Caitlin Sabatino photo Katelyn Larden practices her shooting while Ridley Carter (back) waits for her turn during the Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association’s first under-5 division practice of the season at the Esler Sports Complex. WLYSA teams are now heading full steam ahead for the season in all divisions as practices got underway this week in the lakecity.

Williams Lake youth soccer season kicks into action

WLYSA teams are now heading full steam ahead for the season in all divisions.

Katelyn Larden practices her shooting while Ridley Carter (back) waits for her turn during the Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association’s first under-5 division practice of the season at the Esler Sports Complex.

WLYSA teams are now heading full steam ahead for the season in all divisions.

Saturday, players were greeting to snow at the Esler Sports Complex as players arrived for their morning games.



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