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What a Kick: Girls in Grades 4-8 Train with Varsity Players at Hilltopper Girls Soccer Camp Aug. 29-31

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Girls will train with Summit High School Varsity Soccer Team players. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
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SUMMIT, NJ - The opportunity for girls to train with their role models and, for some, potentially their future teammates, is available when the 2016 Hilltopper Girls Soccer Camp kicks off August 29 - 31.

The camp, open to girls entering grades 4-8, is coordinated by Summit High School Girls Varsity Soccer Team Head Coach Gary Healey, and features members of The Maroon & White Varsity.

The camp will take place daily from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. on the Summit High School Upper Turf Field, and costs $90 for the full camp or $35 for each daily session.

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All proceeds benefit the Summit High School girls soccer program.

To register, return the entry form and send a check -- made payable to 'Friends of SHS Women's Soccer' -- to Tracy Stabler, 55 Tulip Street, Summit, NJ  07901.Registrations will be accepted on day of clinic, but please email to confirm attendance.

For further questions contact tstabler55@verizon.net.

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