2017 ALL-USA New Hampshire Football Team

2017 ALL-USA New Hampshire Football Team


2017 ALL-USA New Hampshire Football Team

USA TODAY High School Sports is proud to announce the 2017 American Family Insurance ALL-USA New Hampshire Football Team. Players were selected based on their athletic achievements from the 2017-18 season.

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COACH OF THE YEAR: Ron Auffant, Winnacunnet (Hampton)

Auffant led Winnacunnet (12-0) to the first unbeaten season in school history and its first state title since 2012. The perfect season culminated with a 41-21 triumph over Pinkerton Academy in the Division I state title game at UNH’s Wildcat Stadium.



This senior wide receiver, defensive back and kick returner caught 27 passes for 718 yards and 11 touchdowns this past season, leading the Grizzlies (9-2) to the Division I state semifinals. Duval averaged 26.6 yards per catch and also contributed two rushing TDs, one passing touchdown and one kick return touchdown.

First Team

QB Sean Holland (6-2, 180, Sr.), Nashua South

RB Ezra Jenifer (6-2, 220, Jr.), Proctor Academy (Andover)

RB Matthew Brehon (5-9, 197, Sr.), New Hampton School

WR Andrew Duval (5-10, 185, Sr.), Goffstown

WR Ian Krishnan (6-2, 185, Sr.), Proctor Academy (Andover)

TE Bobby Cliche (6-1, 225, Sr.), Exeter

OL Michael Fleury (6-2, 280, Jr.), New Hampton School

OL Willem Froumy (6-6, 290, Sr.), Exeter

OL Ryan Hanson (6-2, 304, Sr.), Winnacunnet (Hampton)

OL Wayne Thimas (6-3, 285, Sr.), St. Paul’s School (Concord)

OL Nick Swift (6-4, 295, Sr.), Phillips Exeter Academy (Exeter)

Second Team

QB Pat MacDougall (6-3, 185, Sr.), Winnacunnet (Hampton)

RB Darian Davis (5-10, 185, Sr.), Tilton School

RB Josh Sibanda (5-7, 165, Sr.), Salem

WR Hunter Adams (6-0, 180, Sr.), Portsmouth

WR Matt Simco (6-4, 200, Sr.), Hollis-Brookline (Hollis)

TE Wesley Lambert (6-0, 185, Sr.), Plymouth

OL Allen Gault (6-0, 250, Jr.), Pinkerton Academy (Derry)

OL Andrew Mills (6-1, 250, Sr.), Winnacunnet (Hampton)

OL Jordan Gallagher (6-0, 190, Sr.), Winnacunnet (Hampton)

OL Robert Horgan (6-3, 225, Sr.), Timberlane (Plaistow)

OL Cam Macro (6-1, 240, Jr.), Pinkerton Academy (Derry)


DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Tim Bouchard, St. Thomas Aquinas (Dover)

The senior two-way star was a force in the Saints’ run to an 8-2 season and the Division II state semifinals. While also shining at running back, Bouchard made 38 tackles with four interceptions, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble while also returning a kickoff for a TD.

First Team

DL Lance Crate (6-1, 200, Sr.), Proctor Academy (Andover)

DL Garrett Macomber (5-11, 220, Sr.), Plymouth

DL Adam Moses (5-11, 350, Sr.), Goffstown

DL Jonathan Saklad (6-2, 210, Jr.), St. Paul’s School (Concord)

LB Devin Kelley (6-1, 205, Sr.), Holderness School

LB Keegan Mills (6-0, 190, So.), Campbell (Litchfield)

LB Jack Corriveau (5-11, 190, Sr.), Bow

DB Tim Bouchard (5-11, 180, Sr.), St. Thomas Aquinas (Dover)

DB Kayden Baillargeon (5-8, 155, Sr.), Pinkerton Academy (Derry)

DB Isaiah Crane (5-10, 155, Sr.), Plymouth

DB Evan Welch (6-1, 175, Sr.), Winnacunnet (Hampton)

Second Team

DL Aidan Cahill (6-1, 225, Sr.), Stevens (Claremont)

DL Derek Chiavelli (5-10, 225, Sr.), Nashua South

DL Zachary Handy (5-11, 255, Sr.), John Stark (Weare)

DL Matthew Nicholls (6-2, 220, Jr.), Bow

LB Quentin Bicknell (5-11, 175, So.), Stevens (Claremont)

LB Chandler Matson (6-0, 204, Sr.), Monadnock (Swanzey)

LB Joey Poisson (6-0, 205, Sr.), Goffstown

DB Samson Dubé (5-11, 200, Sr.), Phillips Exeter Academy (Exeter)

DB Matt Garafano (5-8, 152, Jr.), Windham

DB Aidan Holland (5-11, 180, Sr.), Salem

DB Ryan Yanuszewski (5-6, 145, Sr.), Campbell (Litchfield)


K Matt Hauntsman (6-0, 165, Sr.), Bishop Guertin (Nashua)

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