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1. Foxboro (26-2)Foxboro added a second straight Div. 2 South title to its perfect run through the league. The Warriors then battled back from double digit deficits in both the state semifinal and the state title game to bring home the program's first championship since 1995. Foxboro finished the season by winning 16 straight games and was both the league's top offensive team (63.7 per game) and the top defensive team (36.9).
2. Mansfield (20-6)Mansfield won 15 straight in the league after starting Hock play with a loss to Foxboro and then reached its fourth straight Div. 1 semifinal before losing to eventual state champion Braintree. This graduating senior class was the most successful in program history, highlighted by center Meg Hill, who played in 100 games in her career. The Hornets return a strong junior class in search of a fourth straight Kelley-Rex title.
3. Oliver Ames(16-6)The Tigers put together a furious second half comeback against Bridgewater-Raynham to erase a double digit deficit but their first appearance in Div. 1 South came to an end on the road in the quarterfinal. Senior Kayla Raymond closed out her stellar career at OA by being named the Hockomock League MVP, but with Alex Sheldon and Erin Holmberg returning OA could make another run next year.
4. Franklin(15-9)The Panthers closed out the regular season with a strong performance in the annual Westboro Tournament, beating Holy Name for the third time in the season and then Shepherd Hill before a close loss to Hopkinton in the final. Franklin couldn't carry the momentum into the first round of the playoffs, but with the likes of Bea Bondhus, Ali Brigham and Elizabeth Wilson coming back the Panthers could be a team to watch next winter.
5. Stoughton(13-9)Stoughton was one of the hottest teams in the Hock to close out the regular season, winning 11 of its final 12 games to not only clinch a playoff spot but also getting a home game. The Black Knights rolled past Dighton-Rehoboth, but unfortunately had to face Foxboro in the second round, which ended their playoff run. Stoughton will return a lot of backcourt talent, including Shyanne Trinh and Aliyah Wright, to make a run next year.

On the edge: Milford (13-9)

Last Updated: 3/19/18