Week 3 MIAA Divisional rankings

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

Division 1


1. Everett (3-0)

2. Catholic Memorial (3-0)

3. Xaverian (2-1)

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

5. Needham (3-0)

6. Brockton (2-0)

7. Central Catholic (1-2)

8. Acton-Boxboro (3-0) — Piling up some quality wins.

9. Methuen (2-1) — Only loss by a hair to a good Tewksbury team.

10. BC High (1-2) — Fighting for its playoff life this week against Brockton.


Division 2


1. Lincoln-Sudbury (3-0)

2. North Andover (3-0)

3. Mansfield (2-1)

4. King Philip (2-1)

5. Braintree (3-0)

6. Natick (1-2)

7. Reading (2-1) — Earned a bit of revenge against Lexington.

8. Masconomet (2-1) — Has the chance to go on a bit of a run.

9. Bridgewater-Raynham (1-2) — Trojans really have New Bedford's number.

10. Barnstable (1-2) — Not quite ready to give up on this team quite yet.


Division 3

1. Duxbury (3-0)

2. Doherty (3-0)

3. Tewksbury (3-0)

4. Springfield Central (2-1)

5. Shrewsbury (3-0)

6. North Attleboro (2-1)

7. Hingham (2-0)

8. Billerica (2-0)

9. Danvers (3-0) — Falcons playing solid ball right now.

10. Whitman-Hanson (2-1) — Can't get too discouraged over loss to Hingham.


Division 4


1. Dracut (2-0)

2. Nashoba (3-0)

3. Grafton (3-0)

4. Hopkinton (2-1) — Turned the page after loss to Needham.

5. Melrose (2-1) — Nice win over a quality Watertown program.

6. Marblehead (3-0) — Could make the argument for a higher ranking here.

7. Marlboro (3-0) — Massive tilt with Nashoba next.

8. Wayland (2-1) — Only loss to a solid Hopkinton team.

9. Milton (2-1) — Has put the Belmont loss behind it.

10. Gloucester (3-0) — Classical game has a different feel to it now.


Division 5


1. Scituate (2-1) — North Quincy game should be a nice take.

2. Dennis-Yarmouth (2-1) — Dealing with some injuries, but winning.

3. Falmouth (2-0) — Nice start to Atlantic Coast League play in rout of Marshfield.

4. Holliston (2-0) — Line play looking very solid so far.

5. Hanover (3-0) — Hard not to look forward to Scituate game in two weeks.

6. Swampscott (3-0) — Big optimism around Big Blue right now.

7. Canton (3-0) — Bulldogs can turn a lot of doubters into believers if they beat Foxboro.

8. Longmeadow (2-1) — Has found a nice groove lately.

9. Northbridge (3-0) — Big win over a good Nipmuc team.

10. Foxboro (1-2) — Two losses to Hingham and King Philip nothing to be ashamed of.

Division 6


1. Old Rochester (3-0) — Still crushing teams.

2. Stoneham (3-0) — Really on a nice run right now.

3. Dedham (3-0) — Any one of these top three teams has a good argument for the top spot.

4. Bishop Fenwick (2-1) — Should be a heavy favorite against Arlington Catholic this week.

5. Hamilton-Wenham (2-1) — Amesbury should be a solid test.

6. Ashland (3-0) — Knowing how to win the close ones counts for a lot.

7. Ipswich (3-0) — Has looked impressive so far.

8. Norwell (0-2) — Hard to knock this team for losses to Abington and Scituate.

9. Littleton (2-1) — No issues since losing opener to West Boylston.

10. Medway (2-1) — Big one with Dedham up next.


Division 7


1. Mashpee (3-0)

2. St. Mary's (2-1) — Stepped up a few weight classes in loss to CM.

3. Cohasset (3-0) — Really rolling right now.

4. Abington (3-0) — Massive game with Mashpee next.

5. Wahconah (3-0) — Looking dominant so far.

6. West Boylston (3-0) — Feels like a special season unfolding.

7. Oxford (3-0) — Ditto.

8. Nantucket (1-2) — Finally got that first win on the board.

9. Assabet Valley (3-0) — Nice win over Millbury over the weekend.

10. Archbishop Williams (1-2) — Two losses to good Stoneham and North Quincy teams


Division 8


1. Pope John XXIII (3-0) — Certainly looks the part.

2. St. John Paul II (3-0) — Took care of Cathedral, as expected.

3. Lynn Tech (3-0) — Had a better fate than its hometown companions, St. Mary's, English, and Classical.

4. St. Bernard's (3-0) — Interesting showdown with Archbishop Williams next.

5. Hoosac Valley (1-1) — Battled Chicopee Comp to the bitter end.

6. Boston English/New Mission (3-0) — Making some noise in the city.

7. West Bridgewater (3-0) — As consistent as ever.

8. Mount Greylock (2-1) — Tough game with Lee up next.

9. Coyle-Cassidy (2-1) — Loss to Mashpee not a surprise.

10. Lee (3-0) — Looking pretty complete so far.

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