Tiger girls to host two soccer clinics

MIDDLEBURY — There is no doubt that getting an early start playing a sport has great rewards down the road. With that in mind, the Middlebury Union High School girls’ varsity soccer team will host two skill-building mini-clinics this fall.
The clinics, aimed at girls in grades three through six, will take place on two Saturdays, Sept. 30 and Oct. 7, from 9:30-10:30 a.m., at the athletic fields on Creek Road in Middlebury.
The MUHS girls’ soccer team, led by coach Wendy Leeds, will help girls work on their soccer skills and learn more about the game in fun one-hour sessions. The clinic cost $5 per session, and there is no advanced registration required.
For more information contact coach Leeds at 802-388-2208 or [email protected].

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