The first girls' basketball MIAA power ratings have been released - where does your school fit in the state playoff race?

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The MIAA has released its first batch of power ratings for the girls' basketball state tournaments.

These rankings may get slightly adjusted as schools alert MIAA about any errors in won/loss records. Schools are required to enter information into the ArbiterLive scheduling database in all varsity sports so the state playoffs can be seeded accordingly. The MIAA has had difficulty making sure that has been the case this season.

Here's where the Central Mass. teams stack up in each division.

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Wachusett's Emmy Allyn dishes off a pass after getting past St. Paul's Mia Kreidler.
Wachusett's Emmy Allyn dishes off a pass after getting past St. Paul's Mia Kreidler.

Division 1

1. Franklin (6-0)

2. Andover (7-0)

3. Springfield Central (3-1)

4. Wachusett (7-0)

5. Central Catholic (6-2)

6. Bishop Feehan (9-1)

7. Woburn (7-0)

8. Chelmsford (7-2)

9. Hingham (8-1)

10. Brookline (8-1)

11. Attleborough (7-3)

12. Bridgewater-Raynham (7-2)

13. Mansfield (4-3)

14. North Andover (5-2)

15. West Springfield (5-5)

16. King Philip (4-2)

17. Braintree (5-3)

18. Framingham (3-2)

19. Westford Academy (6-2)

20. Marshfield (4-3)

21. Winchester (9-2)

22. Needham (6-4)

23. Peabody (7-1)

24. Lincoln-Sudbury (6-2)

25. Weymouth (5-4)

26. Reading (8-3)

27. Lexington (5-3)

28. Natick (5-3)

29. Algonquin (6-2)

30. Newton North (3-5)

31. Barnstable (6-1)

32. Hopkinton (2-3)

Other locals looking in

40. St. Paul (4-4)

44. Shrewsbury (1-5)

56. Doherty (4-3)

63. North (1-7)

Westborough's Annabelle Semeter drives to the hoop after getting past Shepherd Hill's Juliana Zalewski.
Westborough's Annabelle Semeter drives to the hoop after getting past Shepherd Hill's Juliana Zalewski.

Division 2

1. Norwood (8-0)

2. Oliver Ames (7-1)

3. Chicopee (4-0)

4. Amherst-Pelham (8-0)

5. Walpole (7-2)

6. North Quincy (8-0)

7. Medfield (5-2)

8. Northampton (7-1)

9. Holyoke (5-2)

10. Westwood (5-2)

11. Whitman-Hanson (10-0)

12. Canton (6-3)

13. Foxborough (4-3)

14. Dracut (8-2)

15. Westborough (8-0)

16. Newburyport (8-0)

17. Bedford (9-0)

18. Wakefield (8-2)

19. Pentucket (7-1)

20. Billerica (4-4)

21. Dartmouth (5-3)

22. Ashland (4-4)

23. Masconomet (5-3)

24. South (5-1)

25. Hanover (6-5)

26. Agawam (7-2)

27. Scituate (6-5)

28. North Middlesex (4-3)

29. Minnechaug (4-4)

30. Longmeadow (2-6)

31. Middleborough (5-2)

32. North Attleborough (3-4)

Other locals looking in

33. Shepherd Hill (5-2)

34. Nashoba (5-2)

41. Fitchburg (3-2)

43. Grafton (6-2)

56. Leominster (1-6)

64. Marlborough (0-9)

Hudson's Kristina Bruce.
Hudson's Kristina Bruce.

Division 3

1. Medway (7-2)

2. St. Mary's-Lynn (10-2)

3. Bishop Fenwick (6-3)

4. Norwell (10-1)

5. Rockland (7-2)

6. East Bridgewater (6-1)

7. Pittsfield (5-4)

8. Watertown (5-1)

9. Dover-Sherborn (2-4)

10. Bishop Stang (6-2)

11. Hudson (7-1)

12. Old Rochester (7-1)

13. Tantasqua (8-1)

14. Norton (5-4)

15. Dennis-Yarmouth (5-0)

16. Austin Prep (4-5)

17. Boston Latin (2-0)

18. Sandwich (6-2)

19. Archbishop Williams (2-7)

20. Advanced Math and Science Academy (5-3)

21. O'Bryant (2-1)

22. Triton (7-5)

23. Belchertown (3-4)

24. North Reading (4-6)

25. Cardinal Spellman (3-6)

26. Saugus (3-3)

27. Greater Lowell (4-4)

28. Bellingham (3-6)

29. Weston (2-5)

30. Seekonk (3-6)

31. Swampscott (5-2)

32. Dedham (1-8)

Other locals looking in

35. Monty Tech (6-4)

36. Quabbin (3-5)

44. Oakmont (1-6)

46. Nipmuc (3-7)

47. Auburn (3-6)

49. Groton-Dunstable (0-8)

55. Main South (2-5)

Notre Dame's Ella Bradshaw.
Notre Dame's Ella Bradshaw.

58. Worcester Tech (2-6)

Division 4

1. Wahconah (9-1)

2. Easthampton (9-0)

3. South Hadley (6-3)

4. Littleton (8-1)

5. Cathedral (7-5)

6. Northbridge (9-1)

7. Malden Catholic (8-1)

8. Amesbury (9-2)

9. Lunenburg (10-2)

10. Southwick (5-2)

11. Notre Dame Academy (5-2)

12. Joseph Case (6-1)

13. Millbury (6-2)

14. Frontier (6-2)

15. Tyngsborough (5-5)

16. Cohasset (5-4)

17. Hampshire (2-6)

18. Mashpee (3-1)

19. Monument Mountain (4-3)

20. Pope Francis (3-4)

21. Bourne (7-2)

22. West Bridgewater (5-1)

23. New Mission (1-1)

24. Hamilton-Wenham (6-3)

25. Valley Tech (5-3)

26. Snowden International (4-1)

27. Leicester (4-4)

28. Bishop Connolly (2-09)

29. Winthrop (6-5)

30. Uxbridge (4-6)

31. Cape Cod Academy (1-5)

32. Tech Boston (2-1)

Other locals looking in

35. Clinton (2-6)

36. Bay Path (6-1)

39. Burncoat (4-3)

42. Bartlett (4-5)

51. Blackstone-Millville (2-5)

57. Assabet Valley

58. Southbridge (0-8)

59. South Lancaster (2-4)

61. Bethany Christian (0-1)

63. Trivium (0-3)

Division 5

1. Hoosac Valley (7-1)

2. Springfield International (6-1)

3. Taconic (4-3)

4. Carver (5-2)

5. Millis (8-4)

6. Drury (5-2)

7. Hopedale (7-1)

8. Lee (4-0)

9. Palmer (6-3)

10. Monson (3-6)

11. Turners Falls (5-3)

12. Granby (1-5)

13. West Boylston (7-1)

14. McCann Tech (2-3)

15. Mt. Greylock (2-5)

16. Maynard (4-5)

17. David Prouty (6-5)

18. Quaboag (6-2)

19. Franklin County Tech (7-2)

20. Smith Academy (5-4)

21. Georgetown (4-7)

22. Douglas (4-2)

23. Greenfield (3-4)

24. Green Academy (2-0)

25. St. Mary's-Westfield

26. John J. Duggan Academy (3-0)

27. Hull (3-6)

28. Pioneer Valley (2-7)

29. Westport (3-4)

30. Academy of the Pacific Rim (1-1)

31. Mohawk Trail (5-4)

32. St. Bernard's (5-2)

Other locals looking in

35. Ayer-Shirley (3-5)

36. Tahanto (5-3)

37. Sutton (3-5)

42. Bromfield (4-3)

46. North Brookfield (2-4)

59. Oxford (2-8)

61. Gardner (4-4)

66. Whitinsville Christian (1-6)

72. Parker (1-3)

73. Narragansett (0-8)

76. Abby Kelley (1-4)

86. Sizer (0-4)

Contact Jim Wilson at james.wilson@telegram.com. Follow him on Twitter @JimWilsonTG.

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