Meet the 2022 All-Tidewater boys soccer first and second teams – Daily Press

Cox, senior striker/midfielder

  • Led Cox (15-4-1) to the State’s Class 5 Championship
  • Scored 16 goals with 12 assists
  • Committed to Hampden – Sydney

Cox, senior defender

  • Defense of the Class 5 State Champions
  • He received the second most votes in the All-Tidewater Award from area coaches despite missing the first month due to injury.
  • “His comeback is the main reason we defended so well in the state championship.” Coach Eric Blackmore
  • Signed with Old Dominion

Ocean Lakes, great goalkeeper

  • The Dolphins have supported (8-5-2) with seven assists and 13 allowed goals throughout the season
  • He scored three goals and provided five assists as a striker
  • “Simply the best in the area. Created a miracle save game after match.” – Coach Dave Wiggins
  • Committed to George Mason

Tab, midfielder

  • Led medicine (19-1) to the Class 3 . state championship
  • scored 12 goals
  • Class 3 Region Player of the Year

Tab, a small midfielder

  • Score the winning goal in a Class 3 State Championship game
  • He finished the season with 12 goals
  • First Team All-Class 3 Region A

Smithfield, junior striker

  • Help Packers (15-4-1) reach the semi-finals of Category 4
  • He scored 21 goals and made 17 assists
  • Category 4 Region Player of the Year
  • “He can defeat any defender for one. One of the best players I’ve coached.” Coach Jason Henderson

Hickory, midfielder

  • Led the Hawks (13-2-3) to the Fifth Division Championship
  • Scored 16 goals with 13 assists
  • Signed with James Madison

Landstown, midfielder

  • Led the Eagles (13-2-3) for an unbeaten regular season and the semi-finals of the 6 . category
  • He scored 19 goals with 10 assists
  • First Team All-Class 6 Region A

Great Bridge, great defender

  • Led the Wildcats (15-4-1) to the Class 4 Region A Championship.
  • The Stalwart Defender who was part of 13 Lockdowns
  • Committed to VMI

Landstown, great defender

  • The defense of the Al-Nusour team that reached the semi-finals of the Category 6 country was consolidated
  • Score four goals with the help of two
  • “The best players around the area and the game closed in after the game. Converted two penalties in the state quarter-finals.” Coach Ryan Gillespie

Kecoughtan, junior forward

  • Led the Warriors (11-5-2) to the semi-finals of Category Five
  • He scored 43 goals with 15 assists
  • “Joe is the elite striker in the area.” – Coach Scott Canada

Princess Anne, midfielder

  • He helped the Cavaliers (13-5) win eight games in a row and later reached the zone semi-finals
  • He scored 10 goals and made 4 assists
  • Category 5 Region Player of the Year
  • Signed with VCU

Jean-Claude Bell Kings Fork Senior Striker

Josh Candela Minsheville midfielder

Alex Derkins, Minsheville is a small defender

Josh Hagerty, Cox, midfielder

Hamilton Howes, Rookie midfielder Killam

Caleb Jones, The first great colonial striker

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RG McKee, Hickory is a great goalkeeper

Anthony Panayiotou, Great Bridge budding midfielder

Colin Squire Kecoughtan emerging midfielder

Peyton Smith, Jamestown Rookie Midfielder

Shiloh Toliver Landstown freshman forward

Kyle Ossons Midfielder Cape Henry

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