By Jake Levin @JakeLevin09  NATICK—Entering the postseason with your two leading scorers out of commission is never ideal. Fortunately for seventh-seeded Natick, it was able to get one of them back in the lineup for its Division 1 South first-round matchup against 10th-seeded Silver Lake. After practicing on Monday for the first time in nearly two weeks due to an illness, senior attack Chris Burnes spent much of the first half finding his footing for the Redhawks. By the time he adjusted, Burnes had racked up seven points (five goals, two assists) over the final 26 minutes, 50 seconds of game action – including the game-winning strike with 1:10 left in overtime to send Natick t

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