Contributing staff: Mike Flanagan, Nate Weitzer, and Ryan Kilian BOSTON – A defense can game plan to stop or contain one prolific scorer, but when a team has two equally lethal weapons, it can be nearly impossible to stop. Reading's star duo of Jack Geiger and Mike Tobin proved too much for Concord-Carlisle in Saturday's Division 2 state final, combining for nine unassisted goals in a 13-9 victory to earn the first state title in program history. C-C (18-6) took an early 4-1 lead and held a 6-3 advantage midway through the second quarter, but Geiger and Tobin began to exert their will, routinely bulling their way towards the cage for tough individual goals, as Reading went on a st

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