Week 6 MIAA top 25


1. Everett (6-0) — In a perfect world, would be the top seed in Div. 1 North, but math may not work in its favor.

2. Xaverian (4-1) — Bye week with a chance for extra preparation for a reeling BC High team.

3. Duxbury (6-0) — Should head into the playoffs unbeaten.

4. St. John's Prep (5-1) — Did not leave any doubt against BC High Saturday.

5. North Andover (6-0) — Only one team has played this team within one score (Central Catholic).

6. Acton-Boxboro (6-0) — This passing game should be tough for anyone in the postseason.

7. Lincoln-Sudbury (5-1) — Wayland will be Warriors' toughest opponent since A-B.

8. Catholic Memorial (4-2) — Escaped from Billerica — a tough place to play — with the 'W.'

9. Doherty (6-0) — The best way to keep this offense from scoring is to keep the ball out of its hands, because the Highlanders have weapons everywhere.

10. Mansfield (5-1) — Aidan Sacco proving to be much more than a third-string fill-in at quarterback.

11. Springfield Central (5-1) — Longmeadow next up in WMass teams to take a shot at the Golden Eagles.

12. Nashoba (6-0) — Trip to Wachusett will be one of the best takes of the weekend.

13. Tewksbury (5-1) — Has rebounded nicely since the loss to North Andover.

14. Central Catholic (4-2) — Win over Methuen one of the more impressive of the weekend.

15. Falmouth (5-0) — Has been on a steady roll for a while now.

16. Milton (5-1) — To everyone's surprise, the Wildcats did it with defense, too, in beating Needham.

17. Needham (5-1) — This team can still make noise in the Div. 1 South playoffs.

18. King Philip (4-2) — Warriors will enter Div. 2 South playoffs without the mantle as odds-on favorite.

19. Brockton (3-2) — Boxers starting to get healthy at the right time.

20. Natick (4-2) — Have to like this team's chances to make a nice playoff run.

21. Mashpee (6-0) — Travels to a wounded St. Mary's next.

22. St. John's (S) (4-2) — Fought off a game challenge from Shepherd Hill.

23. Shrewsbury (5-1) — Final two against Westboro and Nashoba should both be worth the price of admission.

24. Reading (5-1) — Defense has allowed just 10 points in the last two games.

25. Marblehead (6-0) — Statement win against Gloucester.


First 15 out (in alphabetical order)

Ashland (6-0), Attleboro (4-2), BC High (2-4), Canton (6-0), Grafton (4-2), Hingham (4-1), Holliston (5-0), Lynn English (5-1), Marlboro (4-2), North Attleboro (4-2), Old Rochester (6-0), Scituate (5-1), Stoneham (6-0), Tantasqua (4-2), Wachusett (4-2)

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