MIAA divisional top 10s


Division 1


1. Everett (See 40 teams in 40 days)

2. Xaverian (See 40 teams in 40 days)

3. Catholic Memorial (See 40 teams in 40 days)

4. St. John's Prep (See 40 teams in 40 days)

5. BC High (See 40 teams in 40 days)

6. Central Catholic (See 40 teams in 40 days)

7. Lowell (See 40 teams in 40 days)

8. Haverhill (See 40 teams in 40 days)

9. Needham (See 40 teams in 40 days)

10. Brockton (See 40 teams in 40 days)


Division 2


1. King Philip (See 40 teams in 40 days)

2. Lincoln-Sudbury (See 40 teams in 40 days)

3. Mansfield (See 40 teams in 40 days)

4. North Andover (See 40 teams in 40 days)

5. Bridgewater-Raynham (See 40 teams in 40 days)

6. Natick (See 40 teams in 40 days)

7. Barnstable — Quarterback Matt Petercuskie should have another big year.

8. Braintree — Billy Siliva and Matt Doyle never come off the field for a reason.

9. Masconomet — Has played Everett relatively tough the past two seasons.

10. Reading — Ravaged by injuries last year and should rebound.


Division 3


1. St. John's (S) (See 40 teams in 40 days)

2. Doherty (See 40 teams in 40 days)

3. Springfield Central (See 40 teams in 40 days)

4. North Attleboro (See 40 teams in 40 days)

5. Duxbury (See 40 teams in 40 days)

6. Tewksbury (See 40 teams in 40 days)

7. Lynn English (See 40 teams in 40 days)

8. Lynn Classical (See 40 teams in 40 days)

9. Hingham (See 40 teams in 40 days)

10. Shrewsbury (See 40 teams in 40 days)


Division 4


1. Dracut (See 40 teams in 40 days)

2. Milton (See 40 teams in 40 days)

3. Nashoba (See 40 teams in 40 days)

4. Marblehead (See 40 teams in 40 days)

5. Hopkinton (See 40 teams in 40 days)

6. Wayland — Just missed out on some 50-50 games last season.

7. Westboro — Zachary Walker leads what should be a tough defense.

8. Wilmington — Another program that is making waves again.

9. Marlboro — Ground-churning offense always gives opponents fits.

10. Melrose — Offense lost a lot, but Peter Lewis leads a solid interior DL group.


Division 5


1. Dennis-Yarmouth (See 40 teams in 40 days)

2. Scituate (See 40 teams in 40 days)

3. Falmouth (See 40 teams in 40 days)

4. Holliston — Coach Todd Kiley loves what he has up front.

5. Foxboro — Keep an eye on quarterback Liam Foley for this consistent winner.

6. Medfield — Program hit hard by transfers again, but still on solid ground.

7. Watertown — Will continue to do more with less.

8. Oakmont — Running back Justin Jameson leads an intriguing group.

9. West Springfield — Better than it showed last December at Gillette.

10. Norton — Size everywhere with a chance to do something with it.


Division 6


1. Old Rochester — Seven returning starters on both sides of the ball.

2. Littleton — The players aren't so "Little."

3. Bishop Fenwick — Bounce-back year in the cards.

4. Stoneham — Christos Argyropoulos can do a bit of everything.

5. Hamilton-Wenham — Passing game in the sure hands on QB Billy Whelan.

6. Cardinal Spellman — Andrew Force is just that on the interior line.

7. Norwell — New coach Mark Killinger steps into a good situation.

8. St. Peter Marian — Could very well slide into the top spot in Central Mass.

9. Dedham — Lines need replenishing, but the skills are where they need to be.

10. East Bridgewater — Vikings always in the running.


Division 7


1. Mashpee — (See 40 teams in 40 days)

2. Abington — Hard to argue with this program's pedigree.

3. Cohasset — Ditto.

4. Nantucket — Torane Burton and Devonte Usher bring speed for days.

5. Wahconah — Thomas Burris is a circus-catch machine.

6. St. Mary's (L) — Lost a bunch, but will be strong up front again.

7. Oxford — Niko Murray might be the best running back in the state.

8. Blackstone Valley — Won't sneak up on anybody this year.

9. Case — Brings back quite a bit and Chris Costa at receiver is a baller.

10. Greater Lawrence — Experience all over the place.


Division 8


1. Pope John XXIII — Ajan Nelson should have a huge year at linebacker.

2. St. John Paul II — Cape Cod's Div. 8 destroyers.

3. Lynn Tech — Secondary rivals any in the state, regardless of division.

4. St. Bernard's — Quarterback Dazeen Figueroa one to keep an eye on.

5. Wareham — Has some reloading to do, but a strong junior class.

6. Maynard — John Sforza looks to build on breakout freshman campaign.

7. Mt. Greylock — Brings back a ton.

8. Millis — One of the best linemen in the state, Murrell Quashie, returns.

9. Hoosac Valley — Won't be what it was last year, but won't fall off a cliff.

10. West Bridgewater — Always one of the top lower-division programs.

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