Boys Lacrosse Hock 5 Rankings

Boys Lacrosse Hock 5

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1. Franklin15-6Franklin was clearly the top team in the Hock again this year, running the table against league opponents and reaching the D1 Round of 8. Good news for Franklin and bad news for the rest of the league: nearly all of the Panthers' starters are slated to come back next year.
2. North Attleboro18-3It was a banner year for the Rocketeers, only dropping one league game on its way to the Davenport title. And on top of that, North won a pair of playoff games and made it to the Round of 8 before bowing out to eventual state champ Longmeadow. North graduates a very talented group.
3. Foxboro14-7Foxboro battled through a very challenging schedule to take second in the Davenport and secured two postseason wins to reach the Round of 8. The Warriors graduate some key pieces but its core attack unit is back for another year.
4. King Philip13-5Inconsistency plagued the Warriors throughout the year as KP showed it could play with some of the best but also had some let downs. There will be plenty of opportunity next year as King Philip graduates a very large senior class.
5. Mansfield8-12Mansfield carried its momentum from the end of the season into the playoffs and earned an upset of league foe King Philip in the opening round before bowing out to North. The Hornets have a strong core set to return next season.

On the edge: Sharon (9-10)

Last Updated: 06/30/22