Boston Lax takes a look and breaks down Hingham vs. Longmeadow in today's D2 State Championship with thoughts from the coaching and scouting angle.   Hingham Offense vs Longmeadow Defense: Hingham’s offense is a high powered, attack that forces you to be disciplined and defend through multiple phases of each possession. Keep an eye out for a pass-down, pick-down opening on slow break possessions, with off ball action looking for the easy looks. Hingham will play substitution games with 33 (Higgins) at LSM, at times leaving him on the field if they prefer to hold one of your offensive midfielders out there. Once forced to play settled 6v6 offense, the field is titled to their left

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