CONCORD - Concord-Carlisle and Lexington had a different approach to the 'fastest game on two feet' during their Round of 32 MIAA playoff matchup Friday afternoon. In a rematch of the regular season finale just a week ago that the Patriots won by six, the Pats and Minutemen combined for just 11 goals in a tight 6-5 game that C-C won with a late defensive stand. Jason Swaim and Ryan Fivek had two goals each in the first quarter to lead the way offensively for Concord-Carlisle while Kal Lonergan had four saves in the cage. Lexington (8-11) nearly came back from a 5-0 halftime deficit on the back of a hat trick and an assist from Sean Crogan. Griffin Caravella's performance at the face

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