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Inglemoor runners sign to continue soccer in college

Inglemoor High School seniors Abby Morrow and Simone Gunsolus signed a letter of intent to continue playing soccer in college.  - Courtesy photo
Inglemoor High School seniors Abby Morrow and Simone Gunsolus signed a letter of intent to continue playing soccer in college.
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Inglemoor High School seniors Abby Morrow and Simone Gunsolus signed a national letter of intent to continue their athletics in college.

Morrow is set to play soccer for the University of Oregon women’s soccer team. She is a three-year letter winner at Inglemoor, three time first team All-Kingco selection (2011-13), was voted team MVP in 2011 and 2013 and was selected team captain as a junior and senior.

“We are looking forward to Abby’s ability to play-make in the midfield. Her ability to keep and maintain possession while penetrating the attack will be a great addition to our team,” said Kat Mertz, Oregon head coach.

Gunsolus is going to play soccer at Washington State University. She earned three varsity letters for soccer at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore under head coach Amanda Potts. She was the 2013 team captain and all KingCo first team member in 2012 and 2013 seasons. Gunsolus earned the 2013 KingCo Academic Excellence award and she played for Crossfire club team.

 

 

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