Week 10 MIAA top 25


1. St. John's Prep (9-1) — Another rematch awaits at Gillette Stadium.

2. North Andover (10-0) — Beating Lincoln-Sudbury not a shock, but the score was.

3. Duxbury (10-0) — Gets a seasoned Tewksbury team in the state semifinals.

4. Catholic Memorial (8-2) — Not bad for a first year with the Knights for coach John DiBiaso.

5. Central Catholic (7-3) — Only three losses to the top two teams.

6. Everett (9-1) — Mike Sainristil continues to show why he's on another level here..

7. Xaverian (7-2) — Tough loss, but still another excellent year on Clapboardtree Street.

8. King Philip (8-2) — No doubting this team.

9. Springfield Central (9-1) — Again, the class of Western Mass.

10. Mansfield (8-2) — Will for sure be back again next year.

11. Tewksbury (9-1) — Knows how to win the close ones.

12. Acton-Boxboro (8-2) — Colonials found themselves against an angry Everett team.

13. Lincoln-Sudbury (8-2) — Ran into the North Andover buzzsaw.

14. Scituate (9-1) — Defense should get more credit than it does.

15. St. John's (S) (7-3) — Steadily improving each week.

16. Nashoba (9-1) — Putting together a terrific season.

17. Old Rochester (10-0) — Toughness sticks out on both sides of the ball.

18. Stoneham (10-0) — Keeps playing at a sky-high level.

19. Gloucester (9-1) — Has been on a steady roll.

20. Hingham (7-2) — T-Day matchup with Scituate a great take.

21. North Attleboro (7-3) — Strong win over Walpole.

22. Franklin (7-3) — Has been one of the pleasant surprises of the season.

23. Wachusett (7-3) — Avenged Doherty loss in low-scoring affair.

24. Swampscott (9-1) — Part of a strong year for the Northeastern Conference.

25. Shrewsbury (7-3) — Hard to match points with St. John's (S).


First 15 out (in alphabetical order)

Canton (8-2), Cohasset (8-2), Danvers (7-3), Dighton-Rehoboth (8-2), Doherty (8-2), Falmouth (7-2), Holliston (8-1), Lynn Classical (7-3), Marblehead (8-2), Marlboro (7-3), Methuen (7-3), Milton (7-3), Reading (7-3), Tantasqua (7-3), Whitman-Hanson (7-3)

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