Atlantic North Recap: Teams Make Most of Quiet Weekend

With another weekend of league matchups set in the books, we are going to take a look at all the action that took place in the Atlantic North divisions.

Men's Division II: 

With a bye week in the Women's division I play, we are going to start things off with the Men's division II matches.

In the sole Empire New Jersey division game, Morris defeated Princeton easily, 74-12.

In the Empire New York division, New Haven squeezed out a two point victory against tough foe Old Blue, 32-30. In the other matchup, the Fairfield Yankees defeated White Plains 48-29.

In the lone New England matchup, Newport defeated Hartford 29-24, securing an impressive 9-0 record for the season.

Women's Division II:

Jumping over to the Women's division II play, the Charles River Rats downed Amoskeag, 31-5. In a muddy affair, North Shore defeated Upper Valley 25-10. Burlington fought hard for their close victory against Hartford, 10-5. And for the final matchup, couldn't have been much closer than this, as Providence tied Worcester 26-26.

Men's Division III:

Moving over to the Men's division III matchups, in the Empire New Jersey/Long Island division, North Jersey handed a sizable loss to Morris, 64-22.

In the Empire New York City division, New York defeated Old Maroon 43-0. Gotham handed a tough loss to Rockaway, 63-5.

Moving over to the Empire New York/Connecticut division, White Plains sizably defeated Fairfield 53-19. Danbury also won big, 90-10 against Saratoga.

In the lone Upstate matchup, Rochester bounced back from last week to beat the Genesee Creamers 48-19.

Last but not least the New England division, New London County hung on for a hard-fought victory against Springfield 26-24. The Charles River Rats defeated Upper Valley 82-17. Providence showed prominent on both sides of the ball against North Shore, leading to a 41-7 victory.