By Nate Weitzer @nweitzer7 NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. –  On Thursday afternoon at Joe Walsh Stadium in North Andover, Division 3 power No. 22 Dover-Sherborn got a first-hand look at the top ranked public school team in Massachusetts, as the two-time defending D1 champion Lincoln-Sudbury Warriors defeated the Raiders, 15-5, in the semifinals of the 2017 Coaches Challenge Cup. With senior Hayden Frey (1 goal, five assists) controlling the action, No. 3 Lincoln-Sudbury (6-0) scored three goals in the first 4:20 of play and led 9-2 by halftime. “Hayden has great vision,” said Lincoln-Sudbury head coach Brian Vona. “We need other kids to shoot well. We probably would’ve had 10 goals

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