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Rowdies re-sign three, exercise option on Shane Hill

Midfielder Keith Savage got a new three-year deal good through the 2015 season, and midfielder Evans Frimpong and defender Draymond Washington signed new two-year deals, the Rowdies announced Wednesday.

The team also exercised its 2013 option for midfielder Shane Hill, son of coach Ricky Hill, and declined one for forward Fafa Picault.

Rowdies re-sign three, exercise option on Shane Hill 11/28/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 28, 2012 10:11pm]
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