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Connecticut D2 Top 10: North Branford, Guilford move up a notch

Connecticut Division 2 Poll

RankTeamPR*WLT
1Farmington Valley11410
2North Branford31130
3Guilford51230
4Watertown/Pomperaug21121
5Cheshire6961
6Conard5860
7Branford8941
8Hall/Southington9941
9Amity7761
10East Haven Co-op10661

Although the #1 team – Farmington Valley (14-1-0) – remains the same, there is some decent movement in this week’s HNIB News Connecticut Division 2 Top 10.

The Generals knocked off East Catholic (9-0) and Conard (4-3). Looking ahead, FVG gets Simsbury (Wednesday) and Cheshire (Saturday).

North Branford (11-3-0) jumps up to #2, a 2-1 win over E.O. Smith/Tolland its only result of the week.  NB has a big one Monday vs. D1 New Fairfield/Immaculate, then will see Amity (Wednesday) and New Milford (Saturday).

Wins over Watertown/Pomperaug (2-1) and Daniel Hand (7-3) propel Guilford (12-3-0) up to #3. The Indians will take on Trinity Catholic (Tuesday) and North Haven (Saturday).

Watertown/Pomperaug (11-2-1) drops to #4 this week after the loss to Guilford. W-P gets North Haven (Wednesday) and Daniel Hand (Saturday).

#5 Cheshire (9-6-1) bumps up a spot. The Rams are off until the Saturday date with Farmington Valley.

#6 Conard (8-6-0) lost to Simsbury (5-1) then held its own after FVC in a 4-3 loss. Conard will see South Windsor (Monday) and New Milford (Wednesday).

#7 Branford (9-4-1) had a nice week, knocking off Masuk (3-0), Lyman Hall (6-3) and New Milford (3-2). A Friday date with Trumbull awaits.

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