EDMOND, OKLAHOMA (BocaNewsNow.com) — Every little bit helps. That's the idea behind local soccer stars helping out in the parts of Oklahoma ravaged recently by killer tornados.
The Team Boca U18 boys are in the area competing in the US Youth Soccer 2013 Region III Championships. They took time in between practies and games to help move debris from damaged areas to the street so the rebuilding process could continue.
The good will is having a good effect on the field.
The team just beat Louisiana 3-1 and will move on to the quarter finals.
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