By Jake Levin @JakeLevin09  BELMONT—St. Sebastian’s coach Adam White knew that at some point in the season, he would need secondary scoring to step up behind goal-scoring leader Michael Swirbalus. The coach’s plan came to fruition at the perfect time, with the top-ranked Arrows on the road at No. 2 Belmont Hill on Wednesday afternoon. While Swirbalus was shut off from the scoresheet, his playmaking partner Brian Piatelli, along with Jake Cusack were able to shine with all of the extra attention being paid to the gifted Duke commit, leading Seb’s to a 9-7 victory and sole possession of first place in the ISL. Swirbalus was covered mainly by Belmont Hill defenseman Blake Broo

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