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Glenlawn Collegiate student Alic Rasmussen, 15, recently participated in the Canadian Soccer Association’s U15 national men’s team camp in Florida. He started playing between the sticks at the age of 10 and hasn’t looked back since. Rasmussen hopes to play soccer professionally.

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Glenlawn Collegiate student Alic Rasmussen, 15, recently participated in the Canadian Soccer Association’s U15 national men’s team camp in Florida. He started playing between the sticks at the age of 10 and hasn’t looked back since. Rasmussen hopes to play soccer professionally.

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