchdown on six carried and recorded four tackles to help Kennett defeat Merrimack Valley, 28-21.

Bryce Carberry (Dover)
Carberry made nine receptions for 136 yards and two touchdowns during a 48-42 overtime loss against Timberlane.

Tyler Christian (Stevens)
Christian ran the ball 14 times for 78 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-16 victory over ConVal. He also completed 7 of 11 passes for 130 yards, had a team-high eight tackles (six solo) and intercepted a pass.

Gianni Ciotti (Plymouth)
Ciotti, a free safety/wingback, had 10 tackles and recovered a fumble on defense, and caught two passes for 30 yards on offense as Plymouth kept its playoff hopes alive with a 14-7 win against St. Thomas.

Brett Davis (Dover)
Davis caught 11 passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns in a 48-42 loss to Timberlane.

Defensive backfield (Gilford/Belmont)
Logan Grant, Isaiah Reese, Jalen Reese, Brady Heyman, Michael Kitto, Hutch Haskins and Isaiah Lambert limited Hanover to one completion in 10 pass attempts and intercepted two passes in a 35-8 win.


Eddie DiGiulio (Timberlane)
DiGiulio scored four touchowns — three rushing and one receiving — during a 48-42 overtime victory against Dover.

Taylor Gallant (Manchester West)
Gallant ran for 150 yards and a touchdown and intercepted a pass to help West defeat Hollis-Brookline, 21-6.

Drew Hosmer (Laconia)
Hosmer ran for 317 yards and four touchdowns on 31 carries in a 42-14 victory over Sanborn. He’s run for 1,313 yards in seven games this season.

Reimello Hyde (Merrimack)
Hyde had 254 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns (three rushing, one on an 80-yard kickoff return) in a 44-7 triumph over Goffstown.

Romy Jain (Souhegan)
Jain, a sophomore quarterback, completed 16 of 32 passes for 360 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-21 loss to unbeaten Pelham.

Ethan Jarvis (Monadnock)
Jarvis rushed for 174 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries in a 36-12 win against Epping/Newmarket.

Evan Koroski (Kennett)
Koroski had 10 tackles, carried the ball 15 times for 104 yards and caught a 9-yard pass in 28-21 win against Merrimack Valley.

Michael Macaione (Gilford/Belmont)
Macaione, a two-way lineman, made 12 tackles, including two sacks and two other tackles for loss, in a 35-8 victory against Hanover.

Madux McGrath (Souhegan)
McGrath, a senior wide receiver/defensive back, recorded 30 takles (eight solo, 22 assisted) in Souhegan’s 28-21 loss to Pelham. He also caught five passes for 110 yards.

Henry Ntoro (Windham)
Ntoro recorded 8.5 tackles, including a sack, as Windham shut out Concord in the second half of its   30-21 victory.

Offensive Line (Gilford/Belmont)
Michael Macaione, Tucker Fleury, Neal Downs, Gavin Clark and Stratford Kenny didn’t allow a sack and helped the Golden Eagles run for 339 yards (8.27 yards per carry) and four touchdowns in a 35-8 victory against Hanover.

Tavon Porter (Kennett)
Porter recorded a team-high 11 tackles and gained 27 yards on six carries in a 28-21 victory over Merrimack Valley.

Dan Post (Timberlane)
Post, a running back who suffered a season-ending ACL injury last season, scored two touchdowns in Timberlane’s 48-42 triumph over Dover. It was his second game back since he had surgery during the 2021 playoffs.

Steven Reynolds (Souhegan)
Reynolds, a senior wide receiver/defensive back, had two receptions for 132 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Pelham.

Caden Sanborn (Plymouth)
Because of injuries, Sanborn was moved from wingback to help shore up the offensive line and helped the Bobcats run for more than 200 yards in a 14-7 win against St. Thomas. Sanborn also starts at defensive end and recorded six tackles and recovered a fumble in the victory.

Josh Sweeney (Windham)
Reynolds, Windham’s starting quarterback, completed 7 of 14 passes for 120 and a touchdown, and gained 30 yards on eight carries during a 30-21 win against Concord.

Tyler Walcott (Kennett)
Walcott retured two kicks 105 yards, including an 85-yard return for a touchdown; caught three passes for 69 yards and a TD, made four tackles and intercepted a pass in Kennett’s 28-21 win against Merrimack Valley.

Dylan Welch (Plymouth)
Despite a sprained ankle, Welch ran for 140 yards and two touchdowns in a 14-7 victory against St. Thomas. He’s gained 1,288 yards on the ground this season.


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