By Nate Weitzer @nweitzer7 WESTWOOD – When you have the success of a premier lacrosse program like Lincoln-Sudbury , you can hold players to a higher standard. Despite holding on for a 9-5 victory at Xaverian on Thursday evening, Warriors head coach Brian Vona was upset with the execution of his players. “We need people who want to step up and play and people are petrified,” said Vona. “I haven’t seen that in eight or nine years as the coach at Lincoln-Sudbury high school. We just played afraid and it was tough to watch.” Vona was partially upset because the Hawks (2-2) were missing top scorer and Penn State commit Sean Sperzel due to a shoulder injury, while starting

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