NEEDHAM - For about five minutes on Saturday, it looked as if Nobles goalie Matt Tully and St. Seb's goalie Ryan Williamson were going to steal the show. Both still had excellent performances, but the offenses soon woke up and in a back-and-forth battle with the second and third seeds in next week's ISL tournament up for grabs, it was the Nobles offense pulling away for the 17-11 win. Grayson McClements led the Dawgs' impressive bounce-back effort after the Belmont Hill loss with five goals and four assists. Tuck Gilbane added four and Brody Upton had a hat trick. Tully finished with 10 saves. Meanwhile, St. Seb's got six goals from Tedy Frisoli and a hat trick from Charlie Hoffman. Wi

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