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Challenger British Soccer Camp

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Taylor German kicks the ball during a game called "jail" on the last day of the Challenger British Soccer Camp at Woodbury Park in Craig. More than 30 Craig youths attended the annual camp sponsored by Craig Parks and Recreation. Photo by David Pressgrove

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Brent Cook, 7, dances with Challenger British Soccer Camp coaches Kenny McComish, left, and Danny Richardson during the awards ceremony, concluding the camp Friday at Woodbury Park in Craig. The coaches taught Cook the dance because the British television show "The Office" has a character named David Brent that does the dance. Photo by David Pressgrove

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British Soccer Camp coaches Kenny McComish, left, and Kevin Comer, act out the "coaches true story," a daily feature at the camp. Photo by David Pressgrove

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British Soccer Camp coach Danny Richardson is followed by a camper during a water break.

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Team Mexico poses with all of their homemade Mexico gear, including flags and jerseys. Photo by David Pressgrove

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Parents of British Soccer Camp campers do the "cowboy dance," which preceded them running through the line of "Indians" (their children) who kick soccer balls at them. Photo by David Pressgrove

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Tristan Folks yells for the ball during a portion of the World Cup play. Photo by David Pressgrove

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Challenger British Soccer Camp attendee Bretta Buchanan takes a water break in the grass during the camp's final day in Craig. Photo by David Pressgrove

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Madison German gives a high five to one of her coaches at the Challenger British Soccer Camp's closing ceremonies. Photo by David Pressgrove

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A pack of "cowboys" take off down the dangerous path to elude the soccer balls kicked by the "Indians" during one of the Challenger British Soccer Camps most popular games called "Cowboys and Indians." Photo by David Pressgrove

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Ethan Crisp shows off his team pride with an Ivory Coast flag painted on his forehead. The campers were divided into teams during the week to compete in the daily World Cup competitions. Photo by David Pressgrove

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Daniel Roberts, foreground, Joel Roberts, middle, and David White cover their ball from the "pigeons" that were coming on the pirate ship during the "Pirate soccer" game. Photo by David Pressgrove

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