By Jake Levin @JakeLevin477 WESTWOOD—There is getting even, and then there is No. 16  BC High’s flipping of the script on Thursday night at Xaverian. No. 22  stymied the Eagles on offense in a 6-4 victory in the teams’ first meeting of the season on April 25 in Dorchester. Fast forward to tonight, and BC High blitzed out to an 8-0 lead by the end of the first quarter, scored the first 11 goals of the game in all and held steady for a 13-5 final at the Hawk Bowl. “I think we’ve been waiting to break out like that,” Eagles head coach Steve Lydon said after the game. “We had a really great fourth quarter against CM the other day. I think guys are starting to see what we

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