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.

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