Murnane Focuses on High School Club
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Murnane Focuses on High School Club

Like many soccer players, Westfield senior Sean Murnane was feeling overworked in playing a year-round schedule of club and high school soccer. Fearing he might burn out, the All-Met Player of the Year took time off from his D.C. United Academy team this spring to focus on high school. Video by B.J. Koubaroulis and Paul Tenorio/The Washington Post

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