By Nate Weitzer @nweitzer7  SUDBURY – Acton-Boxboro coach Pat Ammendolia had no time for histrionics after his team earned a thrilling, 9-8 come-from-behind overtime victory over No. 1 Lincoln-Sudbury. The veteran coach corralled his players and tried to calm them down despite the tangible implications of a huge Dual County League win and the boisterous confidence shown by his players after scoring a second straight overtime win over a perennial powerhouse. Because although his team was immersed in celebration, Ammendolia knew that there was plenty of work ahead for the Colonials (12-1) this season and in the state tournament. So, he simply escorted his players to the bus and got

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