NEEDHAM - For 24 minutes on a chilly and windy Wednesday afternoon, it appeared as if sixth-seeded Thayer was going to upset No. 3 St. Sebastian's in an ISL quarterfinal matchup. Thayer had won six straight coming in and rode that momentum to a four-goal halftime lead. Then, the Arrows woke up. Seb's held the Tigers to one second half goal while scoring nine to complete a remarkable turnaround and win 13-9. Charlie Hoffman had four goals and Matt Swirbalus had a third quarter hat trick. David Hahm grinded through an injury to win 15 face offs and Ryan Williamson wasn't tested much in the second half, but made big saves early when he needed to, finishing with five. Thayer got two goals

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