Louisa, Ky — Lawrence Co. Senior Soccer Goalie Ally Moore will continue her academic and athletic career at Division II West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buchannon, West Virginia after signing her NLI at the LCHS Library in front of family, friends and teammates last week.
The SoccerDawgs went 67-14 with four District championships and played in the state tournament in her four year career as the starting goalie.
The Bobcats went 13-7 last year and compete in the Mountain East Conference. The school is about three hours from Louisa and Ally will join former Lady Dawg Softball player Ciana Bowen on campus.
Lawrence Co. Head Coach Heath Webb
“… Ally had an amazing high school career as a varsity starter, starting all four years and in my opinion the very best goal keeper in the region all four seasons.”
“… I had the pleasure of coaching Ally from youth league to middle school and two years of high school and she was always one of the hardest working players. She always looked for ways to make herself better and held herself and her teammates to a high standard. I wish her all the best as she continues her journey at WV Wesleyan.’
West Virginia Wesleyan signee Ally Moore
“… I was happy to see all my friends and family make it to my signing. It really means a lot to see everyone that has had an impact on me not only as a player, but also as a person, in the same room with me.”
“… I’m super excited to start a new adventure at Wesleyan. I keep describing the town and campus to everyone that asks about where it’s located and I start to realize how small and simple the campus/town really is. I realize that it’s perfect for me. I don’t need a big city to keep me busy. I’m just happy to find a place that feels so welcoming, along with the location and I’m even more excited to be a part of the LBC (Lady Bobcats… that’s what the girls call their team). Every time I’ve been on campus the girls always have a smile on their faces and welcome me without hesitation.”
“… Prior to my signing my dad drove me and Hayleah up to watch Beth Burchett (my future teammate/roommate), and Makayla Ouskey (Cumberlands commit) sign their letters of intent they are both teammates on Eastern Elite.”
“… I’m excited to move on to play at the next level, especially with my friends. and I know it’s going to be a tough ride, but in the end it’ll all be worth it.”