Week 2 MIAA Divisional rankings


For teams with no writeup, see Week 2 MIAA statewide top 25.


Division 1


1. Everett (2-0)

2. Catholic Memorial (2-0)

3. Xaverian (1-1)

4. St. John's Prep (2-0)

5. Needham (2-0)

6. Brockton (2-0)

7. Central Catholic (1-1)

8. BC High (1-1)

9. Attleboro (2-0) — Blue Bombardiers have been tough to move the ball against.

10. Acton-Boxboro (2-0) — Huge win over a good Reading team.

Division 2


1. Lincoln-Sudbury (2-0)

2. North Andover (2-0)

3. Mansfield (1-1)

4. King Philip (1-1)

5. Braintree (2-0)

6. Barnstable (1-1) — Should not be too disconcerted with loss to a good Braintree team.

7. Reading (1-1) — Still on track for a better 2018 than 2017.

8. Natick (0-2) — The best 0-2 team in the state?

9. Bridgewater-Raynham (0-2) — Trojans never shy away from tough competition.

10. Masconomet (1-1) — Rebounded from Danvers loss nicely.

Division 3


1. Duxbury (2-0)

2. Doherty (2-0)

3. Tewksbury (2-0)

4. Springfield Central (1-1)

5. Shrewsbury (2-0)

6. North Attleboro (1-1)

7. Lynn English (2-0)

8. Lynn Classical (2-0)

9. Hingham (1-0)

10. Whitman-Hanson (2-0) — Nice win without starting quarterback Ethan Phelps.

Division 4


1. Dracut (1-0)

2. Nashoba (2-0)

3. Hopkinton (1-1) — No shame in losing to Needham

4. Melrose (1-1) — Ran into the L-S buzzsaw.

5. Marblehead (2-0) — Tough game with Peabody up next.

6. Marlboro (2-0) — Has only allowed eight points in two games.

8. Grafton (2-0) — Seconds away from a huge upset of Shrewsbury.

9. Wayland (1-1) — Quality win over Lynnfield.

10. Milton (1-1) — Had no trouble with neighboring Quincy.

10. Gloucester (2-0) — Fishermen survived tough battle with Beverly.

Division 5


1. Scituate (1-1) — Was tough to keep out of the statewide top 25 after a good showing against Duxbury.

2. Dennis-Yarmouth (1-1) — Took care of Auburn with ease.

3. Falmouth (1-0) — Win over Bishop Feehan looks even better now.

4. Holliston (1-0) — Rival Westwood up next.

5. Hanover (2-0) — Two strong wins to start the season.

6. Swampscott (2-0) — The pole leader in the North for now.

7. Canton (2-0) — A lot of optimism around the Bulldogs, and for good reason.

8. Longmeadow (1-1) — Terrific win over West Springfield.

9. Nipmuc (2-0) — Game with Northbridge coming up will be telling. 10. Medfield (1-1) — Solid win over a tough Norton squad.


Division 6


1. Old Rochester (2-0) — Winning in dominating fashion.

2. Stoneham (2-0) — Terrific win over Arlington.

3. Dedham (2-0) — Marauders have to feel confident after beating Bishop Fenwick.

4. Bishop Fenwick (1-1) — No shame in losing to this Dedham team.

5. Hamilton-Wenham (1-1) — Big victory over North Reading.

6. Norwell (0-1) — Abington game should be very tough.

7. Ashland (2-0) — Clockers rolling early.

8. Ipswich (2-0) — Strong performance against Newburyport.

9. Littleton (1-1) — Righted the ship by dropping Hudson.

10. Millbury (2-0) — Another Central Mass. team to keep an eye on.


Division 7


1. Mashpee (2-0)

2. St. Mary's (2-0) — Spartans challenging themselves big time with Catholic Memorial next.

3. Cohasset (2-0) — Slipped by a good Nantucket squad.

4. Abington (2-0) — Green Wave look to have reloaded.

5. Wahconah (2-0) — Special season unfolding out in the Berkshires.

6. West Boylston (2-0) — Looks capable of playing with about anyone in the division.

7. Oxford (2-0) — The Niko Murray Show continues to dazzle onlookers.

8. Archbishop Williams (1-1) — Impressive win over Middleboro.

9. Nantucket (0-2) — Has only lost to the No. 1 and 3 teams on this list.

10. Brighton (2-0) — Bengals re-stocked the shelves fast.


Division 8


1. Pope John XXIII (2-0) — Two Boston City teams up, two Boston City teams down.

2. St. John Paul II (2-0) — Should stay hot with Cathedral up next.

3. Lynn Tech (2-0) — Found an easier time this week than the opener.

4. St. Bernard's (2-0) — Two very nice wins to start the year.

5. Maynard (2-0) — Zero points allowed through two weeks.

6. Hoosac Valley (1-0) — Chicopee Comp game this week will be interesting.

7. Mount Greylock (1-1) — Bounced back well in Week 2.

8. Old Colony (2-0) — Close games to start the season, but both wins.

9. Boston English/New Mission (2-0) — Looks to have a good thing going so far.

10. Coyle-Cassidy (2-0) — Has yet to allow a point.

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