Mass. Boys HS Hockey – Division 4 Top 10: Big Weeks Ahead For #1 Norwell, #2 Sandwich

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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Norwell (9-1-0) stays in the #1 spot in the HNIB News Division 4 Top 10. The Clippers continue to be strong with two more wins against Middleboro and Rockland. They have Hanover and Cohasset/Hull in what will be an interesting week.

#2 Sandwich (6-2-1) holds down the #2 spot as they had two huge wins this week. The Blue Knights blanked Falmouth 3-0 and took down Grafton, 3-2, on Saturday. They have Barnstable and Pembroke on deck.  

Winthrop (6-1-1) stays in the #3 spot. The Vikings tied 2-2 with Gloucester and beat Swampscott 7-2.

#4 Cohasset/Hull (4-0-2) returned to action this week after two weeks off. They tied Rockland 1-1 and beat E/W Bridgewater 3-2 to stay undefeated.

Shawsheen (8-1-0) remains firm at #5 as the Rams won both their games this week against Greater Lowell/Nashoba. A key game looms Monday with unbeaten Essex Tech.

#6 Dennis-Yarmouth (8-1-1) suffered its first loss of the season, falling 3-1 to Nantucket, but rebounded in their next contest, beating Mashpee/Monomoy, 5-1.

Amesbury (5-2-0) stays at #7 as its only game this week was postponed. They return to action Saturday against Beverly.

Grafton (8-2-0) stays at #8 despite losing its only game of the week, 3-2 to #2 Sandwich. The Gators have Hudson and West Springfield coming up.

Coming in at #9 is Martha’s Vineyard (7-3-0) which continues to roll. The Vineyarders had two more wins this week and have a big one coming up Wednesday with Dennis-Yarmouth.

Rounding out the Division 4 Top 10 is newcomer Nantucket (3-4-0). They are coming off a big 3-1 win over Dennis-Yarmouth and look to keep it rolling this week against John Paul II and Bishop Stang. 

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