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1. Franklin18-3The Panthers dominated the Hockomock League this season on their way to the program’s seventh straight Kelley-Rex crown. Franklin had a lot of success out of the league as well with wins over Newton North, Lexington, BC High, Dover-Sherborn, and Longmeadow. The Panthers ended up bowing out on a last minute goal to eventual D1 State Finalist Duxbury.
2. King Philip14-5King Philip had a strong season, including a bright start at 10-0, but had its tournament run end early at the hands of visiting Marshfield. The Warriors have a good group set to return but will need some players to step up in the place of leading scorer Colin DeVellis, a strong defensive unit spearheaded by Wes Bishop, and longtime faceoff man Chris Longobardi.
3. Foxboro12-7Foxboro picked up another hard fought Davenport division title, its third in the last four years and fourth overall since the league split. This senior class, albeit a small one, left their mark on the league with those league titles. It will be tough to replace the likes of Brendan Tully and Pat Stapleton, who were four-year stars for the Warriors.
4. Oliver Ames14-5Oliver Ames continues to improve and once again were in the mix among the top teams in the league, tying for second in the Kelley-Rex division. The next step for the Tigers will be beefing up the non-league schedule as they push for a deep tournament run. OA graduates a handful of talented players but bring back all-time leading scorer Shane Kilkelly and a good amount of the offense back.
5. Canton12-8The Bulldogs came within a game of the Davenport crown but came up just short in a showdown with Foxboro. Canton picked up wins over KP and Mansfield as well as non-league victories over Pembroke, Plymouth South, Old Rochester, and Dartmouth. The biggest news is that longtime head coach Bill Bendell is putting down his stick after 15 years at the helm.

On the edge: North Attleboro (10-8)

Last Updated: 06/27/19

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