EMass. HS Boys Division 3 Top 15: Ranked Powers Ready To Square Off In Spartan Cup

Jim Clark
Jim Clark
Jim Clark joined Hockey Night in Boston in December 2019, and has covered high school hockey in Massachusetts for more than three decades. He also covers high school hockey and is a multiplatform editor for the Boston Globe, and previously spent two decades as high school hockey reporter at the Boston Herald, where he also served as the high schools editor from 2000-06. Clark was honored by the Mass. State Hockey Coaches Association with its William Stewart Award for contributions to the sport in May 2019, and also received the Joel Perlmutter Award for media coverage in 2006. A graduate of UMass, he also spent eight years as sports editor/reporter at the Sentinel & Enterprise in Fitchburg, and has extensively covered high school hockey in Central and Western Mass. as well as Connecticut.

Related posts

EMass Boys Division 3 Top 15

8Bishop Stang9844
9St. John Paul II101521
10Somerset Berkley111430
11Newton South15971
14Martha's Vineyard14942
15North QuincyNR873
Sponsored by Tilton School

Dartmouth continues to take Massachusetts by storm. And Rhode Island, too.

The No. 1 Indians rolled through a busy week in which they had four games in seven days, starting with wins against Old Rochester/Fairhaven and Durfee. Then they knocked off Burrillville (R.I.), and capped it all with a trip to the Ocean State to rally past a tough Bourne squad.

It wasn’t nearly as busy for No. 2 Hopkinton, but just as big as the Hillers swept their season series with Norwood in their only game of the week.

South Shore neighboring rivals Hanover and Norwell continue their ascent toward the top, checking in at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively. Bedford slips to No. 5 after losing for the second time this season to Newton South, which jumps four spots to No. 11.

Cambridge, Holliston, Bishop Stang, John Paul II and Somerset Berkley round out the top 10.

North Quincy, fresh off last week’s upset of Division 1 Duxbury, returns to the rankings at No. 15.

The marquee action this week takes place at Hetland Arena in New Bedford, where Dartmouth, Stang, North Quincy and defending state champ Wachusett all will gather for the Spartan Cup. Stang and Dartmouth meet in Wednesday’s nightcap (8 p.m.) after Wachusett and North Quincy battle in the early game (6 p.m.).

Hopkinton also has an interesting matchup with Div. 2 Plymouth North to open the Fairleigh Dickinson Tournament on Martha’s Vineyard, but not before hosting Holliston on Wednesday (8 p.m., NE Sports Center). Vineyard takes on Attleboro in Saturday’s other first-round game.

Meanwhile, Hanover hosts Duxbury on Wednesday (7:50, Hobomock), and Bishop Stang also opens the week at Martha’s Vineyard on Monday (4:30 p.m.).

- Sponsor -


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Sponsor -
- Sponsor -
- Sponsor -