Final Regular Season New Hampshire Division 2 Top 8: #8 LSMR Finishes Strong With 5-0 Shutout Of #1 Keene

Kevin Doyle
Kevin Doyle
Kevin joined HNIB in 1990 and is a Senior Writer and Director of the Northern New England and Mass/R.I. High School Division camps. A veteran editor/writer of 40 years in the print and digital mediums, he has edited and produced original content and coordinated production for local and global publications and websites. He holds degrees from Merrimack College and Boston University and won multiple industry awards as Sports Editor of The Daily News of Newburyport and News Editor of The Amesbury News. He is the 2016 recipient of the North Shore Lifetime Commitment From the Community award presented by Moynihan Lumber and a 2017 Newburyport High School Wall of Fame inductee. He resides with his family in Portsmouth, NH. Email him at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter @kdoyle40

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New Hampshire Boys D2 Top 8

RankTeam[tooltip text="PR*" gravity="ne"]Previous Ranking[/tooltip]WLT
2St. Thomas Aquinas21341
6Somersworth/Coe-Brown 61061
7Oyster River41151
8Lebanon/Stevens/Mount Royal8791

No. 1 Keene (12-3-2) certainly isn’t heading into tournament play under the head of steam it hoped it might. After starting the week with a 4-3 win against Merrimack, the Blackbirds were stunned by No, 8 Lebanon/Stevens/Mount Royal (7-9-1) Wednesday night in their finale, 5-0. Not enough to move Keene off the top spot but certainly enough to get their and everyone else’s attention.

That performance served as the season finale  as well for LSMR, which turned its year around with a 5-3-1 second half.

No. 2 St. Thomas Aquinas (13-4-1) crossed the border for a 4-3 win against Maine Class A stalwart St. Dom’s and finished the regular season with 3-1 decision of Portsmouth/Newmarket.

No. 3 Merrimack (13-4-1) rebounded from the loss to Keene to hammer Kingswood, 8-1, and shut out Oyster River, 1-0.

No. 4 Goffstown (13-5-0) finished up with an 8-3 rout of Alvirne/Milford.

No. 5 Dover (11-7-0) seems to have regained its momentum heading into the tournament, closing with three straight shutouts, including a pair this week against Oyster River, 3-0, and Spaulding, 6-0.

After winning six straight, No. 6 Oyster River (11-5-1) endured a rugged final week, shut out by both Dover and Merrimack.

No. 7 Somersworth/Coe-Brown (10-6-1) easily won its finale against Winnacunnet, 9-2,

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