New Hampshire Boys D3 Top 6: #1 Berlin/Gorham Rallies for OT Win Against #3 HBD

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New Hampshire Boys D3 Top 6

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2John Stark/Hopkinton2930

No. 1 Berlin/Gorham (11-1-1) escaped a week in which it could’ve easily lost twice by snagging 3-of-4 available points. The Mountaineers were nicked by Kennett in a 3-3 mid-week tie then rallied from two goals down in the third period to take down Hollis-Brookline/Derryfield in OT, 3-2. They’re off until Saturday’s game at Kearsage/Plymouth,

No. 2 John Stark/Hopkinton downed Kearsage/Plymouth in its only game, 6-2. The General Hawks spend the week on the road, heading to D2 Goffstown Wednesday and Kennett Saturday.

Despite leading the division in goals scored (59) and differential (+38), No. 3 Hollis-Brookline/Derryfield (9-4-0) has dropped 3-of-4. Wednesday’s win against Monument/Fall Mountain was sandwiched by losses to Kennett and Berlin/Gorham. HBD is at ConVal/Conant Wednesday and Pembroke/Campbell Saturday.

No. 4 Belmont/Gilford (9-3-0) took care of business, shutting out Pembroke/Campbell, 6-0, and handling Laconia/Winnisquam/Inter-Lakes, 7-4. BG hosts Kennett Wednesday and is at Monument/Fall Mountain Saturday.

No. 5 Kennett (6-6-1) re-enters the poll after a big week in which the Eagles tipped HBD, 2-1, tied Berlin/Gorham, 3-3, and shut out Monument/Fall Mountain, 2-0. A Wednesday trip to Belmont/Gilford and Saturday’s home test with JSH are on the docket this week.

No. 6 Kearsage/Plymouth (6-4-1) knocked off ConVal/Conant but dropped a 6-4 verdict to John Stark/Hopkinton. Home dates with LWIL Wednesday and Berlin/Gorham Saturday fill out this week’s schedule

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