By Jake Levin @JakeLevin09  DANVERS—Wes Rockett’s goal, seven minutes and twenty-five seconds into the third quarter, helped St. John’s Prep to a four-goal cushion over Xaverian, matching their largest lead of the game. The Eagles needed every ounce of breathing room, hanging on for dear life but showing what they are capable of in the process, handing the No. 1 ranked Hawks their first loss of the season, 9-8, on Thursday evening. Keys to victory for No. 13 St. John’s Prep (4-2) included a decisive advantage in possession thanks to Craig Yannone, who helped the Eagles win 13 out of 19 attempts on the faceoff-X, as well as netminder Alex Kreher, who matched his Xaverian cou

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