By Jake Levin @jaketlevin BELMONT—Less than 24 hours after an emotional 10-9 road win for Belmont Hill over Governor’s Academy, the same two teams lined up for a grudge match. The top-ranked Sextants were able to rally around the loss of star attack Zach Travaglini to injury in Friday’s affair, cruising to a convincing 15-8 victory over seventh-ranked Govs and moving to 10-1 on the season. Without Travaglini, a BU commit, Belmont Hill’s offense ran primarily through attacks Braden Reilly (five goals, assist) and Adam Figler (two goals, four assists) against Govs Saturday, but with contributions up and down its lineup from all parts of the field. “We pride ourselves on our depth

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