Sunday, January 8, 2012

MIAA EMASS D2 Rankings

Kendall Hamilton had 30 in Wakefield's win Friday over Melrose
MIAA EMASS D2 Dirty-Dozen - 1/8/12
1. Stoughton (6-0) - Aaron Calixte had his first career in-game dunk as Sto-Town stayed undefeated by beating Oliver Ames on Friday night in a Hockomock Rivalry Game...2) New Mission (4-2) - Titans have won 2 in a row after they beat Dorchester on Thursday; however, they also took a bad-beat when freshman point guard Greg Bridges suffered a high-ankle sprain which will keep him out 2-4 weeks, according to Brendan Hall of ESPN Boston...3) King Philip (4-1) - The Warriors won 55-37 on Friday night over North Attleboro behind 18 points from Maryland- bound small forward Jake Layman...4) Brighton (6-1) - Hugh Coleman's upstart-club gets a shot at New Mission on Wednesday...5) Reading (6-1) - After dropping their opener by one point to Melrose, the Rockets have reeled off six straight W's, the last of which was an impressive win over Lexington on Friday night...(6) Wakefield (6-1) - Statement win on Friday over previously unbeaten Melrose.  Junior guard Kendall Hamilton broke out for 30 points and frosh Bruce Brown registered a double-double...7) North Andover (4-1) - To the best of my knowledged, NA suffered their lone-defeat at the hands of Lawrence over the holidays...8) Melrose (5-1) - Knocked off the No-Loss Bus on Friday night by Wakefield...9) Belmont (5-2) - Signature win over Wakefield a few days before Christmas but they've dropped two of their last four, losing to Medfield and Arlington...10) Oliver Ames (5-1) - Stoughton beat em' by 19 on Friday night in their first defeat of the season...11) Wellesley (4-3) - The Raiders dropped 2 games to tough teams this week: falling to Needham on Tuesday and Weymouth on Friday...12) Beverly (5-3) - The Panthers rebounded from a loss on Tuesday to Salem with a 20+ point win over Swampscott on Friday night...Doorstep- Falmouth + Randolph

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