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A day off at the Libertyville Sports Complex

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  • Bryce Marabella, 5, left, chases Oliver Allen, 8, with help from Mason Marabella, 8, in a game of "capture the flag" on Monday during Days Off From School Camp at the Libertyville Sports Complex. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade spent the first day of spring break playing games and various sports, including climbing the rock wall.

       Bryce Marabella, 5, left, chases Oliver Allen, 8, with help from Mason Marabella, 8, in a game of "capture the flag" on Monday during Days Off From School Camp at the Libertyville Sports Complex. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade spent the first day of spring break playing games and various sports, including climbing the rock wall.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Kyle Lynch, 8, of Vernon Hills, participates in scooter races Monday during Days Off From School Camp at the Libertyville Sports Complex. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade spent the first day of spring break playing games and various sports, including climbing the rock wall.

       Kyle Lynch, 8, of Vernon Hills, participates in scooter races Monday during Days Off From School Camp at the Libertyville Sports Complex. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade spent the first day of spring break playing games and various sports, including climbing the rock wall.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 
By Gilbert R. Boucher II
gboucher@dailyherald.com

Boys raced around the gym playing a game of "capture the flag" on Monday during Days Off From School Camp at the Libertyville Sports Complex.

Eight boys spent the first day of spring break playing games and various sports, including climbing the rock wall.

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"I think they have fun playing games," camp counselor Dana Haley said. "They wear me out sometimes."

The children had fun at the camp that runs through Friday and is still open to more kids in kindergarten through sixth grade.

"It's fun. You get to play games a lot. Maybe we will play golf if it warms up," said Oliver Allen, 8, of Libertyville. He was looking forward to climbing the rock wall later in the afternoon. "You go down awesomely. It's called a 'taxi.'"

For more information about the week's events, contact the Libertyville Sports Complex at (847) 367-1502 or go to http://www.libertyville.com.

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