By Jake Levin @jakelevin477 NORWELL—After Ipswich attack Kilian Morrissey scored the first of his five goals, 1:07 into the first quarter, Ipswich never trailed. That was the case until Hanover's Mike McGlame tied the game with 20 seconds remaining in regulation. But McGlame’s tally for Hanover didn’t just tie the game, it put the finishing touches on a 6-1 fourth quarter run for the Indians. How could the Tigers possibly press the reset button after that? Charlie Gillis, that’s how. The senior faceoff maestro won the ensuing draw to himself, dashed down field, found some room and unleashed the game-winner, sending Ipswich to the D3 State Championship game, where they wil

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