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GoLocal HS Soccer Coaches Poll: Is Algonquin Still No. 1?

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

 

Marlborough's continued solid play was enough for it to capture the top spot in our coaches poll for the first time.

The Panthers won their three games last week by a combined score of 12-1, and look like a team that can win a state championship. Last week's No. 1 Algonquin didn't exactly slow down either, scoring a pair of pivotal victories over league foe Nashoba and St. John's.

Now, without further ado, here are this week's rankings.

1. Marlborough (12-2-2)
2. North (13-2-0)
3. Algonquin (12-1-2)
4. Groton-Dunstable (10-2-3)
5. Sutton (12-1-1)
6. Millbury (13-1-1)
7. Nashoba (10-3-3)
8. Grafton (10-2-2)
9. Wachusett (6-6-3)
10. Bromfield (8-2-4)


Game of the Week: Groton-Dunstable at Marlborough

This game pits perhaps the region's best player against what may be the region's best team. Groton-Dunstable's Nate Pomeroy has a scorers touch, but isn't afraid to get his teammates involved. If Groton-Dunstable is to pull off the upset of the Panthers, Pomeroy will have to elevate his play, and the play of everyone on his team.

Player to Watch: Tyler Morin, Algonquin

Morin is coming off a two goal performance against St. John's, and the talented attacker also notched a goal in Algonquin's critical victory over Nashoba. There will be little time to rest for Morin and his Tomahawk teammates, as Thursday brings another duel with the talented Chieftains.

 

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