Rhode Island HS Hockey – The State Top 8: LaSalle Continues To Roll Along, Will Meet Hendricken This Weekend

Kevin Stone
Kevin Stone
Kevin Stone, a Waltham High Class of 06 graduate, played lacrosse and golf before going into journalism at New England College in Henniker, NH. Kevin went to Framingham State and Middlesex Community College after that. He started doing freelance work in August of 2008, working for The Palo Alto Daily (Palo Alto, CA) and The Waltham Daily News Tribune, and worked for Patch.com until getting jobs with The Norwood Record and Metro West Daily News in 2012. Stone's been writing for the Metro West ever since and has since added The Boston Globe, HNIB, MassVarsity, The New England Football Journal and BostonLax to his already extensive resume.

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Rhode Island Top 8

2East Greenwich21431
3Bishop Hendricken31041
4North Kingstown41312
7Rogers/Middletown/Rocky Hill5862

 #1 LaSalle (19-1-1) continues to roll along. The Rams did take down East Greenwich this past week to further tighten its hold on the top ranking. LaSalle finishes its Rhode Island slate Saturday against Bishop Hendricken.

#2 East Greenwich (14-3-1) has pretty much stayed in lock step with LaSalle all season for the most part, no reason to move them in the rankings.

#3 Bishop Hendricken (10-4-1) Like EG, Hendricken has hung around the best it could with LaSalle this year and will ultimately be a team no one wants to face come playoff time. 

#4 North Kingstown (13-1-2) North Kingstown continues to cruise in Division 2 and last week was no different with four impressive victories over Cranston, #7 Rogers/Middletown/Rocky Hill (8-6-2), PCD/St.Ray’s/Wheeler and North Smithfield. NK and Rogers meet again this weekend.

Smithfield enters this week’s rankings at #8

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