Week 4 MIAA Divisional rankings

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


Division 1


1. Everett (4-0)

2. Xaverian (3-1)

3. St. John's Prep (3-1)

4. Catholic Memorial (3-1)

5. Acton-Boxboro (4-0)

6. Needham (4-0)

7. Central Catholic (2-2)

8. BC High (2-2) 9. Brockton (2-1)

10. Methuen (3-1) — Tough not to look ahead to Central Catholic game in two weeks.


Division 2


1. North Andover (4-0)

2. Lincoln-Sudbury (3-1)

3. Mansfield (3-1)

4. King Philip (2-2)

5. Natick (2-2)

6. Braintree (3-1) — Offense will need to find its way again against Needham.

7. Reading (3-1) — Remember, only loss is to Acton-Boxboro.

8. Bridgewater-Raynham (1-2) — Should have the advantage this week against Dartmouth.

9. Barnstable (2-2) — Not every day you come home victorious after scoring three points.

10. Woburn (2-2) — Big showdown with Reading next.

Division 3

1. Duxbury (4-0)

2. Doherty (4-0)

3. Springfield Central (3-1)

4. Shrewsbury (4-0)

5. North Attleboro (3-1)

6. Hingham (3-0)

7. Tewksbury (3-1)

8. Danvers (4-0) — Defense has only allowed double digits in one game this season.

9. Billerica (2-1) — Tough loss to a good Dracut team.

10. St. John's (Shrewsbury) (2-2) — With this offense, the Pioneers are never out of a game.


Division 4


1. Dracut (3-0)

2. Nashoba (4-0)

3. Grafton (4-0)

4. Melrose (3-1) — Big challenge with Stoneham up next.

5. Marblehead (4-0) — Defense continues to play lights out.

6. Marlboro (3-1) — Not dropping this team for a close loss to Nashoba.

7. Wayland (3-1) — Has looked great since opening loss to Hopkinton.

8. Milton (3-1) — Starting to play like the team everyone expected to see in the preseason.

9. Gloucester (4-0) — Quietly taking care of business.

10. Burlington (3-1) — Nice bounce-back win over Watertown.

Division 5

1. Scituate (3-1) — Handed North Quincy its first loss decisively.

2. Dennis-Yarmouth (3-1) — Huge game with Falmouth next.

3. Falmouth (3-0) — No issues with Sandwich.

4. Holliston (3-0) — This team looks pretty complete right now.

5. Hanover (4-0) — Scituate will offer a huge challenge.

6. Swampscott (4-0) — Not an easy one with Lynn English next.

7. Canton (4-0) — No doubting the Bulldogs now.

8. Longmeadow (3-1) — Putting together a very solid season.

9. Northbridge (4-0) — Schedule gets much harder very soon.

10. Amesbury (3-1) — Has collected a solid trio of wins.


Division 6


1. Old Rochester (4-0) — Withstood its first challenge of the season in beating Dighton-Rehoboth.

2. Stoneham (4-0) — Could make a good argument for No. 1 here.

3. Medway (3-1) — Showed off grit to beat Dedham. 4. Dedham (3-1) — Norton game will not be easy.

5. Bishop Fenwick (3-1) — Now gets into the meat of the Catholic Central Large schedule.

6. Hamilton-Wenham (3-1) — Handed Amesbury its first loss.

7. Ashland (4-0) — Big-time win over Hopkinton. That's four wins by a total of 16 points

8. Ipswich (4-0) — Game with Amesbury could go either way.

9. Norwell (1-2) — Wild win over East Bridgewater.

10. Littleton (3-1) — Earned its second shutout in three weeks.


Division 7


1. Mashpee (4-0)

2. St. Mary's (3-1) — Is it too soon to look forward to the Mashpee game?

3. Cohasset (4-0) — Gets to take on the top team next.

4. Abington (3-1) — Green Wave never go down easy.

5. Wahconah (4-0) — Trip to East Longmeadow this week should be intriguing.

6. West Boylston (4-0) — Lunenburg should offer a nice test.

7. Oxford (4-0) — Still yet to be seriously challenged.

8. Nantucket (2-2) — Quality win over an always-tough West Bridgewater squad.

9. Case (4-0) — As if the South section needed any more top-level teams . . .

10. Blackstone Valley RVT (3-1) — Big win over Assabet Valley this weekend.

Division 8


1. Pope John XXIII (4-0) — Two big road tests next with Austin Prep and Pope John Paul II.

2. St. John Paul II (4-0) — Should take care of Lowell Catholic this week.

3. St. Bernard's (4-0) — Has not played a close game yet.

4. Lynn Tech (3-1) — Battled Northeast to the bitter end.

5. Boston English/New Mission (4-0) — Could very well enter the postseason unbeaten.

6. Lee (4-0) — Quality win over Mt. Greylock.

7. Lunenburg (4-0) — Toughest game of the season to date coming with West Boylston.

8. Coyle-Cassidy (3-1) — Two tough ones next with Bishop Stang and Bishop Feehan.

9. West Bridgewater (3-1) — No shame in losing to Nantucket.

10. Randolph (3-1) — Could make a little noise come playoff time.

27 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Best of New England camp recap

SPRINGFIELD — With nearly 600 athletes performing in front of 240 college coaches from every level, the Best of New England Camp at Springfield College was a smashing success. There were both testing

Local NFL Draft roundup

It was a strong NFL Draft for players who either played their high school or college ball in Massachusetts. Two players from Boston College were selected, while UMass had one, and a handful of others

Final Fall II statewide rankings

Before we get into it, a bit of an explanation. Ranking teams this season was exceedingly difficult, and why we did not put any out until now. The issue was the different number of games for many of t