Power Rankings, November 27, 2007

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1.Gloucester (11-0): A victory over Masco in the Division 2A semifinals tonight is all that stands between the Fishermen and their first Super Bowl appearance in six years.
Last week: 1

2.Swampscott (10-1): Big Blue will be heavy favorites to defeat a four-loss Arlington Catholic team and advance to the Division 3 Super Bowl.
Last week: 2

3.Pelham, N.H. (11-0): Season is over for the Division 5 New Hampshire state champions.
Last week: 3

4.Pinkerton Academy (9-2): Season is over for the Astros, who won their third straight Division 1 N.H. state crown.
Last week: 4

5.Masconomet (10-1): Huge holiday win over North Andover gives Masconomet back-to-back Cape Ann League titles for the first time ever. Now, a huge showdown with unbeaten Gloucester awaits.
Last week: 5

6.Andover (8-3): Capped off a fine season by knocking off Central Catholic in a defensive struggle on Thanksgiving.
Last week: 7

7.Manchester Essex (8-2): Hornets stunned everyone but themselves by hammering Georgetown on the road and winning the Commonwealth Conference Small title for second straight season.
Last week: 11

8.Pentucket (8-3): Holiday triumph over Triton meant that the Sachems doubled their win total from a year ago.
Last week: 9

9.Bishop Fenwick (7-4): Won four straight to end the season as superstar tailback Bobby Tarr finished his career as the second all-time leading rusher in Massachusetts history.
Last week: honorable mention

10.Londonderry (7-4): Figure to be even better next year.
Last week: honorable mention

11.Greater Lawrence (10-1): Must regroup quickly after disappointing loss on the holiday in time for tonight's playoff clash with Amesbury.
Last week: 6

12.Georgetown (8-2): Royals never got untracked in their disheartening home setback against Manchester Essex, costing them a playoff berth.
Last week: 8

Honorable Mention: Phillips Academy (7-2), Beverly (6-5), St. John's Prep (6-5), Hamilton-Wenham (6-4), Amesbury (5-5)

Dropped out of poll: Newburyport (was ranked 10th), North Andover (was ranked 12th)

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0         griza2 2000

How can a Division 5 school in NH be rated above the "3" time defending champion. How can Londonderry possibly be better? They are losing three of their best players(Enos, Theodosi and Ryan Griffin) also Tom Sawyer is not coming walking through that door. Thanks

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