Homecoming Queen Kicks Winning Field Goal
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“The homecoming queen kicks winning field goal” is not a headline you frequently see. For that reason alone, please read on. When you are the homecoming queen and you have an important game on your home field, you feel like having a huge burden on your shoulders. That was not the case with Kaylee Foster […] The post Homecoming Queen Kicks Winning Field Goal appeared first on Sports Feel Good Stories.