By Nate Weitzer CHELMSFORD – Of all the tight-knit programs in Massachusetts lacrosse, Lincoln-Sudbury has one of the strongest traditions, and part of that is owed to the service of dedicated lacrosse lifers like the late Yoshitaka Ando. The former 33-year trainer for L-S and 2016 Eastern Massachusetts Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee died suddenly in 2019 from cancer, but his legacy lives on, and in Wednesday afternoon's Division 1 North semifinal, his middle son, Kyle, scored the opening goal and netted his first hat trick to pace the fifth-seeded Warriors in a 16-5 win at top-seeded Chelmsford. “This team means a lot to me,” said Kyle Ando, “I've been around it for years.

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