Week 6 MIAA Divisional rankings

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


Division 1


1. Everett (6-0)

2. Xaverian (4-1)

3. St. John's Prep (5-1)

4. Acton-Boxboro (6-0)

5. Catholic Memorial (4-2)

6. Central Catholic (4-2)

7. Needham (5-1)

8. Brockton (3-2)

9. Attleboro (4-2) — Just missed out on a huge jump with the near-miss loss to Mansfield.

10. BC High (2-4) — Has played just a brutal schedule.


Division 2


1. North Andover (6-0)

2. Lincoln-Sudbury (5-1)

3. Mansfield (5-1)

4. King Philip (4-2)

5. Natick (4-2)

6. Reading (5-1)

7. Braintree (3-3) — Fallen on hard times, but stays here based on its big win over Barnstable.

8. Barnstable (4-2) — What a job Ross Jaktola has done in his first year here.

9. Wellesley (4-2) — Just two one-score losses to Natick and Walpole. 10. Bridgewater-Raynham (2-3) — Gets a shot at St. John's Prep next.


Division 3


1. Duxbury (6-0)

2. Doherty (6-0)

3. Springfield Central (5-1)

4. Tewksbury (5-1)

5. St. John's (Shrewsbury) (4-2)

6. Shrewsbury (5-1)

7. Hingham (4-1) — Harbormen were hard to keep out of the top 25.

8. Wachusett (4-2) — Two losses by a combined total of 14 points. 9. Lynn English (5-1) — Has scored at least 27 points in every game this season.

10. North Attleboro (4-2) — Has struggled with the teams on its schedule that have superior size.


Division 4

1. Nashoba (6-0)

2. Milton (5-1)

3. Marblehead (6-0)

4. Tantasqua (4-2) — Tough game with an unbeaten Northbridge team next.

5. Grafton (4-2) — Had no trouble with Uxbridge this weekend.

6. Marlboro (4-2) — Pitched third shutout of the season over the weekend.

7. Dracut (3-2) — Doesn't get any easier this week with Tewksbury next.

8. Gloucester (5-1) — Ran into a Marblehead team clicking on all cylinders.

9. Hopkinton (3-3) — Got back on the winning track against Medfield.

10. Wayland (5-1) — Biggest challenge of the season next in Lincoln-Sudbury.


Division 5


1. Falmouth (5-0)

2. Scituate (5-1) — Balance everywhere with this team.

3. Holliston (5-0) — Complete team right now.

4. Canton (6-0) — Massive showdown with North Attleboro next.

5. Northbridge (6-0) — Nothing but challenging opponents the rest of the way.

6. Hanover (4-2) — Couldn't get it going against Scituate.

7. Amesbury (5-1) — Things came a little easier this past weekend than the previous one.

8. East Longmeadow (5-1) — The Wing-T is not dead in Western Mass.

9. Nipmuc (5-1) — Defense has allowed double-digits just once.

10. Swampscott (5-1) — Nice rebound win over Revere.


Division 6


1. Old Rochester (6-0) — Game with Case should be a nice matchup.

2. Stoneham (6-0) — Rolling right along.

3. Ashland (6-0) — Holliston game will be a major tilt.

4. Medway (5-1) — No doubt would love to get another shot against the team above it.

5. Dedham (5-1) — Ditto.

6. Bishop Fenwick (5-1) — Ditto 2.0.

7. Hamilton-Wenham (4-2) — No problems with Manchester Essex/Rockport.

8. Ipswich (5-1) — Slipped past Lynnfield.

9. Littleton (5-1) — Big challenge at Maynard this week.

10. Norwell (2-3) — Tough loss to Rockland, but its two wins over Hamilton-Wenham and East Bridgewater keep the Clippers here.


Division 7


1. Mashpee (6-0)

2. Abington (5-1) — Green Wave have been a consistent force.

3. Cohasset (5-1) — Will have a shot at the No. 2 team here this weekend.

4. West Boylston (6-0) — Has been very impressive so far.

5. Oxford (6-0) — Another game, another rout.

6. St. Mary's (4-2) — Loss to Archies a surprise, but has to recover quick with Mashpee next.

7. Wahconah (5-1) — Got back on track in a big way by crushing Northampton.

8. Nantucket (4-2) — Intriguing game with Southeastern next.

9. Case (6-0) — Old Rochester will be toughest game of the regular season.

10. Blackstone Valley RVT (5-1) — Five straight wins now.

Division 8


1. Pope John XXIII (6-0) — Big-time win over St. John Paul II.

2. St. John Paul II (5-1) — Not going to drop this team for losing to the No. 1 squad.

3. Coyle-Cassidy (4-2) — Not able to pull the upset on Bishop Feehan.

4. Boston English/New Mission (5-0) — Bye before game with Charlestown.

5. St. Bernard's (5-1) — Bounced back in a big way.

6. Lee (6-0) — Decent test against Amherst next.

7. Lynn Tech (4-2) — Rolled past Georgetown.

8. Lunenburg (5-1) — Game with Littleton in two weeks will be a tough one.

9. West Bridgewater (5-1) — Took care of business against Monomoy.

10. Hoosac Valley (3-2) — Has allowed just six points combined in the last two weeks.

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