The 5-foot-9 junior won the long jump and the triple jump at the Class 5A state meet this past season, leading the Eagles to the state championship as a team. Moore soared 45 feet, 4.75 inches in the triple jump and leapt 20-8 in the long jump, while also running the lead leg for the winning 4x200 relay quartet and the second-place 4x100 relay foursome. Her season-best, wind-legal efforts of 44-1 in the triple jump and 20-11.75 in the long jump both ranked as the nation’s No. 1 performances among prep competitors in 2018 at the time of her selection. Moore captured the triple jump crown (43-4) at this month’s USATF Junior Outdoor Championships and took second in the long jump.
Moore has maintained an A average in the classroom. She will begin her senior year of high school this fall.
A devoted member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Moore has helped feed the needy and has volunteered locally on behalf of an animal shelter and youth track programs.