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'Battle' for bragging rights

There was a large crowd at Starr’s Mill Thursday night for the annual matches between Starr’s Mill and McIntosh’s varsity soccer teams. This year, the games were also part of “Battle for the Troops,” an event started by students to support U.S. troops and their families. Photo/Michael Boylan

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Dondol's picture

Goes to Starrs Mill Girls and McIntosh Boys, Boys won 4-1 in a very good game
with some questionable calls against McIntosh. Over all it was a Great night of Soccer in PTC.

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