This past Saturday, Groton hosted Middlesex, as the ISL season rolled into week number two. In week #1, Middlesex beat Lawrence Academy convincingly 14-4, while Groton lost to St. Mark’s in OT 7-6, which was a surprising result. In a game that was a lot closer than the score indicated, it would be visiting Middlesex Z, who would come out on top, defeating Groton 11-5 to improve to 3-0 on the season. In the BostonLax ISL pre-season poll, Middlesex was ranked #4, and Groton was ranked #10, but the two teams also share some similarities. Both teams are equipped with strong defensive units, led by talented senior poles, including two of the top poles in New England. Middlesex is led by co-ca

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