Nine locals named to New Hampshire Shrine Football Team

Staff photo by TOM KING Nashua South receiver Tony Agor, right, was one of the key Panther skill players and thus earned a spot on the New Hampshire Shrine Team roster.

Nine local high school senior football players from this past season have been named to the New Hampshire team for the 65th annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl game.

Skill players R.J. Jenkins (running back) of Nashua High School North and Tony Agor (receiver, defensive back) of Nashua South head the list to play in the game vs. Vermont set for Saturday, Aug. 4 at 5:30 p.m. at Castleton (Vt.) State University.

Jenkins is the lone Titan on the squad but Agor is joined by fellow Panther Kyle Reeder, an offensive lineman.

Hollis Brookline is the only other local school with two players on the squad: Wideout Matt Simco (headed to Wesleyan University) and 6-3, 250-pound offensive lineman Garrett Moloney (set to go to Bryant University).

Bishop Guertin is represented by six-foot, 250 pound offensive lineman Calvin Basta (Mass. Maritime), while defensive back Jacob Donahue of Alvirne is also on the team.

Finishing up the list of locals will be 5-10, 188-pound Milford fullback Owen Clary and Campbell running back Ryan Yanuszewski.

The team will be coached by Winnasquam head man Patrick Riberdy. Assistant coaches are Rod McQuarrie, Derek Hunt, William Patten, Tim Snow, Angelo Glover and Austin Hunt.