By Mike Flanagan (@flano0) DEDHAM - No matter who came out on top, it would have been difficult to feel anything but appreciation for the winner of Monday’s ISL championship game between No. 3 Nobles and No. 8 Gov’s. It only took one batch of ISL playoffs for Gov’s to set the standard for future Cinderella runs. After getting in by way of Rivers pulling out at the last second, Gov's upset No. 1 Belmont Hill and No. 4 St. Sebastian’s in two all-time classic games to get to Monday's title bout. As for Nobles, the resilience shown by this pack of Bulldogs throughout the past two years has been one of the more inspirational storylines in the high school/prep lacrosse world. After star

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