1. Bonny Eagle (8-0) (2)

The Scots had the confidence to go for the two-point conversion down by one at home to Thornton. It worked, and now the Scots get homefield advantage in the playoffs.

2. Thornton Academy (7-1) (1)

A win over Bonny Eagle would have set up a possible playoff rematch at home for the Golden Trojans. But even in defeat they showed they can win in Standish.

3. Portland (7-1) (3)

The Portland-South Portland rivalry was one-sided in week eight, with the Bulldogs winning 47-0 on the road. Now one of the hottest teams in the state gets a bye week to start the playoffs.


4. Brunswick (8-0) (4)

The Dragons get a week off after rolling through Class B North. They’ll await either Messlonskee or Skowhegan in the second round of the playoffs. The Dragons will be heavily favored.

5. Kennebunk (8-0) (5)

There was no let-down for the Rams, who beat Noble 27-7 to end the regular season. Now they start the playoffs against Leavitt, who they didn’t see during the regular season.

6. Biddeford (7-1) (6)

The Tigers made the trip up to Turner look easy, and let off some steam after losing to Kennebunk the week before. They’ll be a movtivated bunch in the playoffs.


7. Cape Elizabeth (8-0) (8)

Something finally slowed down the Capers, and it was the Wells defense. But 13 points was enough to give Cape Elizabeth homefield advantage in the playoffs.

8. Brewer (7-1) (9)

The Witches blasted Hampden Academy to end the regular season. Now they get a week off to prepare for Lawrence or Cony, then hopefully a rematch with Brunswick.

9. Wells (7-1) (7)

The Warriors have plenty to lament after a sloppy loss to Cape Elizabeth. A playoff rematch will now be on the road, and Wells will work on executing better next time.

10. Scarborough (6-2) (10)

The Red Storm are a rematch against South Portland — 38-6 win during the regular season — away from a rematch at Thornton Academy, where they kept it close for a while.

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