Seattle’s Lamar Neagle, left, and New York City FC's Pablo Alvarez chase the ball during an MLS soccer game May 3 in New York. Neagle, who attended Thomas Jefferson High in Federal Way, was traded to the Montreal Impact in 2012 and returned to the Sounders in 2013.
Seattle’s Lamar Neagle, left, and New York City FC's Pablo Alvarez chase the ball during an MLS soccer game May 3 in New York. Neagle, who attended Thomas Jefferson High in Federal Way, was traded to the Montreal Impact in 2012 and returned to the Sounders in 2013. Seth Wenig The Associated Press
Seattle’s Lamar Neagle, left, and New York City FC's Pablo Alvarez chase the ball during an MLS soccer game May 3 in New York. Neagle, who attended Thomas Jefferson High in Federal Way, was traded to the Montreal Impact in 2012 and returned to the Sounders in 2013. Seth Wenig The Associated Press

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