By Jared Keene BostonLax Correspondent SHREWSBURY - Monday was not a typical day at St. John’s Prep, but Tuesday was a new day with new opportunities. After a scary situation at the school that ultimately resulted in good news, the Eagles went about their business as usual on Tuesday and traveled to rival St. John's Shrewsbury. Although Prep did start slow and found itself only up by one at the half, a huge six-goal run in the third quarter led the way for a 15-5 rout of the Pioneers. Prep - which shared the Catholic Conference title with BC High (its lone in-state loss) - is now 16-1 with its regular season finale coming on Saturday at home against Hingham. SJS dropped to 7-10. “It

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