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Sounders FC’s fourth homegrown signing defines his own path

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Last week, Seattle Sounders FC announced the signing of their fourth homegrown player in Victor Mansaray. At the start of the 2014 MLS season, Sounders signed their second and third homegrown players in Sean Okoli and Aaron Kovar, following the original homegrown success from star defender DeAndre Yedlin in 2013.
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FREE SAT and ACT Test Prep Programs Available to Washington Youth Soccer Athletes

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As a benefit of being a member of Washington Youth Soccer, we are now providing FREE access to acclaimed SAT and ACT Prep courses from eKnowledge, a $250 value! These courses from eKnowledge can be taken online or via DVD, which makes them ideal for the busy student-athlete.
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Regional Club League Puts Focus on Player Development Over Teams

Washington Youth Soccer's Regional Club League (RCL), presented by Chipotle, brings together the state's top clubs — which naturally attract the top coaches and players — for year-long like-versus-like training and competition. It would be natural to assume, then, in such a hyper-competitive environment, that the focus of everyone involved in the program would be winning games. In fact, that couldn't be further from the truth.
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Parents Are An Important Part of the Team, Too

From helping a child first connect with the game, to encouraging their positive growth and development, parents are an essential part of a young player’s life — before, during and after the game. The behavior you exhibit on the sidelines throughout the season has a serious impact on both your player and his/her teammates, and it is your responsibility as a parent to make sure you are following proper sideline etiquette.
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Mercer Island Native Jordan Morris Earns First USMNT Call-Up

Just 16 months ago, Jordan Morris stood before his classmates at Mercer Island High School, celebrating his graduation as his family and friends looked on with pride. In September, he was called onto a different stage ? and this time, the entire world was watching.
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Eastside Youth Soccer Association Establishes Program-Wide Curriculum For U8-U9

The toughest challenge most new youth soccer coaches face is constructing their lesson plans. Should they focus on just one skill per practice, or should they mix skills to keep the kids interested? Once they've decided on a strategy, what specific drills are best for that skill and age group? What about all the parents who think their son or daughter should be focusing on scoring more goals? Is it best to just scrimmage, and simulate the real game experience?
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Win Forever

Huskies' men's soccer head coach Jamie Clark talks about preparation for the season ahead, and for youth players aspiring to reach the game's highest levels.
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EPD Camp Leads To National Team Call-Up for Washington's Sakura Yoshida

In June, 11 Washington Youth Soccer players were hand-picked by Elite Player Development program staff to attend a prestigious identification camp established by U.S. Soccer head coach Jill Ellis. The purpose of the camp was to uncover as-yet-undiscovered players throughout Region IV, who coaches thought had the talent to compete at the international level, but had so far been overlooked by the national team system.
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Lynnwood's Isa Whalen Laces Up The Cleats In International Tournament

It was a journey months in the making, including tryouts in another state, and a trip across the Pacific Ocean, but Isa Whalen was finally there.
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Select, RCL Subcomittees Make Significant Improvements to Select Programming

For years, the Select level of play has bridged the gap between recreational and premier, with a more developmental and results-oriented approach than rec, but a lower time and financial commitment than premier. With consistent rosters comprised largely of players from the local community, it gives players who want to stay with their friends and classmates, and pursue a higher challenge than rec, the opportunity to do so, without the schedule, cost and travel demands of the premier level.
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Reunited: Washington ODP Teammates Back Together Again For Sounders FC

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Just a few short years ago, DeAndre Yedlin, Sean Okoli and Aaron Kovar were teammates in Washington Youth Soccer’s Olympic Development Program (now Elite Player Development). In March, they will step onto the field as teammates again … at CenturyLink Field, wearing the Rave Green of Seattle Sounders FC.
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Snohomish, Wash. Chosen to Host 2015 US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup

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Washington Youth Soccer is proud to announce that Snohomish will host the 2015 US Youth Soccer Region IV (West) Presidents Cup, June 9-14, 2015 at Stocker Fields. Qualifiers from the 14 western US Youth Soccer State Associations, including the champions of the Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup, in the Under-13 through Under-17 Boys and Girls age groups advance to the US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup.
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Inaugural League Champions Cup reunites Washington and British Columbia soccer

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Champions from the Washington Youth Soccer Regional Club League (RCL) and B.C. Soccer Premier League (BCSPL) met at Woodinville Sports Park in Woodinville, Wash. Dec. 14-15 to compete for the first League Champions Cup, the latest soccer exchange program between Washington and B.C. Champions in the Under-13 through Under-16 Boys and Girls age groups played head-to-head, and the league with the most aggregate victories would claim the trophy and bragging rights for the year.
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