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Soccer players from Central Kitsap, Olympic sign letters of intent

Central Kitsap Reporter Reporter
February 7, 2013 · Updated 2:08 PM

Senior Micaylla O'Leary signs a letter of intent to play for Saint Martin's in Lacey, WA on Wednesday at Olympic High School. / Photo courtesy of Jeff Halstead Photography

UPDATED (2:08 p.m.)

Three soccer players from Central Kitsap High School and one from Olympic signed letters of intent to play at the university level following graduation.

Jordan Kollars, Jessica Sanchez and Paige Serwold from Central Kitsap signed letters of intent during a ceremony at the high school on Wednesday. Kollars is going to Seattle Pacific, Sanchez to Idaho State and Serwold will be attending the University of Washington.

Olympic High School senior Micaylla O'Leary signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Saint Martin's University on Wednesday.

The senior was reportedly communicating with other schools including Central Michigan and University of Toledo, where her sister plays, but decided to attend the more local Saint Martin's.

"I've always been kind of a family person," O'Leary said. "It would have been hard for me to leave my mom and dad, and I kind of wanted a smaller school."

She said she verbally committed to the school last February.

O'Leary volunteers as an assistant coach with WestSound FC, and hopes to continue doing so in the summers after she graduates. She was recently named Volunteer of the Year by the Northwest Sound Youth Soccer Association.


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