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Kicking in to help kids at soccer clinic

From left: Ed Morata, Matt Reis, Jessica Moran, Eric Wynalda, Shannon Mulaire, and Rhett Lewis took part in a soccer clinic at Camp Harbor View.

From left: Ed Morata, Matt Reis, Jessica Moran, Eric Wynalda, Shannon Mulaire, and Rhett Lewis took part in a soccer clinic at Camp Harbor View.

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Sovereign Bank exec Ed Morata; Matt Reis of the New England Revolution, Comcast SportsNet’s Jessica Moran, former US men’s national team soccer player and soccer analyst Eric Wynalda, Fox 25’s Shannon Mulaire, and Channel 7 sports guy Rhett Lewis joined Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston president Josh Kraft, Jack Connors, and Cradles to Crayons founder Lynn Margherio for a shootout and soccer clinic at Camp Harbor View on Monday. The camp’s 350 kids participated in the day of soccer with Revs players. Sovereign announced before the clinic that it will donate $500 for every goal scored during this year’s Gold Cup — and by the Revs from now through Oct. 17 — to Camp Harbor View, Cradles to Crayons, and the Boys & Girls Club of Boston.

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