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Soccer news

WSC captures state title

   The Washington Soccer Club (WSC) beat the Tacoma F.C. Royals 1-0, winning the girls U-17 state championship Mar. 9. WSC scored on a header by Jen Kuske from a corner kick by Keri Almond with only five and a half minutes left to play. Jill Whitney, from Redmond High, won the tournament's fair play award. Suzanne Culpepper, of Woodinville High, was the leading scorer with six goals and three assists. Comprised of local girls, the team plays in the Premier 1 league. WSC advances to the regional tournament in Salt Lake City, Utah, on June 20.

Soccer registration

   Woodinville soccer clubs are distributing registration packets for returning players to team managers or coaches. Anyone who played soccer last fall on a Woodinville Club team and hasn't heard from a team manager or coach by March 21 should call the club registrar at 486-5106, mail box 5009.
   Players in the U-6 program held at the Sorenson Complex last fall will receive a registration form by mail. Call the club registrar if you haven't received one by April 4.
   Open registration for all new Northshore Youth Soccer players will be held May 7 and 8 from 7-9 p.m. and May 10 from noon to 4 p.m. Woodinville Youth Soccer Club managers and coaches meet the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Leota Junior High School. Parents are welcome to attend.

Northshore players commit

   WHS soccer players from the Northshore Washington Soccer Club U-18 team who have commited to play college soccer include: Dee Behler, who will play for the University of Washington; Tricia Gordon will be at University of San Diego; Heather Hartstein will play at Oklahoma State University; and Katy Uhlmansiek will be at Bates College. Jamie Swenson, a Bothell High School player, will play at Southern Colorado University.