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Her Best Move
Directed by Norm Hunter
Release date(s) September 7, 2007
Language English

Her Best Move is a 2007 film produced by Summertime Films. It tells the story of a 15 year-old soccer prodigy named Sara Davis who has a chance to join the U.S. National Team. At the same time, she must juggle high school, romance, sports, and parental pressure.


Sara Davis (Leah Pipes), a 15-year-old female soccer prodigy, has a chance to join the U.S. National Soccer Team. Her daily life is extremely hectic, as she finds a balance between high school, romance, sports, and parental pressure while realizing her own priorities. Sara, coached by her father Gil (Scott Patterson), sacrifices her interest in dance, photography, and her social life to concentrate on her sport. With the encouragement of her best friend Tutti (Lalaine), Sara begins a relationship with Josh (Drew Bell), the solitary photographer on the school newspaper. As she takes control of her life, Sara faces the challenge of discovering what she really wants, so that she can make the best move of her life.


  • Leah Pipes as Sara Davis
  • Scott Patterson as Gil Davis
  • Lisa Darr as Julia
  • Drew Bell as Josh
  • Lalaine as Tutti
  • Daryl Sabara as Doogie
  • Jhoanna Flores as Regina Fay
  • Masterson as Lori
  • Brandi Chastain as herself
  • Nick McManigal as cheering section/background extra
  • Melanie Bickford as cheering section/background extra
  • Edward Hanlon as cheering section/background extra
  • Cher. Nickole as spectator
  • Anthony Aaron as spectator
  • Scott Hanshew as featured background extra

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