The only bad news for the Bulldogs: It is tough to stay sharp for the playoffs when you win consecutive games by a combined score of 124-0.

2. Thornton 6-1 (2)

Trojans haven’t been tested in a while, either, but Bonny Eagle should take care of that this week.

3. Cheverus 5-2 (3)

Stags’ defeated opponents have a combined record of 10-25. Teams that have beaten them are 13-1. They face Windham (5-2) this week.

4. Bonny Eagle 5-2 (4)

Scots’ margin of victory has been 20 points or more during each installment of a five-game winning streak.

5. Windham 5-2 (5)

Eagles have established themselves as the team capable of beating or losing to any of their fellow top-five teams in Class A.

6. Falmouth 7-0 (6)

Marshwood was the first team to surpass 14 points against the Yachtsmen, and Hawks needed overtime to accomplish it.

7. Brewer 6-1 (8)

Witches probably have to root for Mt. Blue to beat Skowhegan in order to inch up to No. 2 seed in Class B North.

8. Brunswick 6-1 (9)

Dragons took huge step toward home field advantage in the playoffs by rediscovering their winning ways at Mt. Blue.

9. Marshwood 5-2 (7)

Battle-tested Hawks have played in three games (Westbrook, Leavitt, Falmouth) that came down to points after touchdowns.

10. Winslow 7-0 (-)

Reluctant to put a Class C team in the rankings, but we recall November 2014 rout of Leavitt and give the Raiders edge over a bunch of 5-2 Class B clubs.


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