By Brando Martinez (@iibrandoii) A dominant defensive effort helped MIAA No. 4 Lincoln-Sudbury to a 7-2 victory over Concord-Carlisle on Thursday to advance to Saturday's Coach's Cup championship game against No. 5 Hingham. "Concord is such a well-coached team. It's always a battle," said Lincoln-Sudbury head coach Brian Vona. "It's what we love about this tournament. All the kids on both these teams really respect one another." Kyle Ando led the Warriors with a hat trick while Riley O'Connell scored once and dished out two helpers. The tournament was formed and dedicated to the life of Ando's late father, Yoshitaka, a long-time trainer

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