The 2022 Prince Rupert Youth Soccer season came to an end over the weekend, with a Saturday finale for the players, coaches and the fans assembled on the sidelines or lined up for hot dogs at the end of each level of competition.
The Day began bright and early at 9AM on the pitch at Charles Hays Secondary for the Under 5 timbits squads, wrapping up later in the afternoon with the Under 12 teams.
The sunshine making for the punctuation mark for a return to the sport for local families following its COVID hiatus.
|Some of the action from Saturday's season finale of the PRYSA|
The PRYSA executive offered its thanks to the volunteers, officials, players, parents, sponsors and fans who shared in the season as they regenerated the interest in the sport in Prince Rupert.
While the soccer 2022 season has come to an end for the PRYSA, the summer ahead will see opportunities for youth to work on their skills development through some summer camps in the Northwest.
And if all falls into place by September there may be an Indoor Fall league to launch to keep the players active during the outdoor off season.
You can follow the PRYSA Facebook page for more notes on the weekend tourney, as well as what's ahead for the rest of the summer and into the fall.
More notes on Soccer across the Northwest can be reviewed from our archive page.
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