ISL Football Rankings – Week 5 (10/16/17)….

Half of the 2017 ISL football schedule is in the books and Lawrence Academy remains at the top of the standings with a perfect 4-0 record as they now travel to 8th ranked St. Sebastian’s for a big game this Saturday. There are also a number of other ranked teams that will play one another this weekend.

  1. Lawrence Academy (4-0) – One can’t help but wonder how the University of Rhode Island has commits from Lawrence Academy’s Thomas Greaney along with Everett’s Kevin Brown and Duane Binns. That is a really good job of recruiting Massachusetts. Next up: at (8) St. Sebastian’s.
  2. Governor’s Academy (3-1) – Governor’s defensive line of sophomore DE Kevin Lemieux (6’4″ and 240), junior DT Jos Cremers (6’5″ and 295)and senior DE Cam Gagnon (6’4″ and 245) could be the best in the state. Next up: at (9) Tabor Academy.
  3. BB&N (3-1) – A team that from start to finish will be the most improved in the ISL and they have another huge game this week as they host Milton Academy with both teams looking for a critical fourth win. Next up: (4) Milton Academy.
  4. Milton Academy (3-1) – Fifteen year old sophomore RB/LB Kalel Mullings is one of the best overall players in the entire state and he will have a long list of top college programs to choose from. On tape he plays a lot like Boston College sensation AJ Dillon. Next up: at (3) BB&N.
  5. Belmont Hill (2-2) – Lost a close game against fourth ranked Milton Academy and they now face a brutal second half schedule of Nobles, Lawrence Academy, St. Sebastian’s and Governor’s. Next up: (6) Noble and Greenough.
  6. Noble and Greenough (3-1) – Freshman Julian Tarpey had a huge kick return for a touchdown in the Bulldogs win over Roxbury Latin. They now have to travel to Belmont Hill where they will try and slow down the BH passing attack led by Duke bound wide receiver Jake Bobo. Next up: at (5) Belmont Hill.
  7. Brooks School (3-1) – Brooks was hit with a tough opening loss to Governor’s but they have turned things around nicely since then. An end of regular season contest against third ranked BB&N could be a very good football game. Next up: Middlesex.
  8. St. Sebastian’s (1-3) – They play the toughest schedule in the ISL (and maybe the entire state) as they lose close, back-to-back games against BB&N and Governor’s and now host top ranked Lawrence Academy. Next up: (1) Lawrence Academy.
  9. Tabor Academy (1-3) – Another team with a brutal overall schedule coming off a loss to third ranked BB&N and they now face second ranked Governor’s. Next up: (2) Governor’s Academy.
  10. Thayer Academy (3-1) – The Brooks’ offense is tough to stop when it has things going the way they currently do. Next up: Roxbury Latin.

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