By Jake Levin @JakeLevin477 HANOVER—Physical play swayed in Duxbury’s favor, as the Dragons muscled their way to a 16-7 victory over the Hanover Indians on Monday afternoon. The battle in the trenches opened things up for Riley Bergstrom and Jack Wood on the attack for Duxbury (2-0), with the duo combining for 11 of the Dragons’ goals in the game. “It’s something we’ve lacked in the last couple of years, a potent attack,” Duxbury head coach Chris Sweet said after the game. “They [Bergstrom and Wood] are goal scorers. So it’s a good sign that we’re getting some production out of our attack.” The pair bookended production for the Dragons, helping to build up a

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