Lions, Vike girls’ soccer squad team up for third annual clinic

The Huntington North High School girls’ soccer team and Roanoke Lions Club recently partnered up to hold their third annual Lions/Vikings Soccer Clinic. The Lions Club donated $2,000 in registration fees to the Lady Vikings. Pictured are (front row from left) Huntington North soccer players Alyssa Brinkman, Autumn Anderson, Bella Bercik and Lara Steele; Huntington North Head Coach Jeremy Steele; soccer player Daphnee Landrum; Lions Club members Lynn Nicholson and Sara Perkins; soccer players Katie Melcher and Maddie Husband; and Huntington North Assistant Coach Ashley Feemster. Also pictured are children who participated in the clinic, which was held at Roanoke Park.
The Huntington North High School girls’ soccer team and Roanoke Lions Club recently partnered up to hold their third annual Lions/Vikings Soccer Clinic. The Lions Club donated $2,000 in registration fees to the Lady Vikings. Pictured are (front row from left) Huntington North soccer players Alyssa Brinkman, Autumn Anderson, Bella Bercik and Lara Steele; Huntington North Head Coach Jeremy Steele; soccer player Daphnee Landrum; Lions Club members Lynn Nicholson and Sara Perkins; soccer players Katie Melcher and Maddie Husband; and Huntington North Assistant Coach Ashley Feemster. Also pictured are children who participated in the clinic, which was held at Roanoke Park. Photo provided.

The Roanoke Lions Club and Huntington North High School girls’ soccer team recently held their third annual Lions/Vikings Soccer Clinic.

The clinic, held at Roanoke Park, served as a fund-raiser for the soccer team. The Lady Vikings received $2,000 in registration fees.

Around 90 children attended the clinic and received instruction from Huntington North’s coaches and players.

After the clinic, children had the option of visiting Seminary Church for lunch and vacation Bible school activities.

The clinic’s sponsors were Optimum Performance Sports, Imel Insurance, Auto Owners Insurance, Intri-Cut, Deal-Rice Funeral Homes and John Nelson of Edward Jones.