ACTON - Face offs, defense, goaltending and some timely scoring. It's a time-tested method for winning lacrosse. On Wednesday evening at Leary Field, that's exactly how third-seeded Acton-Boxborough took down 14th-seeded Chelmsford 11-3 in a Division 1 Sweet 16 matchup. The Revolution got seven goals from Cam Matthews, but also got an impressive first half face off performance from returning FOGO Mike Calvo who had been out injured. Mr. Reliable in-between the pipes Will Steinkrauss made 11 saves and the defense forced the Lions into numerous turnovers. Chelmsford's best performance came from goalie Joe Tays, who made seven impressive saves despite the loss. A-B (16-4) now has anoth

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