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PRE-SEASON PRACTICE SCHEDULE
Monday-Thursday 6-8:30pm (weekends off!)
 
SCRIMMAGE SCHEDULE
"Success is where preparation and opportunity meet."
-Bobby Unser
 


NPF TACKLE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE & RESULTS
GRAY-HOME
WHITE- AWAY
YELLOW – AWAY – Neutral Field TBD 
ORANGE- CONFLICT resolution needed by State
AQUA- BYE

BLUE- WINS
GREEN- PLAY OFF GAMES
 

***All fields and times are subject to change. We will do our best to provide as much notice as possible for these changes. Please make sure your team parent and/or coach has your most up to date contact information. Also note that while the dates on this schedule are all Sundays, there are a few Saturday night games during the season.  Again, this will be communicated to you as soon as we know.  Thank you for your understanding!***

 

 

NPF 2018 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Date    

Flag

Tiny Mite Cheer

8U Football

DIV 8 Cheer

9U Football

DIV 10 Cheer

10U Football

DIV 12R Cheer

12U Football

DIV 12B Cheer

13U Football

DIV 14 Cheer

08/26/2018

 

vs Londonderry

8am

BLUE- WIN

WHITE- WIN

vs Merrimack

9am

WIN

 

vs Pelham

11am

Loss 

0-13

vs Pelham

5pm

WIN

25-18

vs Pelham

3pm

Loss

0-6

vs Pelham

1pm

Loss

14-22

09/09/2018

@ Salem

8am

1 TIE

1 Loss

Seacoast @ Milford

9am

WIN

@ ManSouth

9am

WIN

31-12

@ Milford

1pm

WIN

33-0

@ Windham

2pm

Loss

36-40

@ Windham

12pm

WIN

35-14

09/16/2018

@ Londonderry

Varsity Field

8am

BYE

vs Laconia

8am

vs Laconia

12pm

 

@ Seacoast

12pm

 

vs Londonderry

10am

09/23/2018

JAMBOREE

 

Derry @ Stellos w/NEC

1:00pm

 

 

@ Windham

10am

 

 

@ NH Jr Wildcats

11am

 

 

@ ManEast

12pm

 

 

@ ManEast

10am

 

09/30/2018

 

vs Merrimack & NorRock

8am

 

 

vs Keene

9am

 

 

vs Concord

11am

 

 

vs Keene

5pm

 

 

vs Bedford

3pm

 

 

vs Keene

1pm

 

10/07/2018

 

 

@ Concord

 

 

 

Salem @ Stellos w/NEC

 

 

@ Bedford

 

 

@ ManSouth

 

 

@ ManSouth

 

 

Salem @ Concord

 

10/14/2018

 

vs Bedford

8am

 

 

@ Londonderry

 

 

vs Derry

9am

 

 

vs Hudson

3pm

 

 

vs Crusaders

1pm

 

 

vs Hudson

11am

 

10/21/2018

FLAG SUPER BOWL @ NH Jr. Wilcats @ Crusaders BYE Salem @ Stellos/NEC @ Blue Storm

 

Quarter Finals

10/24 & 10/25

           

 

Semi Finals

10/27

           

State Championships

Saturday 

10/27/2018

           

 

 


 
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Game Day Summaries
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Game Summaries

WEEK ONE

 

Week One

 

Nashua PAL Force 8U- 

WIN against Merrimack Cardinals

 

The season opening game did not disappoint! Nashua Pal Force held their ground and defended their home turf valiantly in the first quarter, keeping Merrimack at bay and not allowing more than a few yards to be gained at a time. There were big stops made by the defensive line and #87 Anthony Samaral made it his job to punish Merrimack’s offense, with stop after stop.

The second quarter is where Force offense got their shine on. QB (#6) Drew Homsy did a spectacular job of finding his receivers and maintaining control under pressure. Positive yardage by both Yandel Velazquez (#42) and Davin Routier (#40) led to the first TD of the game, made by #77 Eli Gagnon. Davin Routier made a big push for extra points, and was victorious. A second TD was scored by Eli Gagnon (#77) after Bentley Christman(#31) carried the ball with huge yards gained to the 25 yards line. The extra points were fought hard for but Merrimack denied the breakthrough, ending the first half with the scoreboard reading in favor of FORCE!

Second half was filled with more big tackles by PALS defense, Alex O’Brien (#72), Isaiah

 

 

Pimentel (#50), and Eli Gagnon (#77) were standouts. Offense ended the game, fighting hard for one more TD Both Yandel Valeazquez (#42) and Bentley Christman (#31) carried the ball to bring us close the end zone. Merrimack fought hard to keep Nashua stopped and succeeded.

 

Nashua PAL Force 8U prepared well, worked hard, left it all on the field, and took home the win!

 

Nashua PAL Force 10U 

WIN against Pelham 25-18

 

Nashua came out winning their first game against Pelham on Sunday 25-18

In the first quarter, Pelham was able to get on the scoreboard with the first touchdown of the game. 

Nashua quickly tied it up when their offense was up with a 55 yard run up the middle by #25 Kobe Perry. 

2nd quarter our second touchdown came from #23 Adrian Cruz with the handoff. 

Pelham was up end of the second half. 

3rd quarter, quarterback #14 Dylan Noble makes a complete pass for 1st down to #12 Connor Johnston positioning offense for another complete pass in the end zone for a touchdown to #12 Connor Johnston.

Final touchdown was the handoff to #23 Adrian Cruz in the 4th quarter. Boys held their position when the kickoff to Pelham was recovered by our own #25 Kobe Perry. 

 

Key blocks #79 Logan Beausoleil, #77 Camden Cummings, and #67 Aivan Garcia 

Key tackles made by #75 Alex Sebastian, #72 Ben Spicer, #12 Connor Johnston,  #43 Nick Wilkinson, #65 Noah Pelletier, #44 Aden Pimentel, #87 Jack Krulikowski, and #17 Asiah Bugg. “. 

 

Nashua Pal Force 13U 

Loss against Pelham 14-22

 

The Nashua PAL Force lost a tough season opening battle against the Pelham Razorbacks on Sunday afternoon, 22-14. The Force took the early 6-0 lead on a great run by Amaury Almonte, but were unable to convert the PAT kick. The Razorbacks bounced back with a TD of their own, and took an 8-6 lead after converting the PAT attempt. Both sides struggled to sustain a drive after that, with the Force defense coming up with some big stops, including an impressive interception and return by Mekhi Gerrin on a tipped pass by Reagan Brunet. The half ended with the score of 8-6, but that changed quickly when the Force’s Amaury Almonte returned the second half kickoff the distance, and after a successful PAT kick, the Force took a 14-8 lead. 

 

The ensuing kickoff by the Force to the Razorbacks resulted in a kickoff return TD of their own, resulting in a 14-14 tie after an unsuccessful PAT kick by the Razorbacks. It was a slugfest the rest of the way, with both teams driving and stalling, but the Razorbacks had one more successful drive resulting in a TD, and after converting the PAT kick, took a 22-14 lead that held up until the end. The boys played tough and it was a bruising battle, with gritty play on both sides of the ball by Charlie Bellavance, Toby Brown Jr. and Jack Peters.

 

 

WEEK TWO

NPF 8u

WIN vs Seacoast

 

Nashua PAL Force vs Seacoast – 8u – Game 2

 

This week’s game was a nail biter, or as Head Coach Mike Homsy called it “a tale of two halves”

Nashua PAL Force started the game strong on defense. Liam Rol (#1) captured the fumble for the first play of the game, giving us possession of the ball.

QB Drew Homsy (#6) found his man and handed off the ball to Davin Routier (#40) who gained positive yardage for Force. The offensive line worked hard to block and hold off Seacoast allowing Eli Gagnon (#77) to make a huge run, resulting in a touchdown for the team. No extra points were scored, as Seacoast formed a barrier Force was unable to break through.

The rest of the first half was filled with more great plays by both the defensive and offensive lines. There were huge stops by Anthony Samaral (#87), Alex O’Brien (#72) and Yandel Velazques (#42). To build on that, the offense pulled out all the stops with blocks by Alia Brunet (#18) and Alex O’Brien (#72). Jacob Smith (#84) came through with a big block holding off Seacoast allowing Eli Gagnon (#77) another massive run taking Force to the 20 yard line. Yandel Velazquez (#42) takes us to the 10 yard line by weaving through the Seacoast boys and scores another TD for Force. We end the first half with confidence and excitement.

Seacoast found their rhythm in the second half and were able to turn their game around securing a TD and extra points, despite more heavy tackles by Anthony Samaral (#87) and Alex O’Brien (#72).

Force made an effort to answer back with another TD but fell short after positive yards gained by both Eli Gagnon (#77) and Bently Christman (#31).

In the final plays of the game, Seacoast Titans carried the ball with a 20 yard dash bringing them to the 5 yard line. With only 11 seconds remaining on the clock, fourth and goal, it was time for a power play. The Force defense rose to the occasion and collaboratively gridlocked the Titans, securing PAL Force 8u’s second consecutive win, in game 2 of the season. 

 

NPF 10U

WIN Against Milford: Nashua 30 Milford 0

 

Nashua had their second win of the season against Milford

2nd quarter is when Nashua scored their first touchdown made by #23 Adrian Cruz. His first of 3 touchdowns! Nashua ended the 1st half with a second touchdown made by #22 Jedwin Lluveres. 

Start of the third is when QB #14 Dylan Noble made the handoff to #23 Adrian Cruz who then had a 60 yard run for the TD. With only 1:33 left in the 3rd, the 5th TD was scored by #17 Asiah Bugg with the handoff made my QB #12 Connor Johnston. Last TD of the game was made by #72 Ben Spicer with only 2:25 left in the game! 

 

The game had 2 fumble recovery’s made by #81 Ryme OBrien in the 1st quarter and #43 Nick Wilkinson in the 3rd quarter. 

 

Key blocks made by #68 Brady Borromeo, #79 Logan Beausoleil, #77 Camden Cummings, #67 Aivan Garcia, #74 Paul Savoie, and #87 Jack Krulikowski 

Key tackles made by #20 Jake Homsy, #22 Jedwin Lluveres, #25 Kobe Perry, #30 Noah Smith, #12 Connor Johnston, #44 Aden Pimentel, and #79 Logan Beausoleil 

 

Photo is #72 Ben Spicer with his 1st touchdown. Photo credit Shaun OBrien 

 

NPF 13U

WIN against Windham NPF 37 Windham 14

 

The Nashua PAL Force 13U football team got on the winning track this past Sunday, beating the Windham Wolverines 37-14. This week was a tale of two halves, with the first half ending in a 6-6 tie after both teams struggled to get their offenses moving and sustain drives. But the Force found their rhythm in the second half, with a solid all around team effort, outscoring the Wolverines 29-8 to secure their first victory of the season. 

 

Jack Peters played outstanding on both sides of the ball, administering big hits all over the field and scoring three TD’s using a combination of toughness and speed. Amaury Almonte was a playmaker as well, causing a forced fumble that he recovered, scoring on a great TD run and adding a defensive pick 6 off of an athletic play, assisted by a pass deflection by Toby Brown Jr. Derek Finlay led the special teams unit with his play, keeping the momentum going for the Force with successful PAT kicks, a PAT run and great punting. 

 

Xavier Francis almost had a one handed pick of his own, keeping the Wolverines offense off balance on the passing attack all day. Rocco Geraci played a very physical game on both sides of the ball, and the defense played “bend don’t break” football, with great play by Ryan Flynn, Toby Brown Jr. and Nick Digesse. The Force are looking to keep their winning ways going when they face off with Londonderry next Sunday.

 
 
WEEK THREE
 
 
WEEK FOUR 
 
WEEK FIVE
 
WEEK SIX
 

 

WEEK SEVEN

 

WEEK EIGHT

 

 

 

 

 

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