By Ryan Kilian CONCORD – After dropping two of their first three games by one goal each, Middlesex found themselves in an unfamiliar position, looking up from the bottom of the ISL pack. Since suffering their second defeat of the season, a 6-5 loss to Nobles on April 11, Middlesex has righted the ship and there may not be a hotter team in the state. Middlesex, playing at the top of their game on Wednesday, defeated the visiting St. Sebastian’s Arrows, 8-1, to win their fifth straight contest and improve to 6-2 on the season. “I am just real proud of these kids today,” Middlesex coach Ned Herter said after the game. “They really did a good job against a real good St. S

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