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GIRLS BASKETBALL HOCK 5

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1. Franklin (25-0)The Panthers went start to finish as the best team in the state, completing an undefeated season, winning a second straight league title, and bringing home the program's first state title, while Ali Brigham completed her career as the school's new all-time leading scorer.
2. Foxboro(24-2)For the second time in the last three seasons, the Warriors brought home the Div. 2 state title after an impressive run through the postseason, including a win at the TD Garden. Foxboro finished as the third best scoring team in the league and the second-best defensive team.
3. Oliver Ames(14-7)The Tigers struggled down the stretch as injuries took their toll. OA lost four of its last five games, but still held onto second place in the Kelley-Rex division. With Caroline Flynn and Caroline Peper back, OA will be one of the title favorites when it makes the switch to the Davenport.
4. King Philip(12-9)The Warriors went on a run down the stretch to head into the playoffs with momentum, but a cold shooting night at Bishop Feehan knocked KP out of the postseason. KP will have a strong corps coming back next season to challenge Franklin for the league title.
5. Canton(13-10)A very young Canton team finished with 13 wins and a third straight trip to the postseason. A loss to an experienced ORR team ended the playoff run but the Bulldogs had only one senior and one junior on the roster so will be poised for a big season next winter.

On the edge: Attleboro (10-11)

Last Updated: 03/17/20