The Storm King U17 boys soccer team, made up of players from Sequim and Port Angeles high schools, completed an undefeated summer schedule, winning two tournaments and racking up a 9-0 record.

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Crab Fest fun run registration open

Crab Fest run registration now underway

PORT ANGELES — Registration is open for the annual Crab Fest 5K Fun Run set for the Waterfront Trail at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 7.

The event is a fundraiser for the Peninsula College women’s basketball team.

Registration is $30 per person prior to Oct. 1 and $35 after, and includes a T-shirt, entry in the Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival crab derby and a drink ticket.

Open registration begins at 9:30 a.m. on race day near City Pier.

There are male and female brackets for age 40 and older and younger than 40. Winners in each division receive a free crab dinner.

For more information, email Alison Crumb at acrumb@pencol.edu.

Storm King perfect

PORT ANGELES — The Storm King U17 boys soccer team rolled through their summer tournament season with a perfect 9-0 record winning both tournaments they entered.

They first played in the U17-U19 division at the Tyee Cup in Gig Harbor beating teams from Gig Harbor, Bainbridge Island and Auburn. They won on penalty kicks in the final going 5 for 5 from the penalty spot.

They took their unbeaten record to the Labor Day Cup at the Starfire Soccer Complex in Tukwila and beat teams from Bothell, Tacoma, Bellevue and Seattle, before winning 3-1 in the final against a team from North Seattle.

Storm King is mostly made up of sophomores and juniors from the Port Angeles and Sequim high school soccer teams.

They are competing in the U17 age bracket in the top division of the North Puget Sound League this fall.

Sequim spiker stars

OLYMPIA — Megan Breckenridge, a 2016 Sequim High School graduate and sophomore at The Evergreen State College, earned Cascade Collegiate Conference Volleyball Defender of the Week honors in early September after her outstanding play for the Geoducks in a pair of conference volleyball matches.

She totaled 45 digs over eight sets while playing one match at libero and the second at outside hitter. She had just one receive error and also totaled five aces during the week as the Geoducks defeated Walla Walla on Aug. 30, and lost to Northwest, both in four sets.

Breckenridge was honored as the 2015 All-Peninsula Volleyball MVP by the Peninsula Daily News.

She is joined on the Geoducks roster by Port Angeles’ Kiana Robideau.

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