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Connecticut D2 Top 10: Farmington Valley holds on to top spot

Connecticut Division 2 Poll

RankTeamPR*WLT
1Farmington Valley1810
2Watertown/Pomperaug2711
3North Branford3720
4Guilford4720
5Conard6540
6Branford5521
7Cheshire10550
8East Haven Co-op7431
9South Windsor8352
10Westhill-StamfordNR430

Things are getting a little tighter at the top of the HNIB News Connecticut D2 Top 10 poll, as the heavies continue to play good hockey.

Farmington Valley (8-1-0) remains at #1 after its most recent decision, a 5-4 win over Glastonbury. The Generals play Massachusetts foe East Longmeadow on Wednesday and host E.O. Smith/Tolland Saturday.

#2 Watertown/Pomperaug (7-1-1) kept pace posting wins over Trinity Catholic (3-2) and Branford (6-1). W/P has Masuk (Wednesday) and New Milford (Friday).

#3 North Branford (7-2-0) beat Masuk (6-3) and Cheshire (1-0) this past week. They will be at East Catholic (Wednesday), then take on rival Branford (Saturday).

#4 Guilford (7-2-0) saw its winning streak snapped in a loss to D1 Hamden, but the Indians responded in a big way cooling off East Have Co-op (6-2). A homestand this week will see Newtown (Monday), Housatonic (Wednesday) and Amity (Saturday).

Conard (5-4-0), which beat North Haven (3-0), jumps up to #5. They take on Northwest Catholic (Wednesday) and Glastonbury (Saturday).

#6 Branford (5-2-1) was humbled by W/P. Before it sees North Branford, Daniel Hand provides the opposition Wednesday.

This week’s poll is rounded out by Cheshire (5-5-0) at #7, East Haven (4-3-1) at #8, South Windsor (3-5-2) at #9 and Westhill/Stamford (4-3-0) at #10

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