By Jared Keene Boston Lax correspondent BOSTON - When it comes to the ISL, or even the state for that matter, it genuinely doesn’t get much bigger than No. 1 Belmont Hill taking on No. 3 St. Sebastian’s. The two longtime rivals are essentially the ISL lacrosse version of the Red Sox/Yankees rivalry, just without all the hate. And through it all, one thing is pretty much always guaranteed whenever they play: it’s going to be a battle. The latest installment in the rivalry came Friday night in front of a huge crowd at Boston University. A first half defensive battle opened up in the second half, but behind 14 saves from senior captain Matthew Torrey and a key fourth quarter, Be

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