BELMONT - From the first day of practice until the final whistle blew on the ISL championship on Sunday, Nobles never talked about repeating. Did they think about it? Maybe from time to time, but collectively, the word "repeat" was never uttered. This year's Dawgs were simply writing their own chapter in the Nobles lacrosse history books. In front of a shoulder-to-shoulder, five-deep crowd lining the sideline and dozens upon dozens more using the balcony at Belmont Hill looking over the sun-splashed field, Nobles finished off back-to-back titles with a 14-10 win over Governors. The No. 1 player in Mass

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