New Hampshire D2 Poll: Spaulding, Windham await Wednesday showdown

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New Hampshire D2 Poll

RankTeamPrevious RankingWLT
1Spaulding11200
2Windham21320
3Dover31040
4Merrimack6940
5Kingswood8842
6Bow41050
7Goffstown7751
8Keene5760
9Winnacunnet9660
10Lebanon10562

With weather having effectively wiped out Saturday’s slate of games, all attention turns to the battle for division bragging rights Wednesday when No. 1 Spaulding visits No. 2 Windham. Both teams remain undefeated in the division at this late juncture.

Spaulding handled Timberlane this past Wednesday and brackets the Windham game with dates against Pembroke-Campbell on Monday and Kingswood Saturday.

Windham toppled No. 8 Keene in its only action of the week. Pending make-ups still to be scheduled, the Jaguars take on Spaulding and Dover each of the next two Wednesdays.

No. 3 Dover had its four-game winning streak snapped by No. 7 Goffstown. The Green Wave square off with Portsmouth/Newmarket and old rival No. 6 Bow this week.

No. 4 Merrimack won games against No. 9 Winnacunnet and Portsmouth/Newmarket to regain its standing in the Top Five. The Tomahawks take on Somersworth/Coe-Brown and Oyster River this week,

No. 5 Kingswood scored an impressive 6-2 decision against Bow and faces surging Hollis-Brookline/Derryfield Wednesday before taking a shot at Spaulding Saturday.

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