The kids had a ball

Kyle Palantzas
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Balls were flying, kids were laughing and parents were admiring, as the Prince Albert Youth Soccer Association (PAYSA) hosted its first-ever “Soccer Skool” at the Alfred Jenkins Field House on Saturday. The camp, geared towards entry-level players, was designed to give youth soccer players a chance to run around and meet new people, all while working on some fundamental techniques. “Soccer in the winter gives you little goose bumps when you go outside, but now we get to play inside and do games and stuff it’s really fun,” says eight-year-old goaltender Kalleela Teichreb, as she took a water break. “I love saving goals so much I actually want to play soccer everyday.” For full story see Monday's Herald.

The kids took a break from “Soccer Skool” to strike a pose at the Alfred Jenkins Field House. The Prince Albert Youth Soccer Association hosted an entry-level soccer clinic on Saturday. Herald photo by Kyle Palantzas

Balls were flying, kids were laughing and parents were admiring, as the Prince Albert Youth Soccer Association (PAYSA) hosted its first-ever “Soccer Skool” at the Alfred Jenkins Field House on Saturday.

The camp, geared towards entry-level players, was designed to give youth soccer players a chance to run around and meet new people, all while working on some fundamental techniques.

“Soccer in the winter gives you little goose bumps when you go outside, but now we get to play inside and do games and stuff it’s really fun,” says eight-year-old goaltender Kalleela Teichreb, as she took a water break. “I love saving goals so much I actually want to play soccer everyday.”

For full story see Monday's Herald.

Organizations: Prince Albert Youth Soccer Association, Alfred Jenkins Field House on Saturday.The

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