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Heather O’Reilly ends pro career on top with NC Courage, NWSL title


With a four-goal lead in the 89th minute, Paul Riley thought it was time. The coach called for to exit the match. As she walked to greet him and teammates on the bench, cheers grew louder for the kid they call HAO. With the game in the bag, she smiled, raised her arms and basked in the championship-winning feeling one last time. (Pro Soccer USA)

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