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1. Franklin18-3Franklin made no secret that a state title was its aim this spring but a tough day at L-S ended the season in the Elite Eight. The Panthers will be back in the mix again next year with Kaitlyn Carney and Katie Peterson leading a roster still brimming with talent.
2. King Philip14-6KP picked up an impressive win over traditional state power Needham in the first round of the tournament and had the second best record in the Hock this season. The Warriors will need to replace several 100-point scorers to maintain that next year.
3. Foxboro14-6The Warriors fell just short of a spot in the state semifinal in a one-goal thriller against Bromfield. With the league's leading scorer, Paige Curran, coming back next spring, Foxboro remains the favorite in the Davenport title race.
4. Canton14-4Thr Bulldogs won 14 games and pushed Foxboro to the final game in the Davenport race under first-year head coach Casey Bradley. Emily McCabe and Ella Yeaton highlight a strong returning group for the Bulldogs in 2023 as they look to end Foxboro's reign in the division.
5. Mansfield 9-6The Hornets picked up steam in the middle of their first season under Mary Kiley and clinched a playoff spot. Mansfield will add depth to the Davenport next spring and will hope to challenge Foxboro at the top of the division.

On the edge: Milford (11-9)

Last Updated: 06/29/22