The Gainesville High soccer program will put on the Red Elephant Soccer Camp at Gainesville College June 25-29.<br />
Sessions will last from 9 a.m. to noon each day.<br />
The camp is open for all boys and girls of all ability levels, ages 7-13. <br />
The focus of the camp will be to improve the player's technical ability, tactical decisions, and physical ability though different fun activities and games. <br />
Register online at the Gainesville State College website or call 678-717-3605.<br />
Campers will be placed in an age appropriate group and follow this a daily schedule:<br />
-- 9-9:45 a.m. -- Warm up and individual technical/skill work<br />
-- 10-11a a.m. -- Age/ability appropriate training with coaches working on the topic of the day<br />
-- 11:15 a.m. to noon -- Games
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