BYFIELD - Following its win over Middlesex in the ISL quarterfinals this past Wednesday, Governor's - like the rest of the Massachusetts lacrosse community - was stunned to hear that top-seeded and nationally ranked Belmont Hill had lost to Tabor. Head coach Tucker Sampson and his players had two immediate reactions. The first, was appreciation for one final home game in the semifinals on Saturday against that same eighth-seeded Tabor squad. The second, was don't let the opportunity slip away. They didn't. Fifth-seeded Governor's (9-7) never trailed during a rainy 11-8 semifinal win on Saturday, clinching a spot in the 2023 ISL championship game Sunday against the other nationall

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