Starfire Sports hosts Boo Fest soccer jamboree

Starfire Sports in Tukwila hosted its annual Boo Fest soccer jamboree on Oct. 30.

Teams played three games of four-on-four indoor soccer. Each game consisted of two, 12-minute halves and were officiated by Starfire referees.

There were also Halloween-themed crafts and activities, including a haunted maze, and a costume contest.

Some teams wore costumes during their games.

Starfire, 14800 Starfire Way, will host a Turkey Shoot Jamboree Saturday, Nov. 26.

It is open to boys and girls U6-U11 recreational teams. The entry fee is $120 per team.

Registration closes Nov. 19 or when filled. For more information or to register, visit starfiresports.com.

Photos by Heidi Sanders/Tukwila Reporter

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