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November 8, 2012

The top seed's winning formula

Farrell, Sedler provide strength at both ends of field for Pentucket


“He works year-round on his craft,” Langlois says of his starting keeper. “And it’s such a different skill-set. When you see a keeper who is really a fantastic keeper, he can make it look like it’s easy. To see the way that Cody can get to balls that are going so fast, he can read where people are going with their shots. He can get an early break on it.”

Farrell admits that the upcoming Concord-Carlisle semifinal gives him pause, but if his team plays the way they did in its 4-0 win against Dracut in the first round, it should do well. But, ever the backstop, Sedler has a more gritty opinion.

“I was reading something the other day that said, if you go into something thinking you’re going to lose, you’ve already lost,” says Sedler. “So if we go into that game thinking we’re going to win this, if we play our game and we play like we played against North Andover, Masco and Dracut, we’re going to win.”

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