(Fredericktown) Fredericktown’s Alivia Buxton is a rare talent. The scoring machine had one of the best careers in all of Missouri high school soccer. The senior is in the MSHSAA record books and top-5 for goals in a game, goals in a half, assists, total points in a single game, and holds numerous Fredericktown records. She’s accomplished so much in her high school career and didn’t even get to play all four seasons. Buxton was able to score 66 goals this season, and while it may be an individual stat, she sees it as a team accomplishment.
Fredericktown improved from 9 wins to 17 this season. Buxton tells us what changed.
Buxton says that succeeding during the season is from the work you put in during the offseason.
Buxton will be playing for Mississippi State University next spring. While the season starts in 2023, the grind starts now.
Fredericktown finished with a record of 17-4-1 and fell in the District Championship game to Perryville who eventually placed 4th at states.
Full Interview with Alivia Buxton: