Smith-Cotton High School senior Sabra Moon has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at State Fair Community College in Sedalia.

Moon, the daughter of Lindsey Moon, is a two-time varsity letter winner in soccer. For her career to date she has scored 12 goals and is credited with six assists. She earned First Team All-District honors in the 2018 season.

SFCC Women’s Soccer Head Coach Jaime Beltran sees a lot of potential for Moon with the Lady Roadrunners. “I think she is an outstanding offensive player and that is an area that (we) needed to get a little bit stronger with,” Beltran said.

“Once we have her on campus, we will see if she is an attacking midfielder or a forward … but right now, I think she is going to be a force on the attacking side. She is just always finding gaps in the other team’s defense so we are excited about what she is going to bring.” S-C Girls Soccer Head Coach Meredith Brick said, “We wish the best of luck to Sabra as she continues her soccer career at SFCC.”

In the photo: Smith-Cotton High School senior Sabra Moon has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at State Fair Community College in Sedalia. Seated with her are her grandmother Lisa Moon and mother Lindsey Moon; back, from left: S-C Principal Wade Norton, club coach Halee Ruckman, S-C Girls Soccer Head Coach Meredith Brick, grandfather Pat Moon, SFCC Women’s Soccer Head Coach Jaime Beltran, and S-C Athletic Director Rob Davis.