ITHMA Power Rankings (10/12/16)…

  1. Duxbury (5-0) – QB Bobby Maimaron and crew lit up Silver Lake 55-14 and remain undefeated and the top seed in D2 South. This week the Dragons face Quincy on Friday night. Next up: Quincy Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  2. BC High (4-0) – A dominating 59-6 win over Malden Catholic keeps the Eagles as the top ranked team in D1 South. This Saturday they travel to St. John’s Prep in one of the top match-ups of the week which features BC High Tackle Patrick Watson versus SJP DE/TE Declan Burt. Next up: At St. John’s Prep Saturday at 1:30 PM.
  3. Xaverian (5-0) – Trailed early on but settled in and came back to beat Brockton by a score of 28-7. This week they get Malden Catholic as Dartmouth bound G Jake Guidone and the Hawks try and chase down BC High and Newton North in a very competitive D1 South playoff race. Next up: At Malden Catholic Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  4. Billerica (5-0) – Took care of business beating North Andover 35-8 and remain undefeated. This week DE Scott Murphy and the Indians get baseball powerhouse 2-4 Groton-Dunstable. Next up: Groton-Dunstable Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  5. Dartmouth (5-0) – Went on the road and upset Bridgewater-Raynham in a low scoring 13-6 game as they remain in the undefeated club as well. LB Liam Caulfield and crew led the way with a smothering defense. Next up: Home on Friday night at 7:00 PM versus New Bedford.
  6. King Phillip (5-0) – Remain on top of the D1A South standings with a big 35-13 win over Franklin. They now travel to 3-2 Attleboro who have turned things around recently with back to back wins. Next up: At Attleboro Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  7. Bridgewater-Raynham (3-2) – Lost at home in a close one to a very good Dartmouth team so they slip a few spots in this week’s rankings. RB Shawn Noel, Jr. hopes to lead BR back to their winning ways this week versus Barnstable.Next up: At Barnstable Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  8. Falmouth (5-0) – Jumps a few spots as QB Nick Couhig and the Clippers ran over Dennis-Yarmouth by a score of 53-13 and stay on top of the D2A South standings. Next up: At home versus a good Scituate team Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  9. Lexington (5-0) – QB Sal Frelick, WR Spencer Kendall and Lexington hang on to win by a point as Liam Fitzpatrick and Winchester went for the win going for a two point conversion late in the fourth quarter. Gutsy call but Lexington prevailed 28-27. They travel to play the 0-5 Arlington Spy Ponders this week. Next up: At Arlington Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  10. Central Catholic (4-1) – Lost on the road to a very good Haverhill team by a score of 21-10. QB Brett Edwards hopes to turn things around for Central as they travel to Lowell this week. Next up: At Lowell Saturday night at 7:00 PM.
  11. St. John’s Shrewsbury (4-1) – Held on in a close 38-35 game against crosstown rival Shrewsbury. Keep an eye on DE Flynn McGilvray as St. John’s plays 5-0 Wachusett this Saturday. Next up: Home versus Wachusett Saturday at 1:00 PM.
  12. Haverhill (4-1) – Pull out a big 21-10 win over tenth ranked Central and move up in the rankings This week QB Broghean McGovern tries to keep up with QB EJ Perry and Andover in one of the best games of the week. Next up: Home versus Andover Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  13. Everett (3-2) – QB Jordan McAfee helped them beat Medford 49-0 as they try and stay near the top of the D2 North Standings. Next up: Home versus Somerville Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  14. Hanover (5-0) – Beat a high scoring Scituate team 42-34 last week with RB Brad Rogers leading the way. This week they travel to 3-2 Pembroke. Next up: At Pembroke Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  15. St. John’s Prep (3-2) – QB Mike Yarin and the Rockett brothers helped the Eagles pull out a big 28-21 win over Catholic Memorial but now have to face top ranked BC High and their defense led by DE Jeff Wolff and MLB TJ Rothmann. Next up: Home against BC High Saturday at 1:30 PM.
  16. Marblehead (5-0) – Beat a good Beverly team 39-7 as the Magicians and RB Jaason Lopez stay unbeaten. Next up: Versus Lynn Classical on Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  17. Newton North (4-1) – QB John Grady and WR Bryce Adam teamed up for four touchdowns as North rallied late to beat RB Jared Caruso and Braintree on the road 36-33 and maintain second place in the D1 South standings. Next up: Home versus Weymouth at 2:00 PM.
  18. Andover (3-2) – Dominant T Max Beati and Andover took care of business beating Methuen 48-13 and now go on the road to take on twelfth ranked Haverhill in a D1 North showdown. Next up: At Haverhill Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  19. Scituate (4-1) – Went on the road and lost to highly ranked Hanover in a 42-34 high scoring affair. Should be a shootout this week versus Falmouth as the Sailors look to stretch the field with 6’6″ and 240 pound TE Dylan Brady. Next up: At top ten ranked Falmouth Friday night at 7:00.
  20. Holliston (4-1) – QB Jack Barret helps them bounce back with a 51-32 win over Hopkinton. This week they travel to Norton. Next up: at Norton Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  21. Tewksbury (5-0) – Held on to beat Lawrence 20-18 and remain undefeated with QB Jay Connolly leading the way . This week they travel to Chelmsford. Next up: At Chelmsford Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  22. North Attleboro (4-1) – QB Chad Peterson continues to play well as they rolled over Sharon 41-0. Next up: At 1-4 Canton Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  23. Wellesley (5-0) – The Raiders hung on to beat Walpole in a defensive 10-7 game. Wellesley with a very positive future with their National Champion AYF eighth grade team becoming freshmen at the high school next season. Next up: At Norwood Saturday at 3:00 PM.
  24. Natick (4-1) – Behind junior running backs Malik Williams and Amir Mells, Natick rolled over Dedham on the road by a score of 28-6. This week they get always tough Walpole at home. Next up: Home versus Walpole Friday night at 7:00 PM.
  25. Catholic Memorial (2-3) – Lost a close one on the road to St. John’s Prep. They look to remain in the D1 South race when Harvard bound LB Jack McGowan leads their effort to try and shut down QB Jared Martino and the Malden Golden Tornadoes at home. Next up: At home versus Malden Friday night at 7:00 PM.

 

 

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