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ALL-AREA FIELD HOCKEY CAPSULES
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
The conference and region player of the year had 25 goals and 44 assists out of the midfield, and led the Chargers to their second straight state championship.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Sullivan’s Wildcats brought home the first hockey state title in school history, rolling through Conference 15, the 5A North and the state tournament to capture to championship.
The Conference 4 player of the year finished her career with a staggering 22-assist season. The VCU recruit also scored six goals this fall.
North Stafford senior
Cochran stood up to a barrage of shots this year and kept North Stafford in games. She was the coaches’ pick for Conference 15 first-team honors.
James Monroe senior
Fisher concluded her fine high school career in the midfield for the Jackets with an all-conference and all-region season, leading her team to the state semifinals.
An all-state, region and conference first-teamer, Galera tallied 33 goals with 24 assists as a play-making forward for the two-time state champions.
Mountain View junior
The Wildcats’ play-making forward had 23 goals this season, including all three of Mountain View’s tallies in the state championship game.
Mountain View junior
The 5A–North player of the year led the Wildcats in goals (30) and was a key piece of Mountain View’s lockdown defense from her midfield position.
The Panthers’ top defender finished with three goals and four stick saves this year. She was an all-region first-team selection in the 5A–North.
Mountain View senior
The Wildcats’ right midfielder was an all-region and all-conference first-teamer. She finished with seven goals and was among the team’s assist leaders.
Fredericksburg Academy senior
The Falcons’ top threat and a Duke recruit, Norair tallied 28 goals and 12 assists as Fredericksburg Academy won a second straight state title.
Colonial Forge senior
An all-Conference 4 selection, Roberts was chosen the Eagles’ most valuable player this season. She finished the campaign with 10 goals and 13 assists.
Morgan French, Stafford Sr.—Defender had 10 goals, 13 assists
Chloe Fernandez, Chancellor Sr.—Had a team-best 34 goals
Emily Johnson, Mountain View Jr.—Part of ‘D’ which allowed 11 goals
Alexxis Knipfer, Eastern View Sr.—Eight shutouts this season
Morgan Lowry, Mountain View Sr.—All-region scorer for Wildcats
Allegra Massey–Elim, Fred. Academy Sr.—Key defender for Falcons
Kelly McNult, Massaponax Sr.—A 5A–North first-team pick
Jordan Rasure, Chancellor So.—Defensive standout for state champs
Miranda Rigg, James Monroe Jr.—One of area’s most athletic players
Nikki Simpao, Colonial Forge Sr.—Team-best 14 goals, 14 assists
Liz Washington, Brooke Point Sr.—Scored 17 goals with four assists
Sydney Angel, Culpeper
Sam Barbarczuk, North Stafford
Beth Barnes, Mountain View
Kaila Bernard, Chancellor
Erinn Black, Mountain View
Anna Bosworth, Orange
Alexis Brown, Eastern View
Maure Buckley, King George
Meredith Bush, Riverbend
Kate Colley, Chancellor
Erin Cunningham, James Monroe
Katie Deuell, Stafford
Amy Dziekowicz, Colonial Forge
Alana Foster, Orange
Sam Frain, Massaponax
Rebecca Hamlett, James Monroe
Brooke Harmon, Stafford
Taylor Hayes, Brooke Point
Jordan Howard, Eastern View
L.C. King, James Monroe
Shelby King, King George
Marybeth McBroom, Courtland
Haley McMahon, Riverbend
Emma Miller–Richards, James Monroe
Brittaney Nealis, Colonial Forge
Kenzie Neylon, Chancellor
Colleen Norair, Fred. Academy
Mackenzie Queen, Eastern View
Rachael Payne, Brooke Point
Sydney Rampey, Courtland
Christine Reinaman, Colonial Forge
Anna Reuss, Orange
Greer Trainham, Chancellor
Kelsey Trainor, Stafford
Carolyn Topps, Fred. Academy
Avery Warner, Riverbend
Catesby Willis, James Monroe
Meghan Yanchulis, King George