SYAA offers youth many things to do


Ten and under Girls Softball team placed third in their league tournament. Pictured (from left) are coaches Lauren Isaacson, Doug Hoins, Carla Hoins, back row: Julianna Kramp, Lily Wyatt, Brea Blevins, Harper Tatro, Kaylee Lueking, Zeppelyn Weber, (front row) Charlotte Coffey, Avaleigh Isaacson, Isabella Fullerton, Katherine Coffey, Brynley Behrends and Cora Flores.

In many small towns, there is not much to do for fun. Often, we look to sports for entertainment. Even more often, those small towns rally around the high school sports teams. But before those athletes were able to reach the high school level of competition, they most likely competed on a team in elementary school. The Superior Youth Athletic Association, which focuses on elementary age (PK to 6) sports, is proud to be able to provide that opportunity for the youth and instill many valuable skills and characteristics, necessary to be a successful adult.

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