Rahim Costa-Dorsey | Lafayette | sophomore: The flashy forward tied for a team-high 17 goals and added seven assists in helping the Rams finish second in the Bay Rivers District.zJalon Brown | Grafton | senior: The focal point of the Clippers' attack created many of his own 20 goals and added 12 assists en route to Bay Rivers Player of the Year honors.zRobert Stephens | Lafayette | senior: He combined with Costa-Dorsey in a lethal Lafayette attacking duo, netting 17 goals along with eight assists en route to Group AA all-state honorable mention.zJusten Silva | Lafayette | senior: The non-stop engine that made the Rams go, Silva had nine goals to go with his team-high 12 assists and earned first-team AA all-state honors.zHunter Hartnett | Jamestown | junior: With 14 goals and five assists, midfielder Hartnett was a huge scoring complement to Patrick O'Brien and should assume the Eagles' lead attack role next season.zJake Mader | Tabb | senior: The Tigers scored 70 goals this season and Mader, a midfielder, assisted on a school-record 20 in addition to scoring five goals.zSean Christein | Tabb | senior: The Old Dominion-bound defender served as more than just a man-marker for the state semifinalists, recording 12 goals and three assists in making first-team AA all-state.zTrevor Davis | Jamestown | senior: His role on a stingy Eagles defense (15 goals in 19 games) helped earn him a spot in the state all-star game this summer.zKendal Pressey | Lafayette | senior: Like Tabb's Christein, Pressey is an impenetrable defender who can start the attack from the back and help generate scores (four goals, six assists) as well.zMax Wayman-Arndt | Kecoughtan | senior: His coach said he became less selfish, and as a result he doubled his production to 20 goals this season. That led the Peninsula District and was sixth in the Eastern Region.zZach Harris | Woodside | senior: One of the Peninsula District's most athletic players scored nine goals in leading the Wolverines to the Eastern Region tournament.zAnders Hasselquist | Kecoughtan | senior: Warriors coach Frank Hughes said Hasselquist "does the dirty work" and could start for any team in the Eastern Region.zMatt Chapman | Jamestown | senior: Allowed only 15 goals in 19 matches, posting shutouts in 10 of them for the regional champion Eagles.
Matt Mendonca, Woodside, senior.
Justin Kaiser, Menchville, senior.
Dan Geyer, Jamestown, junior.
Gavin Held, Warhill, senior.
Reilly Maw, Tabb, senior.
Ryan Treacy, Jamestown, senior.
Patrick Kelly, Jamestown, junior.
David Bocanegra, Denbigh Baptist, senior.
John Abelot, Walsingham, senior.
Patrick Karl, Smithfield, senior.
Drew Friedrichs, Jamestown, junior.
Tyler Evans, Tabb, junior.
Blake Hyatt, Grafton, senior.
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