Photo by Jessica Lancaster

Photo by Jessica Lancaster

Yout soccer: Avalanche rolls to second place at Founders Cup

  • Wednesday, April 28, 2021 1:30am
  • Sports

The Storm King FC Avalanche Girls 2010 team celebrates a second-place finish at the Washington Youth Soccer 2021 Founders Cup, a multi-location, multi-weekend tourney with finals held in Tukwila April 24-25.

Storm King topped Mercer Island FC 3-2 in the semifinals on April 24 before falling 1-0 to Southlake Select on April 25.

Storm King FC is comprised of players, volunteer coaches and volunteer board members from the Olympic Peninsula.

For more information about Storm King FC, visit or contact Kevin McGruther at or coach Jay Marazon at or 503-894-3185.

Pictured are (back row, from left) coach Jay Marazon, Stella Fradkin, Madison Wilkinson, Emma Desjardin, Maddie Walton, assistant coach Rob Walton, Mariah Traband, Alayna Marazon, Lilly Lancaster and assistant coach Jack Waknitz, with (front row) Brooklynn Schmidt, Madigan Ordona, Emma Rhodes, Cela Waknitz, Lila Nix and Peyton Smith.

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