By Jake Levin @JakeLevin09  HINGHAM— After exchanging goals in a back-and-forth first quarter, Lincoln-Sudbury found themselves in a tight one with Dual County League rival Concord Carlisle on Thursday. The game would change quickly, however, once the clock started to open the second quarter. Finn Garrity’s goal 1:16 into the frame broke a 2-2 tie and would put the Warriors ahead for good, igniting a 7-0 run for No. 2 L-S launching them into the Bugbee Coaches Challenge Cup Final, with a 14-5 win at Hingham High School. “The kids are playing tough and that’s all I’m asking them to do right now,” L-S coach Brian Vona said. “That’s Game 6; we’ve got to win eight gam

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