By Jake Levin @JakeLevin09 WELLESLEY— Wellesley Raiders’ goaltender Teddy Darcey admitted after the game that he was seeing the ball well against the Melrose Red Raiders on Monday afternoon. Going head-to-head against an undefeated Melrose team, who was looking for yet another big nonleague victory, Darcey would help deny the Red Raiders all afternoon, dealing Melrose their first loss of the season, 9-5. Darcey finished the game with 14 saves, including one with just 15 seconds left on the clock, taking a shot off his groin to keep his shutout fourth quarter intact. There was a brief stoppage in play for Darcey to regain his bearings, but after the game, all he cared about was

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