Lockhart leads Sooke Soccer Club

Joining Lockhart on the executive is Robert Oyler, Claire Price, secretary, Yasmin Quinn Young and Jen Rodd.

Laura Lockhart is the new president of the Sooke Soccer Club.

Joining Lockhart on the executive is Robert Oyler, vice-president; Claire Price, secretary and Yasmin Quinn Young, registrar and Jen Rodd, treasurer.

“The new executive is excited and enthusiastic for the upcoming season,” Lockhart said in a press release.

Lockhart gave special recognition to Robin Saxl who served eight years as president and Jennifer Petrie, who served as secretary for six years.

Meantime,  spring soccer is in its third week with 108 registered players.


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