MIAA Top 25 Basketball Poll – Week 7 (1/30/17)…

  1. Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School: (12-0) – The Falcons stay perfect on the season and will be a tough team to beat.
  2. Boston College High School: (14-0) – Carl Pierre has played very well leading the Eagles to an unblemished record so far this season. 
  3. Franklin High School: (11-2) – The Panthers are looking strong behind Conor Peterson, Matt Elias and Josh Macchi.
  4. Everett High School: (10-1) – The Tide took care of Somerville in relatively easy fashion with Isaiah Likely and Gerrell Boyce both playing well.
  5. Needham High School: (13-1) – Thomas Shaughnessy and Brendan Smith led the Rockets in a close win against Framingham.
  6. Newton North High School: (11-2) – Noah Neville and Chris Matthews will be key players with Ethan Wright sidelined for a couple of weeks.
  7. Mansfield High School: (12-2) Sam Goldberg, Christian Weber and Tyler Boulter led Mansfield in their big win over Bridgewater-Raynham.
  8. New Mission High School: (8-3) – Twins Charles and Charlie Mitchell combined for 41 points for the Titans but it wasn’t enough as they lost to St. John’s Prep 67-64.
  9. Central Catholic High School: (12-1) – Colin Bradenese and Victor Mwuarah led the Raiders in their 55-42 victory over Lowell.
  10. St. John’s Preparatory School: (10-3) Tommy O’Neill had 19 points and 14 rebounds and Nate Hobbs had 13 points in their big win over New Mission.
  11. St. John’s Shrewsbury: (11-2) – A team playing very well at the right time of the season and are led by Alex Bradley, Tyler Mola and Sean Burke.
  12. Catholic Memorial High School: (8-4) – Coming off yesterday’s loss to O’Bryant the Knights will look to rebound this week at home against St. John’s Prep.
  13. Marlboro High School: (10-3) – Chris Doherty had 22 points and Owen Cappadona had 10 points in a 58-54 loss to a very good Westborough team.
  14. Brighton High School: (9-4) – Despite the loss to an athletic Duxbury team Brighton had an overall good week with two wins and Mykel Derring is playing very well.
  15. Lowell High School: (10-2) – A loss to Central Catholic will not derail the season as Alex Rivera and Lowell will look to rebound this week.
  16. Malden Catholic High School: (8-5) – Michael Boyd and the Lancers can get right back in the thick of things if they string a few wins together.
  17. Methuen High School: (10-3)- Kevin Fernandez is playing well and helped his team rebound from the prior week.
  18. Nashoba Regional High School: (11-1) – Behind Nate Mansour, Andrew Fish and Justin Pierce the Chieftains improved to 11-1
  19. Falmouth High School: (9-2) All State quarterback Nick Couhig helped lead the Clippers in their big home win over Charlie Campbell and Nauset.
  20. Lynn Classical: (12-2) Following their win over Everett senior Gilbert Minaya helped to continue their winning ways in a 68-65 win over Beverly.
  21. O’ Bryant High School –(11-3) Knocked off Catholic Memorial in an impressive fashion behind strong play from Kobe Smith.
  22. Springfield Central High School: (10-1) – A close 70-63 loss to Hillhouse – New Haven which is the top ranked basketball team in Connecticut.
  23. Jeremiah E. Burke High School: (9-5) Levar Williams and company are back into the rankings after a strong week.
  24. Bridgewater Raynham High School: (10-3) A tough 52-45 loss to Mansfield showed BR is a team to watch in the Division 1 South playoffs.
  25. Boston Cathedral High School: (10-5) Chauncee Cheek is putting Cathedral on his back and making a case for Player of the Year honors.

 

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