Stettler to host soccer events this week

Soccer takes centre stage in Stettler on a couple of fronts this week.

Soccer takes centre stage in Stettler on a couple of fronts this week.

Tonight, the Stettler Tier 3 under-12 boys’ team meets Camrose at the RCMP field at 7 o’clock for the Central Alberta league championship game in that division.

On Saturday, Stettler’s development league (under-eight and under-10) hosts a mini-tournament at West Stettler Park from 9 a.m. to noon.

Stettler, Lacombe and two teams from Red Deer plan to participate in the tournament, after which a barbecue will mark the end of the season.

Provincial playoffs

Meanwhile, Stettler’s under-18 boys’ team is bound for the provincial Tier 4 championship this weekend in Three Hills. Stettler meets the Big Country 2 representative in its opening game at 7 p.m. Friday.

On the July 14-15 weekend, Stettler’s under-16 boys’ team heads to Camrose for the three-team Tier 3 qualifying tourney.

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