VIERA, Fla - Viera high school girls soccer has been one of the most consistent programs in the state the last few years. One of the reasons is last year’s MVP Allison Worley.  "She has always been a physical strong player," says 4th year Head Coach Calvin Dixon.

Like many teams have faced in the area, their season has been affected by COVID-19.  They had games cancelled in the early part of the year. "It feels good to come back a two week quarantine score four goals and have a seven to one win," says Worley.  "After being shut down for a couple of weeks and get that result and for Ally to start as quick as she has, that will help us going into the future," says coach Dixon.

The four goal game came off their first victory agianst Heritage on December 2nd. But when asked if that was the most she has ever scored in game, Worley said"No sir, I scored five goals last year."  That happened against Sebastian River in the playoffs last year in a 8-0 victory.

This year's team returned a lot veterans back after a deep playoff run. "Ally is one of 12 seniors that we have, so we want to go out on a high for them," says Coach Dixon.  "The team has been working together great. Most of the seniors have been playing together for a lot years, so we have a great bond with each other," says Worley.