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NH names Shrine football team

Staff report
March 04. 2018 1:57AM

New Hampshire will look to end a two-game losing streak against Vermont when the two meet in the 65th annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl on Saturday, Aug. 4, at 5:30 p.m. at Castleton University in Castleton, Vt.

Vermont defeated New Hampshire, 50-2, in 2016 - ending New Hampshire's 15-game winning streak in the game - and followed up with a 19-0 win over the Granite State last year.

A rule was put in place in 2015 that prevents players from participating in both the CHaD New Hampshire East/West All-Star game and the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl. Both exhibitions are for graduating seniors.

This year marks the third straight in which the game has been played in Castleton, Vt. New Hampshire won the last time the game was played in the Granite State - a 42-6 triumph in 2014 at Dartmouth's Memorial Field in Hanover.

Winnisquam of Tilton head coach Patrick Riberdy will lead New Hampshire this year alongside assistants Rod McQuarrie, Derek Hunt, William Patten, Tim Snow, Angelo Glover and Austin Hunt.

New Hampshire's roster for this year's contest consists of Tony Agor, wide receiver, Nashua South; Noah Armstrong, wide receiver, Epping/Newmarket; Lucas Banaian, defensive back, St. Thomas Aquinas of Dover; Chris Bashaw, linebacker, Fall Mountain of Langdon; Calvin Basta, offensive lineman, Bishop Guertin of Nashua; Manuel Biskaduros, defensive back, John Stark of Weare; Alex Boucher, linebacker, Londonderry; Alex Buteau, linebacker, Concord; Aidan Cahill, offensive lineman, Stevens of Claremont; Gavin Cere, defensive end, Manchester West; Eli Clark, defensive lineman, Monadnock of Swanzey; Owen Clary, fullback, Milford; Bryce Corey, linebacker, Winnisquam; Jacob Donahue, defensive back, Alvirne; Chris Francis, defensive lineman, Bedford; Kevin Gagnon, kicker, Winnacunnet of Hampton; Cole Glennon, wide receiver, Bedford; Matt Harkins, quarterback, Bow; Jack Haslam, offensive lineman, Exeter; RJ Jenkins, running back, Nashua North; Jacob Lamb, defensive end, Plymouth; Jayden Lara, tight end, Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough; Connor Magowan, linebacker, Plymouth; Corey Markland, linebacker, Winnacunnet; Mike McAlister, quarterback, Londonderry; Brett Miller, defensive back, Kennett of Conway; Garrett Moloney, offensive lineman, Hollis/Brookline; Graham Penfield, wide receiver, Hanover; Kyle Reeder, offensive lineman, Nashua South; Tim Schneible, offensive lineman, Concord; Matt Simco, wide receiver, Hollis/Brookline; Michael Staiger, defensive end, Hanover; Erik Stephens, tight end, Dover; Nick Stone, offensive lineman, Stevens; Rich Sullivan, wide receiver, Bishop Brady of Concord; Ryan Yanuszewski, running back, Campbell of Litchfield.

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