By Ryan Kilian @masspreps WESTON -- Leading 7-4 at the half, No. 9 Rivers came out of the break and seized control of both sides of the field, outscoring St. Mark's 6-0 in the second half, on their way to a 13-4 win. "We started the game a little streaky," Rivers Coach Justin Walker said after the game. "The third quarter and second half were a great indicators of what we can do when we start to put things together." Rivers (4-1, 2-0 in ISL) was led by the elite play of goalie Ben Churchill and attack Matt Paul. Churchill made 12 big saves, and showed off his clearing and outlet prowess, while pitching a second half shutout behind the Red Wing's defense. [caption id="attachment_1

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