Boys Prep Hockey – The Latest Top 15: KUA-Holderness Part I Set For Friday; Cushing Has 4 Shutouts In A Row

Gary Demopoulos
Gary Demopoulos
Gary Demopoulos has been covering prep school hockey for the HNIB News for over 30 years, and has been the editor of the HNIB News since 2005. A former sportswriter and news editor at the Woburn (MA) Daily Times Chronicle, he has been the HNIB News' key reporter for Mens Prep School hockey since 1988, as well as womens hockey, both at the prep school and high school levels. for almost 20 years. Gary also helps organize and oversee HNIB's many summer tournaments and festivals for scholastic players.

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Boys Prep Top 15

1Avon Old Farms11601
2Kimball Union22030
8Loomis Chaffee81151
9St. Sebastian’s111261
11Phillips Andover141241
12Belmont Hill91252
13St. George’s131432
14Dexter Southfield121262

Top-ranked Avon Old Farms (16-0-1) continues to roll as the schedule gets into the first month of February. In four of their last five wins, the Winged Beavers have won by a margin of four goals or more. They will face Westminster on Wednesday.

#2 Kimball Union (20-3-0) is the first prep team to reach 20 overall wins. Other than a loss to Stanstead Prep of Quebec, the Wildcats have taken care of buisness.

#3 Holderness (17-1-0) suffered its first loss to New Hampton, but then rattled off five straight wins, outscoring the opposition by an impressive 36-6 margin.

KUA and Holderness will meet twice in early February, at Holderness on February 2, and at Kimball Union on February 10 in what should be two great games.

Cushing (17-2-0) is up to #4 in this latest HNIB News Boys Prep Top 15. The Penguins have been red-hot as of late, shutting out their last four opponents by a 27-0 margin. They are at Tilton on Wednesday.

Since a loss to Cushing back on January 10, #5 Salisbury (12-4-1) is 5-0-1 in its last six tilts, including an impressive 5-1 win over Kent. The Knights face Trinity Pawling on Wednesday.

#6 Brunswick (18-4-2) drops a bit this week. The Bruins won just one of four games at the McPherson Tournament in Canada over the weekend against top-flight competition. Lawrenceville is up next on Wednesday.

After these six spots, things are wide-open. Several clubs suffered a couple of losses of the past few weeks. It will be interesting to see which squads are able to take charge.

Phillips Andover (12-4-1) did move up three spots from the previous HNIB News Boys Prep rankings. Most recently, the Big Blue rolled past Loomis Chaffee, 6-2.

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