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Three Fremont girls' soccer players sign to play at Weber State

Published February 1, 2017 12:41 pm
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There will be a distinct Fremont feel to the Weber State women's soccer program.

The Wildcats announced they signed 10 recruits Wednesday, and three played at Fremont. The Silverwolves fell to Davis in the Class 5A state title game in October.

Four Utah prep players from other schools also were part of the signing class.

The three Fremont players to sign were forward midfielder Katie Allen, forward/midfielder Kinsley Napoli and defender Grace Youngberg.

Roy goalkeeper Kaytlin Bradley, Weber High midfielder/forward Mylee Broad, Northridge defender Cambrie Lake and Mountain Crest defender Harlee Turnbow also signed with Weber State.

— Kevin Winters Morriss






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