NEEDHAM - Leading by just one in a typical back-and-forth ISL matchup on Wednesday afternoon, St. Sebs needed a big fourth quarter to hold off Tabor. The Arrows got it, hanging on for an important 12-9 win. Sebs (4-2, 2-2) got a hat trick from John Stenberg and two goals each from Tedy Frisoli, Charlie Hoffman and Cormac Walsh. Tabor (2-1, 1-1) got two goals apiece from Luke Handy, Evan O'Neil, Mitch Kavey and Brighton Fish. "It was," Sebs head coach Adam White said when asked if this was the type of game he expected. "I thought they were a really tough team. Both teams are young and kind of figuring some stuff out, but both teams played hard, so it was a battle on the field. We had to

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