Maine Class B Top 10: Kennebunk flexing its muscles

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 B Boys Poll

RankTeamWLT
1Kennebunk500
2Mesalonskee410
3Camden Hills610
4Brewer401
5Gorham410
6Waterville320
7Winslow420
8Cape Elizabeth340
9York320
10Gardiner320

Class B has been the Wild Wild West so far at the top.

Kennebunk is off to a 5-0 start and has wins over Class A teams such as as Marshwood/Traip, Noble/Wells and Massabesic/Bonny Eagle/Old Orchard. They have beaten Greely and Cape Elizabeth, fellow Western Class B teams. They don’t play again until Saturday, Jan. 10 against Camden Hills.

Messalonskee is off to another solid start as the defending Class B Champions are 4-1. They have played five of the other six teams in Eastern Class B that would qualify for the playoffs if the season ended today. The lone team they haven’t played is Brewer and they will face them on Saturday.

Camden Hills has already have played seven games and off to a 6-1 start. They beat last year’s state runner up in Class B, the Gorham Rams in the opening game of the season. They have mostly faced Eastern Class B opponents. Ten of their final 11 games are against fellow Western Class B opponents.

The Brewer Witches are off to a strong start as they are 4-0-1 on the season. They have beaten fellow Eastern B teams Hampden Academy, Orono/Old Town, Winslow and Houlton/Hodgdon. They were 43 seconds from being 5-0 on Saturday in the game against Presque Isle. The schedule gets tougher the next two games against Waterville and Messalonskee.

The Gorham Rams are also off to another strong start as they are 4-1 on the young season. After the opening loss to Camden Hills, they have beaten Class A teams Westbrook and Noble/Wells. They have beaten Western Class B teams Greely and Cape Elizabeth. They have a stretch of three games against Massabesic/Bonny Eagle/Old Orchard, Westbrook and Gardiner before a matchup against Scarborough on Jan. 14.

Waterville started the season off strong as they out scored their opponents 18-0 in the first three games. They picked up wins against Greely and Camden Hills and Hampden Academy. On Monday in a match up against Messalonskee, they dropped a 7-2 decision. On Friday they fell to arch rival Winslow 4-3.

The Winslow Black Raiders are also off to a strong start with a 4-2 record. In addition to their win against Waterville, the other three wins are against John Bapst, Yarmouth and Orono/Old Town. They are also gave Messalonskee a scare in a 6-5 loss to the defending Class B Champions. They have Presque Isle and Houlton/Hodgdon this week.

The Cape Elizabeth Capers have played a tough schedule. Their three wins are against Gardiner, York and Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale. Their losses are against Cheverus, Gorham, Falmouth and Kennebunk. The next two games are against Class A teams Edward Little and Portland/Deering.

York and Gardiner are both 3-2 on the young season. York wins were against Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale, South Portland/Freeport/Waynflete and Marshwood/Traip. The lost to Cape Elizabeth and Brunswick. Gardiner’s wins are against Maranacook/Winthrop/Hall-Dale, Cony/Monmouth and Leavitt.

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