By Jake Levin @jakelevin09 HINGHAM— With a 9-7 loss to archrival Duxbury still fresh on their minds No. 1 Hingham bounced back in a decisive manner, earning a 15-7 win over red-hot No. 17 Needham on Saturday afternoon. It was the third game in four days for the Harbormen (15-1), who suffered their first loss of the season to Duxbury on Wednesday, before coming right back to rout Plymouth South on Thursday. Combining that workload with the goal to impress their special guests, Major League Lacrosse’s Boston Cannons, Hingham stepped on the gas early and never let up against the Rockets (10-5). Prior to Saturday Needham had won seven-game games in-a-row and was playing some of their b

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