Every time she's on the soccer field, Kendall Herbaugh's goal is no goals.
"When someone's coming down the field," Herbaugh said. "I'm just kind of trying to not let them score."
"I think that transitions into her life," Central High School girls varsity soccer head coach Kim Dellinger said. "She just keeps pushing pushing pushing and trying no matter what she does to achieve every goal."
Herbaugh as earned many honors in basketball and soccer over the four years, serving as a captain for both teams. Last year, she became the first ever girls soccer player at Central to be named first team all-state.
"She is a combination of someone who works hard, who is very intelligent and at the same time is very driven," Central High School teacher Patrick McCarthy said.
Herbaugh will attend James Madison University for college, where she's planning on studying business. She eventually wants to attend law school.