Youth soccer season ended at tournament

A Tonasket U15 soccer player on the Spectacle Lake Resort team kicks the ball down the field as an opponent from the Oroville Discount Fireworks team pursues him during the Youth Soccer Tournament on Saturday, May 22. The Spectacle Lake Resort team won th

A Tonasket U15 soccer player on the Spectacle Lake Resort team kicks the ball down the field as an opponent from the Oroville Discount Fireworks team pursues him during the Youth Soccer Tournament on Saturday, May 22. The Spectacle Lake Resort team won th

TONASKET – The Youth Soccer Association’s season ended at an all-day tournament in Chief Tonasket Park on Saturday, May 22 with 48 teams participating from Oroville, Tonasket, Omak/Okanogan and Methow.

“This was our third tournament and each year, it seems to get bigger and bigger,” Andrea Field, association organizer, said. “We had a great turnout with well over 450 kids playing and not including the parents and families that showed up to give their support. We had concessions which this fall’s Tonasket High School football cheerleaders ran for us. A number of the Tonasket boys’ soccer players helped with refereeing and sidelines. Thank you to everyone who helped, all the parents who volunteered, the kids that helped and the great community support.”

Field said this year the overall season for Tonasket went very well. She said Tonasket had 21 teams with 196 kids.

For the U8 division, there were 18 teams divided between two fields. On field one, the Prostitch team from Omak came in first, the OK Pet team from Omak came in second and the Tim’s Saw Shop team from Tonasket came in third. On field two, the Oroville Building Supply team came in first, the North Valley Family Medicine team from Tonasket came in second and the Nulton Irrigation team from Oroville came in third.

The U10 division had 15 teams divided between two fields. On field one, the Ohana Nani Salon team from Omak came in first, the Veranda Beach team from Oroville came in second and the Heatstroke team from Omak came in third. On field two, the Stampeded Awards team from Tonasket came in first, the Frontier Foods team from Tonasket came in second and the Larson Construction team from Tonasket came in third.

The U12 division had a total of nine teams who played on one field. The Venom team from Omak came in first, the Mid-Valley team from Omak came in second and The Junction team from Tonasket came in third.

Finally, the U15 division had six teams who played on one field. The Elks team from Omak came in first, the Superior Auto Supply team from Tonasket came in second and the Spectacle Lake Resort team from Tonasket came in third.

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