Redmond girls soccer camp on tap for July 16-18

  • Wednesday, May 8, 2019 4:35pm
  • Sports

The Mustangs Jr. Stangs Soccer Camp will kick into action July 16-18 at Redmond High. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon and is open to girls ages 6-12 of all skill levels.

During the Redmond High School Girls’ Soccer Booster Club camp, there will be passing and receiving, dribbling and fun moves, shooting, agility, mini tournaments for game-like experience and more.

Fees are $75 per camper (register by July 1) and includes camp T-shirt, water bottle and instruction by Stang players and coaches. Campers should bring a water bottle, soccer ball, shin guards and sunscreen. Limited space available.

Registration will be accepted after July 1 on a space-available basis at $80 per camper.

To register, contact chocmaster@aol.com.

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