By Mike Flanagan (@flano0) DANVERS - Halftime adjustments can make or break a game. Sometimes, the adjustments are macro - like changing a defensive scheme or shifting guys around. Other times, adjustments are micro but still make all the difference. In Tuesday’s Division I quarterfinal match against No. 8 Needham, top-seeded St. John’s Prep made the simplest but in the end the most effective halftime adjustment: relaxing. “Just…. relax a little bit,” said St. John’s Prep head coach John Pynchon on what he told his team after carrying a 6-2 lead into halftime. “I think we had a little stress in the first half. We had a couple turnovers and hats off to Needham. They pl

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