Maine Class B Poll: Powerful Kennebunk is cruising

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Maine Class B Poll

RankTeamPrevious RankingWLT
1Kennebunnk1600
2Messalonskee2610
3Camden Hills3710
4Gorham5610
5Brewer4511
6Winslow7620
7Waterville6430
8York9330
9John BapstNR330
10Cape Elizabeth8340

The No. 1 Kennebunk Rams are enjoying a two-week break from games that count as they last played against Cape Elizabeth on Dec. 27. They return to action on Jan. 10 against Camden Hills.

Speaking of No, 3 Camden Hills, it is tallying up the victories as they sit 7-1 on the season. They defeated Maranacook 9-1 on Tuesday. Their other game this week against Hampden Academy was postponed due to the snowstorm that hit Maine Saturday evening. They next hit the ice on Saturday against Kennebunk.

The other top team in Class B West, No. 4 Gorham, sits at 6-1 as they picked up wins against Westbrook of Class A and Gardiner. The scores were 6-1 and 6-0 respectfully. On Thursday, they host Massabesic/Bonny Eagle/Old Orchard in their only game of the week.

NNEFESTIVAL_WEB_ADIn Eastern B, No, 2 Messalonskee continues to roll with a 3-0 win over Brewer on Saturday. They make the trip to Lewiston on Wednesday for a big game against the Blue Devils. They face Winslow on Saturday night.

No. 5 Brewer defeated Waterville 6-0 on Tuesday in addition to the loss to Messalonskee. They go up the road to face Old Town/Orono on Friday.

No. 6 Winslow beat up on the two most northern teams in the state in Presque Isle and Houlton/Hodgdon this week. On Tuesday they defeated the Wildcats 7-2 and Houlton/Hodgdon 12-1 on Saturday. They host Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale on Wednesday before their game against Messalonskee.

Their rivals, the No, 7 Waterville Purple Panthers are reeling as they dropped three straight games before defeating Houlton/Hodgdon 8-1 on Friday. They go up this weekend for a pair of games against Presque Isle and Houlton/Hodgdon.

No, 8 York lost to Noble/Wells 10-8 on Saturday in their lone game this past week. They host Greely on Monday and travel to Yarmouth on Wednesday and Marshwood/Traip on Saturday. No. 10 Cape Elizabeth had the week off after their game against Edward Little was postponed on Saturday. They have Portland/Deering and Greely this week.

No. 9 John Bapst outlasted Old Town/Orono 6-5 on Tuesday. They host Hampden Academy on Tuesday and Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale on Saturday.

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