By Nate Weitzer @nweitzer7 DEDHAM –Rivers goalie Ben Churchill saved his best performance for last. The Princeton-bound senior stopped 12 of 17 shots on goal to lead the Red Wings in a 12-5 win at Independent School League rival Noble & Greenough, marking the first victory at Nobles in program history. The win creates a tie for second place in the ISL between No. 4 Rivers (14-4, 12-3 ISL) and No. 5 Nobles (15-4, 11-3 ISL), with Nobles still scheduled to host Milton Academy on Friday, May 26. “We didn’t practice like we were out of [ISL] title contention,” Churchill said. “All week we said, ‘Who cares if we’re out of it, we’re going to go out and win this game

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