By Nate Weitzer  SUDBURY – When No. 2 Lincoln-Sudbury and No. 5 Acton-Boxboro meet on the lacrosse field, the pace of play increases, the intensity ramps up, and little plays become magnified in the context of one of the biggest rivalries in Massachusetts. On Tuesday afternoon at L-S, Tyler Clayton etched his name into the lore of a rivalry featuring the top teams in the Dual County League (and often in D1 North). With his team holding on to a 10-9 lead in the final minutes, the sophomore midfielder seemed to give his man, Zach Lucchini, a clear path to the cage, but Clayton recovered and poked the ball out of Lucchini's stick to prevent a shot, gain possession for A-B, and eventual

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