By Bruce Lerch WESTWOOD - Star players are expected to produce, even when it's as early as a team's season opener. Getting major contributions from several untested newcomers in a big game, however, gives Lincoln-Sudbury every reason to feel confident about its fortunes going forward. Attackmen Nick Brindisi and Eric Holden picked up where they left off season as Brindisi finished with four goals and three assists with Holden adding a hat trick and an assist. Midfielder Harlan Smart also turned in a s

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