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1. King Philip12-0Winning one state title is tough enough, but to win back-to-back without losing a game is incredibly impressive. Right now, Hockomock football runs through Wrentham and the Warriors. The Warriors will graduate a lot of great players, but that didn't slow them down this year.
2. North Attleboro11-2North Attleboro's never give up attitude was on full display as they continued to battle back in the Super Bowl before falling by two points to St. John's Shrewsbury, which is as big as many D1 schools. Chad Peterson will go down as one of the best quarterbacks in program history.
3. Mansfield8-3The Hornets closed out the season with a win on Thanksgiving against Foxboro to finish with eight wins. Mansfield had three losses this year and two of them came against KP, but with a strong sophomore class making its mark this year (led by record-setting linebacker Vinnie Holmes), expectations are high for the Hornets heading into 2018.
4. Stoughton6-5An up-and-down season ended on a sour note as the Black Knights were shut out for the first time since 2010. Overall, it was a good season for Stoughton, highlighted by an early win over Catholic Memorial and a playoff with against Whitman-Hanson. The Black Knights will likely be in the mix again next year.
5. Foxboro5-6The Warriors went on the road and picked up a win in the playoffs at Somerset-Berkeley before being knocked out by top seed Dennis-Yarmouth. Foxboro played each of the top three teams in the rankings and lost by a combined 18 points, showing that this was a team capable of competing with anyone in the Hock.

On the edge: Milford (5-6)

Last Updated: 12/05/17