By Kevin Stone @kstone06  DOVER - The score may not indicate it, but Tuesday afternoon's non-league matchup between Dover-Sherborn and Wayland was a good old-fashioned goalie duel for the majority of the 48 minutes. Wayland's John Paugh (14 saves) and Dover-Sherborn's Matt Gallitano (13 saves) were both extremely impressive, but it was a four-goal performance from Raider senior Henry Kenney that ultimately propelled D-S to an 11-5 win. D-S is now 2-0 on the young season while Wayland's first-year head coach Justin Shaberly and his squad suffer their first defeat and drop to 2-1. "We didn't really know what to expect from Wayland coming in," D-S coach Brian McLaughlin said. "Our

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