Palmetto High School soccer player Kaitlyn Jones signs a letter of intent to play at Webber International University on Thursday. She is flanked by (from left) parents BJ Jones and Karen Jones, Webber International University assistant coach Derrick Smith and ECNL Director for the West Florida Flames club soccer team Jorge Zavala.
Palmetto High School soccer player Kaitlyn Jones signs a letter of intent to play at Webber International University on Thursday. She is flanked by (from left) parents BJ Jones and Karen Jones, Webber International University assistant coach Derrick Smith and ECNL Director for the West Florida Flames club soccer team Jorge Zavala. Palmetto High School Photo provided
Palmetto High School soccer player Kaitlyn Jones signs a letter of intent to play at Webber International University on Thursday. She is flanked by (from left) parents BJ Jones and Karen Jones, Webber International University assistant coach Derrick Smith and ECNL Director for the West Florida Flames club soccer team Jorge Zavala. Palmetto High School Photo provided

Palmetto’s Kaitlyn Jones signs with D-II Webber International for soccer

February 17, 2017 12:24 AM

UPDATED February 17, 2017 01:01 AM

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