As the World Cup game intensifies between the United States and Belgium, a close moment gets a reaction from (l-r) Ryan Camden, 13, Gavin Bennett, 13, and Gage Bernard, 12, as well as Matt Seidel (back right) at Liberty Sports Complex in Powells Point, Tuesday.
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As the World Cup game intensifies between the United States and Belgium, a close moment gets a reaction from (l-r) Ryan Camden, 13, Gavin Bennett, 13, and Gage Bernard, 12, as well as Matt Seidel (back right) at Liberty Sports Complex in Powells Point, Tuesday.

Keeping watch: Liberty hosts viewings at the field

By Jimmy LaRoue

Sports Writer

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POWELLS POINT — Sure, there have been any number of soccer viewing parties across the country for the U.S. men’s national team, but likely few of them offered a playing and instructional component similar to the ones at Liberty Sports Complex over the past two weeks.

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