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Highland Park boys soccer players play “papi fútbol” on tennis courts in the Alajuel province of Costa Rica during a training session in July for an overseas trip. Photos Submitted
Players from Highland Park High Schools soccer program poses for a photo with soccer club Escuela San Francisco de Asis in Costa Rica during a trip abroad in July.
Brittany Kapa, Sports Editor
1:38 pm CDT September 11, 2018

In most countries, soccer acts as an international language. 

The sport breaks down cultural barriers to bring players closer together. 

That was evident this summer when Highland Park’s boys soccer team took a group of players from the sophomore, junior and varsity levels on an eight-day trip to Costa Rica.