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Posted: Thursday, October 11, 2012 12:00 am

NORFOLK - Aaron Morrissette notched the hat trick and the King Philip Regional boys' soccer team broke open a close game with five unanswered goals, the Warriors going on for the 7-1 victory over Foxboro Thursday at Freeman-Centennial School.

Morrissette, King Philip's senior captain, netted the first two goals in similar fashion, converting penalty kicks after teammate Jonathan Keys was taken down in the box. It stayed 2-0 through the half, but Foxboro made things interesting at the outset of the second half, Brian Ellard knocking down a corner kick and threading home a shot to cut the lead to 2-1.

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