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Abington Journal/Joan Mead-MatsuiJacky Flynn stretches before the start of Evening Functional Training.
Abington Journal/Joan Mead-MatsuiJacky Flynn stretches before the start of Evening Functional Training.
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Boys and girls, ages five to 15 had an opportunity to work on soccer skills during a two-week soccer camp hosted by Keystone College, La Plume.


The emphasis was player development, according to Noel Cox, director, who said “Through quality coaching we aim to develop skills fundamental to the game of soccer in a fun and stimulating environment.”


She added, “This is the second year of the camp. First year we had about 45 kids total for both weeks, this year we have grown to about 115 for both weeks of the camp.”


Keith Moore was co-director.


The typical daily schedule included technical training sessions, video sessions, small sided games, speed and agility fitness training, scrimmages, and evening functional training.


College coaches and current and former college soccer players assisted Cox and Moore.


 
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