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Thought this was an Eastern Mass thread not a BSL one
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Divisions 2 & 3 will be tougher this year with strong programs moving down
D2 south gets much stronger...
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Thought this was an Eastern Mass thread not a BSL one
Yea it is. I guess I was reading the responses and your response was a response to a question about the Bay State league
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And these are all teams that can make a run in the south this year.
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predictions for bay state:

Herget

Wellesley
Natick
Walpole
Milton
Norwood
Dedham

Carey

Needham
Brookline
Framingham
Weymouth
Braintree
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Weymouth has a stud goalie and a stud forward. Tough combo to beat
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Marshfield loses best player to graduation and top 2 upcoming seniors to private schools. And their coach left too.
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And these are all teams that can make a run in the south this year.
Don't forget Dartmouth. All of those 5 moving to south div 2 are tourney teams, 4 of them were top 10 seeds in south div 1 last year
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Don't forget Dartmouth. All of those 5 moving to south div 2 are tourney teams, 4 of them were top 10 seeds in south div 1 last year
I don't know enough about Dartmouth to comment, but that area is a strong soccer area. Even though I'm pretty sure they were a senior stocked team, they should be able to rebound next year, so yes, there's another one to add to the list.
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Weymouth has a stud goalie and a stud forward. Tough combo to beat
Agree Weymouth will be good, and those players are good, but it takes more. Isn't that the goalie for Blazers, which conceded a lot of goals in State Cup on Saturday? And Blazers defense is better than Weymouth's. He will be the best goalie in the league, but the team will need more.
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