Mass. Boys HS Hockey – Division 2 Top 10: Another Flip-Flop At The Top; Surging Norwood Returns At #8

Alexis Demopoulos
Alexis Demopoulos
Alexis is a 2017 graduate from UMass Lowell who currently works covering hockey for Hockey Night in Boston as well as the Worcester Railers JHC & is a sports reporter for the Daily Times Chronicle in Woburn.

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Massachusetts Boys D2 Top 10

RankTeam*PRWLT
1Tewksbury2910
2Canton11020
3Duxbury4842
4Silver Lake3921
5Walpole5530
6Plymouth South81020
7Algonquin7822
8NorwoodNR630
9Hopkinton9920
10Somerset Berkley101000

Tewksbury returns to the top spot in the HNIB News Massachusetts Boys D2 Top 10 R after a two-win week. The Redmen beat Boston Latin 3-1 and shutout Concord Carlisle 6-0. They have a busy week coming up with games against Newton South, North Andover and game one of the Ed Burns Tournament.

Canton moves down to #2 spot after a split week. The Bulldogs lost 5-3 to a tough Archbishop Williams team, but rebounded, beating Attleboro 10-1.

#3 Duxbury moves up one spot after an impressive showing this week. Despite losing 1-0 to Marshfield, the Dragons held their own in a great game. They finished the week beating Whitman-Hanson 3-1. A big match-up with #4 Silver Lake looms this week.

Silver Lake slides down one spot with a split showing this week. The Lakers beat E/W Bridgewater in convincing fashion and lost to a strong Scituate team 5-1. They have a big week on tap with games against Duxbury and Marshfield.

#5 Walpole had another quiet week with just one game. The Timberwolves lost to an undefeated Division 1 Wellesley team 3-1. They will take on Brookline and Newton North this week, as well as game one of the Burns Tournament.

Plymouth South moved up to #6 as it continued its strong showing with wins over Whitman-Hanson and Hanover.

#7 Algonquin had a busy, yet productive week with two wins and a tie. The Titans had back-to-back shutouts against Concord-Carlisle and Leominster and ended the week with a 4-4 tie against Nashoba Regional.

Norwood (6-3-0) checks back into the rankings this week at #8 as they have been hot as of late, winning five straight games. The Mustangs have Norton on tap this week.

Hopkinton (9-2-0) stays in the #9 spot after blanking Norton 7-0 this week. The Hillers hope to continue their winning ways against Medway and Dover-Sherborn/Weston this upcoming week.

Rounding out the top 10 is Somerset Berkley (10-0-0) which remains undefeated on the season. They beat Bourne 3-0 and snuck by Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk 4-3. 

TEAMS TO WATCH: Boston Latin, Newburyport

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