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MIAA Proposed Football Alignments

Posted by Justin Rice  May 9, 2012 02:36 PM

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Following are the proposed alignments for the new state-wide playoff system. Schools can appeal their placement. If approved, it would start in 2013.

<strong>Eastern Mass.</strong>

<strong>Division 1 North</strong>
1. Lawrence
2. Lowell
3. St. John’s Prep
4. Acton Boxboro
5. Malden
6. Everett
7. Lexington
8. Methuen
9. Peabody
10. Andover
11. Chelmsford
12. Central Catholic

<strong>Division 1 South</strong>
1. Brockton
2. BC High
3. New Bedford
4. Framingham
5. Weymouth
6. Newton North
7. Attleboro
8. Xaverian
9. Brookline
10. Bridgewater- Raynham
11. Franklin
12. Catholic Memorial

<strong>Division 2 North</strong>
1. Haverhill
2. Cambridge
3. Newton South
4. Westford Academy
5. Lincoln-Sudbury
6. Lynn English
7. Billerica
8. Waltham
9. Lynn Classical
10. North Andover
11. Malden Catholic
12. Reading

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