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Radomski joining Cascades

Carley Radomski is joining the Fraser Valley Cascades women
Carley Radomski is joining the Fraser Valley Cascades women's soccer program next season.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times file photo

While soccer has taken Carley Radomski as far away as Guatemala with the Canadian U17 national team, her next destination will be much closer to home.

Radomski, who graduates from Walnut Grove Secondary this spring, has signed with the Fraser Valley Cascades.

"Her ability to play at an advanced pace and intensity level will allow her to play at an advanced pace and intensity level will allow her to play a pivotal role as our team continues our progression to be an elite Canada West program," said Cascades coach Rob Giesbrecht.

"Carley also possesses the character that we look for: she is a committed athlete that is determined to be successful.

"She fits in very well to our young, ambitious team and we cannot wait for her to join us."

Radomski has played for Langley FC and Magnusson Ford Mariners FC and with the Whitecaps Girls Elite Program. She has also played for the provincial team, attended several national youth team camps and represented Canada at the CONCACAF U17 World Cup qualifying tournament in Guatemala.

"Carley is a dynamic player that can play at both a defensive or midfield position and excel at both," said Jesse Symons, the Whitecaps Girls Elite Program director.

"She has tremendous short and long range passing ability, which will help start attacks as well as keep possession."

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