WWU Women’s Soccer inks Oak Harbor standout Caylie Etherington to NLI | 790 KGMI

Western Washington University head women’s soccer coach Travis Connell has announced the addition of Oak Harbor High School midfielder Caylie Etherington to the program, who signed a national letter of intent to play for the Vikings beginning in 2018.

Etherington is an attacking midfielder who was a four-time All-WESCO League selection and served as a two-year captain for the Wildcats. She played club soccer for Greater Seattle Surf (2017-18), Seattle Reign Academy (2016-17) and Crossfire Premier (2013-16).

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  1. Did you hear about Caylie’s uncle, Jimmy Etherington date rapes women with an ecstasy like drug he makes at home in Big Bear City. Also, Jimmy assaulted Caylie’s older sister when she was only a child. He was her boyfriend bringing over bags of pills, basically a drug dealer who sexually raped Caylie’s older sister. The case went to court, but Jimmy paid off the family and they lied to keep Jimmy out of trouble and for a nice white wedding in Barbados. Not bad for a serial killer. Great job, wifey and stepson for keeping a serial killer and rapist on the streets who continues to rape other women and then threatens to kill them if they tell anyone. Oh yeah, and his new date rape after pill engineered to kill an unborn pregnancy after the rape uses formaldehyde. He talks in his sleep.

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