Manchester West was launched out of a canon on Tuesday night at Lebanon as the Blue Knights opened the game on a 22-0 run and never looked back as they cruised to 66-27 win. The Romike Report with Andy Romike was on the scene for the action…
Andy Romike (Lebanon Class of 2022) has returned from his freshman year winter break at Arizona State and is joining us a contributor. In addition to helping out with graphic design work, he’s also going to be shooting highlights, recapping games and interviewing players for us. If you see Andy on the road, know you’re in for a treat. Check out his first recap for us as Lebanon defeated Hanover on Tuesday night.
Let’s celebrate the best of the best from the NHIAA that have continued their careers into the NCAA. Below is a list of NHIAA ballers that are currently playing at the collegiate level.
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|NAME||HIGH SCHOOL||COLLEGE||YEAR / NOTE|
|Max Bonney-Liles||Alvirne||Keene St.||Senior|
|Cam Jones||Alvirne||Lamar St.||Sophomore|
|Brett McKinley||Alvirne||Plymouth St.||Junior|
|Emily VanSteensburg||Bishop Brady||Plymouth St.||Senior|
|Tommy Fraser||Bishop Brady||Saint Anselm||Junior|
|Lily Rivera||Bishop Brady ’17||Gordon ’21||Assistant Coach|
|Ami Rivera||Bishop Brady ’21||Gordon||Sophomore|
|Isabella Rivera||Bishop Brady ’21||Gordon||Sophomore|
|Anna Stawasz||Bishop Guertin||Rivier||Sophomore|
|Brianna Wilcox||Bishop Guertin||Rivier||Freshman|
|Hannah Muchemore||Bishop Guertin||Rivier||Junior|
|Cam Homsey||Central Catholic||Endicott||Junior|
|Natalie Harris||Coe-Brown||Plymouth St.||Junior|
|Sage Smith||Colebrook||Northern Vermont||Sophomore|
|Eva Hodgson||Conant||North Carolina||Senior|
|Rylan Canabano||Concord||Plymouth St.||Junior|
|Al-Rashid Koko||Concord ’22||Gordon||Freshman|
|Isaac Jarvis||Concord Christian ’22||Gordon||Freshman|
|Kevin Henry||Exeter||Plymouth St.||Junior|
|Brady Elliott||Fall Mountain||Regis||Freshman|
|Riley Marsh||Gilford ’22||Plymouth St.||Freshman|
|Rob Baguidy||Goffstown ’22||Rivier||Freshman|
|Maxwell Galbraith||Hanover||Plymouth St.||Freshman|
|Halie Hurd||Hillsboro-Deering||Plymouth St.||Senior|
|Delaney Wilcox||Hinsdale||New England College||Sophomore|
|Angelina Nardolillo||Hinsdale||Rhode Island College||Sophomore|
|Elijah Swanson||Inter-Lakes||Plymouth St.||Sophomore|
|Autumn Nelson||John Stark||Plymouth St.||Senior|
|Christian Barr||John Stark||Plymouth St.||Junior|
|Anna Stenger||John Stark||Rivier||Junior|
|Liam Johnston||Keene||Keene St.||Freshman|
|Brogan Shannon||Kingswood||Saint Anselm||Freshman|
|Sophie George||Laconia||Plymouth St.||Freshman|
|Jon Willeman||Lebanon ’20||New Hampshire||Junior|
|Catherine Cole||Lebanon ’22||Connecticut||Freshman|
|Dawson Dickson||Manchester Central||SNHU||Assistant Coach|
|Ty Thomas||Manchester Memorial||Plymouth St.||Senior|
|Jessica Carrier||Manchester Memorial||Rivier||Sophomore|
|Lyric Grumblatt||Manchester Memorial||Rivier||Junior|
|Tamrah Gould||Manchester Memorial||Southern Maine||Junior|
|Melanie Presseau||Manchester Memorial||WPI||Senior|
|Liberti Lacasse||Mascoma Valley||Colby-Sawyer||Freshman|
|Ben Seiler||Mascoma Valley||St. Joseph’s (ME)||Freshman|
|Ryan Banuskevich||Milford||Plymouth St.||Junior|
|Henry Pikus||Milton Academy||UC Santa Cruz||Freshman|
|Alexis Matte||Mount Royal||Norwich||Senior|
|Spencer Labrecque||Nashua North||Wheaton||Sophomore|
|Sam McElliott||Nashua North||U. of New England||Sophomore|
|Brandon Choate||Nashua North||SNHU||Sophomore|
|Joe Morrell||Oyster River||Fisher||Junior|
|Ryan Herrion||Oyster River||New Hampshire||Assistant Coach|
|Sean Menard||Pembroke||Plymouth St.||Senior|
|Josh Morissette||Phillips Exeter||Wofford||Freshman|
|Brooke Kane||Pinkerton||New Hampshire||Senior|
|Leia Brunt||Plymouth||William Smith||Freshman|
|Johnny McBride||Souhegan ’22||Messiah||Freshman|
|Andrew Politi||Trinity||Franklin Pierce||Freshman|
|Avery Hazelton||White Mountains||Plymouth St.||Freshman|
Top-seeded Souhegan was held to just three first quarter points, but the Sabers clawed their way to a 41-32 victory over #4 Lebanon on Tuesday night in semifinal action of the NHIAA Division II Boys Basketball State Tournament at Oyster River High School in Durham. Souhegan advances to the D-II title game where they will take on #3 ConVal on Sunday at the University of New Hampshire at 1:00 pm.
The Sabers were paced by a game-high 15 points from Joe Bernasconi, while the Raiders were led by 13 from Jackson Stone and 12 from Braeden Falzarano. Check out the highlights…
Lebanon went on the road to win its 15th-straight on Wednesday night as the Raiders defeated Bishop Brady, 75-51, in Concord. The Raiders were led by a game-high 25 points from Jackson Stone and 19 from Braeden Falzarano, while the Giants were paced by 18 points from Ivan Yen and 10 from Gumee Mbata.
With the win, Lebanon improves to 15-1 and sets up a regular-season finale showdown with ConVal (14-3) on Friday night. Brady falls to 9-6 on the season and had its four-gam win streak snapped.
All eyes will be on the capital region tonight as the city of Concord features pivotal match-ups in Division II and Division IV and we’ll be bringing you video highlight coverage of the two big tilts.
In D-II, the 14-1 Lebanon Raiders put their 14-game win streak on the line as they hit the road to take on a blistering hot Bishop Brady squad (9-5) that connected on 15 threes last night en route to an impressive 95-84 win over ConVal (14-3).
Across town, Concord Christian (8-1) hosts Derryfield (6-3) in a crucial contest that is sure to have a big impact on seedings near the top of the D-IV standings.
Enjoy the show!
The Lebanon Raiders needed overtime to earn their 13th-straight victory with a 50-40 overtime win at Hanover on Monday night. Lebanon improves to 13-1 on the season, while Hanover falls to 4-12.
Our relentless coverage of basketball in the Granite State continues this week with video highlights, photos and live streams from an impressive 15 games around the state! We’ve got pivotal match-ups across all four divisions and first-time coverage for a handful of teams as well.
No one is bringing you more coverage of New Hampshire basketball than Ball 603. Enjoy the show!
The wait is almost over. On Friday, December 10th, 84 of the 88 NHIAA boys varsity basketball teams will be in action with 42 games around the state as the 2021-22 season gets underway.
St. Thomas Aquinas hits the road to take on Hillsboro-Deering at 5:30 pm to mark the first official tilt of the new campaign. The Saints and Hillcats last squared off on February 28, 2020 in the regular-season finale as St. Thomas came away with an easy 72-46 victory at home.
Eight other contests tipoff at 6:00 pm, with 24 match-ups at 6:30 pm and nine more at 7:00 pm. It’s the most games on a single day all season long, so there’s no good reason to not get out and catch some local action on Friday night.
See you at the gym.