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Without big game, many find the holiday lacking

“A lot of people are taking the hit for what they did,” said Bill Duggan, who has a grandson on theMaynard High team. “A lot of people are taking the hit for what they did,” said Bill Duggan, who has a grandson on theMaynard High team. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / November 25, 2010

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Like many others who call this former mill town home, Randy Paynter never misses the Thanksgiving Day high school football game. It seems that everyone in town is there, he said. It’s a reunion and a public prelude to the family feast. (Full article: 716 words)

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