READING - The defending D2 champs wrapped up the regular season with an impressive, defense-first 7-3 win over Concord-Carlisle on Wednesday evening, but the game was almost secondary. That's because legendary coach Charles Hardy was honored after the game, with current and former players on hand. Current head coach Rob Parkin and C-C head coach Tom DaliCandro had a few words to say during the ceremony with both teams on the field. Reading (15-3) got four goals from Nate Mulvey while Cullen Granara, Joe Costelli and Aidan Koster all potted goals as well. Granara also reached 200 points for his career with three ass

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