We've updated the MIAA Boys Lacrosse Top 25, and once again there is no movement on the top spot.
Duxbury remains No. 1 following its two-game split last weekend in New York, while Wellesley ascends to the No. 2 spot after an impressive display of defense in the Coaches Challenge Cup. Led by junior goalie Connor Darcey, the Raiders stifled Concord-Carlisle in the championship game, 5-2, dropping the Patriots to No. 4.
Among the other notable movements, Foxborough enters the poll at No. 23 by virtue of its 7-0 start, while West Springfield makes its debut at No. 21 following a big upset over long-time Western Mass. juggernaut Longmeadow.
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