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Rochester Raiders
Paul Cormier
171 Four Rod Rd
Rochester, New Hampshire

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Welcome to the home of the Southern New Hampshire Senior Football League Rochester Little Raiders.

SNHSFL is a Senior league for Middle school age football players.
1. No weight limit.
2. In Sept. at the start of the new school year you must be less than grade 9 (freshman)
and not have reached your 15th birthday before Oct. 1st.


Players participating in the UNH Football Camp ,equipment will be available on thursday july 10th 430-530pm Roger Allen Park  any questions call Coach Russ @ 765-1195 -

Thursday, July 10
2014 Little Raider signups

The Rochester Little Raider signups for 2014 will be  July 24th ,July 31st, August 5th and August 7th all at Roger Allen Park from 530-630pm  cost is $85+25 for calanders with a limited amount of scholarships available

Practice will begin August 11th ,530 -730pm at Roger Allen The first two nights will be helmets only and mainly focus on conditioning,bring lots of water!!!The Players who show up in shape have a huge advantage over those who do not, so put the video devices away and start training now!

                                                                                                         Coach Russ

Thursday, September 22
Little Raiders defeat Timberlane Tornadoes

Thursday, September 22, 2011

ROCHESTER — The Rochester Little Raiders improved to 2-0 this past Saturday night with a big win against Timberlane 28-26 in a rematch of last year's Seacoast Junior Football League championship.

The Raiders came out fast and jumped into the lead on their second possession when Josh Lapointe scampered 68 yards on a sweep just 2:41 into the first quarter. Blake Barbin ran in the conversion for an 8-0 lead.

In the second quarter, after a strong defensive stand, Lapointe struck again with another sweep of 48 yards to put the Raiders on the 2-yard line. Fullback Howard Patch finished the drive with a plunge and a 14-0 lead.

Timberlane righted the ship when big running back Tyler Fury took the ensuing kickoff 82 yards for the touchdown to cut it to 14-6.

Not to be outdone, Barbin returned the Tornadoes kickoff 66 yards and Patch again punched it in from 11 yards out to make it 20-6.

The Tornadoes weren't done, droving the ball 72 yards in the last 5:30 minutes of the half culminating in a Fury 3-yard dive to cut it to 20-12 at the half.

The second half saw the Tornadoes come back as quarterback Kyle Burns completed a 26-yard pass to Alex Licata in the third and Fury went 35 yards in the fourth for touchdowns to take a 26-20 lead.

The Raiders' Barbin got the Raiders going again with a 57-yard touchdown run to regain the lead, 28-26.

The Raiders seemingly were driving to clinch the win, but fumbled on the Tornadoes' 9 with 6:48 to play.

Fury and the Tornadoes drive the length of the field and with nine seconds to play Fury went off tackle for the apparent game-winning 2-yard plunge, only to be driven back by a swarming Red Raider defense as time ran out.

The Raiders are back in action next Saturday at 6 p.m. to take on undefeated Exeter at Roger Allen Park.

Friday, June 22
sign ups

Sign-up dates for Little Raiders  2012 July 26  August 2nd & 9th and final sign-up August 13th place Roger Allen Park   Times 6-7:30pm      practice starts tuesday August 14th

Wednesday, September 28
2011 Little Raiders move to 3-0

ROCHESTER — The Rochester Little Raiders remain undefeated after beating previously unbeaten Exeter, 8-0, Saturday night.

Little Raider coach Russ Stickles knew before the game that this would be a defense first game. "We watched Exeter last week and knew coming in we had to step up defensively to beat these guys." That's exactly what the Raiders did.

In the first half neither team could score, although the Raiders twice were inside the Exeter 30 only to turn the ball over on downs.

Big tackles from Howard Patch and Nick Bennett forced Exeter to throw the ball and Josh Lapointe came up with two big interceptions. The half ended with no score from either team.

The second opened with a flurry as the Red Raiders began with an on-side kick that was recovered by Patch. The Little Raiders chewed up the clock before Blake Barbin punched in what would be the winning touchdown at 3:24 of the third quarter.

Defense was the name of the game from there. Exeter was shut down on a lengthy drive and opted to punt. With the Raiders on their own 9 they only got the ball out to the 43. Barbin boomed a punt to the Exeter 15.

Exeter seemed to be driving when in a fourth-and-7 situation. They struck with a 15-yard pass play to Hunter Long for a first down. On the ensuing play with 1:17 left Exeter QB Jackson Allen was picked off by Lapointe icing the game for the Little Raiders.

The Little Raiders are back in action Saturday night at 6 p.m. to take on Londonderry.

Wednesday, September 14
Little Raiders win opener

Coming off a championship season, the Rochester Little Raider football team knows every team is gunning for them. Saturday night saw the Little Raiders beat the Winnacunnet Little Warriors, 28-22, in Hampton.

The Raiders came out guns blazing in the form of Dylan Boston, who scored on a 52-yard sweep on his first touch of the football just: 33 seconds into the game. On a pitch to the right, Boston just out ran by all Warrior defenders to the end zone putting the Raiders up 6-0.

On the ensuing series, the Warriors punted and Boston took the return 77 yards into the Warrior end zone making it 12-0 less than three minutes into the game.

It looked as though the Raiders would just run over the Warriors when, after a fumble recovery, the Little Raiders completed a 41-yard pass and then Blake Barbin carried three Warriors into the end zone to put the Raiders up 20-0, 40 seconds into the second quarter.

The Little Warriors cut the lead to 20-6 at the half.

The second half opened with the Warriors seizing control and scoring twice to take a 22-20 lead.

The Little Raiders greained their form and took the lead when Barbin led them down the field, culminating the 12-play drive with a 15-yard touchdown run putting the Raiders ahead for good.

The Rochester back in action Saturday night a Roger Allen field when they take on Timberlane at 7 p.m.

Once a Raider, always a Raider

Remember these words,

If you can imagine it,
You can achieve it.
If you can dream it,
you can become it.


" To win as a TEAM, you must be a TEAM "

A Coaches motto!

An old man, a boy and a donkey were going to town. The boy rode on the donkey and the old man walked. As they went along they passed some people who remarked it was a shame the old man was walking and the boy was riding. The man and the boy thought maybe the critics were right , so they changed positions.
Later they passed some people that remarked "What a shame, he makes that little boy walk." They decided they both would walk!
Soon they passed some more people who thought they were stupid to walk when they had a decent donkey to ride. So, they both rode the donkey!
Now they passed some people that shamed them by saying how awful to put such a load on a poor donkey. The boy and man said they were probably right so they decided to carry the donkey.
As they crossed a bridge, they lost their grip on the animal and he fell into the river and drowned.
The moral of the story?.... If you try to please everyone, you will eventually lose your ass.

Nice play!
Words from two Legendary coaches.


What is competitive greatness? It's being at your best when your best is needed.
It's enjoying the challenge when things become difficult, even very difficult.
True competitors know it's exhilarating to be involved in something that's very challenging.
They don't fear it. They seek it.
Is it fun to do that which is ordinary, easy, simple, something anyone can do? Not at all.
Yet most of the tasks we do in our everyday lives are very simple. Anybody could do them.
They will not produce the joy that comes from being involved with something that challenges your body, mind, and spirit.
Competitors love that challenge. They know it offers the chance to produce their very finest.
It brings forth their competitive greatness.


"The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand."
- Vince Lombardi

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