by Ryan Kilian (@masspreps) BELMONT –  Undefeated Belmont Hill entered Wednesday’s ISL match-up, with one-loss Nobles, looking to remain in control of their 2016 destiny in the always-competitive ISL. With three one-loss teams, including Nobles, in hot pursuit of the top spot, Belmont Hill knew that they would be in for a battle all afternoon. “Every single possession, even when the ball was on the ground, was going to matter today,” Belmont Hill coach Tim Sullivan said. Overtime would decide this calculated chess match between ISL leaders, as Belmont Hill’s Timmy Seibel would end it with 2:04 remaining in the first extra frame, propelling Belmont Hill to an 8-7 win.

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