Gloucester High School’s field hockey program ended the year on a high note, as all 11 starters were named to the Virginia High School League All-State team, and one player—Reese Miller—was named the VHSL Class 4 Player of the Year.
This is the first time in the program’s history that all 11 starters received All-State honors in a season. The team finished the season as state runners-up to Loudoun Valley after a heartbreaking 2-1 overtime loss.
Of the 11 players, three are seniors, six are juniors, one is a sophomore and one is a freshman. The Dukes will graduate six seniors from a squad of 24, leaving plenty of depth in the barrel for another run deep next season.
The following players received 1st team All-State honors: captains Kamryn McDonough (senior), Avery Watkins (senior) and Miller (junior), as well as juniors Mackenzi Reece and Abby Junker and sophomore Addy Zabicki.The following players were named to the 2nd team All-State: senior Leigha Germain, juniors McKayla Cl...
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