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The goal keeper

Nick Rizzo took memories of his murdered brother to Rwanda and built a place for kids to play

Nick Rizzo at the JJonathan Rizzo Soccer Field in Kingston, on Boston's South Shore.
Nick Rizzo at the JJonathan Rizzo Soccer Field in Kingston, on Boston's South Shore. (Globe Staff Photo / Essdras M. Suarez) Globe Staff Photo / Essdras M. Suarez
By Bella English
Globe Staff / March 20, 2007

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In Kingston on Boston's South Shore, the Jonathan Rizzo Soccer Field with its bright lights and bleachers is a fitting memorial to the young man who loved the game and played on his hometown teams. In a barren refugee camp in Rwanda, seven time zones away, there's another Jonathan Rizzo Soccer Field. There are no lights or bleachers, but there's ... (Full article: 1578 words)

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