By Ryan Kilian @masspreps NEEDHAM – No. 8 Hingham and No. 11 Needham went head-to-head on Saturday in a big late-season, nonleague match-up between two of the top programs in the MIAA. After an even first half that saw both teams flex their defensive muscles, Hingham (17-3) came out in the third quarter and put on one of the performances of the year, running off ten-straight second half goals, to earn a 15-7 victory. With the game tied at 5-5 at the half and Hingham facing a critical man-down to open the third quarter, Hingham head coach John Todd sensed that was a crucial time in the game. “That was a huge momentum changer," Todd said of the penalty kill to start the the qua

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