By Jake Levin @jakelevin11 HINGHAM—The top-seeded Harbormen were due for a test in their first year in the Division 1 South tournament. No. 4 Xaverian proved to be a more than a formidable opponent for Hingham well into the second half, trailing by only a goal early on in the third quarter. The Hawks could get no closer than putting a scare into the Harbormen, however, as Hingham eventually pulled away with a 10-4 victory on Tuesday night. “I think we just played solid team defense and that’s what we predicate everything we’re doing off of,” Harbormen coach John Todd said. “It doesn’t have to be one guy; if they all do what they’re capable of doing, it’s going to b

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