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Massachusetts Boys D2 Top 15: Boston Latin To Take On Canton Tuesday

Massachusetts Boys D2 Top 15

RankTeamPR*WLT
1Canton11900
2Masconomet21710
3Lincoln-Sudbury31622
4Westwood41116
5Boston Latin81332
6Winthrop61342
7Medfield51125
8Tewksbury91342
9Marblehead71333
10Quincy111442
11Lynnfield121144
12Gloucester131423
13Norwood151036
14Oliver Ames101371
15North AndoverNR1262

#1 Canton (19-0-0) and #2 Masconomet (17-1-0) continued their long winning streaks with a pair of wins over the last week. It remains to be seen whether the two D2 powers will get any love in Super 8 conversations. Of course, both would have to win out this week.

The Bulldogs won’t have it easy, as they face #5 Boston Latin (13-3-2) in the opening round of the Joe Quinn Tournament on Tuesday, and then either Medfield or Coyle/Cassidy Thursday.

The Chieftains will see Danvers Monday and then close out their season Friday against D1 power Melrose.

#3 Lincoln-Sudbury (16-2-2) had a couple of wins of its own, knocking off Waltham (3-1) and Malden Catholic (6-1). They finish with Shrewsbury on Wednesday.

#4 Westwood (11-1-6) grabbed the TVL Large title with a win over Medfield (3-1) and then had a scoreless tie with #11 Lynnfield (11-4-4) Saturday. The Wolverines will play Oliver Ames (Monday) and Bourne (Wednesday).

With 21 goals in its last three games, Boston Latin will be ready to go when it sees Canton Tuesday. The Wolfpack clinched a MVC/Dual County II co-title with a win over Haverhill.

#6 Winthrop (13-4-2) rallied for a 2-2 tie with D1 Mansfield. The Vikings have Saugus on Wednesday.

#7 Medfield (11-2-5) takes on Coyle Cassidy in the first round of the Joe Quinn Memorial Tournament Tuesday.

Big wins over Methuen (8-1) and Concord-Carlisle (7-2)  have #8 Tewksbury (13-4-2) in a good way. The Redmen finish with Wilmington Wednesday.

Non-league games with Bishop Feehan (Monday) and East Longmeadow (Thursday) are what’s left for #9 Marblehead (13-3-3), which got past rival Swampscott (3-2) on Saturday.

Quincy (14-4-2) moves into the Top 10 after a big 2-1 win over Oliver Ames. Southeast Regional (Monday) and Cohasset (Wednesday) close out the Presidents’ regular season slate.

#11 Lynnfield (11-4-4) and #12 Gloucester (14-2-3) are both playing well and end the season facing each other on Wednesday.

#13 Norwood (10-3-6) moves up two spots. #14 Oliver Ames (13-7-1) drops a bit, while North Andover (12-6-2) reappears at #15. The Scarlet Knights have one four straight via the shutout route

Gary Demopoulos
Gary Demopoulos has been covering prep school hockey for the HNIB News for over 30 years, and has been the editor of the HNIB News since 2005. A former sportswriter and news editor at the Woburn (MA) Daily Times Chronicle, he has been the HNIB News' key reporter for Mens Prep School hockey since 1988, as well as womens hockey, both at the prep school and high school levels. for almost 20 years. Gary also helps organize and oversee HNIB's many summer tournaments and festivals for scholastic players.
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