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Children scrimmaged on a recent Soccer Saturday in Lincoln. Scores aren’t kept in order to protect players’ feelings and preserve their interest in the sport, but some children count the goals anyway.

Keeping score isn't goal -- or is it?

By Mike Reiss
Globe Staff / June 5, 2006

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LINCOLN -- The pint-sized player booted the soccer ball into the net, then thrust his arms out like an airplane, and zoomed back toward his own goal. (Full article: 848 words)

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