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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A CASA REFEREE!

It doesn't get much better than this! Rec players having fun...

Learning more about the "Beautiful Game"...

Earning some spending money at the end of the match!

Many CASA Referees go on to become USSF Referees.  Former CASA referees have worked Youth Matches, Adult Amateur Matches and Professional Matches all across the United States .

CASA Recreational Referees for 2021

2022 RECREATIONAL REFEREE OF THE YEAR: George bassta

CASA's 2022 Recreational Referee of the Year is George Bassta.  George was selected based on his willingness to volunteer for any age group, a good ability to referee the older age groups and good feedback from coaches on his performance. 

George is a junior at Central Dauphin High School and is working on getting his USSF certification. He loves to referee the younger kids because it reminds him of how he fell in love with the game and that he makes bonds with the kids that he sees week in and week out. George is pursuing to continue his soccer career in college or abroad.

2021 Recreational Referee of the Year: Zoie Echols

CASA's 2021 Referee of the Year is Zoie Echols.  In 2021 Zoie refereed more games than other referees but also volunteered to cover open games as they appeared.  She was also able to juggle her referee schedule while playing on the CD Girls soccer team.

Zoie is a Sophomore at Dauphin County Technical School  where she is pursuing veterinary studies to become a  certified Veterinary Assistant.  She plays for the Central Dauphin Girls soccer team.  Zoie is in the process of getting USSF certified to continue her refereeing at a higher level.  She hopes to continue to pursue her soccer career after high school, while studying  to become a Veterinarian or Veterinarian Nurse.  "I love refereeing at CASA and working with the little kids.  "

2020 Recreational Referee of the Year: Aaron Frist

For 2020 our Referee of the Year is Aaron Frist.  In 2020 Aaron refereed over 50 CASA matches and became USSF certified in November 2020.

Aaron Frist, 15 yrs. old, is a freshman at Central Dauphin High School.  He plays travel soccer with CASA on the 05 Bayern team. He loves refereeing with CASA, and recently became USSF certified.  He plans to pursue refereeing with more competitive and higher level games in the future.  Aaron also enjoys playing piano and trumpet, and likes to spend time coding and developing software.  He would like to go to Penn State University and study something in the field of computers.