Gate City Youth Soccer has Record Numbers

Gate City Youth Soccer saw record breaking numbers this year in their recreational league, but more athletes participating means more coaches are needed. The Director of Recreation caught up with us today to tell how they were able to raise both numbers, and quality, of the Portneuf Valley Soccer Club.



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