By Mike Abelson (@ABELS0N) ANDOVER – Lincoln-Sudbury did what it needed to do, and then some, to roll past Wellesley 16-3 in the opening round of the Coaches Challenge. The Warriors scored seven goals in the first quarter, on 54 percent shooting, and never looked back. Eric Holden had three goals and three assists for the Warriors, but it was Lincoln's ball distribution that was the key to the win. Twelve different Warriors scored, many of them underclassmen, in a valuable learning experience for the reigning division 1 state champions. “We had a lot of young kids score today, and that's what we were trying to do which is awesome for our program,” Lincoln-Sudbury coach Bria

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