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Wesley Chapel girls soccer standout Kelsey Bare commits to Saint Leo
Posted Dec 20, 2012 by Mike Camunas
Updated Dec 20, 2012 at 11:26 AM
Wesley Chapel girls soccer has usually never had much to brag about. Kelsey Bare has changed that.
Bare, who has a team-high 14 goals for the 4-7-2 Wildcats, committed to play at Saint Leo earlier this week, her mother, Kim Bare, told the Tampa Tribune in an e-mail.
With 14 goals this season, Bare will most likely break the program’s season record tonight against Anclote.
Bare is easily one of the best players ever to play for Wesley Chapel’s girls soccer program, including helping leading the Wildcats to their best season in 2011-12, in which they went 9-11 and finished Class 3A-District 7 runner ups to Land O’ Lakes.
Bare will be joined by fellow standout girls soccer player, Wiregrass Ranch’s Berlin Waters, who committed to Saint Leo prior to the season starting. Waters is one of the top goal scorers for the Bulls.
Saint Leo women’s soccer team struggled this past season, going 2-12-2 and were outscored 33-9.