The Storm King U17 boys capped an unbeaten effort in Washington Youth Soccer Founders Cup pool play after a 4-0 shutout of Federal Way Football Club at Sigmar Field on Jan. 21.
Storm King now advances as the top seed in bracket play, which begins Jan. 28, tentatively set for a 1 p.m. kickoff at Sigmar Field in Port Angeles.
The Storm King squad, made up of Sequim and Port Angeles youths, got a pair of goals from Ryan Tolberd and one goal each from Reid Parker and Andrew St. George in their third consecutive lopsided victory.
Storm King’s other two wins included a 12-1 opening round romp over CFS on Jan. 6 and an 8-0 shutout over Seattle United on Jan. 20.
Goalkeepers Garrett Mahaney and Nathan Miller split time in goal over the weekend, recording the pair of shutouts. They got help from a strong back line anchored by Hollund Bailey and Christopher Morgan along with defenders Hugo Sandoval, Nathan Miller, Kaleb Baier, Caleb Spencer, Eli Gisch and Angel Servin.
In their three pool play matches, the Storm King boys outscored their opponents 24-1, getting eight goals from St. George, five each from Hayuk Minano and Tolberd, two from Michael McAleer and solo goals from Servin, Mahaney, Sandoval and Parker.