New Hampshire Boys D3 Top 6: Undefeated JSH, Belmont/Gilford Hold Top Spots

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New Hampshire Boys D3 Top 6

RankTeam[tooltip text="PR*" gravity="ne"]Previous Ranking[/tooltip]WLT
1 John Stark/Hopkinton1400
3 Berlin/Gorham3410

No surprises here as No. 1 John Stark/Hopkinton (4-0-0) remains of top. The General Hawks outlasted Pembroke/Campbell, 9-4, in a high-scoring affair. An upcoming three-game week will be capped by a key clash at Berlin/Gorham Saturday evening.

No. 2 Belmont/Gilford (4-0-0) kept pace with lopsided decisions of Laconia/Winnisquam/Inter-Lakes, 5-0, and Monument/Fall Mountain, 10-1. They visit Kennett Wednesday night and return home for Saturday’s date with Kearsage/Plymouth.

No. 3 Berlin/Gorham (4-1-0) upended Kennett, 5-2, and closed down ConVal, 4-1, this week the Mountaineers prep for Saturday’s date with JSH by traveling to Laconia/Winnisquam/Inter-Lakes Wednesday night.

No. 4 Hollis-Brookline/Derryfield (4-1-0) enjoyed a productive week as it knocked off Kearsage/Plymouth, 3-1, and Laconia/Winnisquam/Inter-Lakes, 5-1. HBD hosts Pembroke/Campbell Wednesday then heads to Kennett Saturday.

No. 5 Kennett (2-3-0) fell to Berlin/Gorham in its only action of the week. This a key week for the Eagles with visits to The Ham on Wednesday by Belmont/Gilford and Saturday by HBD.

No. 6 ConVal/Conant (1-2-1) lost to Berlin/Gorham, 4-1, takes a shot at John Stark/Hopkinton Wednesday night then returns home against Sanborn/Epping Saturday.

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