The South Whidbey Islanders show off their trophy and medals after placing 2nd in the Crossfire tournament in July. (Submitted photo)

The South Whidbey Islanders show off their trophy and medals after placing 2nd in the Crossfire tournament in July. (Submitted photo)

Islanders take 2nd in Crossfire tournament / Soccer

The U16 boys South Whidbey Islanders finished second in the Crossfire Select Soccer Tournament July 27-29 in Redmond.

The Islanders, coached by Ben Rusch, won three matches to earn a spot in the title contest where they lost on penalty kicks after battling to a 0-0 tie.

Four other South Whidbey clubs competed in the tournament: the U14 girls Reign, the U19 women Summer Falcons, the U13 boys Islanders and the U11 boys Mutiny.

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