April 1, 2015

Attention boosters: Contact MG Sports for your fundraising needs

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MG Sports was founded to provide localized service and marketing for fundraising activities for athletic programs (any sport). MG Sports works with youth, high school, and college teams throughout New Hampshire, and offers a no risk fundraising opportunity that can be highly beneficial and profitable to any program. 

MG Sports is a new option in the fundraising industry. Teams that have partnered with MG Sports are breaking records compared to what they have done with other fundraising companies in the past. The company is working with more and more schools because it offers a higher percentage return, and can also build a specific discount card for your athletic team.

 

MG Sports takes pride in the individualized attention it provides for each team. To start raising money for your athletic program or to learn more about MG Sports, contact Michael Garczynski at (603) 622-6058 or visit the company web site: www.mgsportsfundraising.com.


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March 31, 2015

Massachusetts team seeking non-league game

Triton Regional High School, a Division 4 program that competes in Massachusetts' Cape Ann League (Large), is seeking a non-league opponent for Oct. 2 or Oct. 3. 

Triton will travel and can also play junior varsity and freshman games that week. Triton is located in Newbury, Mass., and has an enrollment of about 750 students.

Anyone interested can contact Patrick Sheehan at (781) 820-9484 or psheehan@trsd.net.

March 30, 2015

UNH releases spring practice dates

The University of New Hampshire football program has released the dates and times for its spring practice sessions (below). High school coaches who plan to attend a practice should notify Bobby Callahan, UNH's director of football operations, at bobby.callahan@unh.edu. Currently, all practices are open to the public.

UNH SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE SCHEDULE
DATEPRACTICE #TIME
3/31/2015Practice #16:45 a.m.
4/2/2015Practice #26:45 a.m.
4/3/2015Practice #33:30 p.m.
4/7/2015Practice #46:45 a.m.
4/9/2015Practice #56:45 a.m.
4/11/2015Practice #6Morning/TBD
4/14/2015Practice #76:45 a.m.
4/16/2015Practice #86:45 a.m.
4/18/2015Practice #9Morning/TBD
4/21/2015Practice #106:45 a.m.
4/23/2015Practice #116:45 a.m.
4/25/2015Practice #12Morning/TBD
4/28/2015Practice #136:45 a.m.
4/30/2015Practice #146:45 a.m.
5/2/2015Spring GameTBD

March 28, 2015

Dates released for UNH camp

UNH logo.jpgThe University of New Hampshire football camp will be held from July 12 to July 16.  It will be an evening-session camp for players who will be entering grades 6 through 12. It is a full-contact camp and campers must supply their own equipment. 

More information and registration can be found at http://www.unhwildcats.com/camps/fb_evening.

Please contact Bobby Callahan with any questions: bobby.callahan@unh.edu

March 27, 2015

ConVal looking for team to scrimmage

The ConVal High School football team is looking for an opponent to scrimmage during the week of August 17.

ConVal would prefer to hold the scrimmage on its home field, but will travel if necessary. Any interested teams can contact ConVal head coach Paul Landau at plandau@conval.edu.

March 24, 2015

Yukica Chapter announces scholar-athletes

The following players will be honored at the Joe Yukica New Hampshire Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame scholar-athlete dinner May 5 in Manchester:

Kellin Bail (Windham)
Sean Cashman (Laconia High)
Jesse Clauss (Nashua South)
Joseph Clement (Manchester West)
Drew Colbert (Somersworth)
Christopher Comeau  (Plymouth)
Sean Cotter (Winnacunnet)
Andrew Decarteret  (Nashua South)
Anthony DiPrizio  (Spaulding)
Michael Dubien  (Nashua North)
Eric Fairweather  (Londonderry)
Joe Frake  (Windham)
Lucas Gagne (Franklin)
Anthony Gallo  (Windham)
Eric Glassman  (Bedford)
Kurtis Jolicoeur  (Windham)
Hunter Kretschmar  (Somersworth)
Joshua Perry (Nashua South)
Jack Price  (Hollis-Brookline)
William Sharlotte  (Concord)
Nick Skinner  (Milford)
Michael Valais  (Bedford)
Neil Vorster  (Exeter)

Concord seeking freshman coach

Concord High School has an opening for a head coach for its freshman football team. Those interested should send a resume and three letters of recommendation to:

Steve Mello (athletic director)
Concord High School
170 Warren St.
Concord NH 03301

March 23, 2015

Yukica Chapter will honor MVPs

Roger Brown
nhfootballreport.com

The Joe Yukica Chapter of the National Football Foundation will honor a Most Valuable Player from each of the three NHIAA divisions at its May 5 banquet. This is the first year the Yukica Chapter will recognize MVPs from the past season, which were selected by the state's high school coaches.

This year's winners:

Division I: Eric Fairweather (QB/DB) Londonderry
Division II: Kurtis Jolicoeur (RB/DB) Windham
Division III: Kevin Moreau (RB/LB) Campbell

The MVP in each division is known as the Dave Nixon/Joe Yukica MVP Award, in honor of former Manchester attorney Dave Nixon, a founding father of the Yukica Chapter who passed away last year.

March 20, 2015

Lineman challenge will be held at Memorial in July

The 2015 Granite State Lineman Challenge will be held July 11 (11 a.m.) at Manchester Memorial High High School. Twelve teams competed in the event last year, and there will be room for more teams this year.

Early registration is May 31. The cost is $150 for the first five-player team, and an additional $20 for each participant over the first five players. Lunch and t-shirts will be provided. Events will be similar to last year with the exception of the tire pull.

Those with questions can contact Ray Connolly at rconnolly@mansd.org.

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