Williams AYSO soccer continues showing might

The Williams AYSO youth soccer teams were in Flagstaff again this past week doing their collective best against their Flagstaff opponents.

On July 12 the Williams U6 boys Red Fireballs took a bite out of the Black Snakes with a score of 6-3. Little Frankie Kramer scored five of the goals and David Lazona hit the net for one.

The Fireballs were back in Flagstaff again on July 15 and were up against the Red Dragons. Fighting fire with fire, the Red Fireballs came home with another win, this one 5-3. Again, Frankie Kramer scored four of the goals with Jonah Masson netting one.

The Williams U8 coed team, the Roadrunners, were on the road against the Flagstaff Dragons, but got smoked in a 3-2 contest. Tucker Dodds and Braden Heap each scored a Roadrunners goal.

The Williams U10 coed team, the Blue Tigers, got bitten up by the tough Blue Sharks team with a score of 0-6.

Most of the Flagstaff teams play soccer year round so Williams coaches and players know they're up against some tough competition at times, but they're having fun and that's what matters.

The Williams U12 girls team the Jokers tricked the Flagstaff Wolves and came away with a 9-3 win. Aiden Grantham scored six of the goals while Krystol Yazzie netted two and Jordan Pettit scored one.

Scores for the U6 boys second team and the U6 girls team were unavailable at press time.

The Williams teams will play at home Saturday with game times beginning at 9 a.m. This will be the last home game for the Williams teams so come on out and support Williams AYSO and enjoy an afternoon watching some fancy soccer footwork.

Games begin at 9 a.m. with the Jokers playing the final game at 11 a.m.

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