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Connecticut D2 Top 10: #1 Watertown-Pomperaug, #3 Branford Face Off Wednesday

Connecticut D2 Top 10

RankTeamPR*WLT
1Watertown/Pomperaug1712
2Guilford2720
3Branford3512
4Glastonbury9422
5Amity7710
6Farmington Vallley4531
7South Windsor6540
8Woodstock AcademyNR720
9WMRP8620
10E.O. SmithNR630

All eyes will be on the Northford Ice Pavilion on Wednesday, when #1 Watertown-Pomperaug (7-1-2) will take on #3 Branford (5-1-2) in a key Connecticut Division 2 contest.

The Indians downed Rye Country Day (3-1) and Masuk (3-0) last week and have allowed just three goals during their current five-game winning streak. After an opening-night loss, Branford is on a 5-0-2 streak, and knocked Amity from the unbeaten ranks this past Saturday. Branford will also host Conard on Saturday.

In between these two clubs is #2 Guilford (7-2-0), which continues to score goals at a frightening pace. In six of the Indians’s seven wins to date, they have scored seven goals or more. Guilford has the Eastern CT Eagles (Tuesday) and East Haven Co-op (Saturday).

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Glastonbury (4-2-2) jumps to #4 after a tie with D1’s second-ranked club – Northwest Catholic – and a win over Farmington Valley. Next up is East Catholic on Saturday.

#5 Amity (7-1-0) saw its perfect start snapped in the loss to Branford. The Spartans take on Fairfield (Wednesday) and Westhill-Stamford (Saturday).

The second half of this week’s HNIB News Connecticut Division¬† rankings features two teams making their debut in #8 Woodstock Academy (7-2-0) and #10 E.O. Smith (6-3-0).

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