Final MIAA Divisional rankings


Division 1


1. St. John's Prep (10-2)

2. Everett (10-1)

3. Xaverian (8-2)

4. Central Catholic (8-3)

5. Catholic Memorial (9-3)

6. Acton-Boxboro (9-2)

7. Franklin (7-4)

8. Methuen (8-3)

9. BC High (4-7)

10. Brockton (6-4)

Division 2


1. North Andover (12-0)

2. King Philip (9-3)

3. Lincoln-Sudbury (9-2)

4. Mansfield (8-3)

5. Reading (8-3)

6. Natick (6-5)

7. Braintree (7-4)

8. Barnstable (6-5)

9. Bridgewater-Raynham (3-7)

10. New Bedford (6-5)


Division 3


1. Springfield Central (11-1)

2. Tewksbury (11-2)

3. Duxbury (11-1)

4. North Attleboro (8-3)

5. Hingham (7-3)

6. St. John's (Shrewsbury) (8-4)

7. Wachusett (8-3)

8. Doherty (9-2)

9. Danvers (8-3)

10. Whitman-Hanson (8-3)

Division 4


1. Nashoba (11-1)

2. Marlboro (8-3)

3. Marblehead (9-2)

4. Gloucester (9-3)

5. Wayland (8-3)

6. Dighton-Rehoboth (9-3)

7. Milton (7-4)

8. Tantasqua (7-4)

9. Dracut (5-5)

10. Grafton (7-4)

Division 5


1. Scituate (12-1)

2. Canton (8-3)

3. Holliston (9-1)

4. Falmouth (8-2)

5. Nipmuc (10-2)

6. Dennis-Yarmouth (6-5)

7. Swampscott (9-3)

8. East Longmeadow (8-3)

9. Longmeadow (7-5)

10. Foxboro (5-6)


Division 6


1. Stoneham (12-1)

2. Old Rochester (11-1)

3. Littleton (9-3)

4. Ashland (8-3)

5. Dedham (8-3)

6. Bishop Fenwick (9-2)

7. Medway (8-3)

8. Hamilton-Wenham (7-4)

9. Northeast Regional (9-3)

10. Maynard (8-3)

Division 7


1. Blackstone Valley RVT (10-1)

2. St. Mary's (8-5)

3. Cohasset (9-3)

4. Abington (8-3)

5. Mashpee (9-2)

6. Wahconah (9-2)

7. Leicester (7-4)

8. West Boylston (10-1)

9. Nantucket (7-4)

10. South Hadley (8-3)


Division 8


1. St. Bernard's (12-1)

2. Pope John XXIII (12-1)

3. West Bridgewater (10-2)

4. Hoosac Valley (7-3)

5. Coyle & Cassidy (7-4)

6. Lee (8-2)

7. St. John Paul II (7-4)

8. Lunenburg (8-3)

9. Boston English/New Mission (8-2)

10. Lynn Tech (7-4)

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