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McKenzie Crowder goes from manager to kicker for North Vermillion football

Junior perfect this season on extra points

Posted: Sep 5, 2019 9:43 PM

McKenzie Crowder wanted to do anything she could to help the North Vermillion football team this season. She started as a manager, but when the team didn't have a kicker she stepped in. The junior was great in a tryout winning the job and has been perfect since. This season Crowder is a 11-for-11 on extra points. In the Falcons week one win over Owen Valley she became the first girl to score a point in North Vermillion football history.

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