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Cardinal Soccer Camp takes place Aug. 4-7

LAKEPORT, Calif. – The Clear High School Girls Varsity soccer team will host its 17th annual soccer camp for all levels and gender of players from ages 5 to 14.

Four-year-olds will be accepted on parent request.

The four-day camp will be held beginning on Monday, Aug. 4, and continuing through Thursday, Aug. 7.

Campers will meet from 9 a.m. until noon each day on the fields behind the gym at Clear Lake High School, 350 Lange St.

This is a great opportunity to get ready for the youth soccer season as most teams will begin practicing soon.  

The $60 registration fee includes a camp t-shirt.

A family discount of $5 per camper is also available if two or more campers register from the same family.

An additional “early bird” discount is available for campers who register in the Lakeport Unified School district Office before the first day of camp.  

Instruction will be provided by varsity coaches Alice Holmes and Paul Larrea and junior varsity coach Tommy Burke.  

They will be assisted by guest coaches and members of the Clear Lake High Girls soccer team, many of whom have had previous camp experience.  

The camp will emphasize basic soccer skills, offensive/defensive play and team concepts.  

For the younger players it is a great opportunity to learn basic soccer skills and develop a positive “fun” attitude toward soccer.   

There will be various contests, individual awards, snacks and game play each day.  

Registration forms are available in the Lakeport Unified School district Office, 250 Howard St., across the street from the bus barn and Cardinal Stadium.  

Campers also may register on the first day of camp.  

Phone 707-263-8000 for more information.  

Proceeds go to the Clear Lake High School varsity girls soccer team and the junior varsity girls soccer teams which, because of budget cuts, are no longer funded by the district.

 

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