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MIAA girls’ hockey power rankings: St. Mary’s leaps to No. 1 in Division 1

Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff

There’s a new team atop Division 1 in the latest MIAA girls’ hockey power rankings, released Friday.

St. Mary’s (2.72) jumped up to the top spot in Division 1 after another unbeaten week, passing Notre Dame-Hingham (2.64). Malden Catholic (2.59), with the toughest strength of schedule in the state (1.55 rating), is close behind them in third. Lincoln-Sudbury (2.24) and Peabody/Lynnfield/North Reading (2.14) rounding out the top five.

Lower down the rankings, Reading (0.64) made a jump from 20th to 17th.

Over in Division 2, Duxbury (2.76) keeps hold of the top spot for another week. Behind them, Falmouth (2.39), Burlington (2.17), and Nauset/Monomoy (1.81) continue to win and keep pace. Longmeadow (1.52) is right behind them in fifth.


With a 3-0-0 week, Algonquin (1.20) jumped from 12th to eighth. Walpole (0.39) also flew up from 21st to 16th.

The MIAA’s next power rankings update will come Tuesday morning.