Mass. Boys HS Hockey – Division 2 Top 10: Just One Change To This Week’s Rankings; Duxbury-Plymouth South On Tap Wednesday

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

5Silver Lake4941
6Plymouth South61121
10Somerset Berkley101200

Tewksbury stays in the #1 spot in the HNIB News Massachusetts Boys Division 2 Top 10 rankings. The Redmen went 2-0-1 this week beating North Andover and Burlington and tying Newton South. They have a big re-match with Lincoln-Sudbury on Wednesday looking to avenge their only loss of the season.  

Canton remains in the number two spot despite a split week. The Bulldogs blanked Taunton 6-0 and lost to Hingham 3-1, Sunday in an opening round Burns Tournament game. 

#3 Duxbury is solid after a big 5-0 win over Silver Lake, avenging an early-season loss to the Lakers. The Dragons have #6 Plymouth South this week and North Quincy.

#4 Walpole moves up one spot after a busy week of games. The Timberwolves beat Brookline 6-0 and Newton North 9-1, then fell to Winchester 3-2 in OT in their Burns Tournament opener. They have Natick and Milton this week.

Silver Lake slides down to the #5 spot after two tough losses this past week to Duxbury and Marshfield. They have Quincy and Pembroke on the horizon.  

Plymouth South had a win and a tie this week. The Panthers beat Hanover 6-3 and tied Pembroke 2-2.

#7 Algonquin had a quiet week playing just one game, beating Marlboro 5-3. The Titans get North Middlesex and Westboro this week.

#8 Norwood just keeps on winning as it extended its winning streak to six. The Mustangs beat Norton 3-2 and have a busy week coming up with three games against Dover-Sherborn/Weston, #9 Hopkinton and Ashland.

Hopkinton (11-2-0) stays in the #9 spot after two wins over Medway and Dover-Sherborn/Weston.

Rounding out the top 10 is Somerset Berkley (12-0-0) which still remains undefeated on the season. They beat Medfield 3-0 and Greater New Bedford 8-1.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Boston Latin, Minnechaug, Whitman-Hanson

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