By Jake Levin @jakelevin477 NEEDHAM—One more win is all that stands between the Duxbury Dragons and Nickerson Field at Boston University. No. 3 Duxbury took to the road to pull off the upset over the No. 2 Needham Rockets, the Dragons racking up postseason-high 14 goals to prevail 14-7 in a game that was never in doubt. The brilliance of goaltender Henry Weld (14 saves) and midde Riley Bergstrom (game-high five goals) carried Duxbury, a program that’s trying to snap a lengthy – by its standards – five year state championship drought. “If you show up to our practice, they play like that in practice,” Dragons head coach Chris Sweet said after the game of his stars. “I

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