"She always had a smile on her face, whenever she came by she says hi," said Dennis Stevens, a family friend.
But for a girl who friends say "brought sunshine to the field," it is just right.
"I am just elated, that so many people came, and they really care about her," said Lori Sheffield, Allison's mother.
One by one they laid down flowers, and shared their favorite memories of the teen.
"She picked me up, clear off the ground and tackled me, it was cool and I got ragged on by the team for like a week and a half after that," said Mike Usher, Allison's friend.
Allison died last week, she and two friends were on their way to Wendy's after practice. Police say the driver, 19 year old Anthony Valdesuso, was speeding south on Georgia Avenue, when he lost control and slammed into a utility pole.
"I don't think we can ever make sense of this, it’s just one of those things life does to us, hopefully something will be learned from this," said Stevens.
"Hopefully something good will come out of this, we want everybody to know that there are still two boys that need your prayers," said Bill Sheffield, Allie's father.
Allie leaves behind a young sister. Her mother hopes this also serves a lesson to parents.
"Just kiss your babies everyday and tell them you love them, that's all I can say," said Allie's mother.
The two other people in the car suffered only minor injuries.
Allie's family donated her organs, which helped save four lives.
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