New Hampshire's Mt. Rushmore of Sports

Updated: February 2, 2009, 6:14 PM ET

ESPN reviewed the submissions and discussions on your state/region's conversation page. The four figures on New Hampshire's Sports Rushmore are below:

Carlton Fisk (Charlestown) - The Hall-of-Famer hit 351 of his 376 home runs as a catcher, which was a record when he retired.

Chris Carpenter (Exeter) - The 2005 Cy Young Winner with Cardinals, won the 2006 World Series with the Cardinals and is also a two-time All-Star.

Bode Miller (Easton) - The Olympian won 31 World Cup skiing victories and a pair of silver medals in 2002 Olympics.

Jenny Thompson (Dover) - The four-time Olympic swimmer won 12 medals including 8 gold.

Other standouts (even more nominees in conversation)

Jerry Azumah (New Hampshire Wildcats) - 1998 Walter Payton Award winner; Made Pro Bowl as kick return specialist with Bears

David Ball (New Hampshire Wildcats) - Broke Jerry Rice's FCS-record with 58 Rec TD in 4-year career

Matt Bonner (Concord) - Top Class L scorer in state history, 3-time state player of the year

Jay Fiedler (Dartmouth Big Green) - Dartmouth career leader in TD (58), yards (6,684), attempts (813), completions (456)

Mike Flanagan (Manchester) - Won 167 games in 18 seasons, 1979 Cy Young Winner

Katie King (Salem) - Won three medals as player on US Olympic hockey team (4 goals, 4 assists on '98 goal-medal team)

Jason Krog (New Hampshire Wildcats) - Scored 94 goals in 4 seasons at UNH; Won Hobey Baker Award in 1999

Penny Pitou (Laconia High School) - Won silver medals in downhill and giant slalom in 1960 Olympics

Red Rolfe (Penacook, Dartmouth Big Green) - 4-time All-Star won 5 World Series with Yankees; Dartmouth AD from '54-67

Bob Tewksbury (Concord) - Won 110 games over 13-year MLB career

Dick Umile (New Hampshire Wildcats) - UNH grad is in his 19th season coaching men's hockey team (4 Frozen Four app.)

Carey Wilson (Dartmouth) - Played 10 seasons and 552 games in NHL, scoring 169 goals and 427 points