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BETHEL

HEAD COACH:

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Jake Carel

YEARS IN COACHING:

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7th year in charge

PLAYERS:

Senior Paul Hem-Striker 1st team all district last year, 12 goals 4 assists last year. Will captain the team this year.

Senior Brit Baker-Defender. 6'2 defender, will anchor the back for us this season. Will captain the team this year.

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OTHERS (NEWCOMERS, ETC.)

Brennan Granison- Junior. Can play anywhere in the midfield and up top. Played varsity last season, but was more of a role player. Has good pace and power on the ball. We expect big things from this man this season and next.

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Strengths-High energy team. Great work-rate and a desire to learn. Weaknesses-Getting the new players adjusted to life at this level. Graduated 9 players last year, will have some holes to fill.

BRUTON

HEAD COACH:

Jim Buscher

PLAYERS

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GOALIE

Seth Mallory (Soph)

FORWARDS

- Seniors -

Gavin Held,

Jared Armstead,

Jose Martinez

- Juniors -

James Marioneaux

Michael Stauffer

MIDFIELDERS

- Seniors -

Justin Howell,

Justin Blubaugh,

Mouad Baaddi

- Juniors -

Corey Paul

- Sophomores -

Drew Coghlan

Joe Davis

Mitch Dannon

DEFENDERS

- Junior -

Dylan Ford

- Sophomores -

Jonathon DelaCruz

Jacob Dansereau

GLOUCESTER

HEAD COACH:

Trey Sowers

YEARS IN COACHING:

7@ghs

PLAYERS

GOALIE

Digger Millard GK 12

Lee Loudermilk GK 11

FORWARDS

Jordan White Forward 11

Dylan Wyco Forward 11

Tyler Busic Forward 10

MIDFIELDERS

Cody Weaver Mid 12

Trevor Richards Mid 12

Brandon Splitt Mid 12

Roy Armstrong Mid 11

Matt King Mid 11

Justin Hansford Mid 11

Dustin Tietjen Mid 11

Kyle Rowe Mid 10

Cameron Cross Mid 11

DEFENDERS

Austin White Defender 10

Austin Patrick Defender 12

Tyler Lothian Defender 11

Logan Pitchford Defender 11

Pat Bains Defender 11

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

They must understand there roles and trust each other

GRAFTON

HEAD COACH:

Paul Sidhu

YEARS IN COACHING:

156-71-20 16 years in High School

PLAYERS

GOALIE

Blake Hyatt (12)

FORWARDS

Gabby Tal (12)

Michael Verhulst(12)

MIDFIELDERS

Jalon Brown (12)

Brian Anderson

(10)

Dara Emami (12)

Jon West (12)

DEFENDERS

Forrest Bibeau (12)

Tyler Craven (12)

Brian Boughton (12)

Michael Trepte (10)

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Team has to play with intensity and speed. Have to be smart in what we do. Must be disciplined especially in the defensive half of the field.

HERITAGE

HEAD COACH:

Darnell Howard

PLAYERS

GOALIE

Roy Dodson - Junior

FORWARDS

Hyquan Conner- Junior

Captain Marcel Howard - Junior

MIDFIELDERS

Co Captain Taylor Durham- Senior

Scott Stewart

- Sophomore

Hashim Husbands- Junior

Robert Tornow- Senior

DEFENDERS

Corey Cline- Senior

Mario Pierce- Junior

Co Captain Gregory Teacher- Junior

Demount Alston- Senior

ANY SIGNIFICANT NEWCOMERS NOT LISTED ABOVE?

Robert Tornow,Senior

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Improving the defensive play.

JAMESTOWN

SPORT: Boys Soccer

HEAD COACH:

Bobby O'Brien (3 years, 53-11-3) 2008 – 21-2, 2009 – 15-6-1, 2010 – 17-2-2

YEARS IN COACHING:

3 years (53-10-3)

State Champs 2008

Regional Champs 2008 and 2009 and 2010

Bay Rivers District Tournament Champs 2008, 2009, 2010

PLAYERS

GOALIE

Matt Chapman – won regional championship as a sophomore,will look to take back the starting spot and lead team again in the postseason

FORWARDS

Patrick O'Brien

– Senior (2010 State, Regional and District Player of Year. 2010 NSCAA Regional All American) Daily Press and Va Gazette Boys Soccer Player of YEAr. 22 Goals and 14 assists last year as a Junior.

Dan Geyer – Junior (2010 1st team team all district, 1st team all gazette, 2nd team all region, 6 goals, 10 assists last year as a sophomore.

MIDFIELDERS

Hunter Hartnett – Junior – right winger that scored 5 goals last year including the game winner to put JHS into the state semi final match.

Ryan Treacy,

Patrick Kelly

and Frank Imoehl – 3 central midfield players that combined for 11 goals and 6 assists. Will rely heavily on them to win balls, disposess the other team and start the attack.

DEFENDERS

Trevor davis – senior (outside midfielder and back with tremendous pace and athleticism to create goals and assists from anywhere) last year 6 goals, 5 assists was second team all district.

Drew Friedrichs – Junior (6'0 Center back) 1st team all district, all region and Hon. Mention all State as a Sophomore. Led a defense that had 11 shutouts last season

Phil Geyer – Junior – left back – hon mention all district last season and will help anchor a defense that had 11 shutouts last season.

ANY SIGNIFICANT NEWCOMERS NOT LISTED ABOVE?

Jon CUllom – Freshman – has pace, size and athleticism along with the competitive attitude to be very successful and contribute.

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Defend as a unit. Be patient defensively and smarter/more disciplined than all the teams we play. Score lots of goals and create scoring chances through our skill and athleticism and put other teams under a lot of pressure.

KECOUGHTAN

HEAD COACH:

Frank Hughes

YEARS IN COACHING:

20 + years coaching, 5th year at KHS (4 year record: 50-25-2).

PLAYERS

GOALIE – Cory Maier, Junior, 3rd year starter.

FORWARDS

Max Wayman-Arndt, Senior, 2nd year starter.

Robert Kerby, Sophomore, 2nd year varsity player.

MIDFIELDERS

Austin Smith, Senior, 3rd year starter.

Anders Hasselquist, Senior, 3rd year starter.

Darien Ruffin, Junior, 3rd year starter.

DEFENDERS

Austin Whipple, Senior, 3rd year starter.

Corey Ames, Senior, 4th year varsity.

Hayden Lewis, Senior, 2nd year varsity.

ANY SIGNIFICANT NEWCOMERS NOT LISTED ABOVE?

Matt Thomas, Sophomore midfielder. Even though he's a 2nd year varsity player, we will rely heavily on his role in the midfield this season.

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

This season's success will be directly related to the leadership of our seniors and how they approach each practice and game. We have young talent, but they will be taking on bigger roles in our system and our seniors need to support them and provide insight that allows that talent to shine through. Our tough preseason schedule will hopefully develop the team character necessary for a successful Peninsula District campaign.

LAFAYETTE

HEAD COACH:

Brian Sorrell

YEARS IN COACHING:

10th season at Lafayette – 94-41-7

PLAYERS

GOALIE

Alex Emerson – 10th – started all games last year as a freshman

FORWARDS

Rahim Costa-Dorsey – 10th

Robert Stephens – 12th – All District/Region

MIDFIELDERS

Justen Silva – 12th – All District

Billy Lacey – 12th

DEFENDERS

Kendal Pressey – 12th

Tory Schneider – 11th

Jacob Vaught – 11th

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

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This is a senior-laden team that is developing as a unit during the preseason. In order to be successful in the always competitive Bay Rivers we will have to take some chances pressing our attack and also defend vigorously to limit opponents' shots on goal.

MENCHVILLE

HEAD COACH:

Dan Liebler

YEARS IN COACHING:

5th year at Menchville

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS:

nts):

Jack Nichting So. Midfielder

Sam Blosser So. Midfielder/Defender

Brian Keafer Jr. Midfielder

Justin Kaiser Sr. Defender/Midfielder

James Morgan Sr. Goal Keeper

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Stay healthy and not get injured.

PHOEBUS

HEAD COACH:

Ryan Pringle

Asst Coach – Art Thatcher

YEARS IN COACHING:

Coached the Varsity Girls program for the past 3 seasons, JV for the previous 3

First season as the Boys coach

PLAYERS

GOALIE

Ridge Wright - Senior

Jacaob Mason - Senior

FORWARDS

Griffen Loughman - Sophomore

Matthew Mertz - Sophomore

James Norlund - Senior

Ian White - Sophomore

MIDFIELDERS

Graham Thatcher - Sophomore

Chris Berry - Junior

Marcus Benton - Junior

Ian Griffin -Junior

Max Smith - Junior

Seth Hopkins - Junior

Chris Cooke - Senior

DEFENDERS

Eric Enderson – Junior

Dylan Kremp – Sophomore

Zach Peters – Senior

Shanard Green – Senior

MANAGER - Ashley Purnell

ANY SIGNIFICANT NEWCOMERS NOT LISTED ABOVE?

They are all new to me. After coaching the girls program for the past 6 years I now as the boys coach have lots to learn about their talents, potential, work ethic, commitment, and drive to be successful.

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

The boys need to play within the system and work together as a team. Last year there was a lot of individual play and it cost them the playoffs

POQUOSON

HEAD COACH:

Charles Sneddon

YEARS IN COACHING:

20yrs

PLAYERS

GOALIE:

Baxter Bristow, Sr.

Andrew Legan, Sr.

FORWARDS:

Travis Carlton

MIDFIELDERS:

Dennis Lyle, Sr

Dustin Lopatic, Sr.

Brenton Shroeder, Sr

DEFENDERS:

Nick Dreybus, Sr.

William Haskins, Sr.

Michael Lutz, Sr.

ANY SIGNIFICANT NEWCOMERS NOT LISTED ABOVE?

Noah Gendron, Fr (midfielder)

Luke Lang, So (forward)

Michael Love, So (defender

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Have all team members contribute while staying positive and supportive, stay injury free, and have low scoring games.

SURRY COUNTY

HEAD COACH:

Trevor Brinkman

YEARS IN COACHING:

1 yr (3win-7loss)

PLAYERS

GOALIE

tbd

FORWARDS

Dallas Musick (soph) – 3 goals

Raheem Lee (soph)- 5 goals

Marquis Garrison (sen)

MIDFIELDERS

Baker Cox (sen)- 2 goals

Tyler Robertson (sen)- 3 goals

Jason Harter (sen)- 5 goals

Chris Jump (soph)

Kaydee Robertson (soph)

Monica Rickmond (sen)

DEFENDERS

Jacob Epps (sen)

Randy Stephenson (soph)

Clint Wacker (soph)

Brittany Stacks (sen)

ANY SIGNIFICANT NEWCOMERS NOT LISTED ABOVE?

Jess Robertson (fresh)

Ana Scheu (jun)

Kelly Shipley (jun)

-Their roles not yet finalized, but all show promise

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

With the exception of goalie we are returning a full roster from last year (only lost 2 seniors, both walk-ons/non-starters). Biggest issue is developing a strong presence in net. Everyone has strong fundamental knowledge with more focus on tactics and field awareness. We also need to generate more offensive opportunities.

WARWICK

HEAD COACH:

Michael D. Norton

YEARS IN COACHING:

First year.

PLAYERS

GOALIES:

Daniel Harthausen, 10

Marcos Gomzalez, 11

FORWARDS:

Warren Dennis, 11

Alan Meave, 12

Shawn Bennett, 9

Thomas Cosby, 12

Justin Frerick LecLair, 12

Walid Soliman, 12

MIDFIELDERS:

Daniel Barker, 12

Dominic Bennett, 12

Tomas Delacruz, 10

Patrick Griggs, 11

Jorge Martinez, 12

Akut Moth, 10

Jared Spivey, 10

DEFENDERS:

Diego Anleu, 11

Dylan Henry, 11

Chris Jones, 11

Giovanny Meave, 10

Luis Reyes, 11

Nathan Swarringim, 12

Ntiranyibagira Gaspard, 11

ANY SIGNIFICANT NEWCOMERS NOT LISTED ABOVE?

Shawn Bennett- only 9th grader

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Communication and working together

WEST POINT

HEAD COACH:

Kevin Darcy

YEARS IN COACHING:

10 years on the Varsity High School level, 6 years in college and 4 years as professional head coach. State Team coach for ODP and State Technical Coordinator for NSCAA Coaching Education, US A License

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Buy in to our system of play, work hard and hold themselves and their teammates accountable. If we do that, and get a few breaks along the way, results will take care of themselves.

WOODSIDE

HEAD COACH:

Jimmy Shaffer

YEARS IN COACHING:

3rd year varsity, 2 yrs JV prior

PLAYERS

Current starting 11

GOALIE

Nick Gonzales

FORWARDS

Matt Mendonca

Chris Moller

MIDFIELDERS

Mark Brewington

Zach Harris

William Sanchez

Ethan Halfhide

DEFENDERS

Jonathon Kaiser

Harrison Bolinger

Jason Satler

Lorenzo Puentes

ANY SIGNIFICANT NEWCOMERS NOT LISTED ABOVE?

Freddie Graciano - forward

WHAT DOES YOUR TEAM HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Stay strong, cooperate, communicate and feel like they have ownership of their team.

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