Here are the new divisions of Division 3 and 4 according to the new statewide format
* Lin English
* North Attleboro
* Oliver Ames
* Plymouth North
* Plymouth South
* Silver Lake
* Somerset Berkeley
* – Eastern Massachusetts Schools
Amherst ‐ Pelham
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* Grand New Bedford
* Malden Catholic
*the starting point
* – Eastern Massachusetts Schools
Marblehead He has been on the doorstep of postseason glory several times in recent years.
Could this be the year that witches break through?
All-Scholastic quarterback Josh Robertson and center back Connor Cronin have led a solid squad of players returning to Marblehead. Another team has a signal caller back in the barn Milton, who should once again be among the top teams in the Bay State Conference.
in the National League, Plymouth South An impressive fall season 2 is coming up thanks to the exploits of the number one running back student Casious Johnson. Hanover It feels like it has the pieces in place to make some noise.
Midfielder Tyler DeMattio has played a huge role in North AttleboroMarch for an undefeated season. stuton Lots of talent was lost, but Greg Burke’s teams always seem to reload rather than rebuild. Mane Lopez has Norwood Heading in the right direction and the Mustang should be a force in the Tri-Valley League Large.
in Div. 4, There will be a final Patriot League flavor on top. Matt Landolfi takes charge of a Duxbury The program that has dominated the league for over a decade, but it’s a rookie demonic Fully capable of challenging dragons.
Middleborough He won the South Shore League title in Fall 2 and brings back a group of players. stay tuned Danvers Outside the Northeastern Conference, another team with some top players back.
Melrose Entering the season proudly holds the state’s longest active winning streak at 21, but the Red Raiders will be tested by reading At the season opener. Wilmington He is preparing for one of the best seasons in years with the return of many league players.
Holliston And Ashland You should be among the best teams in the Tri-Valley League. The depth of this division is so much that quality programs such as Tweaksbury And Wayland It resides in the bottom ten of the Boston Herald’s pre-season division. 4 poll.
Dandy Dozen Section 3-4
Sheriff Andrews, Sr., OL/DL, 6-3, 315, Malden Catholic: Wakefield’s transfer earned him a place in the Catholic Conference All-Stars as a junior, and he is poised to be one of the league’s best indoor players this year.
Conor Cronin Jr., RB/DB, 6-1, 180, Marblehead: Cronin proved to be a capable and future runner as a sophomore, also excelling in defense.
Tyler DeMattio, Sr., QB, 5-10, 192, North Attleboro: DeMattio threw for 536 yards and eight touchdowns, while rushing for 503 yards and eight more to lead North Attleboro to the Hockomock Davenport title.
Matt Vista Jr., QB, 6-3, 195, Duxbury: An outstanding baseball player, Vista proved he was able to handle the stints of a quarterback last year, which led to an undefeated season.
Casious Johnson, So., RB, 6-0, 200, Plymouth South: Johnson didn’t waste much time showing off his skills, rushing for 1,006 yards and 12 touchdowns when he was a freshman.
Michael Landolfi Jr., QB, 6-0, 185, Hannover: The junior excelled in the 7v7 competition over the summer and is ready to become one of the South Shore’s best quarterbacks.
Delby Lemieux, Sr., 6-4, 260, Duxbury: The Patriots League All-Star who won two Bundesliga titles verbally committed with Dartmouth.
Josh Robertson, Sr., QB, 6-0, 170, Marblehead: The Northeastern Conference’s best player, Robertson threw 1,230 yards and 17 touchdowns last season.
Keegan Sullivan, Sr., WR, 5-10, 170. Scituate: Sullivan did a little bit of everything on either side of the ball and did it all well, finishing with 11 touchdowns.
DaVinci Sydney, Sr., OL/DL, 6-2, 280, Tewksbury: Moving from Malden, Sydney fits right into Tewksbury, earning all the Merrrimack Valley Conference awards.
Chase Vaughan, Sr., QB, 6-0, 190, Marblehead: Vaughan completed 57-of-114 for 863 yards and 11 touchdowns to go with 110 rushing yards and four sprints in steering the Wildcats to the 5-1 record.
Logan Verheijen, Sr., OL/DL, 6-3, 270, Middleboro: The two-way force leads a group back into the Sacks defense.
Other players to watch in Division 3-4
Colin Albert, Sr., RB, Canton; Malcolm Alcorn Crowder, Sr., D.E., and Whitman Hanson; Matt Alves, Sr., OL, Norwood; A.J. Andriano, Sr., OL, Marblehead; Garrett Asher, Sr., LB, Burlington; Tyler Bannon, Sr., LB, North Attleboro; Isaiah Blake, Sr., RB, Medford; Andrew Busey, Sr., RB, Scituate; Trevor Bhutto, Sr., D.B., Melrose; Andrew Butler, Sr., DB, Canton; Justin Camillo, Sr., LB, Melrose; Corin Canada-Hunt, Sr., T.E., Masconomet; Ryan Carroll, Sr., Dee, Silver Lake; T.J. Casey, Sr., LB, Medfield; Jake Chirichello, Sr, OL, Wilmington; Brady Clark, Sr., QB, Stoughton; Aaron Connelly, Sr., OL, Tewksbury; Mitchell Krebs, Sr., WR, Dracott; Jarrell Delval, Sr., and. R, Salem; Subodh Dhakal, Sr., RB, Norwood; Ian Dixon, Sr., T. E., Wakefield; Brendan Donegan Jr., QB, Westwood; James Doody, Sr., T. E., Marblehead; Max Doucet, Jr., LB, Revere; Jake Driscoll, Sr., OT, Pembroke; Dylan Druzick, Sr., Dee, Ashland; Baron Dutra, Sr., LB, Dartmouth; Scott Einarson Jr, RB, Billerica; Adam Eldeeb, Sr., RB, Burlington; Mahdi El Kayakibi, Sr., DT, Revere; Gavin Erickson, Sr., WR, Wilmington; T. J. Farrell, Jr., T. E., Walpole; Shea Fogarty, Sr., D.B., Melrose; Harry Fuller Jr. , OL, Middleboro; Isaiah Furtado, Sr., DB, Middleborough; Henry Gates Sr., QB, Scituate; John Germano Sr., WR, Wilmington; Chris Gill, Sr., D., Malden Catholic; Dom Gerd, Sr., RB, Billerica; Anthony Girolamo, Sr., LB, Stoughton; Augusto Goncalves, Sr., D. E., Revere; Adam Goodfellow, Sr., QB, Wayland; Dylan Gordon, Sr., RB, Foxboro; Patrick Griffin, Sr., OL, Holliston; Matt Gooseds, Sr., WR, Middleborough; Isaiah Hassell, Sr., OL, Milton; Tucker Hazel, Sr., D.B., Walpole; Luke Herter, Sr., Q.B., Ashland; Riley Holmes, Sr., Nosette; Marvin Joseph Jr., RB, Somerville; Ronald Juarez, Sr., PK, Malden; Colin Kelter, Sr., D.B., Danvers; Danny Kerrigan, Sr., OL, Foxboro; Cole Kimtis Sr., G/DT, Tewksbury; Alvin Legros, Sr., WR, Medford; Jonah Lee, Sr., RB, Stoughton; Jesse Mags, Sr., QB, Lynn English; Mike Malcolm, Sr., OL, Middleboro; George Marron, Sr., RB, Westwood; Ethan Marquis, Sr., RB, Dartmouth; Amari Marsman, Sr., LB, Milton; Tyler McMahon Jr., D.E., McConmet; Brian Metyer, Sr., RB, Norwood; Eric Miles, Jr., RB, Bedford; Marcello Misuraca, Sr., LB, Wilmington; Jake Morrison, Sr., QB, Bedford; Dylan Murphy, Sr., QB, Plymouth North; Jack Murphy, Sr., LB, Sharon; Nolan Murphy, Sr., LB, Falmouth; PJ Murphy, Sr., D.B., Plymouth South; Matt Nadorny, Sr. Cameron Bang, Sr., RB, Duxbury; Joe Parisi, Sr., LB, Danvers; Alex Pavao, Sr., O.T., Somerset Berkley; Robert Payne, Sr., OT, Holliston; Emmett Pearl, Sr., WR, Stoughton; George Percy Sr., Marblehead; Sean Quinn, Sr., WR, Norwood; Michael Reddy, Sr., QB, Salem; Stephen Reardon Jr, RB, Danvers; John Ryden, Sr., T. E., Wilmington; Dylan Rice, Sr., WR, Hanover; Michael Chesky, Sr., OG, Scituate; Chad Silva Jr., RB, Oliver Ames; Anthony Smith, Sr., OL, Plymouth South; Austin Smith, Sr., RB, Silver Lake; Will Stafford, Sr., RB, Whitman-Hanson; Vin Sullivan, Sr., QB, Newburyport; Shane Sutton, Sr., RB, Wayland; Aidan Sweeney, Sr., RB, Malden Catholic; Jack Thompson, Sr., LB, Scituate; Jared Vasher, Sr., OR, North Attleboro; Tim Vadnais, Sr., LB, Burlington; Reid Vanslette, Sr., OL, Wayland; John Vincent, Sr., OL, Falmouth; Gavin West, Sr., D.B., Malden; Brad Willichowski, Sr., LB, Danvers; Aris Xerris, Jr., TE, Danvers