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GoLocal HS Soccer Coaches Poll: North Fighting for Top Spot

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

 

The Polar Bears of North have been floating around the top spot in our coaches poll all season, but would they be able to reclaim the top spot?

North went 1-1-1 against Inter-High competition last week, while perennial power Algonquin fell to league-foe Nashoba and Groton-Dunstable picked up a huge win over Marlborough. In the midst of all this shakeup, the Polar Bears emerged on top in our coaches' minds.

Here is the top-10:

1. North (14-2-1)
2. Groton-Dunstable (12-2-3)
3. Algonquin (12-3-3)
4. Marlborough (13-3-2)
5. Sutton (14-1-1)
6. Nashoba (12-3-3)
7. Millbury (16-1-1)
8. Grafton (13-3-2)
9. Wachusett (8-6-4)
10. Douglas (12-4-2)


With Hurricane Sandy battering the northeast with heavy rain and gusting winds, it remains to be seen how the Central Mass soccer playoffs will be affected. Several regular season finales were cancelled Monday, and it does not seem likely play will resume until at least Wednesday. But Algonquin and North go into the Division I Central Mass playoffs as the odds on favorites.
 

 

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