Week 10 MIAA Divisional rankings

For teams with no writeup, see MIAA statewide top 25.


Division 1


1. St. John's Prep (9-1)

2. Catholic Memorial (8-2)

3. Central Catholic (8-2)

4. Everett (9-1)

5. Xaverian (7-2)

6. Acton-Boxboro (9-1)

7. Franklin (7-3)

8. Methuen (7-3) — Another nice win over Reading

9. BC High (4-6) — Took down a good Needham team.

10. Brockton (5-4) — Chance to double last year's win total.

Division 2


1. North Andover (10-0)

2. King Philip (8-2)

3. Lincoln-Sudbury (8-2)

4. Mansfield (8-2)

5. Reading (7-3) — Will have a tough test with Stoneham on Thanksgiving.

6. Natick (6-4) — Ran into a strong Franklin team.

7. Braintree (6-4) — Defense has played well of late.

8. Barnstable (6-4) — Has tough Thanksgiving Day matchup with Falmouth.

9. Bridgewater-Raynham (3-6) — Edged out by Whitman-Hanson.

10. New Bedford (5-5) — Has looked good in the second half of the season.


Division 3


1. Duxbury (10-0)

2. Springfield Central (9-1)

3. Tewksbury (9-1)

4. St. John's (Shrewsbury) (7-3)

5. Hingham (7-2)

6. North Attleboro (7-3)

7. Wachusett (7-3) 8. Shrewsbury (7-3)

9. Doherty (8-2) — Split two tight contests with Wachusett.

10. Danvers (7-3) — Batted Tewksbury right to the end.


Division 4


1. Nashoba (9-1)

2. Gloucester (9-1)

3. Dighton-Rehoboth (8-2) — Can always count on this running game.

4. Milton (7-3) — Braintree game on T-Day will be a treat.

5. Marlboro (7-3) — Has posted some impressive wins this season.

6. Marblehead (8-2) — Will be right back in the mix next year. 7. Tantasqua (7-3) — No shame in losing to Nashoba.

8. Wayland (7-3) — Could not keep up with Gloucester.

9. Dracut (5-4) — Has to be proud of the season it has put together.

10. Grafton (6-4) — Tough loss to Marlboro.


Division 5


1. Scituate (9-1)

2. Swampscott (9-1)

3. Canton (8-2) — Offense never got going against Scituate.

4. Holliston (8-1) — Quality win over Falmouth.

5. Falmouth (7-2) — Game with Holliston could just have easily been a sectional final.

6. Nipmuc (9-1) — Comfortable winning the low-scoring battles.

7. Dennis-Yarmouth (6-4) — Gave Scituate its toughest game in the section.

8. Longmeadow (7-3) — Had to feel good taking down rival East Longmeadow. 9. Amesbury (8-2) — Still a quality season, regardless of Swampscott loss.

10. Northbridge (7-3) — Tough to beat the same team twice in one year.


Division 6


1. Old Rochester (10-0)

2. Stoneham (10-0)

3. Littleton (8-2) — Left no doubt against Blackstone Valley.

4. Ashland (8-2) — Old Rochester just too strong for the Clockers.

5. Hamilton-Wenham (7-3) — No one has come close to stopping Stoneham yet.

6. Dedham (7-3) — Dennis-Yarmouth a level above the Marauders this year.

7. Bishop Fenwick (8-2) — Can finish on a strong note against St. Mary's.

8. Norwell (5-4) — T-Day game with Hanover will be a nice take.

9. East Bridgewater (6-4) — Has been right with the top teams all year.

10. Medway (7-3) — May have had some hangover from Ashland loss.


Division 7


1. Cohasset (8-2) — Assumes the role of favorite now.

2. St. Mary's (7-3) — Kings of the North again.

3. Wahconah (9-1) — Has been on a tear lately.

4. Abington (8-2) — Could not take down Cohasset twice.

5. Mashpee (8-2) — Tough road without Devaun Ford.

6. Blackstone Valley RVT (9-1) — Impressive showing against Leicester.

7. Leicester (6-4) — Could not repeat success after West Boylston win.

8. West Boylston (9-1) — Rebounded well with win over Millbury.

9. Nantucket (6-4) — Could not overcome higher-division Nauset team.

10. South Hadley (7-3) — No shame in losing to Wahconah.

Division 8


1. Pope John XXIII (10-0) — Left no doubt against Boston English/New Mission.

2. St. Bernard's (9-1) — Was all over Lunenburg.

3. West Bridgewater (9-1) — Gets the Pope John challenge next.

4. Hoosac Valley (7-2) — Just slipped past Lee.

5. Coyle & Cassidy (7-3) — Could not make enough stops against West Bridgewater.

6. Lee (8-2) — Hung with Hoosac Valley the whole way.

7. St. John Paul II (6-4) — Nice shutout toward the end of the season.

8. Lunenburg (7-3) — Could not keep up with a terrific St. Bernard's team.

9. Boston English/New Mission (8-1) — Loss should not diminish great season.

10. Lynn Tech (6-4) — Never got going against Greater Lawrence.

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