SPORTS: Storm King tryouts to start Sunday
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PORT ANGELES — Storm King Soccer Club will be holding tryouts Sunday and Monday for its 2013 youth select teams, which will begin practice during the summer and play in a competitive traveling league this fall.
Players in the boys and Girls U11-U18 brackets are encouraged to try out.
Tryouts start Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and conclude Monday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Agnew Soccer Fields off of Old Olympic Highway, 1240 N. Barr Road in Port Angeles.
Pre-registration for the tryouts is at www.stormkingsoccer.com.
Players are asked to arrive 15 minutes prior to the scheduled tryout.
Tryouts are free, and families will not need to commit to any fees or uniforms until teams are selected and announced in late June.
Teams are formed based on player and coach interest. If a team is not listed for a particular age group, contact team officials on the Storm King website.
Players may try out for teams one year above their age group only if their current age group team is unavailable.
Storm King Soccer Club’s mission is to promote soccer as an important community youth activity and to provide North Olympic Peninsula youth soccer players with the opportunity to play affordable select soccer.
Port Angles Youth Soccer Club, Sequim Junior Soccer Club and Storm King SC make up the Olympic Youth Soccer Association, and this group formed the Storm King program in the early 1990s so that local players would have the opportunity to compete in competitive leagues outside the Port Angeles-Sequim area.
Storm King SC is an all-volunteer club comprised of volunteer board members, coaches, managers and maintenance workers.
Last modified: May 15. 2013 5:57PM