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PHOTOS: Breakers pay thanks to retired Whitehill

Earlier this year, Cat Whitehill announced her retirement from professional soccer. For an in-depth look at Whitehill’s story, read Dan Lauletta’s interview with the former Olympic champion and World Cup veteran.

On Saturday, the Boston Breakers — the club with which Whitehill spent the past three-plus years — honored Whitehill, and The Equalizer’s Clark Linehan was there to capture the emotional moments:

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

Cat Whitehill. (Photo Copyright Clark Linehan for The Equalizer)

And here’s a video of highlights of Whitehill’s career from the Breakers:

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