By Jake Levin @jakelevin09 CONCORD—Patience paid off in a big way for the No. 21 Concord-Carlisle Patriots on Friday night, as they played host to Dual County League rival Acton-Boxboro. Led by a balanced offensive attack and the stellar goaltending of senior Ben Kacher (15 saves) the Patriots (8-3) would prevail with a hard-fought, 9-4 victory over the No. 24 Colonials (10-5). After facing an initial 1-0 deficit on the first of Jake Erickson’s three goals for A-B, C-C began to figure things out on the offensive end. Jack Bowen tied the game at 1-1 with 3:03 remaining in the first quarter, and the Patriots would take the lead for good just 39 seconds later on a Derek Stout tall

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