By Phil Garceau WORCESTER – In the early going it was apparent that the style of play between Foothill-Santa Ana (CA) and Medfield was different, as the Knights’ west-coast style of play clashed with the Warriors east-coast style, but after the feeling-out period wore off, both teams excelled at what they do best, scoring goals. A total of nine goals were scored in the fourth quarter between the two offensive powers, including seven in the final 5:06 of the game. But it was Medfield’s Kevin McCordic’s goal that was the biggest, as his goal with 11.5 second remaining in the game, knotted the score at 13, sending the much-hyped game into overtime. After chances presented thems

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