Prince George and Williams Lake teams face off in Quesnel.

Quesnel Youth Soccer Association wins some and loses some

It’s been a busy season for the Quesnel Youth Soccer association (QYSA).

It’s been a busy season for the Quesnel Youth Soccer association (QYSA).

Prince George hosted games May 31, with two members of the QYSA returning home injured and the QYSA teams having won some and lost some.

Quesnel teams dominated P.G. though their matches against Williams Lake would prove to be a bit more challenging.

The U12 boys played two games in P.G. losing to Williams Lake but taking home a victory against P.G.

It was another loss to Quesnel for P.G. as the U12 girls rang in another win.

However, the game against the Williams Lake team was a combination of loss and injury, being called short when a member of the QYSA was hurt.

It was a rough weekend for the U14, losing games against both Prince George and Williams Lake.

Taking on the P.G. team and winning were Quesnel’s U14 girls.

Unfortunately it was another loss to Williams Lake with another QYSA member being injured on the field.

Williams Lake returned home with another victory against Quesnel as they faced the U16 boys.

However, Quesnel’s U16 boys didn’t go home without a win, facing off and winning against P.G.

Finally after travelling for several games, it was time for the QYSA to take on competitors on their own field hosting play-downs June 8.

It was a tough game for Quesnel’s U16 boys. Try as the might, they were no match for the P.G. teams, losing both games 7-2 and 11-2 in favour of P.G.

Quesnel hosted soccer teams again on June 14.

The Quesnel U14 girls lost their games.

Although the team played with all their might it seemed that with more players on the bench P.G. was faster and more organized on the field with the fewer Quesnel players tiring as the matches wore on.

The matches against P.G. for the U15 were similarly met with a loss for Quesnel, in the morning P.G. pulled ahead with a final score of 2-0.

In the afternoon game, P.G. was given even more of a challenge each team holding their own against opponents, neither gaining the upper hand until finally the match ended in a draw with 0-0.

It will be Prince George representing the Cariboo North for U14 and U15 girls at the Provincial B Cup hosted in Chilliwack this July.

 

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