Maine Class A Poll: Scarborough maintains control

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 A Poll

5St. Dom's661
8Thornton Academy651

*Updated 2/3/14

The tiers in Class A are becoming more clear by the week. Four teams have asserted themselves at the top.


Scarborough’s Jack Callahan tries to muscle Lewiston’s Kyle Lemelin off the puck during recent action between these Class A powers. Lewiston won this one, 4-3. (Photos by Amy Waterman/Sun Journal)

No surprise Scarborough is leading the top tier after an 11-0 victory over Portland/Deering on Saturday night in their lone game of the week. The upcoming week they have Cheverus and Bangor on Thursday and Saturday respectfully.


Bangor is in that top tier despite losing to Falmouth on Friday night, but they have a rematch with the Yachtsmen on Monday in Bangor. On Wednesday they face Poland-Gray New Gloucester.


Falmouth picked up wins against St. Dom’s, 5-4, on Wednesday and a 3-1 win over Bangor. They also defeated Yarmouth 6-2 in the first meeting of the two schools in seven years on Saturday. They will meet Thornton Academy and Biddeford this week.


Lewiston is also in the top tier with wins over Poland-Gray New Gloucester and St. Dom’s this week. Their lone game this week is Lawrence/Skowhegan on Wednesday.


In the second tier, you have St. Dom’s who could have made it a five-team first tier if they could have scored a victory or two over Falmouth and Lewiston this past week. They have Thornton Academy and Poland-Gray New Gloucester this week.


The other teams in the East in the second tier are Brunswick, which dropped games to Bangor and Cony this week while defeating Edward Little on Saturday, and Cony/Monmouth, whose win over Brunswick was its lone game of the week. This week they have Edward Little and Skowhegan/Lawrence on the docket.


Out west, Cheverus, Thornton Academy and Biddeford round out the second tier. Cheverus and Thornton played in a 4-3 overtime thriller this week with Thornton coming on top with 24 seconds remaining. Thornton fell to Biddeford on Saturday 4-2. They have Falmouth this week. Cheverus has Scarborough and Biddeford this upcoming week. In Biddeford’s other game in the last seven days they tied Greely 4-4 on Monday.


In the third tier you have Noble/Wells, Edward Little, Lawrence/Skowhegan, Mt. Ararat/Lisbon all trying to secure playoff spots in their respective conferences.


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