fb-pixel

2019-20 MIAA co-champions for hockey and basketball

Foxborough's Jaime DeVellis (25) and Shakirah Ketant (23) celebrated the Warriors' 52-35 win over North Reading in the the MIAA Division 2 semifinals Wednesday night at TD Garden. Foxborough will share the state title with Taconic.
Foxborough's Jaime DeVellis (25) and Shakirah Ketant (23) celebrated the Warriors' 52-35 win over North Reading in the the MIAA Division 2 semifinals Wednesday night at TD Garden. Foxborough will share the state title with Taconic.Barry Chin/Globe Staff

With the MIAA’s Board of Directors voting unanimously Thursday to cancel its championship games for basketball (Saturday) and hockey (Sunday) because of the coronavirus pandemic, state finalists for the respective sports will be named co-champions.

Boys’ hockey

Super 8: Arlington (19-1-4) and Pope Francis (16-5-2)

Division 1: Belmont (14-5-5) and Walpole (13-8-5)

Division 2: Canton (21-1-3) and Lincoln-Sudbury (20-3-2)

Division 3: Hanover (21-3-1) and Longmeadow (11-9-3)

Girls’ hockey

Division 1: Austin Prep (21-1-2) and Woburn (19-2-2).

Division 2: Canton (19-1-4) and Wellesley (22-1-0).

Boys’ basketball

Division 1: Lynn English (23-2) and Springfield Central (22-1)

Division 2: Whitman-Hanson (25-2) and Taconic (20-4)

Division 3: Burke (18-7) and Sutton (22-2)

Advertisement



Division 4: Abington (22-5) and Hopedale (20-4)

Girls’ basketball

Division 1: Andover (19-6) and Franklin (25-0).

Division 2: Foxborough (24-2) and Taconic (22-2).

Division 3: Hoosac Valley (18-6) and St. Mary’s of Lynn (25-2).

Division 4: Cathedral (21-4) and Maynard (20-4).






Craig Larson can be reached at craig.larson@globe.com.