By Nate Weitzer NATICK – In playoff lacrosse, attitude and energy can have a great impact on the ebb and flow of momentum. BC High's offense started slowly in Friday's Division 1 South semifinal at Natick, but the defense and ride controlled the action, allowing the attack to get going with eight unanswered goals in a 12-7 victory. BC High (13-3) advances to the D1 South Final for the fourth time in five seasons and will face Ni. 1 seed Franklin (18-0) on Friday at 7 p.m. - in Franklin, for a chance to play in the State Championship game on June 30th. “It was playoff lacrosse in the first quarter,” said BC High coach Marcus Craigwell. “And we just had to stick to our gun

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