By Jake Levin @JakeLevin09  FOXBORO — There are 12 minutes on the clock in each quarter for a reason. In a game that was ultimately decided by two goals, a 10-second sequence at the conclusion of the first half between Westwood and Foxboro stood out. While the fifth-seeded Wolverines ultimately had to come from behind once more, their ability to play to the buzzer at the end of the first half is what enabled them to be successful in upsetting the fourth-seeded Warriors, 10-8, at Sam Berns Community Field on Thursday afternoon in a Division 2 Central-East quarterfinal. Owen Gaffney, whose four goals led all scorers in the game, helped Westwood tie the game, 3-3, with 10 seconds le

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