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Local Sports

August 20, 2013

OCSL preps for fall soccer season

Registration ends this week

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MILLEDGEVILLE —

Costs for the season are $45 for Baldwin County residents and $55 for out-of-county residents, with a $25 uniform fee; however, $15 will be added to all late entries.

The traveling team fee is $105 for the season with a $100 uniform fee.

“It’s a very cheap experience,” Taylor said. “It doesn’t cost much money.”

Down to three days left to register, OCSL leaders encourage young athletes in the community to give soccer a try.

“Come out and try the program. They still have a couple days to decide what they’d like to do,” Taylor said. “We’re always growing and trying to get more kids. We’d love to give every kid in the community a chance to come out to the soccer league.”

For more information on the OCSL or the fall soccer season, call the recreation department at 478-445-0785 or attend a league board meeting on the second Monday of every month at 6 p.m. at the recreation department.

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