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1. Franklin20-1It was a historic season as the Panthers had a wild run to their first ever sectional title and pushed Barnstable to the limit before falling in the state semifinal. Franklin won three straight five-set matches to win the D1 Central West title.
2. Canton19-3The Bulldogs bounced back from a down season in 2017 to have a terrific year in 2018. Nicole Brown highlighted a deep senior class that helped Canton make a trip to the D2 Central Final. The Bulldogs took Groton-Dunstable, the eventual state champs, to five sets in the sectional final.
3. Stoughton16-5Stoughton had one of its best seasons in program history, making its deepest run in the state tournament ever. Molly Turner and Hanna Holden will certainly be missed but the Black Knights are in a good place as a program and continue to compete year in and year out.
4. Oliver Ames14-8The Tigers had a nice 2018 campaign, coming in second in the Kelley-Rex division and winning a state tournament game. OA will certainly miss defensive standout Sadie Homer but the Tigers are set to bring back a strong core of players.
5. King Philip11-11It was an up and down year for the Warriors but they made it back to the state tournament and won a first round game. The future looks bright with middles Catherine Waldeck and Nicole Coughlan both back next year along with a handful of other talented players.

On the edge: North Attleboro (10-9)

Last Updated: 11/29/18