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Level up on soccer skills

Level up on soccer skills

Jackson County Parks and Recreation is sponsoring a pair of youth soccer camps this summer aimed at improving skills and fostering a love for the game. 

Signups are open for Bobcat Youth Development Soccer Camp, open to youth 7-14. The camp will be held 8 a.m. to noon June 8-10 at the Blue Ridge Early College soccer field, giving players a chance to have fun while learning fundamental techniques necessary to play the game. The program will focus on individual skill development with a technical curriculum specific to age and ability. Cost is $60. 

The Future Mustang Soccer Camp will welcome youth ages 8-14 5-7 p.m. June 6-8 at the Smoky Mountain High School stadium in Sylva. The camp will focus on technical development as well as tactics to be incorporated into small-sided games. Cost is $60. 

Register at rec.jacksonnc.org by April 30 to ensure a camp shirt. 

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