Sept. 10 MIAA Top 25

Updated: Sep 11, 2019


1. Catholic Memorial (1-0) — Pretty sure 42 points in the first half is a good way to start the season.

2. Springfield Central (1-0) — Putting a running clock on Everett is also a good way start to the season.

3. St. John's (S) (0-0) — Idle.

4. Central Catholic (0-0) — Idle.

5. St. John's Prep (1-0) — Locked down Bridgewater-Raynham and may be a little underrated here.

6. Mansfield (1-0) — Looked great against BC High, but La Salle (Cincinnati) may be a different animal on Friday.

7. Everett (0-1) — Don't remember the last time the Crimson Tide took a loss like that.

8. King Philip (1-0) — Put the clamps on North Attleboro when needed.

9. Barnstable (1-0) — The hype around this team looks real.

10. Xaverian (0-1) — Game with Everett will be the best 0-1 vs. 0-1 game in the state.

11. Tewksbury (0-0) — Idle.

12. Franklin (1-0) — The Panthers may be even better than last year.

13. Wachusett (0-0) — Idle.

14. Natick (1-0) — Took care of Needham quite easily.

15. Brockton (1-0) — Defense looks ahead of schedule, and running back Ahmik Watterson is special.

16. Duxbury (0-1) — Dragons will still win a lot of games this year.

17. Lynn English (0-0) — Idle.

18. Shrewsbury (0-0) — Idle.

19. Doherty (0-0) — Idle.

20. North Andover (0-0) — Idle.

21. BC High (0-1) — A lot to fix during this bye week.

22. North Attleboro (0-1) — Red Rocketeers hit the brick wall known as the KP defense Friday night.

23. Holliston (0-0) — Idle.

24. Scituate (1-0) — Has picked up right where it left off.

25. Canton (1-0) — Bulldogs off to a strong start.


First 15 out (in alphabetical order): Amherst (0-0); Attleboro (0-0); Beverly (1-0); Billerica (0-0); Bishop Fenwick (1-0); Bridgewater-Raynham (0-1); Danvers (1-0); Dennis-Yarmouth (0-0); Hingham (1-0); Leominster (0-0); Marblehead (0-0); Methuen (0-0); Milford (0-1); Nashoba (0-0); Reading (0-0).

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