I couldn't find this specifically for MACHA and it appears to be something that is set at the local level BUT in reviewing other ACHA regions here's how tiebreakers typically work.
The first tiebreaker is head to head, and then the second tie-breaker is goal differential. Makes sense to me but this may not be accurate for the MACHA. Maybe the WSR guys will reach out to some of their contacts and get clarification.
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