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Kirkland moved into second place of the House Soccer League yesterday with a 3 to 0 victory over Leverett. It was the first defeat for the Bunnies, dropping them to third place.
In House touch football competition, a powerful Dudley team swamped Eliot, 44 to 6, while Adams topped Lowell by 20 to 12.
Mower and Stoughton both won 1 to 0 forfeits when Weld South and Wiggles-worth East failed to appear for freshman touch football games. In the National League competition, Grays defeated Matthews-South, 6 to 0.
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