Both Eagle’s Blake Bodily, left, and Pocatello’s Terrell Lowe said training in the Portland Timbers Youth Academy has helped them advance as players. “Playing every day with players that are really good, other teams that are really good, everything is held to a higher standard,” Bodily said. “Everything is precise.”
Both Eagle’s Blake Bodily, left, and Pocatello’s Terrell Lowe said training in the Portland Timbers Youth Academy has helped them advance as players. “Playing every day with players that are really good, other teams that are really good, everything is held to a higher standard,” Bodily said. “Everything is precise.” Craig Mitchelldyer Portland Timbers
Both Eagle’s Blake Bodily, left, and Pocatello’s Terrell Lowe said training in the Portland Timbers Youth Academy has helped them advance as players. “Playing every day with players that are really good, other teams that are really good, everything is held to a higher standard,” Bodily said. “Everything is precise.” Craig Mitchelldyer Portland Timbers

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