Maine Class B Poll: Kennebunk holds onto No. 1

Nathan Fournier
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Maine Class B Poll

RankTeamPrevious RankingWLT
3Camden Hills4710
8John Bapst10630
10Cape Elizabeth9530

The No. 1 Kennebunk Rams started the week with a 2-2 with the Biddeford Tigers of Class A on Tuesday. They also faced Class A Portland/Deering and came away with the 10-1 victory. They travel down to Dover, N.H. on Monday to face the York Wildcats. On Saturday they visit the Yarmouth Clippers.

The No. 4 Gorham Rams also skated to a tie with a Class A opponent in the Scarborough Red Storm on Wednesday, 1-1. On Saturday, they faced York where they fell 6-4.

No. 3 Camden Hills had the week off but host the Hampden Academy Broncos on Monday before traveling to face Leavitt in Auburn on Saturday.


The No. 2 Messalonskee Eagles faced off against the Waterville Purple Panthers on Saturday, 4-1. This week they host Houlton/Hodgdon on Monday and Presque Isle on Saturday.

The No. 5 Winslow Black Raiders had the week off and get back to work with games against Cony/Monmouth on Wednesday and they travel up to Hampden Academy on Friday.

The No. 8 John Bapst Crusaders earned a big 2-0 victory on Tuesday against the Brewer Witches. They followed that up on Friday with a 5-1 victory over the Leavitt Hornets. This week they travel up to Presque Isle on Monday.

No. 6 York’s lone game this week was against Gorham and they defeated the Rams 6-4. On Monday they faced Kennebunk

On Wednesday the No. 10 Cape Elizabeth Capers picked up a solid 2-1 victory over Class A opponent the Edward Little Red Eddies. On Monday they face Yarmouth and play another Class A team on Saturday in the Scarborough Red Storm.

The No. 7 Brewer Witches started the week of with a 2-0 loss to John Bapst. They came back on Saturday with a 4-3 win over Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale in overtime. They travel down to Colby College in Waterville to face the Waterville Purple Panthers. On Saturday they host Houlton/Hogdon.

No. 9 Waterville faced Messalonskee and fell 4-1. In addition to hosting Brewer on Monday they travel up to Orono on Saturday to face Orono/Old Town.

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