Maine Class B Top 10
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No. 1 Cape Elizabeth‘s run to the Maine Class B state championship included a 7-2 win over Yarmouth/Cheverus in the B South regional semifinals and a 2-0 victory over York in the regional final. The Capers defeated Messalonskee 4-3 to take home the B crown.
No. 2 Messalonskee‘s playoffs included a 3-0 win over Gardiner/Waterville/Winslow in the regional quarters, nicking Presque Isle 3-2 in the semis and defeating Hampden Academy 3-1 for the B North title.
No. 3 York got hot towards the end of the regular season earning a home playoff game against Poland/Leavitt/Oak Hill/Gray-New Gloucester. The Wildcats defeated the Kings 4-1. York followed up the quarterfinal win with an upset of top-seeded Brunswick in the semifinals with a 5-2 victory. York’s run finished in the regional final with the loss to Cape Elizabeth.
No. 4 Hampden Academy knocked off the defending Class B North champions Camden Hills 2-1 in the regional quarterfinals and had an upset of their own taking out John Bapst/Hermon/Bangor Christian/Deer Isle-Stonington 3-1 in the B North semifinals before bowing out to Messalonskee.
No. 5 Brunswick‘s outstanding season came to an abrupt end in the regional semifinals with the loss to York.
No. 6 John Bapst/Hermon/Bangor Christian/Deer Isle-Stonington was another team with a tremondous regular season that came to the end in their first playoff game with a loss to Hampden Academy.
No. 7 Presque Isle had a 7-3 win over Old Town/Orono in the regional quarterfinals before dropping the decision to Messalonskee in the semis.
No. 8 Yarmouth/Cheverus had a 6-4 B South quarterfinal win against Gorham before the loss to Cape Elizabeth.
No. 9 Poland/Leavitt/Oak Hill/Gray-New Gloucester season came to an end with the opening loss to York.
No. 10 Camden Hills lost to Hampden Academy in the first round of the B North playoffs.