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GK Courte­nay Ka­plan

Tus­carora / Jr.

Led the Huskies to eight shutouts and their best post­sea­son run, capped by an ap­pear­ance in the Vir­ginia 5A North re­gion semi­fi­nals.

MF Becca Cal­li­son

Bat­tle­field / Sr.

Tal­lied 18 goals and 21 as­sists with her pin­point touch for Vir­ginia 6A North re­gion champs. Vo­cal leader will play at Ken­tucky.

F Emily Lit­tell

Loudoun County / Sr.

Two-time All-Met, Vir­ginia 4A North re­gion player of the year and Ge­orge Ma­son re­cruit was dom­i­nant with 36 goals and 19 as­sists.

D Au­drey Free­man

McLean / Sr.

An­chored a unit that recorded 11 shutouts as the High­landers posted an un­de­feated regular sea­son en route to the Con­fer­ence 6 ti­tle.

MF Sara Deutsch

Broad Run / Sr.

Col­lege of Charleston re­cruit and four-year starter con­trolled the field with her lead­er­ship and steady pro­duc­tion (five goals).

F Amanda Nhek

Pa­triot / So.

Used blend of fi­nesse and speed to rack up 26 goals in lead­ing the Pi­o­neers to the Vir­ginia Con­fer­ence 8 regular sea­son ti­tle.

D Shan­non Lee

Bat­tle­field / So.

Abil­ity to thwart op­po­nents in open field with savvy and ath­leti­cism helped Bob­cats give up just five goals in 16 regular sea­son games.

MF Kristina Diana

South County / Sr.

Vir­ginia Ga­torade player of the year also was named 6A North re­gion’s top player af­ter tal­ly­ing 12 goals and a team-high five as­sists.

F Amy Thomp­son

Stone Bridge / Fr.

Dis­played strong play­mak­ing skills with her scor­ing (18 goals) and pass­ing (11 as­sists) for the Vir­ginia 5A North re­gion champs.

D/MF Alia Abu Hawa

Madi­son / Sr.

Con­fer­ence 6 player of the year and Vir­ginia Tech re­cruit ex­celled in the mid­field (five as­sists) and at cen­ter back.

F Kayla Chris­tian

Chan­tilly / Sr.

Had team-high 12 goals to lead Charg­ers to their fourth straight con­fer­ence ti­tle and the Vir­ginia 6A North re­gion ti­tle game.

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