By Kevin J. Stone @kstone06 DEDHAM - Clinging to a one-goal lead heading into the fourth quarter on Friday afternoon, Belmont Hill head coach Tim Sullivan wasn’t sure what was going to happen, but knew even before taking the field his squad was going to be in a dog fight against Noble & Greenough, and boy were they ever. Belmont Hill senior goalie Mike Marinello (11 saves) stood tall down the stretch, junior Braden Reilly tallied five goals, Luke Curtin won 18 faceoffs and the defense did just enough for the Sextants to hold on for a thrilling 13-12 win in a true playoff atmosphere. Belmont Hill remains unbeaten atop the ISL at 7-0 while the loss was the first this season for

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