Started all 14 games (seven as a pitcher) ... offensively, batted .422 (19-for-45) with a .440 on-base percentage and .889 slugging percentage ... totaled 18 runs, five doubles, two triples, four home runs, 20 RBIs, three walks and two stolen bases ... had two or more hits in eight games ... went 7-1 with a two saves, 1.27 ERA and 29 strikeouts in 55 innings ... limited opponents to a .223 batting average ... ranked in the top 20 nationally in seven differen categories ... threw a two-hit shutout at Bethany on March 1 ... fired a four-hit shutout versus Florida National on March 8.
Following an impressive high school career, Moore played in 36 games (35 starts) as a freshman ... offensively, batted .322 (37-for-115) with a .339 on-base percentage and .443 slugging percentage ... talllied 21 runs, five doubles, three home runs, 24 RBIs, five walks and three stolen bases ... collected multiple hits in 14 games ... as a pitcher, went 12-9 with a 2.85 ERA and 76 strikeouts in 132.2 innings ... in 25 pitching appearances (18 starts), allowed only 13 walks ... limited opponents to a .261 batting average ... threw a nine-inning shutout (six hits allowed) with seven strikeouts at Midland on April 16 ... fired a two-hit shutout against Dordt on April 27.
Camry played for Coach Shawn Carr at Crete High School. She was a four year letter, four year starter for the Cardinals. She was voted captain for three of those four years, along with Super-State First Team, Class B All-State Honorary Captain. She was a part of the 2017 Class B State Championship team. Camry also played basketball and track in school, collecting third place in 4x100m relay in 2017, seventh place in triple jump in 218, and District Runner-up for basketball in 2018.
Camry was born in Lincoln, Nebraska to Alan and Dede Moore. She has one older sister, Carissa.