Week 8 MIAA top 25


1. Everett (8-0) — Gets a hot Central Catholic team next.

2. Xaverian (6-1) — Defense has been putting on a clinic lately.

3. Duxbury (8-0) — Playoff rivalry with North Attleboro an annual occurrence.

4. St. John's Prep (7-1) — Defense will be challenged by Acton-Boxboro.

5. North Andover (8-0) — Going for second win over Woburn this season.

6. Acton-Boxboro (8-0) — As Methuen learned, this team does not go down easy.

7. Lincoln-Sudbury (7-1) — Reading will be toughest test since A-B loss.

8. Catholic Memorial (6-2) — Expect a lot of points to be scored in Needham game.

9. Doherty (8-0) — The Division 3 Central bracket is a loaded one.

10. Mansfield (7-1) — Took Bridgewater-Raynham's best shot and survived.

11. Springfield Central (7-1) — Golden Eagles have been soaring high for a while now.

12. Tewksbury (7-1) — Takes on a Beverly team next that impressed over the weekend.

13. Central Catholic (6-2) — Left no doubt Friday night.

14. Falmouth (7-0) — Will have one of the best matchups of the weekend against Canton.

15. King Philip (6-2) — This team's defense never disappoints.

16. Natick (6-2) — Game with King Philip may be the best of the weekend.

17. Mashpee (8-0) — Round of rematches on tap in the Division 7 South bracket.

18. Reading (7-1) — Game with L-S promises to be a physical battle.

19. Hingham (6-1) — Must be ready to defend Walpole's diverse passing attack.

20. Wachusett (6-2) — Gets another shot at St. John's of Shrewsbury.

21. Scituate (7-1) — Classic finish to take down Dennis-Yarmouth.

22. Holliston (7-0) — Biggest challenge of the season coming with Scituate.

23. North Attleboro (6-2) — Red Rocketeers just know how to win the close games.

24. Walpole (6-2) — Will not have the size advantage against Hingham.

25. Dracut (4-3) — Tough schedule prepared Middies for Marblehead.


First 15 out (in alphabetical order)

Abington (7-1), Barnstable (6-2), Canton (7-1), Franklin (6-2), Grafton (6-2), Lynn English (7-1), Marlboro (6-2), Milton (6-2), Nashoba (7-1), Needham (6-2), Old Rochester (8-0), St. John's (S) (5-3), Shrewsbury (6-2), Stoneham (8-0), Tantasqua (6-2)

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