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1. Canton22-3Canton wrapped up an incredible season with its first ever state championship, a thrilling 3-2 win over Danvers. Hall of Fame coach Pat Cawley helped this group go from a good team to a great team over the course of the season. Hock MVP Taylor Harris finished a dominating senior year with the final kill in the championship game.
2. Oliver Ames18-5By the time the South finals rolled around, the Tigers were clicking on all cylinders and looked like one of the best teams in the entire state. A couple of points go a different way early in the fifth set and who knows how far OA could have gone. Nonetheless it was a remarkable season for the program with a Kelley-Rex title and a D1 South finalist trophy.
3. King Philip18-5The Warriors had a great year, earning another Kelley-Rex division title and reaching the sectional final for the second time in the past three seasons before falling in five in a heartbreaker. Senior Catherine Waldeck was one of the most dominant middles in the state, and junior Nicole Coughlan was right there with her to give KP a great 1-2 punch.
4. Franklin15-4It's not often a team wins a division title and finishes fourth in the rankings, but thats how deep the league was this year. The Panthers lost a lot from the 2018 squad that won a sectional title but showed how deep the program is with yet another great season. And it looks like that trend will continue next year with the talent set to return.
5. North Attleboro13-6Another good year for the Rocketeers and second-year coach Kim Hallahan. Maybe most impressive, North Attleboro picked up a season sweep of division rival and D2 State Champion Canton, handing the Bulldogs two of their three losses this season. North graduates a large senior class that helped bring the program a lot of success.

On the edge: Foxboro (11-10)

Last Updated: 12/05/19