By Willy Wright BostonLax Correspondent SUDBURY - After falling behind 6–0 late in the second quarter on Monday, Reading head coach Charlie Hardy called for a timeout with two minutes remaining in the first half. Moments later, a quick move and a goal from Senior Ethan Haggerty finally got Reading on the board and allowed the team to breathe a sigh of relief. Hardy said the team settled down and played their game after that en route to a huge 9-6 upset over Lincoln-Sudbury. The Rockets are now 9-1 while the Warriors fell to 6-4. This was Reading's first win ever over the L-S program. “Coach Hardy has great speeches and he got us fired up,” Haggerty said. “We live for the

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