New Hampshire D3 Top 8: Five Straight Shutouts For John Stark/Hopkinton

Kevin Doyle
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New Hampshire D3 Boys Top 8

RankTeam[tooltip text="PR*" gravity="ne"]Previous Ranking[/tooltip]WLT
1John Stark/Hopkinton1800
2Monadnock/Fall Mountain5410
3Berlin/Gorham2520
4Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes4420
5Pembroke/Campbell3330
6Belmont/Gilford7440
7Hollis/Brookline-Derryfield6330
8Conval/ConantNR130

Undefeated No. 1 John Stark/Hopkinton extended its shutout streak to five games this week with wins against D2 No. 7 Lebanon/Stevens, 4-0, and No. 5 Pembroke/Campbell, 8-0. The General Hawks have outscored opponents, 30-0, during the streak. They host Kennett on Saturday in their only game this week.

No. 2 Monadnock/Fall Mountain vaulted three spots by knocking off Berlin/Gorham Saturday, 3-2, in its lone game. It’s another one-game week for MFM, which will host Kearsage/Plymouth on Saturday.

No. 3 Berlin/Gorham saw its four-game winning streak snapped by MFM. The Mounties entertain Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes Monday and trek to D2 No. 6 Alvirne/Milford next Saturday.

Sitting at No. 4, Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes had its three-game winning streak snapped by No. 6 Belmont/Gilford on Saturday, 3-1. M/IL visits Berlin/Gorham Monday and faces Sanborn at home on Wednesday and MFM at home on Saturday in a three-game week.

No. 5 Pembroke/Campbell dropped both its games last week and will look to regain momentum at Timberlane on Tuesday and against Belmont/Gilford on Saturday.

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