Karlee Smith, a Moore High School softball player, has over 34,000 TikTok followers.
She always considered herself somewhat of an entertainer.
“I do, like, dancing, or I post softball TikToks,” Smith said. “I really just do whatever is trending on TikTok, but usually dances.”
Smith even includes her teammates in the fun.
“Pretty much everyone likes making TikToks. Like, my freshman year, we all got in groups and made TikToks,” Smith said. “To be able to have fun as a team, I think it’s important to get along and have a good bond.”
Sometimes, even the coaches watch and enjoy the TikToks.
“What I love about playing at Moore is the friendships I have made throughout the years,” Smith said, “and I feel like the school and community supports our team well by always cheering us on and being loud, which gets us hype.”
Smith describes herself as “very hard-working and humble.” Her goal is to win a state championship before she graduates while being “the best team player to make that happen.”
“Karlee is an amazing outfielder. She is really fast and has no fear for laying out if that is needed to get an out,” Moore head softball coach Stephanie Riley said.
After her senior year, Smith will attend Rogers State University in Claremore.