Eastern Athletic Conference
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|Eastern Athletic Conference
The Eastern Athletic Conference, or EAC, is a high school sports conference consisting of teams in southeastern Massachusetts. The league is a subset of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. It is noted for having both a competitive conference, as well as one with an eclectic mix of both private and public schools. The current member institutions are Bishop Feehan High School, Bishop Stang High School, Coyle and Cassidy High School, Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, and Somerset Berkley Regional High School.
There are currently five schools that compose the Eastern Athletic Conference.
|Bishop Feehan High School||Attleboro||Green & Gold||Private Secondary||Shamrocks|
|Bishop Stang High School||Dartmouth||Maroon & Grey||Private Secondary||Spartans|
|Coyle-Cassidy High School||Taunton||Blue & Gold||Private Secondary||Warriors|
|Martha's Vineyard Regional High School||Oak Bluffs||Purple & White||Public Secondary||Vineyarders|
|Somerset-Berkley Regional High School||Somerset||Blue & White||Public Secondary||Raiders|
- Dartmouth High School - moved to the Old Colony League in 2006, then to Hockomock League in 2010.
- Attleboro High School - moved to the Old Colony League in 2006
- Bishop Connolly High School - moved to the Mayflower League in 2008.
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