BELMONT - Coming off a busy vacation week at the Coaches Cup, Winchester just wanted to come away with a win against Middlesex League foe Belmont on Tuesday, no matter what it looked like. In some pretty miserable conditions, the Sachems’ defense continued its stifling ways to go along with a nine-point performance from Sam McDonald en route to a 12-3 win. Winchester (8-1, 3-0) has won games in a variety of different ways so far this season, which is ultimately the sign of a very good team. Belmont (3-4, 0-3) did get a standout performance from sophomore goalie Nate Moss (17 saves) despite the loss. “We knew we returned some strong players on the defensive end this year, so we fel

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