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CASL award-winner Cameron Jarvis shares her thoughts on sportsmanship

The Capital Area Soccer League has honored Cameron Jarvis of Wake
Forest and more than 350 other young players with its Fall Hamilton
Sportsmanship Awards.

Jarvis, 9, is a fourth-grader at Pleasant Union Elementary School in Wake Forest. She plays for the CASL U10 Hearts.

"Sportsmanship means that you help other people. You have to treat the
coaches the way they treat you," Jarvis, the daughter of Steve and Beth
Jarvis, said cheerfully during a telephone interview Monday evening.

RailHawks-CASL Haiti benefit soccer clinic postponed

Wet weather has forced the postponement of Saturday's Carolina RailHawks-CASL fundraising soccer clinic at WakeMed Soccer Park.

A new date will be announced.

The
RailHawks professional soccer club and the Capital Area Soccer League
announced last week they would hold a joint soccer clinic and donate
proceeds to the Haiti earthquake relief effort.

 

 

Young soccer players know about sportsmanship

Bad sportsmanship sometimes seems to dominate the sports report, with
athletes and coaches throwing tantrums, making threats or even
fighting, cheating or lying.

But plenty of good sports are participating, too, including Grace
Pulliam, 12, of Wake Forest and Corbin Reifschneider, 7, of North
Raleigh.

They were among 237 players who were honored with the Hamilton
Sportsmanship Award this summer for outstanding sportsmanship displayed
during the Capital Area Soccer League’s spring season. ...

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