New Hampshire Football Report

Shrine Camp: Day 5

70th Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl

New Hampshire announced its captains for Saturday’s game Thursday morning. Captains were voted on by the team. The New Hampshire captains: running back Rex Sullivan (Sanborn), quarterback Zack Doward (Concord), offensive lineman Joe Pickett (St. Thomas) and offensive lineman Caden Sanborn (Plymouth).  … The 1955, 1956 and 1957 Shrine Maple Sugar Bowls were played at Manchester’s Municipal Athletic Field (now Gill Stadium). The first game, which was held in 1954, was played in Nashua. … Salem’s Max Jacques owns the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl record for yards rushing in the 2011 game (248). … Gilford’s Kyle Gaudet holds the record for yards receiving. Gaudet caught five passes for 190 yards in the 2015 game. … Michael Keenan of Mount St. Joseph has the record for yards passing in a game (352) and touchdown passes in a game (six). Both were set when Vermont beat New Hampshire 47-40 in 2000, which remains the highest-scoring Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl. … Saturday’s game will feature 12-minute quarters.  … New Hampshire has won the last three games and leads the series 50-16-2. … Tickets for Saturday’s game can be ordered online at


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