Week 4 MIAA top 25


1. Everett (4-0) — No surprises in its win over Lawrence.

2. Xaverian (3-1) — In different ways, the last two weeks have shown massive growth for this team.

3. Duxbury (4-0) — Hingham game will be last major test of the regular season.

4. St. John's Prep (3-1) — Gets an angry Catholic Memorial team next.

5. North Andover (4-0) — Could make an argument for a spot or two higher.

6. Catholic Memorial (3-1) — One has to think the Knights will get another shot at X.

7. Acton-Boxboro (4-0) — This weekend's trip to Dracut suddenly a huge game.

8. Lincoln-Sudbury (3-1) — Even in defeat, Warriors showed mettle in comeback.

9. Doherty (4-0) — Will be interesting how the Highlanders deal with Leominster.

10. Needham (4-0) — Very interesting three-week stretch to end the regular season of Braintree, Milton and Walpole.

11. Mansfield (3-1) — Earned every bit of that win over King Philip.

12. Springfield Central (3-1) — Has been cruising since opening loss to L-S.

13. Shrewsbury (4-0) — Colonials showed they can win even with an injured Drew Campanale.

14. North Attleboro (3-1) — Foxboro, Stoughton and Canton run to end regular season makes for a tough stretch.

15. Dracut (3-0) — We did not get everything right in the preseason, but ranking the Middies early was a wise move.

16. Hingham (3-0) — Heavyweight bout upcoming with Duxbury.

17. Nashoba (4-0) — Passed a huge test by beating Marlboro.

18. Tewksbury (3-1) — No shame in losing to North Andover.

19. King Philip (2-2) — This team has a ton of fight in it.

20. Central Catholic (2-2) — Next up a Lowell team that is much tougher than its 1-3 record indicates.

21. BC High (2-2) — Eagles got the win they had to have.

22. Brockton (2-1) — Boxers' struggles with the Catholic Conference continue.

23. Mashpee (4-0) — Beating Abington in the Green Wave's house no easy task.

24. Natick (2-2) — Would be surprised to see any more losses in the regular season.

25. Grafton (3-1) — Continues to look impressive.


First 15 out (in alphabetical order)

Billerica (2-1), Braintree (3-1), Danvers (4-0), Dennis-Yarmouth (3-1), Falmouth (3-0), Holliston (3-0), Melrose (3-1), Marblehead (4-0), Marlboro (3-1), Methuen (3-1), Old Rochester (4-0), St. John's (Shrewsbury) (2-2), Scituate (3-1), Stoneham (4-0), Wachusett (2-2)

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