By Mike Abelson (@ABELSoN) DOVER – When it rains it pours, and on a sunny day at Nora Searle field Bailey Laidman was a monsoon. The Dover-Sherborn junior racked up five goals and two assists, including three straight scores in the first 2:40 of the second quarter, to lead the Raiders past Catholic Memorial 14-8 in the season opener for both. Laidman's big run came as a result of a three-minute, locked-in penalty called on a CM player for an illegal stick. Two of the goals were lasers that caught just inside the far post. “It's great to get the first of the season over with, that's for sure,” Laidman said. “The team came out with a helluva enough. A three-minute man-up is

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