N.H. D2 Poll: Windham breezes into top spot

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New Hampshire D2 Poll

RankTeamPrevious RankingWLT
1Windham2600
2Merrimack4400
3Spaulding3400
4Goffstown1411
5Kingswood6401
6Bow7420
7Dover5320
8Lebanon9231
9Keene8330
10Portsmouth/Newmarket10340

The first full week of play following the holidays produced some significant movement within the Top 10.

No. 1 Windham continues to thrive as a standalone program, moving up a spot to take over at the top. The Jaguars yield one goal a game and have outscored their opponents, 23-6. They face Pembroke-Campbell and Somersworth-Coe Brown this week.

Undefeated No. 2 Merrimack handed previously-unbeaten Goffstown its first loss of the season Wednesday, then handled improving No. 9 Keene on Saturday. The Tomahawks take on Division One Memorial, No. 5 Kingswood and No. 6 Bow this week.

No. 3 Spaulding was one of only a handful of teams staying put.The Red Raiders registered convincing wins against a couple of lesser opponents and will face No. 8 Lebanon and Oyster River this week.

No. 4 Goffstown fell from the top but bounced back from an 0-1-1 slide with a win against Timberlane Saturday. The Grizzlies have a full week to regroup before facing Keene next Saturday.

Unbeaten No. 5 Kingswood has been something of a surprise and shown itself a team to contend with under new coach Mike Potenza. A major test against Merrimack looms on Wednesday.

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