Power Rankings, November 21, 2007

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1.Gloucester (10-0): Visiting Danvers could prove to be a Thanksgiving appetizer for the unbeaten Fishermen, who have their sights set on next week's playoffs.
Last week: 1

2.Swampscott (10-1): Northeastern Conference Small champions looking to take care of business on the holiday after being upset at home by Swampscott a year ago.
Last week: 2

3.Pelham, N.H. (11-0): Beat Gilford this past weekend for the program's first-ever state championship.
Last week: 3

4.Pinkerton (9-2): Joined some elite company by earning their third straight Division 1 New Hampshire state crown.
Last week: 5

5.Masconomet (9-1): Once easy fodder for North Andover on the holiday, the Chieftains look to make it seven wins in the last eight years on the holiday.
Last week: 4

6.Greater Lawrence (10-0): Reggies don't want to go into the playoffs with a loss against rival Lawrence on Turkey Day.
Last week: 6

7.Andover (7-3): Mike Pierce hopes to put finishing touches on an amazing season by helping to beat Central Catholic on Thursday morning.
Last week: 7

8.Georgetown (8-1): One game, winner-takes-all scenario for the Commonwealth Small title when Manchester Essex comes to town Thursday morning.
Last week: 8

9.Pentucket (7-3): A win over rival Triton on Thanksgiving would give the Sachems a fine 8-win season.
Last week: 12

10.Newburyport (7-3): Loss of senior QB on the holiday will hurt, but a win over Amesbury still puts Clippers in the postseason.
Last week: 9

11.Manchester Essex (7-2): What more can you ask for than a chance to defend your league championship on the biggest day of the year?
Last week: 11

12.North Andover (7-3): Season would have to be considered stellar if the Knights can knock off heavily favored Masconomet.
Last week: unranked

Honorable Mention: Londonderry (7-4), Bishop Fenwick (6-4)

Dropped out of poll: Phillips Academy (was ranked 10th)

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