Final Maine Class B Top 10: #1 Greely Finds Itself In Familiar Spot

Nathan Fournier
Nathan Fournier
Nathan has been covering college, junior, and high school hockey for the last six years for numerous publications. You can follow him on Twitter @jrhockeywriter.

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Maine Class B Top 10

RankTeam[tooltip text="PR*" gravity="ne"]Previous Ranking[/tooltip]WLT
2Old Town/Orono41561
3Presque Isle61461
5Hampden Academy31424
6Cape ElizabethNR10110
8Camden Hills51153

Once again, Greely reigns at top of Maine Class B with a 5-1 victory over Old Town/Orono in the state championship game. They defeated Cape Elizabeth 6-1 to capture the Class B South championship while defeating Gorham 7-1 in the regional semifinal.

No. 2 Old Town/Orono for the third straight season captured the Class B North title with a 6-2 victory over Presque Isle. In the regional semifinal they knocked off Messalonskee in a 6-5 thriller. The Black Bears opened the playoffs with a 3-0 win over Brewer.

The No. 3 Presque Isle Wildcats had another regional final appearance, their second in the past three seasons. They defeated Gardiner 4-3 in the regional quarterfinals while defeating No. 1 seed Hampden Academy 4-1 in the regional semifinals before falling to Old Town/Orono in the regional final.

No. 4 Cheverus defeated York 7-1 in the Class B south quarterfinals before Cape Elizabeth upset them in the regional semifinals in overtime with a 4-3 win.

No. 5 Hampden Academy was one of the top teams in Class B for most of the season but had tough end to the season. The top seeded Broncos in the B North playoffs defeated Waterville/Winslow 8-4 quarters. before falling to Presque Isle.

The Cape Elizabeth Capers got hot at the right time and defeated the No. 3 and No. 2 seeds in the Class B South playoffs in back-to-back games en route to a regional final appearance. The Capers defeated the Clippers of Yarmouth in the opening round 5-0 before defeating Cheverus. The run came to an end against Greely.

No. 7 Messalonskee Eagles opened the Class B North playoffs with an upset of  the No. 3 seed Camden Hills 3-1. The Eagles almost pulled off a second upset as the Eagles lost to Old Town/Orono in the regional semifinals.

No. 8 Camden Hills had a solid regular season but faced a hot Messalonskee team in the first round.

No. 9 Gorham dispatched Brunswick in the opening round of the playoffs 2-1 before falling to Greely in the regional semifinals.

Yarmouth‘s season came to an end early as Cape Elizabeth defeated them in the opening round of the playoffs

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