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Breakers shoot for a foothold

New women's team eyes grassroots approach to compete in local sports market

Boston Breakers stretch after practice (Pat Greenhouse / Globe Staff) The Boston Breakers women's soccer team stretched after a practice.
By Shira Springer
Globe Staff / April 11, 2009

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When Erin Kimmelman spied US women's soccer star Angela Hucles at the Boston Breakers headquarters, the Woburn teenager asked for a picture. "Hold on a minute," said Hucles, producing the gold medal she won at the Beijing Olympics last summer. Hucles placed it around Kimmelman's neck. (Full article: 1557 words)

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