Another ISL season has come and gone and Belmont Hill is back on top of the mountain. The Sextants took down Middlesex in the title game 19-6 for the program's 14th title and first since 2017. While a few teams still have some games scheduled, this will be our last ISL Top 10 for 2024. So, without further adieu, here's how we saw things shake out... 1. Belmont Hill - The champs went unbeaten in 14 league games (17-1 overall) including the postseason and absolutely obliterated the Zebras in Sunday's championship game. Top team in the league this year and probably one of the All-Time ISL teams given the level of talent and record.

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