April 20, 2014

Field full for Under Armour 7-on-7 tournament

Here's is the 40-team field for the 2014 Northeast 7-on-7 North Regional, which will be held at Exeter High School on July 19 (10 a.m. start):

New Hampshire (17): Exeter, Manchester West, Concord, Kennett, Goffstown, Portsmouth, Pembroke, John Stark, St. Thomas, Timberlane, Londonderry, Dover, Winnacunnet, Manchester Memorial, Lebanon, Merrimack Valley, Windham.

Massachusetts (14): Swampscott, Haverhill, Methuen, Greater Lawrence Tech, Danvers, Mahar, St. John's Prep, North Middlesex, Winthrop, Tewksbury, Chelmsford, Longmeadow, Wakefield, Springfield Cathedral.

Maine (6): Massabesic, Wells, Marshwood, York, Bonny Eagle, Leavitt.

Vermont (3): Essex, Mount Mansfield, St. Johnsbury.

The schedule for pool play will be announced later this month.

Start recruiting process by attending NH Football Showcase

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Schools that have committed to attend: UNH, St. Anselm, Plymouth State, Bentley, Maine Maritime, Springfield, Endicott, Nichols, AIC, Bates, Assumption and Husson. This list will be updated when a school confirms that a representative will be in attendance.

Registration ongoing for Relentless Training Football Camp

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The Sixth Annual Relentless Training Football Camp will be held July 21-24 at the Bedford High School football stadium.

Bedford High School head coach Kurt Hines will run the non-contact camp, which will offer position-specific drills (including kicking) and is open to athletes throughout the state who are entering grades 7-12. The camp will run from 8 to 11 a.m. each day.

The cost is $175, and space is limited to the first 100 players.

For more information or to register, visit the Relentless Training Football Camp brochure.

To advertise your camp or clinic on New Hampshire Football Report, contact NHFR publisher Roger Brown at rbrown@nhfootballreport.com.

Spots available for Northeast Clinics

This year's Northeast Football Clinics, which specialize in Quarterback/Receiver and Lineman/Linebacker camps, will be held July 11-13 at Governor's Academy in Newbury, Mass.

Each camp is open to players entering grades 6 through 12. Exeter High School coach Bill Ball and Marshwood High School (South Berwick, Maine) coach Alex Rotsko are among the coaches working at the camps.

Coaches, parents and guests may observe the sessions free of charge.

For more information about the camps, a free brochure, directions to Governor's Academy or to register, visit the Northeast Clinics web site: http://www.northeastclinics.com/

To advertise your camp or clinic on New Hampshire Football Report, contact NHFR publisher Roger Brown at rbrown@nhfootballreport.com.

                                                                     

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Pembroke offering Lineman Challenge in July

Granite State Lineman Challenge 

When: July 12, 10 a.m.
Rainout Date: TBD
Registration Deadline: July 1
Where: Pembroke Academy, 209 Pembroke Rd, Pembroke, N.H.
Contact Info: Pembroke head coach Ray Connolly/rconnolly@mansd.org, (c) (603) 892-1692 or Pembroke defensive coordinator Justin Leonard/justin.leonard58@gmail.com (c) (603) 892 5905

Registration: $150 Per Team (Includes five shirts, add $15 each additional shirt)

- Teams of 5-7 players, 5 starters/2 alternates

- If a team brings another group of 5 or 10, they will be able to participate as High School 1, High School 2, High School 3

- Trainer on site - Must document all injuries

- Teams must have at least five athletes to compete in team events

- Water and a light lunch will be provided (bringing your own is encouraged) at the end of competition

- Teams are encouraged to wear team colors - team shirts and shorts are preferable 

- Cleats are encouraged

- All competitors will receive a t-shirt

- Team winners - Receive a team champion shirt /trophy

- Individual winner - receives a plaque

- All teams must have at least one team representative present (coach)

- If injury occurs, a team may compete with 4 OR supplement another player from Roster in the team 

- Lineman Challenge Director has final say in all events, actions, behaviors and spectators.

- Participants must be a LINEMAN on at least one side of the ball - no full time skill position players. 

- All competitors must be eligible for the 2014 season

Continue reading Pembroke offering Lineman Challenge in July.

Landau selected as Con-Val's coach

Con-Val logo.jpgCon-Val Regional High School has promoted Paul Landau from offensive coordinator to the program's head coach.

Landau has spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach on Ryan McCartney's Con-Val staff. McCartney resigned last month to accept a coaching position at Arizona Christian University in Phoenix. 

Con-Val was 4-14 in McCartney's two seasons, but failed to win a game last fall.

Landau also coached at Souhegan High School under former head coach Mike Beliveau.

April 17, 2014

NHFR holding donation drive for 2014 season

NHFR logo.jpgA hearty thank you goes out to all who have helped support the New Hampshire Football Report in the past, either through sponsorships or private donations.

NHFR is currently seeking donations and sponsors to help keep the site running through the 2014 season. If you would like to help NHFR in its effort to promote football in New Hampshire, please consider making a donation or becoming a sponsor.

Sponsorship options are available upon request. Donations of $20 or more can be made through PayPal by using any major credit card. Just click on the "Donate" button on the right sidebar. Donations can also be made by check and sent to the following address:

Roger Brown
20 Thornhill Road
Stratham, N.H.
03885

Franklin Pierce searching for assistant coach


Franklin Pierce logo.jpgThe Franklin Pierce football program is looking for a part-time assistant coach, preferably someone with experience coaching defensive backs.


Anyone interested should send or email a resume, cover letter and three references to Franklin Pierce head coach Pete Ewald at the following address:


Pete Ewald

Franklin Pierce University

40 University Drive

Rindge, N.H., 03461

ewaldp@franklinpierce.edu

 

April 16, 2014

Fundraisers created to raise money for Shriners Hospitals

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The Board of Governors for the 61st Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl has established two raffles and a social media site to help raise funds for the game and assist the three Shriners Hospitals in Boston, Springfield and Montreal. 

The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl has raised over $5,000,000 for the cause over its first 60 years.

The first raffle is for two sets of four tickets to see the New England Patriots. The opponent for the first game will be announced shortly after the NFL releases the 2014 schedule. These tickets are located in Section 128 row 15 seats 1 to 4. The second set is to the New England/Denver Broncos game with date and time to be released. The seats to this game will located in the lower bowl level and will include VIP Parking. 

The second raffle will be for two tickets to the Red Sox/New York Yankees game on Sept. 26 at 7:10 p.m. These seats are located in Section 99 Row EE Seats 1-2, which are located near Canvas Alley (where the ground crew sits during the game). These tickets include admission into the Red Sox Royal Rooters Club, a 6,000 square foot pub located under the bleachers at Fenway that is open two hours before the game. 

The third fundraiser is a social media application called Friends asking Friends, which is set up on the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl web site (www.maplesugarbowl.com). Once there, click on the donation tab and follow the prompts to support the success of the game. 

Individuals can also click on the Purchase Ad In Program tab and place an ad in our day-of-game program. This program will be available to over 7,000 people who attend the parade and/or game.

The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Game is sponsored by the three Shrine Temples of Vermont and New Hampshire; Cairo and Mt Sinai from Vermont, and Bektash representing New Hampshire. The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl is the second oldest game and the third largest profit producer of all the Shrine games held around the country each year.

April 15, 2014

Media Blitz: Hollis/Brookline searching for new coach

High School: Hollis/Brookline coach resigns unexpectedly >> Hollis Brookline Journal