She started her kicker career with the Greyhounds football team in 2017. Prior to Friday night's game, she successfully hit all 11 extra point tries and made one of her two field goal attempts this season, hitting her longest kick of 42 yards, The Sun Herald reported. She's also a soccer star at the school.
She put 6 points on the board in last week's game with two field goals, but it was in overtime when Foster put her kicking prowess to the test, getting the extra point needed to break the overtime tie, Gulf Live reported.
After winning the game for her team, she stopped for a photo op that shows both sides of the high school senior.
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Foster told Gulf Live she was more nervous waiting to hear who got the crown than kicking the winning extra point. Hands down it was the homecoming announcement that was more nerve-wracking.
"I was pretty sure I wasn't going to be homecoming queen, but I was pretty sure I was going to make that kick," Foster told Gulf Live.