BRAINTREE - Three wins against stiff competition to open the year is valuable, but Belmont Hill was still waiting for the season to really start with league play. One of the best in the country, the ISL provides a playoff-like atmosphere more often than not from March-May. The campus of Thayer Academy was buzzing with various athletic events on Saturday morning and fans two rows deep lining the fence on the opposite side of the benches provided what BH had been missing. Thayer thrived off that energy and the performance of FOGO Jackson Henehan while cutting a five-goal third quarter deficit to just two heading to the fourth, but Belmont Hill and goalie Matthew Torrey (8 saves) held on fo

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