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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

Homegrown Players Slide 2-18-14
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

RIV PCup 15 Host Ann Slide 1-23-14
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

13 League Champions Cup Results Slide 12-17-13
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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