Enumclaw’s McClusky to play soccer at Green River

Enumclaw High senior Brie McClusky has committed to Green River College, where she will continue her academic and athletic careers.

  • Thursday, February 9, 2017 10:13am
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Enumclaw High senior Brie McClusky has committed to Green River College, where she will continue her academic and athletic careers.

During the fall season at EHS, McClusky earned first-team honors in the North Puget Sound League 4A Olympic Division.

A defender, it appears she will be firmly planted in the back row for Green River coach Stu Snow. The veteran coach is looking to replace nine graduating sophomores.

That group helped the Gators qualify for the 2016 Northwest Athletic Conference tournament. The team posted a record of 11-5-3, reversing a four-year skid with losing records, and secured the program’s second tourney berth since Snow took the coaching reins in spring 2009.

Green River’s women’s soccer program started competing in the Northwest Athletic Conference in 1994. The Gators practice and play their home contests at Wilson Playfields in Kent.

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