The Williams Lake under-14 boys’ soccer team picked up the win during the Cariboo Youth Soccer League windup June 22.

The Williams Lake under-14 boys’ soccer team picked up the win during the Cariboo Youth Soccer League windup June 22.

Lakecity soccer teams dominate CYSL windup

The Cariboo Youth Soccer League wound up its regular season June 22 at the Esler Sports Complex.

The Cariboo Youth Soccer League wound up its regular season June 22 at the Esler Sports Complex hosting teams from 100 Mile House, Prince George and Quesnel.

Williams Lake teams, meanwhile, picked up a large portion of the accolades as teams ranging in age from under-12 to under-16 championed their divisions.

On the under-14 boys’ side Williams Lake’s Mokam Mahil and Justin Foster found the twine to lift the lakecity to a 2-1 victory over Quesnel first, before they continued their dominance against Prince George.

Logan Hutchinson scored twice and Sam Thiessen added a beautifully-placed free kick tally to shutout Prince George, 3-0.

In the photo are assistant coaches Mark Thiessen and Hailey Tazalaar, coach Rob Tazelaar and players Jared Brown, Dylan DeRose, Cole Turner, James Kaufman, Josh Rhodes, Jacob Helminger, Eric Christensen, Carson Manzies, Kyle Hubner, Justin Foster, Jack Zavitz, Logan Hutchinson, Sam Thiessen, Joseph Brinoni, Ethan Alexander, Cade Enns, Mokam Mahill and Zion Faubert. Missing are Landon Christensen and Dawson Billyboy.

Winners in the other divisions included Williams Lake’s under-16 boys, under-16 girls, and under-12 girls. Quesnel marched away with the under-14 girls crown, while Prince George picked up the win in the under-12 boys’ division.