New Hampshire Boys D1 Top 10
Thus far the the story remains the same — it’s No. 1 Concord (7-0-0) with everyone else trying to chase them down. The Crimson Tide swamped Bedford Saturday night, 5-1.
The closest pursuer remains No. 2 Exeter (4-0-1), which followed up its 4-2 win against Hanover by taking down Bow, 6-2.
No. 3 Bishop Guertin (4-2-1) entertains Arlington Catholic of Massachusetts Monday and travels to Concord for their first meeting of the season on Wednesday.
No. 4 Bedford (5-1-0) executed an impressive turnaround in less than 24 hours, rebounding from Saturday’s loss to Concord to defeat Hanover in OT, 5-4, on Sunday, a game re-rescheduled from Monday to avoid expected bad weather.
No. 5 Hanover (4-3-0) has a home-and-home set with Bow later this week.
No. 6 Londonderry (6-2-0) knocked of Trinity, 6-2. Next up for the Lancers are Salem and Windham.
No. 7 Windham (4-4-0) fell to Hanover, 3-0, for its third straight loss. The Jaguars look to bounce back against Nashua North/Souhegan and D2 leader St, Thomas Aquinas.
No. 8 Pinkerton (3-4-1) knocked off Nashua South/Pelham and is home against Exeter Wednesday.
No. 9 Manchester (4-1-0) has a busy week with three home dates against Winnacunnet, Keene and Trinity.
No. 10 Bow (2-4-0) has dropped four in a row. It’s a tough week with trips to Hanover and Oyster River