High school is crazy enough, but for fifteen-year-old Sara Davis (LEAH PIPES, star of Lionsgate's "Odd Girl Out," "Malcolm in the Middle") it's about to get even crazier.
Sara is a national caliber soccer prospect who dances through her opponents to make impossible shots on goal - skills honed by her father Gil (SCOTT PATTERSON, "Gilmore Girls," "Justice League"), a well-established soccer coach. But this success has come with a price - Sara has sacrificed her interest in dance, photography and, of course, boys.
Sara's mother Julia (LISA DARR, "Gods and Monsters") struggles with both Gil's obsession to perfect Sara into a soccer star and Sara's trials of adolescence.
Encouraged by her best friend Tutti (LALAINE, TV's "Lizzie McGuire") to jump-start her life outside soccer, Sara makes up for lost time: from hi-jinks in the chemistry lab, to tender moments in the darkroom and anguish at the prom. And while she still relishes the freedom she feels when on the soccer field, Sara's renewed connection with her mother leads her to question the athletic path the Gil has set out for her.
When Gil learns that Sara has a shot at becoming the youngest player ever on the U.S. National Development Team, he pushes even harder. Her hopes of performing in the dance recital and exploring a relationship with Josh(DREW TYLER BELL, TV's "The Bold and the Beautiful"), a hunky but shy photographer on the school newspaper, are totally shoved aside.
With U.S. Team scouts watching every shot, Sara faces the challenge of discovering her true self so she can make the best move of her life.