Girls soccer: PHU loaded with senior commits



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Thu. January 23, 2014 | Bob Putnam | Email

Palm Harbor University's girls soccer team has five seniors who have committed to colleges, coach John Planamenta said.

The Hurricane commitments are: Mackenzie Geier (Northwestern State), Katie Im (Davidson), Quinn Lombard (Furman), Alexis Mouton (Alabama) and Sarah Raymond (Tampa).

They will sign their national letters of intent on Feb. 5 during ceremony at school, as well as with their respective club teams.

Last week, the seniors helped PHU win its 11th district title in the 12 seasons. Mouton played a huge role, scoring seven goals in three district tournament games.

Kayla Mouton, a junior, also committed to the Crimson Tide and will join her older sister in two years. 

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