By Kevin Stone (@kstone06) DORCHESTER - The highly anticipated Division I state championship rematch between the top two teams in Massachusetts couldn’t possibly live up to the hype, could it? It most certainly did. BC High hosted St. John’s Prep on a perfect night for lacrosse on Tuesday. Both teams came in unbeaten and entered the fourth quarter tied at seven goals apiece. SJP got some key stops late from Teddy Cullinane (16 saves) and pulled away with a 4-1 run to close the out the game to win 11-8. BC High (3-1) had outscored opponents 66-21 entering this one. Andrew Toland was incredible, making 20 saves in a duel with Cullinane. However, it was the defense and timely scorin

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