Week 7 MIAA top 25


1. Everett (7-0) — Division 1 North once again runs through here.

2. Xaverian (5-1) — Injuries make another South title run tougher.

3. Duxbury (7-0) — Dragons will be the clear leader in Div. 1 South.

4. St. John's Prep (6-1) — Very few teams are playing as well as the Prep right now.

5. North Andover (7-0) — Ran through a tough schedule with relative ease.

6. Acton-Boxboro (7-0) — Colonials have come a long way, but want more.

7. Lincoln-Sudbury (6-1) — Dominated a good Wayland team.

8. Catholic Memorial (5-2) — Intriguing first round game with Attleboro.

9. Doherty (7-0) — Has not really been challenged since Tantasqua in September.

10. Mansfield (6-1) — Top seed in a very difficult section.

11. Springfield Central (6-1) — Playing at an extremely high level.

12. Tewksbury (6-1) — Has answered the bell against a challenging schedule.

13. Central Catholic (5-2) — Good things lie ahead for this young team.

14. Falmouth (6-0) — Praise keeps rolling in for quarterback Kyle Connolly.

15. King Philip (5-2) — Div. 2 South is still the Warriors' until someone takes it from them.

16. Natick (5-2) — Redhawks rolling into the playoffs playing their best football.

17. Mashpee (7-0) — Never let up against a grueling slate.

18. St. John's (S) (5-2) — Marlboro game could actually be low-scoring.

19. Shrewsbury (6-1) — Home date with Nashoba will be solid take.

20. Reading (6-1) — Has put the struggles of last season behind it.

21. Marblehead (7-0) — One of those teams that is just playing outstanding right now.

22. Hingham (5-1) — Has put the Duxbury loss in the rear-view mirror.

23. Wachusett (5-2) — Not many teams around the state are as physically punishing.

24. Scituate (6-1) — Defense has not allowed double-digits since Duxbury loss in Week 2.

25. Holliston (6-0) — Near the top of a loaded Div. 5 South field.


First 15 out (in alphabetical order)

Abington (6-1), Franklin (5-2), Grafton (5-2), Lexington (5-2), Lynn English (6-1), Marlboro (5-2), Milton (5-2), Nashoba (6-1), Needham (5-2), North Attleboro (5-2), Old Rochester (7-0), Stoneham (7-0), Tantasqua (5-2), Walpole (5-2), Whitman-Hanson (5-2)

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