New Hampshire D2 Poll: Key Goffstown-Merrimack clash Wednesday

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New Hampshire Division 2 Poll

RankTeamWLT
1Goffstown301
2Windham300
3Spaulding200
4Merrimack 200
5Dover210
6Kingswood201
7Bow220
8Keene220
9Lebanon121
10Portsmouth/Newmarket230

With a number of schools not resuming action until this Wednesday, movement is minimal in this week’s second in-season poll.

No. 1 Goffstown remains on top despite a 2-2 tie with Oyster River coming out of the break. The Grizzlies figure to be tested by No. 3 Merrimack Wednesday, then close out the week against Timberlane.

No. 2 Windham swung back into action Sunday against Hollis-Brookline-Derryfield. They can enhance their standing with games against No. 9 Lebanon and Oyster River to complete the week.

No. 3 Merrimack — 5-0-0 overall thanks to three wins in the Tuscan Kitchen Blue Devil Classic — might be the division’s hottest team. The Tomahawks resume league play with that pivotal clash against Goffstown on Wednesday, then visit No. 8 Keene Saturday.

No. 4 Spaulding swings back into action Wednesday night at home against Winnacunnet, then takes on Hollis-Brookline-Derryfield Saturday.

No. 5 Dover will look to build on the momentum gained from Saturday’s key 4-1 win against old rival No. 7 Bow in games against Hollis-Brookline-Derryfield and Lebanon.

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