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Snoqualmie athlete Maddie Racine, at Eastside Catholic, commits to Seattle University Soccer

Eastside Catholic High School athlete Maddie Racine, left, of Snoqualmie, signed her national letter of intent to play soccer at Seattle University.   - Courtesy photo
Eastside Catholic High School athlete Maddie Racine, left, of Snoqualmie, signed her national letter of intent to play soccer at Seattle University.
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Eastside Catholic High School student and Snoqualmie resident Maddie Racine signed her national letter of intent in February to play soccer at Seattle University.

Racine played and started all four years at Eastside Catholic, as a defender, midfielder and forward.

“She was a huge part of our success for four years,” said EC head coach Scott Brayton.

Racine was part of the first team at Eastside Catholic girls’ soccer to qualify for state her freshman year.

In her sophomore year, she moved from an outside defender to a midfielder and helped Eastside Catholic finish third in state—the best finish in school history.

“Her senior year, she was team captain while again playing wherever we needed her,” said Brayton. She led the team in scoring her senior year, and was voted All-Metro League all four years and first team All-Metro League her junior and senior years.

“Maddie is an amazing young lady who loves to compete,” Brayton said. “She will be a great addition to Julie Woodworth’s Seattle University program next fall.”

 

 

 

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