By Michael Abelson BELMONT – Belmont Hill needed everything to beat St. Sebastian's on a windy Wednesday afternoon, and that included a goal from the backup goalie. The Hillies used a five-goal second quarter, that was capped by a goal from backup goalie Reed Junkin 14 seconds before halftime, to earn a lead they wouldn't lose as they escaped with a 10-8 win over the Arrows. Junkin, a Penn commit, had the day off in his rotation with C.J. Layton. Layton, a Colby commit, was spectacular with 11 saves in cage. “The way things have gone since their sophomore year is CJ's played the Wednesday games and Reed's play

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