BYFIELD - Comfortably sitting in third in the ISL entering a road matchup against Govs on Friday evening, St. Sebs could play free and without any pressure. Still, with the top seed still up for grabs, tiebreakers still very much in play and a matchup with Nobles looming to close out the regular season, the Arrows wanted to make sure they weren't taking their foot off the gas heading into the final week. They most certainly did not. Sebs (10-3, 8-1) sprinted out to a four-goal lead early and never looked back, cruising to a 16-8 victory. With star FOGO and Harvard commit Owen Umansky out for Govs, David Hahm took advantag

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