DEDHAM - No team has won more ISL titles than Belmont Hill, but the wait to get back on top of the mountain was far longer than anyone wearing a Sextants' uniform would have liked. A 10-goal third quarter paved the way for a dominant 19-6 win in Sunday's ISL title game against No. 6 Middlesex held at Nobles, giving BH its 14th championship overall and first since 2017. The top-seeded Sextants finished 17-1 and 14-0 against ISL opponents in a truly historic season. "People hear Belmont Hill and they think championship team every single year," said defenseman Finn Fox who not only helped shut down Middlesex superstar Owen C

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