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BC Sports Charity Event
Monday February 3rd
CENTRAL LUTHERAN SCHOOL in Newhall, IA
Join us for a charity event as we help IA Sports, a local (503c), create bigger opportunities through sports for kids in Iowa.
During this BC Sports Charity Event, participants will have an opportunity to get training sessions with top level coaches and players on the field.
TIMES & AGE
Field Players: 7/16
Field Players: 3 /16
Goalie: 1 / 4
Girl Field Players: 6/8
Boy Field Players: 6/8
Girl Goalie Spots: 1/3
Boy Goalie Spots: 3/3
Girl Field Players: 0/8
Boy Field Players: 0/8
Girl Goalie Spots: 0/3
Boy Goalie Spots: 0/3
Please submit your payment online.
Profits will Benefit IA Sports
BC Sports is happy to announce our first Charity Event Featuring Current and Former Professional Players and Coaches.
The event will take place on February 3rd at Central Lutheran Gym in Newhall from 6-10pm.
There will be Goalkeeper and Field player trainer for ages 7-23 with 4 different session times!
Also available for the players to use will be 2 RUNROCKETS.
PRICING is $30 for Goalkeepers and $25 for field players.
Times for the event are as follows by age:
7-10 year old’s will be from 6-7pm.
11-14 year old’s will be from 645-745pm.
15-19 year old’s will be from 730-9pm
19-23 year old’s will be from 830-10pm.
In attendance will be Hewerton Moreira, Current St Louis Ambush and former Cedar Rapids Rampage Player and Head Coach.
GOALKEEPING with Brett Petricek. Brett has his US Goalkeeper license, is currently playing with the Florida Tropics in 1st place in the MASL, and Goalkeeper coach for numerous DA teams including Chicago Fire Academy and Lewis University in Aurora, IL.
Also Joining will be 7-year professional veteran Tony Walls. Tony currently completed his courses for his US C Coaching License, and just recently signed for the Rochester Rhinos in the USL!
Last but not least on the list to be here on February 3rd is Jonnathan Pachar, currently playing for the St Louis Ambush, an Assistant College Coach at Malcom X in Chicago, 5 years of individual skills training, and former professional during his youth playing days for Cuenca in Ecuador.
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