Learning soccer the Bear way


Camper Zeb Stroup (in red) challenges Mount Airy junior Robert Brown during the scrimmage portion of the MAHS soccer camp on Wednesday morning. Brown and several other Granite Bears worked with the children during the three-day instructional camp.


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Two defenders for the yellow team and their goalkeeper converge on an opposing player during a scrimmage Wednesday morning at the Mount Airy High School youth soccer camp. From left to right are Aubrey Wilmoth, James Marion, Martin Cook in goal, and Kinlee Reece.


John Cate | The News

Mount Airy High School head soccer coach Will Hurley speaks to children attending the school’s youth soccer camp on Wednesday morning. The teams completed the second day of the event with a scrimmage shortly after this meeting, in which teams of campers and MAHS players competed against each other.


John Cate | The News

Mount Airy High School is hosting its annual youth soccer camp for younger children this week. The camp, hosted by MAHS coaches Will and Holden Hurley and several members of the Granite Bear boys’ and girls’ soccer teams, is an annual fundraiser to help support the program. Approximately 20 children are taking part in the morning camp. A camp for older children is being held during the afternoon this week.


John Cate | The News

The Mount Airy High School soccer program hosted its annual youth summer camps on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The younger campers held their camp during the morning.

Camper Zeb Stroup (in red) challenges Mount Airy junior Robert Brown during the scrimmage portion of the MAHS soccer camp on Wednesday morning. Brown and several other Granite Bears worked with the children during the three-day instructional camp.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMGP0500a-2.jpgCamper Zeb Stroup (in red) challenges Mount Airy junior Robert Brown during the scrimmage portion of the MAHS soccer camp on Wednesday morning. Brown and several other Granite Bears worked with the children during the three-day instructional camp. John Cate | The News

Two defenders for the yellow team and their goalkeeper converge on an opposing player during a scrimmage Wednesday morning at the Mount Airy High School youth soccer camp. From left to right are Aubrey Wilmoth, James Marion, Martin Cook in goal, and Kinlee Reece.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMGP0504a-2.jpgTwo defenders for the yellow team and their goalkeeper converge on an opposing player during a scrimmage Wednesday morning at the Mount Airy High School youth soccer camp. From left to right are Aubrey Wilmoth, James Marion, Martin Cook in goal, and Kinlee Reece. John Cate | The News

Mount Airy High School head soccer coach Will Hurley speaks to children attending the school’s youth soccer camp on Wednesday morning. The teams completed the second day of the event with a scrimmage shortly after this meeting, in which teams of campers and MAHS players competed against each other.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMGP0495a-2.jpgMount Airy High School head soccer coach Will Hurley speaks to children attending the school’s youth soccer camp on Wednesday morning. The teams completed the second day of the event with a scrimmage shortly after this meeting, in which teams of campers and MAHS players competed against each other. John Cate | The News

Mount Airy High School is hosting its annual youth soccer camp for younger children this week. The camp, hosted by MAHS coaches Will and Holden Hurley and several members of the Granite Bear boys’ and girls’ soccer teams, is an annual fundraiser to help support the program. Approximately 20 children are taking part in the morning camp. A camp for older children is being held during the afternoon this week.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMGP0522a-2.jpgMount Airy High School is hosting its annual youth soccer camp for younger children this week. The camp, hosted by MAHS coaches Will and Holden Hurley and several members of the Granite Bear boys’ and girls’ soccer teams, is an annual fundraiser to help support the program. Approximately 20 children are taking part in the morning camp. A camp for older children is being held during the afternoon this week. John Cate | The News
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