Top 25 Boy's Soccer

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    Where on boston.com did u find those stats?
     
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    1GNBVT152131360.861191
    2Dartmouth132127320.844182
    3NAUSET143028340.824181
    4NEEDHAM142331380.816190
    5WALPOLE123226340.765181
    6SILVER LAKE112426340.765192
    7WEYMOUTH134228380.737201
    8OA103323320.719171
    9WELLESLEY125125360.694180
    10CM95220320.625182
    11BROCKTON85218300.600161
    12MARSHFIELD74620340.588192
    13FRANKLIN53717300.567172
    14BCH86319340.559181
    15ATTLEBORO86319340.559181
    16Quincy75519340.559203
    17BARNSTABLE76216300.533161
    18NB76317320.531182
    19Newton South87319360.528191
    20KP66517340.500181
    21Taunton67416340.471192
    22X67315320.469182
    23DURFEE57313300.433183
     
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    MIAA site is more relevant, go to cshool lookup, go to team schedules, use varsity soccer, seeding record is what to look at as several teams do not count certain games.
     
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    [QUOTE]Where on boston.com did u find those stats?
    Posted by Iluvthatdirtywater[/QUOTE]

    I looked up each school and figured out the winning percentage.  Not up to date as the last post stated.  Not even sure if the remaining games for each team are accurate.
     
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    1.Lincoln-Sudbury 13-0-2
    2.Needham 14-2-3
    3.Sandwich 15-1-0
    4.Winchester 13-1-2
    5.St. John's Prep 12-2-3
    6.Weymouth 12-4-2
    7.Dover-Sherborn 15-0-1
    8.Hingham 13-2-3
    9.Silver Lake 11-2-4
    10.Nauset 14-3-0
    11.Canton 9-1-6
    12.Dartmouth 13-2-1
    13.Brookline 9-4-3
    14.Somerville 11-1-4
    15.Framingham 10-5-1
    16.Walpole 12-3-2
    17.Georgetown 11-1-3
    18.Brighton 15-0-1
    19.Lynnfield 14-3-0
    20.Masconomet 12-2-3
    21.Newton N. 7-6-5
    22.Concord-Carlisle 10-4-1
    23.Lexington 8-4-5
    24.N. Andover 11-3-3
    25.Gr. New Bedford 16-2-1

    Others: Hopkinton 14-2-1, Cardinal Spellman 15-0-0, Hanover 12-2-2, Woburn 8-4-5, Rockport 10-3-2, Oliver Ames 10-3-3, BC High 8-6-3, Wellesley 12-5-0, Brockton 8-5-2, Danvers 10-3-2, Duxbury 9-4-4, Madison Park 11-1-3, Newton S 8-7-3.
     
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    Everett- first team to exceed the card limit. Disqualified
     
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    [QUOTE]Everett- first team to exceed the card limit. Disqualified
    Posted by aksjh[/QUOTE]

    I don't think they were getting in anyway. MIAA record is 4-8-4
     
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    any score from East Boston vs Madison Park yesterday?
     
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    Framingham 0 Brookline 0.  Good game.  Both sides had chances.  Both sides look ready for the tourney.
     
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    somerville may be the worst team to ever win the GBL... shocking goalkeeping, questionable defending, a few good individuals but can't even come close to comparing to the 2009 team. maybe a testament to the overall decline of MA high school soccer in terms of the level of play for teams and individuals
     
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    New Bedford is out after an amazing run last year.  Young team with a lot of potential.  Ups and downs this season which comes with a young team.  When was the last time two teams from the Big Three didn't make it to the tourney?
     
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    [QUOTE]somerville may be the worst team to ever win the GBL... shocking goalkeeping, questionable defending, a few good individuals but can't even come close to comparing to the 2009 team. maybe a testament to the overall decline of MA high school soccer in terms of the level of play for teams and individuals
    Posted by ncbb939[/QUOTE]

    I'm not sure the GBL can be used as a measuring stick for the state of MA high school soccer.  The GBL has been week for at least a decade.  And maybe longer but that would be before my time.  However, The Bay State League and Catholic Conference look as strong as ever to me.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Top 25 Boy's Soccer : I'm not sure the GBL can be used as a measuring stick for the state of MA high school soccer.  The GBL has been week for at least a decade.  And maybe longer but that would be before my time.  However, The Bay State League and Catholic Conference look as strong as ever to me.
    Posted by miked070707[/QUOTE]
    Agreed Mike.  I would add the DCL and Middlesex league to your list.  Mass Soccer is just fine.
     
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    Medford and Somerville tied for the GBL Championship. I agree with ncbb939 Somerville is a weak team, with a few good players. Medford looks like a stronger team, but goes through streaks of hot and cold. When they're cold, typical GBL team, but if you catch them when they're hot, watch out. 
     
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    Div 1 South Pairings

    1 GNBVT
    16/17 Franklin/Attleboro
    8/9 Weymouth/Wellesley

    4 Needham
    13/20 Quincy/KP
    5 Silver Lake
    12/21 Marshfield/plymouth South

    2 Dartmouth
    15/18 BCH/Taunton
    7/10 OA/CM

    3 Nauset
    14/19 Barnstable/ Newton South
    6/11 Walpole/Brockton
     
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    news coming out of the meetings last night is that madison park got disqualified again from post season play. When is enough enough with this team?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Top 25 Boy's Soccer : Agreed Mike.  I would add the DCL and Middlesex league to your list.  Mass Soccer is just fine.
    Posted by scrapa-[/QUOTE]

    I would contend that the level of play has dropped significantly in both the GBL and Middlesex over the past 4-5 years. Can't speak for the DCL, Bay State or Catholic Conferences, but I do believe that the average level of play has decreased significantly in Mass high school soccer. The best teams in their respective leagues are good but, relatively speaking, don't measure up historically to past teams. Furthermore, there are more and more weak teams in leagues, making it easier for the Winchesters and the Medford/Somervilles to have 14 win seasons but go onto the tournament and get upset by a team from a stronger league, which I would almost guarantee will happen this post season.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Top 25 Boy's Soccer : I would contend that the level of play has dropped significantly in both the GBL and Middlesex over the past 4-5 years. Can't speak for the DCL, Bay State or Catholic Conferences, but I do believe that the average level of play has decreased significantly in Mass high school soccer. The best teams in their respective leagues are good but, relatively speaking, don't measure up historically to past teams. Furthermore, there are more and more weak teams in leagues, making it easier for the Winchesters and the Medford/Somervilles to have 14 win seasons but go onto the tournament and get upset by a team from a stronger league, which I would almost guarantee will happen this post season.
    Posted by ncbb939[/QUOTE]

    This critique says more about the tournament setup then the level of play in MA high school soccer.  Maybe we shouldn't have a format that doesn't take into count strength of schedule.  I can only speak for myself  but having played in the bay state league in the late 90s and early 2000's and watched it since then, the level of play seems to be right where its always been.

    From the D1 South persepctive, I will also say that last years New Bedford team was extremely impressive and one of the better teams I've seen in the last decade.  I have no idea what happened to them in the state final.
     
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    Brackets are up
     
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    D1 South looks wide open this year.  I'm not sure how good Greater New Bedford is but I like Weymouth and Needham to decide things in the semis
     
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    [QUOTE]Brackets are up
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    Could someone explain to me by what criteria a 1-15-2 (Winthrop - D3N-B) or 2-16-0 (Watertown - D3N-G) team can make the tournament?

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Top 25 Boy's Soccer : Could someone explain to me by what criteria a 1-15-2 (Winthrop - D3N-B) or 2-16-0 (Watertown - D3N-G) team can make the tournament?
    Posted by wgleslie[/QUOTE]
    They must play in leagues that are all D1 and D2.  All they have to do is finish .500 or better against any D3 opponent.  Same thing happened to Norwood and Milton in the BSC.  They are D2 but the BSC has 9 D1 teams.  Actually had no idea Wellesley was now D1, could give Weymouth an interesting first round game.
     
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    [QUOTE]news coming out of the meetings last night is that madison park got disqualified again from post season play. When is enough enough with this team?
    Posted by hssoccer10[/QUOTE]
    Must have been a card issue.  Kind of ironic that the globe prints a glowing article on the team and its coach on the same day.  Used to be a respectable program.
     
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    somervile has lost in the north semis the past 2 years and medford was eliminated in the 3rd round last year so i dont know where they early game upsets are coming from
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Top 25 Boy's Soccer : Must have been a card issue.  Kind of ironic that the globe prints a glowing article on the team and its coach on the same day.  Used to be a respectable program.
    Posted by scrapa-[/QUOTE]

    The only time I recall the team being respectable was when Lorenzo from East Boston was coaching that team. I wouldn't have given them any press for winning the BCL. The coach should be replaced.
     

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