MIAA Divisional rankings


Division 1


1. Everett (1-0)

2. Catholic Memorial (1-0)

3. Xaverian (0-1)

4. St. John's Prep (1-0)

5. Central Catholic (1-0)

6. Needham (1-0)

7. Brockton (1-0)

8. BC High (0-1)

9. Attleboro (1-0)

10. Acton-Boxboro (1-0)


Division 2


1. Lincoln-Sudbury (1-0)

2. Mansfield (1-0)

3. North Andover (1-0)

4. King Philip (0-1)

5. Barnstable (1-0)

6. Reading (1-0)

7. Natick (0-1)

8. Bridgewater-Raynham (0-1)

9. Braintree (1-0)

10. Peabody (1-0)


Division 3


1. Duxbury (1-0)

2. North Attleboro (1-0)

3. Doherty (1-0)

4. Shrewsbury (1-0)

5. St. John's (Shrewsbury) (0-1)

6. Tewksbury (1-0)

7. Lynn English (1-0)

8. Lynn Classical (1-0)

9. Hingham (1-0)

10. Whitman-Hanson (1-0)


Division 4


1. Dracut (1-0)

2. Nashoba (1-0)

3. Hopkinton (1-0)

4. Melrose (1-0)

5. Marblehead (1-0)

6. Marlboro (1-0)

7. North Reading (1-0)

8. Grafton (1-0)

9. Wayland (0-1)

10. Milton (0-1)


Division 5


1. Scituate (1-0)

2. Dennis-Yarmouth (0-1)

3. Falmouth (1-0)

4. Holliston (1-0)

5. Hanover (1-0)

6. Watertown (1-0)

7. Newburyport (1-0)

8. Foxboro (0-1)

9. West Springfield (1-0)

10. Canton (1-0)


Division 6


1. Old Rochester (1-0)

2. Stoneham (1-0)

3. Bishop Fenwick (1-0)

4. Dedham (1-0)

5. Norwell (0-1)

6. Cardinal Spellman (0-1)

7. Hamilton-Wenham (0-1)

8. Rockland (0-1)

9. Littleton (0-1)

10. Middleboro (1-0)


Division 7


1. Mashpee (1-0)

2. St. Mary's (1-0)

3. Cohasset (1-0)

4. Abington (1-0)

5. Wahconah (1-0)

6. West Boylston (1-0)

7. Oxford (1-0)

8. Nantucket (0-1)

9. Georgetown (1-0)

10. Southeastern (1-0)


Division 8


1. Pope John XXIII (1-0)

2. St. John Paul II (1-0)

3. Lynn Tech (1-0)

4. St. Bernard's (1-0)

5. Maynard (1-0)

6. Hoosac Valley (1-0)

7. Mount Greylock (0-1)

8. Old Colony (1-0)

9. Tech Boston (0-1)

10. Hull (1-0)

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