Lakewood Ranch Herald

September 1, 2013 12:00 AM

Hundreds of families come out to Premier Sports Campus in Lakewood Ranch for youth soccer tournament

LAKEWOOD RANCH -- Hundreds of families and youth soccer players came out to the Premier Sports Campus on Saturday for the first of three days of competition among the nearly 300 teams from around the state and beyond.

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