By Bruce Lerch WELLESLEY - With a trio of talented attackmen like Grant Gregory, Bailey Laidman and Will Spangenberg at the its disposal, Dover-Sherborn knows it will face a lot of pressure on those guys from opposing defenses. The key is getting production from others to offset the shut-offs. The Raiders had seven different goal-scorers in all and got big ones in the fourth quarter from Chris Williams and Joe Paolatto to hold off North Andover for a 14-12 victory in the Coaches Challenge Cup semifinals at Sprague Field. Dover-Sherborn (7-1) will defend its Cup title against Lincoln-Sudbury on Saturday (4 p.m.) at L-S. In a game truly defined by scoring runs, the Scarlet Knights

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