After competing with her brothers, Meadowdale’s Emily Crichlow is dominating girls soccer

Meadowdale senior Emily Crichlow had 18 goals last season, and will be key to the Mavericks’ offense again. (LINDSEY WASSON / THE SEATTLE TIMES)

Modest, almost unassuming, could describe Emily Crichlow. That’s in the school hallways.

Put the Meadowdale forward on the soccer pitch, though, and she’s an all-out blur of arms and legs pumping. With blow-by speed, lateral movement and a lethal first step, the four-year starter overwhelms.

Our news partner, the Seattle Times, reports that the Mavericks’ leader and senior captain is poised to complete some unfinished business in 2013 after her 2012 team, then ranked No. 1 in Class 3A, suffered its season’s first loss in the state quarterfinals to eventual champion Columbia River, 1-0.

Read the story here.

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