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1. King Philip19-3-1The Warriors followed up a league title-winning season by making a run to the program's first-ever Div. 1 South title and totaling 19 wins this fall. If there was any question about which team was the best in the league this season, KP was not only the Hock's best scoring team (86 goals) and also its best defensive team, allowing only 13 goals in 23 games this fall.
2. Canton16-4-1The Davenport division champions took top seed Somerset-Berkeley to overtime in the South semifinal and nearly set up and all-Hock final. Canton finished with 16 wins and was second in the league in goals scored (81), while boasting the league's third best defense (24 goals allowed)
3. Foxboro15-4-2Foxboro was just two points shy of a Davenport title, and then fell eventual D2 South champion Dennis-Yarmouth in the playoffs. The Warriors will graduate a handful of top-tier players but will return Sophia DiCenso and Lily Daly, two of the top offensive players in the league.
4. Franklin10-8-2Franklin nearly pulled off an upset early in the playoffs, taking King Philip to double overtime before the Warriors escaped and went on to win the sectional title. The Panthers lose coach Lisa Cropper to the collegiate ranks but return a lot of talented players including Cassi Ronan and both of their goalies.
5. Taunton11-8-1Freshman Alana Tavares scored an overtime winner to break a scoreless deadlock with Oliver Ames in front of a big crowd at Aleixo Stadium and handed the Tigers their first ever playoff victory, despite missing leading scorer Kya Enos. With a young roster, the future looks bright for the Taunton program.

On the edge: Oliver Ames (9-7-3)

Last Updated: 12/07/17