New Hampshire Football Report

Helmet Stickers: Week 10


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Blayne Belanger (Somersworth)
Belanger, a sophomore linebacker, had four quarterback hurries, two of which led to interceptions, two sackes and three other tackles for loss in a 56-7 victory over Raymond in the Division IV semifinals.

JJ Bright (Souhegan)
Bright, a junior running back/linebacker, ran for 138 ayrds and three touchdown on six attempts and recorded five tackles to help fourth-seeded Souhegan defeat fifth-seeded Kennett 49-7 in the Division I quarterfinals.

Frankie Brown (Winnacunnet)
Brown, a senior running back, ran for 104 yards and a touchdown to help Winnacunnet defeat Manchester Central 24-14.

Owen Clark (Somersworth)
Clark, a senior guard/defensive end, had four pancake blocks, two QB hurries, two sacks and another tackle for loss in a 56-7 win against Raymond.

Jake Fredericks (Winnacunnet)
Fredericks, a two-way lineman, recorded eight tackles, a safety and scored on two two-point conversions as Winnacunnet ended its season with a 24-14 win over Manchester Central.

Scott Hershberger (Campbell)
Hershberger, a sophomore running back, ran for 276 yards and five touchdowns as third-seeded Campbell upset second-seeded Monadnock 37-14 in the Division III semifinals.


Romy Jain (Souhegan)
Jain, a sophomore quarterback, completed 8 of 11 passes for 199 yards and scored three touchdowns (two passing and one rushing) in a 49-7 victory over Kennett in the Division II quarterfinals.

Michael Kitto (Gilford/Belmont)
Kitto ran for a team-high 165 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries in a 24-0 victory over St. Thomas in the Division II quarterfinals.

Calvin Lambert (Somersworth)
Lambert, a senior captain, surpassed 1,000 yards rushing for the season by running for 105 yards and two touchdowns on two carries in Somersworth’s 56-7 victory over Raymond in the Division IV semifinals. Defensively, he had an interception, three tackles for loss, two QB hurries and two sacks.

Samuel Levine (Nashua South)
Levine, a freshman running back, ran for 167 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries in a 42-26 win against Salem.

Madux McGrath (wide receiver/defensive back)
McGrath, a senior wide receiver/defensive back, had two receptions for 83 yards and two touchdowns and led his team with 10 tackles in a 49-7 triumph over Kennett. He also had one tackle for loss and one fumble recovery.

Jake O’Connor (Nashua South)
O’Connor, a senior tight end, threw a 75-yard touchdown pass, had 50 yards receiving and a TD catch, and ran for a TD in 42-26 triumph over Salem.

Offensive Line (Gilford/Belmont)
Michael Macaione, Tucker Fleury, Neal Downs, Gavin Clark and Stratt Kenny allowed the Golden Eagles to run for 411 yards on 52 attempts (7.9 yards per carry) in Gilford/Belmont’s 24-0 playoff win against St. Thomas.

Dan Post (Timberlane)
Post, a senior running back, rushed for 120 yards and three touchdowns to help sixth-seeded Timberlane defeat 11th-seeded Concord 20-14 in the first round of the Division I playoffs.

Isaiah Reese (Gilford/Belmont)
Reese gained 127 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries in a 24-0 victory over St. Thomas in the Division II quarterfinals.

Matt Santosuosso (Bishop Guertin)
Santosuosso, a senior quarterback/safety, passed for 116 yards and two touchdowns, ran for 194 yards and two TDs and intercepted a pass as fifth-seeded Bishop Guertin advanced to the Division I quarterfinals with a 42-14 victory over 12th-seeded Dover.

Tayshawn Sheppard (Somersworth)
Sheppard, a junior captain, rushed for 131 yards and three touchdowns on three carries as top-seeded Somersworth beat fouth-seeded Raymond 56-7 in the Division IV semifinals.

Seth Worrell (Somersworth)
Worrell, a sophomore linebacker, had three interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown, as Somerworth extended its season by beating Raymond 56-7 in the Division IV semifinals.


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