By Joe Parello (@Herewegojoe) GRAFTON -- Grafton seems to be finding itself at the end of the regular season, and the Indians grabbed a little momentum heading into the Division 3 Central/West tournament, knocking off Central Mass power Algonquin 8-5 Wednesday afternoon. A hot and muggy day had both teams sucking wind before halftime, but it was Grafton's (15-5) crisp passing and smothering defense that won out. Algonquin (12-6) was without All-American midfielder Mike Martens, who injured his wrist in Saturday's loss to St. John's (Shrewsbury), and the T-Hawks Hunter Fraser had two goals and three assists for Grafton

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