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Railhawks players visit Perry Harrison School

Posted Thursday, April 2, 2009

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Pittsboro, NC - Middle school students at Perry Harrison School were treated to a visit by two Carolina Railhawks players on Monday afternoon, March 23. The team is part of the United Soccer Leagues (USL) and is based in Cary. USL-1 is the highest level of professional soccer in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean. Team representatives have visited over fifty schools in the past seven months.

Assistant principal Brayton Leonhardt organized the visit and introduced the players and Noel Anderson, who is Director of Community Outreach for the team. Defenders Caleb Norkus and Jack Stewart talked about their backgrounds and the importance of physical fitness. Norkus is a Raleigh native who played collegiate soccer at UNC Chapel Hill. Stewart is a California native. Norkus, Stewart and Anderson then had the students participate in soccer-related exercises.

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