Poll update: Our girls' hockey fans voted for which team they wanted to see in this week's Top 20 rankings and winning by six votes is Arlington. The Spy Ponders (8-6) fall at No. 19 after shutting out Belmont, 4-0, and scoring two goals against Woburn in their 5-2 loss.
See voting results for Westwood, Sandwich and Norwood here.
In other news...
Duxbury delivered one of the biggest upsets this week as the Green Dragons avenged an earlier season loss against previously second-ranked Falmouth with a 4-1 victory. Hannah Murphy's two goals propelled the win and moved the Green Dragons (14-1-1) to No. 2. Falmouth dropped to the third spot with its first loss this season.
No. 10 Lexington surprised Woburn as Carolyn Avery made a clutch shot to tie, 3-3, for the Tanners (13-0-2) second tie this season.
No. 6 Wellesley's Molly Connolly and Cecily Docktor delivered two goals apiece to stun Herget rival No. 15 Norwood 5-2 on Saturday.
No. 11 Westford dropped two spots after a loss to non-ranked Andover. Fontbonne was bumped out of the rankings after a loss to No. 17 Braintree and a tie with Westwood.
No. 18 Beverly/Danvers ruined its perfect run with a stalemate Saturday with Winthrop/Lynn, 0-0. The squad is now 12-0-1.
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