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By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / August 21, 2008

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STOW - Ethan Zohn tried to putt the golf ball into the hole. "Can I kick it in?" said the Lexington native, who is better known for his soccer prowess. He played professional soccer on Cape Cod, in Hawaii, and in Zimbabwe before winning $1 million on CBS's "Survivor: Africa" in 2002. But those skills didn't help much last Friday ... (Full article: 1013 words)

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