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1. Oliver Ames15-3-4After making its third appearance in the state final in the last four years, Oliver Ames finishes as the no-brainer top-ranked team. It's incredible what the Class of 2018 has accomplished over the past four years but unfortunately, it was another first - an overtime loss - that put an end to their historic run.
2. Mansfield10-3-6The Hornets had an impressive campaign, and sure would like to have another shot at Braintree after falling in the opening round. It will be tough to replace the senior class (over a dozen of them) but Mansfield will have an experienced defensive unit to anchor them next season, led by Sam Nugent.
3. King Philip11-8-2After a slow start, KP really turned things on in the second half of the season, and believe it or not, was in control at one point against Brockton, who went on to win its first ever state title. There is a lot of talent graduating but the cupboard certainly won't be bare with a number of experienced players due back.
4. North Attleboro11-2-6The Davenport division champs suffered a disappointing early exit after what was a remarkable regular season. It's impressive how Geoff Burgess and this senior class was able to turn the program around and go from last to first in a year.
5. Foxboro11-5-4By the midway point of the season, Foxboro was near the top of the list that teams didn't want to face. They had a great combination of strong defense, a skilled midfield, and a very dangerous attack. Junior Shane VandenBoom returns next year after finishing just one goal shy of the league lead this season.

On the edge: Canton (10-5-4)

Last Updated: 12/06/17