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Johnson High youth soccer camp slated for June 23-25

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The Johnson High Summer Soccer Camp will take place June 23-25 at the school's Billy Ellis Memorial Stadium.<br /> <br /> Sessions will last from 5-8 p.m. <br /> <br /> Cost is $40 per child, $30 for a second sibling.<br /> <br /> The camp is open to boys and girls Ages 4-12. Players will be grouped by age and ability level.<br /> <br /> The goal of our camp is for youth players to learn, interact, and compete with players of similar ability while receiving quality coaching and instruction from the JHS coaching staff and personalized attention from current and former JHS players. Each day will be divided into eight separate training sessions, two of which will involve small-sided competitive games. <br /> <br /> Campers will be provided snacks and will receive a JHS Camp shirt following completion of the camp.<br /> <br /> <br /> While the JHS program will supply much of the equipment used, players are asked to bring shin guards, cleats, large water bottle, and an appropriately-sized ball.<br /> <br /> To make a reservation by June 20, email knightkidcamps@gmail.com.
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