By Ryan Kilian @masspreps DEDHAM –  No. 2 Governor’s and No. 3 Nobles squared off on Wednesday with first place on the line in the always exciting and competitive ISL. Nobles, riding a ten game winning streak, came out firing early, striking first and never looking back, as they defeated Governor’s 12-5, moving into a first-place tie with Gov’s atop the ISL standings. “They are a really talented group,” Nobles coach Matt Rowley said of Gov's. "We had to win each possession, win each groundball, and make our offense count - and we did all those things today." Nobles midfielder Nick Loring made his presence felt early, as the senior standout scored the Bulldog’s fir

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