Alexandria “Penny” Warner is continuing to make a name for herself on the soccer field as she is heading into her final high school season.
At the age of five, Warner began her journey as a soccer player which has helped enhance her skills as a varsity athlete.
The 17-year-old forward is currently helping the Valkyrie Pearland Soccer Club to a 6-0 record while she has racked up 16 goals this season.
Over the course of her high school career, Warner has over 80 goals where most of those came from her time playing at Daphne High School in Alabama where she was selected as a All-State and All-County player.
Congratulations to Penny Warner, Alexia Charqueno, Dinuki Wickramanayake, and Abby Jordan on being named to the All-County team! pic.twitter.com/sy3UNcASbN
— Daphne High Women’s Soccer (@dhswoso) May 25, 2022
In January, Warner will begin her senior season at Shadow Creek High School as she is striving to impress some college coaches and earn a scholarship to play on the next level. She hopes to one day become a dentist but also earn a chance to play in the Olympics.
Warner, the oldest of two children, has already proved what a great athlete she is over the years, and now that her family has moved to Texas, she will be able to show her skills off again with a new soccer team.
https://t.co/LMmQ1CNwbh Check out the🐐!
— Larry Warner (@coachWarnerRB) April 30, 2021
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Penny is the daughter of Vicksburg natives Larry and Dominique Warner.