School stands by punishment of Kennett High players who killed duck
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While calling the killing of a duck by Kennett High School football players appalling and “a very good example of very bad behavior,” Conway school officials and the head of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, respectively, are defending the multiple punishments meted out to the players despite an online campaign which says they’re insufficient.

On Tuesday, Col. Kevin Jordan of Fish and Game said that in the latter part of August, the Kennett Eagles football team was attending a football camp in Moultonborough on Lake Winnipesaukee when a group of players eating lunch fed some nearby ducks in the water.

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