Monday, March 21, 2016

Hiscoe Going Prep for PG Year

One of the top quarterbacks in NH is headed to Milford Academy in New York to do a post-grad year next year. This will give Hiscoe an extra year to prepare for college - both athletically and academically.

Hiscoe now joins the Class of 2017. Hiscoe had a big senior season this past fall at Bishop Guertin, as he led the NHIAA in passing yards.

"I am excited to announce that I will be playing football this upcoming season for the Milford Academy Falcons in New York" Hiscoe told the NH Notebook. "Milford Academy has a long tradition of developing some of the top college prospects. Through hard work and dedication I hope to proudly represent New Hampshire football and follow the hundreds of Milford Academy graduates who have gone on to have remarkable college careers."

Last year former Hanover High standout TE/LB Jack Cavallaro did a PG year at Milford and now he's headed to UNH next year to play for the Wildcats. Hiscoe has a cannon for an arm and definitely has a shot at being a scholarship level player.

"I want to thank Coach Chaplick and Coach Bowen for having the trust and confidence in me, offering me the opportunity to join this distinguished program" said Hiscoe. "As well as Bishop Guertin, Coach Moore, Coach Tone, coaching staff and of course my teammates for establishing an environment for success."

Hiscoe's Hudl profile with senior season video highlights: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/2917752/highlights/296541382

1 comment:

  1. It's great for these kids to have other opportunities to play a higher level of sports my son who is 6'7" 230 also left Pinkerton academy to play football at Salisbury prep in Con. Just like to say good luck to all of them

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