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1. Franklin (21-4)The Panthers won the Kelley-Rex division title and then followed it up with the program's first sectional crown, knocking off unbeaten Wachusett in the Central final. Franklin could be right back in the state semifinal with Ali Brigham, Megan O'Connell and others coming back.
2. Foxboro(20-3)Despite losing three starters from the state title-winning team, Foxboro was right back as Davenport division champion and the top seed in D2 South. Although the Warriors lost to Pembroke, confidence is high for next year with four starters back including Katelyn Mollica.
3. Mansfield(17-6)The Hornets took second in the Kelley-Rex and were so close to beating state champion Braintree on the road in the second round of the tournament, but came up a couple points short. Mansfield will have a chance to show off the program's depth next year after graduating 11 seniors.
4. Canton(14-7)Canton had one of its best seasons in two decades with 14 wins, including 11 wins in the league, finishing second to Foxboro in the division and making a quick return to the state tournament. A loss to Nauset doesn't dampen the enthusiasm after strong seasons from Canton's trio of freshmen.
5. Oliver Ames(13-9)Oliver Ames holds the fifth spot in the rankings at the end of the year after impressive wins against Newton North and Newton South (by 20 points) and then a close loss against Wellesley on the road. After a big year from rookie Caroline Peper, the Tigers are looking forward to next year.

On the edge: King Philip (14-8)

Last Updated: 3/20/19