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  • Young inventor creates soccer training device for the disabled

    Sumner resident Amelia Day discusses her invention, the Press-Sure Soccer Ball. A sensor is wired to a ball that when struck properly activates a light and buzzer on a stand. Day designed the device specifically for the disabled so they can learn how to improve their kicking skills.

Sumner resident Amelia Day discusses her invention, the Press-Sure Soccer Ball. A sensor is wired to a ball that when struck properly activates a light and buzzer on a stand. Day designed the device specifically for the disabled so they can learn how to improve their kicking skills. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Sumner resident Amelia Day discusses her invention, the Press-Sure Soccer Ball. A sensor is wired to a ball that when struck properly activates a light and buzzer on a stand. Day designed the device specifically for the disabled so they can learn how to improve their kicking skills. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Sumner teen’s invention is good for more than just kicks

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