By Ryan Kilian @masspreps DEDHAM -- After a high-scoring battle on Friday, which resulted in a 15-12 victory for the No. 3 Bulldogs, head coach Matt Rowley knew his team had to make some adjustments defensively in order to have success in their back-to-back, home-and-home matchup with No. 8 Tabor Academy. The Nobles defense certainly responded, as they adjusted their matchups, techniques,  played more aggressively, and held Tabor in-check for most of the game, en route to an 11-8 win. "We were fortunate to pull this one out today," Rowley told after the game. "We played better defensively than yesterday, got some timely saves, and we are happy with the win. These seco

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