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1. Canton25-0-1The Bulldogs made history by completing a near-perfect 25-0-1 season and winning the D2 state championship for the first time since 2010. As a sign of just how dominant Canton was this postseason, the Bulldogs outscored opponents 29-3 in five playoff games, including 20 goals over the final three games.
2. Franklin12-10-4The Panthers came into the playoffs as the 11th seed, the lowest in D1 South, and proceeded to win three games, including a 5-2 win over Catholic Memorial and OT win over Mansfield to reach the D1 South final against eventual state champion Duxbury.
3. Mansfield14-6-3Mansfield had a strong season overall, coming within a point of a division title but bowed out after one tournament game after an overtime loss to rival Franklin. The Hornets got a boost this year with players returning from juniors and could have a chance at a league title if that trend continues next season.
4. Oliver Ames14-9-1Oliver Ames was a win away from claiming a league title this season and had a strong showing in the tournament. The Tigers were probably the toughest competition that Canton saw on its way to a state title. Brett Williams headlines a strong senior group and will go down as one of the top OA players in recent memory.
5. North Attleboro11-9-2The Rocketeers picked up a playoff win before a tough, one-goal loss to Norwood in the quarterfinal, which denied North a second chance against Canton after they played the Bulldogs tough in the regular season.

On the edge: Foxboro (12-7-3)

Last Updated: 03/21/19