Girls Prep Hockey: Division II Poll

HNIB Staff
HNIB Staffhttps://www.hnibnews.com
In 1972, two lifetime high school hockey fans started a weekly broadcast of Greater Boston high school games on WBOS-FM (92.9). The duo - Lance LoFaro and Darby Yaeger - called the nightly broadcasts "Hockey Night in Boston". As of late, HNIBnews - over 40 years running - has kept the scholastic hockey world on its feet with its widely-read website HNIBnews.com. In addition to HNIBnews, Hockey Night in Boston runs MassHSHockey.com, and also hosts summer tournaments showcasing the talents of scholastic hockey.

Related posts

Prep Girls Division 2 Poll

RankTeamWLT
1Millbrook601
2Rivers310
3Gunnery521
4Southfield421
5Middlesex240
6Proctor840
7Governors421
8Canterbury520

*Updated 1/6/14

 

Top-ranked Millbrook (6-0-1) gets tested right out of the chute as the Mustangs travel to improved Canterbury to begin the new year (1/8). On Friday, Millbrook hosts Morristown-Beard in a non-league contest.

 

#2 Rivers (3-1-0) can make a lot of noise tonight if they can knock off Division I’s top team – Nobles. The Red Wings have started strong and also have St. George’s (away 1/8) and Winchendon (home 1/11) on this week’s docket.

 

#3 Gunnery (6-2-1) is coming off a solid showing at this past weekend’s Exeter Invitational, winning three games and tying D-1 power Williston, who the Highlanders will see again on Saturday.

 

#4 Southfield (4-2-1) gets a pair of Division I opponents in Andover (1/8) and at Tabor (1/10) before hosting Thayer Academy on Saturday.

 

Looking to run off some wins, #5 Middlesex (2-4-0) will still face the rugged schedule, travelling to Nobles on Wednesday and to Governor’s Academy on Saturday.

 

#6 Proctor (8-5-0) won only one of four games at the Exeter Invitational against tough competition, that win a 3-1 verdict of Northfield Mt. Hermon. The Hornets are at Winchendon on Wednesday.

 

A tough week awaits #7 Governor’s Academy (4-2-1) with a game at Fenway Park Wednesday against St. Paul’s and Saturday’s ISL battle with Middlesex.

 

With a solid showing at Exeter, #8 Canterbury (5-2-0) moves into the HNIB News poll. The Saints this past weekend reached the finals of the Exeter Invitational Tournament, falling to D-1 heavy Williston.

 

A team to watch in the next few weeks will be Brooks.

 

GAMES TO WATCH:

 

Monday, January 6th

Nobles at Rivers, 5:30pm

 

Wednesday, January 8th

St. Paul’s vs. Governor’s Acad., 1:30pm at Fenway Park

Middlesex at Nobles, 430pm

Millbrook at Canterbury, 2:30pm

 

Saturday, January 11th

Williston at Gunnery, 4:15pm

Middlesex at Governor’s Acad., 2:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

- Sponsor -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Sponsor -
- Sponsor -
- Sponsor -
HNIB News