By Michael Abelson ACTON – The ends, an 11-8 win over rival Acton-Boxboro, was what Lincoln-Sudbury wanted, but the means of getting it was more cringe than cool. The Warriors were outscored over the final three quarters 8-7, and turned the ball over 13 times. A four-goal run over a 3:35 stretch of the first quarter proved to be the difference. “We jumped them early, and we didn't think we had to keep jumping,” Lincoln-Sudbury coach Brian Vona said. “Credit to AB, they played hard the whole game. We did not attack. I feel like we need to play tougher on offense. Very big situations we turn the ball over. It's a credit to AB; they played tough. It's some things we got to

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