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Connecticut D2 Top 10: #4 Guilford extends winning streak to six games

Connecticut Division 2 Poll

RankTeamPR*WLT
1Farmington Valley1710
2Watertown/Pomperaug2511
3North Branford3520
4Guilford4610
5Branford5511
6Conard7440
7East Haven Co-opNR421
8South Windsor3341
9AmityNR520
10Cheshire8340

Farmington Valley (7-1-0) holds on to the #1 position in this week’s HNIB News Connecticut Division 2 Top 10. FVG kept on winning taking decisions over East Catholic and Simsbury. Looking ahead, the team is off until Saturday when Glastonbury provides the opposition.

#2 Watertown/Pomperaug (5-1-1) was idle so it keeps its position in the poll. W/P hosts Trinity Catholic tonight (Monday) and then has a key tilt with Branford this coming Saturday.

#3 North Branford (5-2-0) kept pace with wins over Milford (7-1) and Daniel Hand (7-2). Masuk is the opponent Monday, followed by NFI/Immaculate (Wednesday) and Cheshire (Saturday).

#4 Guilford (6-1-0) is hot as well, extending its win streak to six games after wins over New Milford and Branford. An interesting tilt looms Monday against D1 Hamden. The Indians will also see Newtown (Wednesday) and the East Haven Co-op (Saturday).

The loss to Guilford was #5 Branford‘s (5-1-1) first of the season on Friday but they rebounded with a win over Amity Saturday. Branford gets New Milford (Wednesday) before taking on Watertown/Pomperaug.

#6 Conard (4-4-0) split its week, beating East Catholic and losing to D1 Xavier. Conard hosts North Haven (Tuesday) in its only action of the week.

Wins over Daniel Hand and West Haven upped the #7 East Haven Co-op’s (4-2-1) unbeaten streak to five. The Hornets have all week to prepare for Saturday’s big game with Guilford.

South Windsor (3-4-1) holds serve at #8. #10 Cheshire is today’s opponent, while SW sees Simsbury on Saturday.

Also new into the poll this week is Amity (5-2-0) at #9. Two D1 opponents loom in Hamden (Wednesday) and NFI (Saturday)

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