Atlanta, the defending U-17 national champion, took a 1-0 lead in the eighth minute, but the Sounders then broke through in the 40th minute when Ray Serrano scored the first of his two goals to start a run of five consecutive Seattle goals.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An offensive onslaught erased an early deficit as the Seattle Sounders Academy U-17 team claimed a 5-1 victory Tuesday over Atlanta United in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy title game.

Atlanta, the defending U-17 national champion, took a 1-0 lead in the eighth minute. The Sounders then broke through in the 40th minute when Ray Serrano scored the first of his two goals. Alec Diaz then gave Seattle the lead for good right before halftime with his goal.

After Serrano scored in the 64th minute for a 3-1 lead, Azriel Gonzalez and Alfonso Ocampo-Chavez added late goals for the Sounders.

SEATTLE REIGN

• Forward Jaycie Johnson has been signed to a standard NWSL player agreement. Johnson originally signed with the Reign in March as a National Team Replacement Player, but then suffered a knee injury.

GOLF

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Graysen Huff of Eagle, Idaho, continued his hot streak of golf at The Home Course, firing a 66 Tuesday after a 65 Monday for a 131 total and a five-stroke victory in the stroke-play qualifying portion of the Pacific Northwest Golf Association’s Men’s Amateur. His round included an eagle on the eighth hole and a 32 on the back nine. Now, though, everything starts afresh with 64 players qualifying for the match-play portion of the championship. Jan Schneider, a sophomore at Washington, finished second with a 69 for a 136 total.

ROWING

Alex Twist of Seattle will represent the United States in lightweight men’s single sculls at the World Rowing Cup this weekend in Lucerne, Switzerland. Twist last represented the U.S. at the 2017 World Rowing Championships in lightweight pairs, where he finished sixth. Other area athletes competing in Lucerne will be Hunter Hodges of Seattle, Elijah Maesner of Duvall and Madison Molitor of Moses Lake in the men’s fours. Arne Landboe of Shoreline, Rielly Milne of Woodinville and Samuel Halbert of Redmond in the men’s eight.