DEDHAM - Usually, the hype surrounding a top tier matchup - in any sport at any level - always ends up being more entertaining than the game itself. That was not the case on Wednesday evening. Nobles hosted Belmont Hill with first place in the ISL on the line and the teams put on a show for the near 1,000 fans on hand lining the sideline facing the benches. In the end, a three-goal run for the visitors in the third quarter and a 15-save performance for Matt Torrey all but locked up the No. 1 seed for Belmont Hill with a 9-6 victory. Belmont Hill is unbeaten 13-0 (10-0 ISL) and barring an epic meltdown against St. Marks on Saturday, the Sextants will be the top seed in the playoffs n

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