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WHS soccer players use summer league to prepare for fall season

Westborough High School soccer players and team manager Dave Reynolds (left) receiving a donation check from Steve Hart, vice president, Westborough Civic Club. (Photo/submitted)

Westborough High School soccer players and team manager Dave Reynolds (left) receiving a donation check from Steve Hart, vice president, Westborough Civic Club. (Photo/submitted)

Westborough – Each summer high school soccer hopefuls get ready for their demanding fall season by attending camps, working out and playing in summer leagues.?This year the Westborough Civic Club supported the Westborough High School (WHS) summer team by donating toward the costs of running their pre-season camp.?This money helps offset the cost?for insurance, league and referee fees. The WHS team played 10 games against other local teams from towns, including Hopkinton, Medfield, Dover, Natick?and Holliston. The team finished the summer at 7-3.

WHS are the defending Midland B champs coming off a?very successful (16-2-3)?2013 season. The team kicks off the 2014 fall schedule with its first regular season home game against Nipmuc Regional Thursday, Sept. 4, at 4 p.m.

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