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Power Poll: Salem, Warriors still tied for No. 1

Staff report
October 09. 2017 10:12PM




If you liked last week’s New Hampshire Union Leader High School Football Power Poll, you’ll love this week’s. The top seven spots remained unchanged from a week ago, with Winnacunnet of Hampton and Salem staying tied for No. 1 after weekend blowout victories.

Division II Plymouth stayed in the No. 3 spot, followed by Goffstown, Pinkerton of Derry, Windham and Exeter. The Grizzlies posted the weekend’s most impressive victory, topping defending Division I state Bedford, 21-7.

Londonderry, which is 5-1, its lone loss at Pinkerton, jumped from unranked to No. 8 in this week’s poll. The Lancers can earn a playoff spot with a win over Alvirne of Hudson on Friday night at home.

Other key games this weekend include No. 10 Manchester Central at home to Goffstown on Friday.

After Week 6

The top 10 high school football teams in New Hampshire, with record, first-place votes/points in parentheses, plus last week’s rankings.

T-1. Salem, 6-0 (3/57) , T-1
T-1. Winnacunnet, 6-0 (3,57). T-1
3. Plymouth, 6-0 (43), 3rd
4. Goffstown, 5-1 (42), 4th
5. Pinkerton, 5-1 (37), 5th
6. Windham, 5-0 (27), 6th
7. Exeter, 4-2 (26), 7th
8. Londonderry, 5-1 (16), NR
9. Man. Central, 5-1 (10), T-9
10. Nashua South, 4-2 (9), T-9
Other receiving votes: Campbell (3), 5-0; Bedford, 3-3 (2), 8th; Bow, 4-1 (1), NR.


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