By Jake Levin @jakelevin09 FOXBORO—Less ‘me,’ more ‘we.’ As soon as the Foxboro Warriors adhered to head coach Matt Noone's mantra on Tuesday morning, they were off to the races, earning a 12-4 win over the visiting Falmouth Clippers in the opening round of the 2018 Chowda Cup. “It was being selfless,” Noone said. “Drawing a double and making two passes, and then being able to shoot. I always tell them to get out of ‘me’ and into ‘we.’ I think in the first quarter, they all wanted to say ‘I got this, I can help us win.’ Which is great, I love that mentality, but within a team concept, it’s gotta be ‘we.’ And that’s what it turned into.” Lou

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