Roger Brown's First & 10: No. 1 to face biggest challenge yet
Nashua South turned in a dominant defensive effort in Friday night’s 28-6 victory over Exeter. It was the first time Exeter (3-2) hasn’t scored a touchdown in a game since a 42-0 loss to BG in the final week of the 2009 regular season. The Blue Hawks were held to two Matt Oppici field goals.
No. 6 Plymouth (5-0) is the highest-ranked team not from Division I. The Bobcats and No. 10 Trinity of Manchester (4-1) are the only Division II teams in the poll.
IN ADDITION to Friday night’s Concord-Pinkerton matchup, one other game that involves two Power Poll teams will be played this weekend. No. 5 BG will clash with No. 9 Spaulding on Saturday night in Nashua.
Spaulding’s two losses came against No. 3 Nashua South and No. 8 Keene.
IN ADDITION to St. Thomas, there are two unbeaten teams not ranked in the Power Poll: Division II Monadnock (5-0) and Division III Pelham (4-0).
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