Teen Homecoming Queen Kicks Game-Winning Field Goal

Soon after 17-year old Kaylee Foster was crowned high school homecoming queen in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, she took off her tiara and put on helmet No. 15.

But the team needed more. With the game tied in overtime it all depended on Kaylee and one more kick.

"And then it went in," she said. "I was like, 'Wow,' and then the next thing I know everyone is like right there."

Kaylee Foster was crowned homecoming queen before scoring a game winning field goal. Image: Rendy Foster

The kick made her an instant star on social media. Over the course of a whirlwind weekend, she did a TV interview while getting made up for the homecoming dance.

"I was just going out there to kick an extra point, and now here we are," she said.

Kaylee, now in Year 12, has been on the football team for three years. But among homecoming queens she's not alone. Nike's controversial new ad featuring quarterback Colin Kaepernick includes 18-year-old Alicia Woollcott from Michigan.

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"Don't settle for homecoming queen. Or linebacker. Do both," the ad states. Nike calls the ad, "Dream Crazy."

But it's not such a crazy dream after all -- just ask Kaylee.

In America, high schools traditionally hold a 'homecoming' dance and football game in Autumn, to celebrate the school's senior athletes.  A King and Queen are crowned from the student body, usually by a popular vote.