The Founding 11

The Founding 11 student-athletes consist of a mixture of elementary, middle, and high school students who all have expressed a desire to become the best they can be at their respective sports.  These 11 multi-sport athletes who know that dedication and hard work will pay off for them in the long run – not just in sports, but in life. 

Aivan Garcia, Age 11
St Christopher Academy
Football, Baseball, Basketball

Although Aivan loves sports, his life goal is to become a Lawyer.  He wants to pursue this at Boston College.  Aivan is looking forward to playing either Football or Baseball or even both at Boston College. He needs to work hard to achieve these life goals but aspires to be the best he can be.

Connor “CJ” Johnston
Age 12
Pennichuck Middle School

Basketball, Football

Connor has been involved in youth sports since he was 4 years old. His two favorite sports are basketball and football. He has also played soccer and baseball. He is a true student-athlete, having earned high honors in his first year at Pennichuck Middle School and the gold level NHYFSC academic award after both the 2018 and 2019 NPF football seasons. He would like to continue playing basketball and football competitively for as long as he can, with college and a business degree being longer-term goals. Connor was a member of championship teams in multiple youth sports, including the 2018 Jr. Biddy City Basketball Champions, 2016 and 2017 NSA Summer League Champions, 2019 Cal Ripken AAA Baseball Champions, and multiple flag football teams.

Dylan “Hollywood” Noble
Age 12
Elm Street Middle School

Football, Lacrosse

Dylan Aspires to play in the NFL.  He wants to go to Boston College, Clemson, Alabama, or Oregon. Another career aspiration is to be a police officer.

Edward “Eddie” Sprague
Age 11
St Christopher School

Football, Basketball

Eddie likes to play Football and Basketball to keep him busy. He aspires to be a pilot and wants to attend the Air Force Academy. When Eddie puts his mind to something he will follow it through.

Isaac Smith
Age 16
Nashua High School North

Track, Football

I hope to continue my athletic career into college and hopefully further. I would like to become a doctor, as well. I aspire to be apart of something bigger than myself and help others along the way. My greatest enemy is myself.

Jack Krulikowski
Age 12
Pennichuck Middle School

Football, Basketball, Lacrosse, Baseball

Jack loves outdoor activities and sports. Jack started in flag football at age 4 and started playing tackle football at age 7. He also loves basketball which he has been playing since he was 7. He has been playing baseball for several years most recently as a pitcher and 3rd base however, this year he has decided to focus on lacrosse as his spring sport. Jack would like to continue playing football in high school and college. He loves playing middle linebacker on defense and aspires to play running back on offense.

Jedwin “Gordo” Iluveres
Age 11
Pennichuck Middle School

Football, Basketball

My sport aspiration is to go to college and play football for Florida state and be in the NFL when I’m a adult. If I don’t make it to the NFL, I want to be a lawyer.

Jordan “Rocket Jr” Toribio
Age 11
Charlotte Avenue Elementary

Football, Track & Field

Jordan loves football and aspires to play for Penn State and then be an NFL running back. He looks forward to a life filled with family and friends.

Kobe “Quietstorm” Perry
Age 12
Elm Street Middle School

Football, Track & Field

Kobe aspires to make it to the NFL, Also aspires to Coach either Football or Track and Field. Colleges he’s interested in are Boston College, Clemson, Umass and Penn State.

Nasir “Nasty Nas” Perry
Age 17
Nashua High School North

Indoor & Outdoor Track

Nasir will be attending The University of Massachusetts at Amherst in the Fall. He aspires to be a Sports Agent.

Turner White
Age 16
Nashua High School North

Indoor & Outdoor Track

I joined the track team during my freshman year just to stay exercising and in shape. By the end of the season, I had started to find a real passion and enjoyment from it that I fully discovered the next year in indoor track. I hope to carry my track career into college and maybe even further if given the opportunity.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Governor Sununu announced that New Hampshire’s Stay at Home Order will expire on Monday, June 15, 2020. P.U.S.H. will enforce safety guidelines. We will enforce social distancing protocols and any athlete that travels to or from California, Texas, Arizona, and Florida or any state in the future that is deemed among those with the highest number of new cases will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days in order to ensure the safety of instructors and other members.