Story & Photos by Jake Levin (@JakeLevin477) HINGHAM - Letting down after their first win over their biggest rival  in 16 seasons? Not the Hingham Harbormen, who parlayed their emotions from a historic win over Duxbury into a 16-1 rout of the Algonquin Tomahawks to stay red hot. “We’re clicking somewhat on all cylinders,” Hingham head coach John Todd said after the game. “It’s coming together. We’re playing well.” Senior midfielder Jake Brodie had six goals before halftime – four in the second quarter – for the Harbormen, who are now 11-4 and have won six of seven overall. Hingham hasn’t lost to an in-state opponent since April 23 in a one-goal loss to the D

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