BELMONT - One quarter is all it took for Belmont Hill to punch its ticket to the ISL title game on Sunday. Up by one against fifth-seeded Roxbury Latin after the first in a semifinal on Saturday, the Sextants scored five in the second, building a five-goal halftime lead and never looking back en route to a 13-8 win. Belmont Hill (16-1) will face sixth-seeded Middlesex at Nobles for the championship on Sunday (3:00) after the Zebras stunned No. 2 St. Sebastian's in the other semifinal. Ben DiBattista and Will Stewart led the way with hat tricks for BH and James Mullowney made 10 saves. For the Foxes (11-6), Jake Novak had a hat trick while Hayden Cody and Jake Popeo each potted tw

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