Week 12 MIAA Divisional rankings


Teams with no write-ups have them in the MIAA top 25.


Division 1


1. St. John's Prep (9-2)

2. Catholic Memorial (9-2)

3. Everett (10-1)

4. Xaverian (8-2)

5. Central Catholic (8-3)

6. Acton-Boxboro (9-2)

7. Franklin (7-4)

8. Methuen (8-3)

9. BC High (4-7) — A losing record, but against a brutal schedule, and plenty to get excited about for 2019.

10. Brockton (6-4) — Closed the season strong with a chance to continue it into 2019.


Division 2


1. North Andover (11-0)

2. King Philip (9-2)

3. Lincoln-Sudbury (9-2)

4. Mansfield (8-3)

5. Reading (8-3)

6. Natick (6-5) — Tough loss to Framingham, but huge potential in 2019.

7. Braintree (7-4) — Tremendous senior class went out on a high note.

8. Barnstable (6-5) — Will miss some impact seniors, but enough returns to see another step forward in 2019.

9. Bridgewater-Raynham (3-7) — The quarterback room is stacked for the future here.

10. New Bedford (6-5) — Strong year for the Big Three champs.

Division 3


1. Springfield Central (10-1)

2. Tewksbury (11-1)

3. Duxbury (11-1)

4. North Attleboro (8-3)

5. Hingham (7-3)

6. St. John's (Shrewsbury) (8-4)

7. Wachusett (8-3)

8. Doherty (9-2)

9. Danvers (8-3) — Falcons again proved to be as consistent as ever.

10. Whitman-Hanson (8-3) — Panthers earned an impressive win over Abington on Thanksgiving.


Division 4


1. Nashoba (10-1)

2. Dighton-Rehoboth (9-2) — Team has flown under the radar all year.

3. Gloucester (9-3) — No shame in losing to Danvers.

4. Marlboro (8-3) — That win over St. John's (S) one of the tops on this resume.

5. Marblehead (9-2) — Would love to be at Gillette this week, but still set up well for 2019.

6. Wayland (8-3) — Wellington Pereira and Co. made for a terrific senior class.

7. Milton (7-4) — Had some quality wins this year, including that thriller over Needham.

8. Tantasqua (7-4) — With Ryan Sears coming back, watch out for this team next year.

9. Dracut (5-5) — Can still hang its hat on that win over Marblehead.

10. Grafton (7-4) — Always will be a factor, and next year will be no different.


Division 5


1. Scituate (11-1)

2. Canton (8-3) — Despite loss on Thanksgiving, this team had a great year and has a bright future.

3. Holliston (9-1) — Like a lot of teams in Div. 5 South, a lot coming back here.

4. Falmouth (8-2) — Happy to have quarterback Kyle Connolly coming back.

5. Nipmuc (10-1) — Will have a tough task ahead with Scituate.

6. Dennis-Yarmouth (6-5) — Lost to an up-and-coming Nauset team.

7. Swampscott (9-3) — Not going to drop for losing to Marblehead.

8. East Longmeadow (8-3) — Great revenge win over Longmeadow to cap season.

9. Longmeadow (7-5) — Lancers put up some big wins this year.

10. Foxboro (5-6) — Forget the losing record. Check the schedule, and add in a win over Mansfield, and the Warriors belong.

Division 6


1. Old Rochester (11-0)

2. Stoneham (11-1)

3. Littleton (9-3) — Win over Ayer Shirley/Bromfield sends team out on a right note.

4. Ashland (8-3) — Hopkinton earned a measure of revenge on the Clockers.

5. Dedham (8-3) — Marauders take down Norwood in the "Bay State-to-Tri-Valley" showdown.

6. Bishop Fenwick (9-2) — Terrific year for the Crusaders.

7. Medway (8-3) — Took care of Millis to finish things off.

8. Hamilton-Wenham (7-4) — Has some very strong wins on the resume.

9. Northeast Regional (9-3) — Still has Voke championship to look forward to.

10. Maynard (8-3) — Win over Littleton highlighted strong season.


Division 7


1. St. Mary's (8-4) — Will be ready for next weekend.

2. Cohasset (9-3) — Memorable wins over Mashpee and Abington highlight the year.

3. Abington (8-3) — Brings back quite a bit next year.

4. Mashpee (9-2) — Another senior class that accomplished a ton.

5. Blackstone Valley RVT (10-1) — Will shoot right to the top if it beats St. Mary's.

6. Wahconah (9-2) — Some huge wins along the way, but fell short against Blackstone Valley.

7. Leicester (7-4) — Win over West Boylston will be remembered as the big one from this season.

8. West Boylston (10-1) — A terrific year by any standard.

9. Nantucket (7-4) — Only brighter days ahead with its outstanding skill coming back.

10. South Hadley (8-3) — Another strong season from a consistent program.

Division 8


1. Pope John XXIII (12-0) — Looking to go wire-to-wire No. 1.

2. St. Bernard's (11-1) — Game with Pope John will be one of the best of the weekend.

3. West Bridgewater (10-2) — No surprise that this program continues to churn out winning seasons.

4. Hoosac Valley (7-3) — Will be back again next year for sure.

5. Coyle & Cassidy (7-4) — Not going to drop for losing to Division 1 Taunton.

6. Lee (8-2) — Made strong headway this season.

7. St. John Paul II (7-4) — Will be back with what looks to be another strong 2019.

8. Lunenburg (8-3) — Early win over Oakmont remains one of the best of the year for this team.

9. Boston English/New Mission (8-2) — Fell short in one of the state's great rivalries.

10. Lynn Tech (7-4) — Has established itself as a power in the division.

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