Maine Class A Poll: Suddenly, there’s no clear favorite

Nathan Fournier
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Maine Class A Poll

RankTeamPrevious RankingWLT
1St. Dom's11021

* Updated 2/2/15

Who is the best team in Class A?

The picture isn’t any more clearer after the results this past week. On Monday, No. 3 Lewiston beat No. 2 Falmouth, 5-2. On Wednesday Falmouth beat No. 1 St. Dominic Academy, 2-1. Finally, on Saturday, St. Dom’s beat Lewiston, 5-2.

The fourth team in the conversation, No. 4 Bangor had both games wiped out this week due to Mother Nature. Their game against Messalonskee that was scheduled for Wednesday is now tonight, which could be wiped out again. The game against Brunswick that was scheduled for Friday has no make-up date announced yet. They have Cony/Monmouth on Saturday.

St. Dominic travels to Biddeford twice this week – to face No. 6 Biddeford Wednesday and Thornton Academy Saturday. Lewiston travels to face Biddeford on Monday, hosts Thornton on Wednesday and crosses the bridge to face rival Edward Little on Saturday.

Falmouth has No. 7 Cheverus on Thursday and Biddeford on Saturday.

Biddeford has been getting outstanding goaltending as Brandon Daigle has recorded three shutouts in a row.  Two of them came this week against Cape Elizabeth in a 7-0 victory and a 4-0 victory over rival Thornton.

No. 5 Scarborough also dispatched Cape Elizabeth 2-1 on Saturday and they have Cheverus next Saturday.

Cheverus’ lone game this past week was a 10-0 victory over Lake Region/Fryeburg/Oxford Hills. The schedule gets tougher with Falmouth and Scarborough this week.

No. 8 Noble/Wells defeated Marshwood/Traip 7-2 on Saturday. This week’s games include hosting Massabesic/Bonny Eagle/Old Orchard on Wednesday and South Portland/Freeport/Waynflete on Saturday.

No. 9 Lawrence/Skowhegan defeated Cony/Monmouth 5-1 on Wednesday and Portland/Deering on Saturday 7-0. They have Thornton Academy on Monday while Wednesday they travel to face Edward Little and to Brunswick for key games that could determine the fourth seed in the playoffs in Eastern A.

No. 10 Brunswick’s lone game was postponed this week and they also face Poland/Gray-New Gloucester/Oak Hill on Wednesday before hosting Lawrence/Skowhegan.

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