By Mike Flanagan –@fLAno0  WESTWOOD -- On April 13, Xaverian took down Duxbury 13-11 in a game that featured five goals from Trevor Carroll. On Friday night, the two Division 1 heavyweights met again in the South quarterfinals, and the No. 6 Dragons proved that past meetings mean very little come tournament time. Despite a late comeback bid by the No. 3 Hawks, Duxbury fought to a 9-8 win with Duncan Gillis (9 saves) turning aside the would-be tying goal on a shot by Jack Daoust at the buzzer, allowing the Dragons to advance.   “He was great today, great,” said Duxbury coach Chris Sweet on the play of Gillis. “They have some big-time players, some guys that can r


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