No downtime on gameday for Audra Lewis–the South Allegheny (McKeesport, Penn.) High School student plays on the football team as kicker and performs with the marching band as a majorette for halftime.
From Yahoo Sports:
“She’s like Superman, changing those outfits,” South Allegheny football coach Pat Monroe told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in a story on Lewis.
Also a three-time All-Section soccer star for the Gladiators, Lewis served as the backup kicker on a South Allegheny squad that finished 7-3 last season. That made pulling double duty as a majorette during halftime a bit easier during her junior year.
Now a senior, she earned the starting job this fall and scored the only points on a 31-yard field goal in the Gladiators’ 31-3 opening night loss to Pittsburgh’s Seton La Salle High.
“Last year, I think she got her feet wet a little just coming out for the team,” Monroe told the Post-Gazette. “But she worked hard in the offseason and she’s a tremendous athlete. She’s a tremendous soccer player, and her kicking is not [just] a novelty by any stretch of the imagination. I have faith in her, and the kids respect her.”
View the video interview: