Homecoming Queen is Football Queen
Kaylee Foster was honoured with the title homecoming queen of Ocean Springs High School. Usually this would be followed by celebrations, a lot of photos, and perhaps an afterparty.
Kaylee Foster kicker/homecoming queen for the Ocean Springs Greyhounds scoring the game winning field goal (video courtesy of Martha Kirby via Facebook) pic.twitter.com/yEmzboGCyp
— Kayla Beatty (@KaylaRBeatty) September 8, 2018
A few hours later she had to ditch the crown, not for malice, but because she had to fit a football helmet.
Kaylee took to the field and kicked the winning extra point to lead her team to a 13-12 victory over George County High School, local news outlets reported.
Foster kicked two field goals earlier, giving her a majority of the team’s points. The sun does not set on the kingdom of Kaylee.
Primarily an association football (soccer) player, Foster has been a player in football varsity since beginning high school and a royal member of homecoming court for the past four years.
She put her crown back on after the game, posing for photos in her uniform. Two wins in one night.