At least nothing is something. When it comes to Massachusetts high school boys lacrosse, just knowing that you can’t know anything for sure is the only advantage you can hope to garner.
Yes, the lack of an entire season of MIAA play has cast the kingdoms of all the shoreline and inland empires into absolute unrelenting chaos. But all is not lost.
Amongst the ashes of reclassifications, PGs and lost seniors will rise a new group of challengers, some with familiar faces, and some from the older houses.
With Thursday marking the first day of games in the MIAA, we examined contenders and players to watch from all three of the state’s divisions.