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High school pound-for-pound rankings: Title keeps Kearsarge on top

  • Kearsarge center Tayler Mattos gets fouled by Stevens’ Zachary O’Brien in the waning seconds of the game Saturday night at SNHU. GEOFF FORESTER


Sunday, March 12, 2017

TEAM (last week’s rank)

1. KEARSARGE BOYS’ HOOP (1) captured the first title in program history with a 51-46 win over Stevens in Saturday’s D-III final.

2. BOW BOYS’ HOCKEY (2) claimed the D-II championship and handed Keene its first loss of the season with a 4-2 win on Saturday.

3. CONCORD GIRLS’ NORDIC (10) beat second-place Bishop Guertin by 28 points, 778-750, on Monday to win a ninth straight D-I title.

4. CONCORD BOYS’ NORDIC (9) beat second-place Bedford by 20 points, 780-760, on Monday to win a ninth straight D-I title.

5. KEARSARGE GIRLS’ NORDIC (NR) beat second-place White Mountains by 16 points, 761-745, to defend its D-III title.

6. KEARSARGE BOYS’ NORDIC (NR) beat second-place White Mountains by 3.5 points, 721-717.5, to win the D-III title.

7. COE-BROWN BOYS’ BASKETBALL (NR) advanced to Wednesday’s D-II semifinals with a 66-55 win over No. 6 Pelham.

8. KEARSARGE BOYS’ ALPINE (3) won a second straight D-III title last week and got a second-place GS result from Justin Norris.

9. KEARSARGE GIRLS’ ALPINE (4) won a second straight D-III title last week with four in the top 10 of the GS race.

10. BELMONT-GILFORD HOCKEY (8) finished 15-4-1 after a 4-2 loss to Berlin-Gorham in the D-III semifinals.

Others receiving votes: Concord boys’ hockey, Somersworth-Coe-Brown boys’ hockey, Concord wrestling

– By TIM O’SULLIVAN, Monitor staff