By Nate Weitzer @nweitzer7 WAKEFIELD, Mass. – On May 11, Melrose gave Wakefield one of their toughest tests of the season, coming up just short in an 11-10 overtime loss. So, on Tuesday evening, when top-seeded Wakefield hosted rival No. 4 Melrose in a Division 2 North semifinal matchup at Landrigan Field, the Warriors were not taking any chances. Wakefield started strong, out of the gate, building a necessary 8-3 halftime lead, giving them the critical margin to hold on for a 12-11 victory. “The big thing about Melrose is that there’s no quit in them and they always play hard,” said Wakefield head coach Andrew Lavalle. “No matter how much you get up on them, you’ll stil

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