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Sealth is heading back to the state tournament after beating Ingraham and coming up is the Soccer Skills camp on July 22. This photo is from last year in a game between Sealth and West Seattle High School.

Sealth heading to state tournament; Soccer skills camp registration now open

By Sam Reed
Athletic Director/Activity Coordinator
Chief Sealth International High School

Following a 3-0 win over Ingraham last Thursday in the Metro League tournament, the Chief Sealth International High School boys soccer team is headed back to the WIAA 3A State tournament for the 2nd straight season.

Reigning 2-time Coach of the Year Ron Johnson will lead the Seahawks back to the tournament after their 2nd consecutive undefeated Metro Sound Division season and as one of the true favorites to fare well in this year's tournament.

The Seahawks, ranked in the top 5 in State all season long, will travel north to play Glacier Peak High School on Wednesday, May 15th at 6pm at Veteran's Memorial Stadium (on the campus of Snohomish High School).

There is a new opportunity for area youth to experience the Chief Sealth soccer culture first-hand, with the debut of the Chief Sealth Soccer Skills Camp. Modeled in part after the long-standing success of the Chief Sealth Boys Basketball Camp, now in it's 16th year, this soccer camp will take place July 22-26th and is open to all kids entering grades 3rd-9th (Fall 2013 grade level). The camp will be directed by Reed and Johnson and will feature many of the boys and girls players that have built their respective program's into regional powerhouses. Registration is now open!

Download the form at the link above.

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