Sports Briefs — March 22, 2017

Harris to play at national tourney

Washington Premier FC B99’s Liam Harris of Sequim will head to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships U18 Division in Frisco, Texas, in July, the Peninsula Daily News reports.

Washington Premier, based out of Puyallup, won the Washington Youth Soccer Championship Cup in February and the Far West Regional League and its most recent victory, the national championship title last weekend in Las Vegas, Nev. Premier FC went 5-1-1 at the championships.

Harris is a junior at Sequim High School.

Harris, last season’s PDN All-Peninsula Boys Soccer MVP, opened the 2017 season by scoring four goals in Sequim’s 11-1 win over Olympic on March 14.

Area teams take volleyball titles

Peak Performance Therapy won the 2016-2017 Peninsula Volleyball League championship March 2 with a 19-25, 25-20, 25-17 win over KR3W in the title match at the Peninsula College gymnasium. Set For Life and The Killers tied for third place.

Beastmode won the Gold Division champship of the Port Angeles Parks &Recreation’s adult Coed Volleyball League postseason tourney on March 13. They edged Lazer Cats in five sets (25-23, 24-26, 24-26, 25-13, 15-5).

Anytime takes title

Anytime Fitness-Sequim won the Gold Division championship of the Port Angeles Parks &Recreation’s men’s basketball league on March 13, knocking off 7 Cedars Casino, 83-64.

Jim Halberg (19 points) and Jayson Brocklesby (18) led the way for Anytime, while Kasey Ulin had 29 points for 7 Cedars.

Sports Briefs — March 22, 2017