PLAYER OF THE DECADE
The only major leaguer on this list, McBroom started all four years for the Cougars. He batted .457 and went 6–0 on the mound as a senior, then starred at West Virginia University before being drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in 2014.
CO-COACHES OF THE DECADE
Lopez, the only coach the Wildcats program has even known, took his team to the 2016 Class 5 state final. Regardless of talent, his teams have consistently posted records above .500.
Under Harrison, the Indians completed a masterful run to the 2019 Class 5 state championship, going 11–1 in Fredericksburg area play. His 2017 squad won its first 20 games before being upset in regional tournament play.
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Southpaw struck out 361 batters during his Wolverines career, posting a 0.68 ERA as a senior. He later pitched at Virginia Tech.
King George P
The flamethrowing Carroll shared FLS player of the year honors in 2012, when he tossed two no-hitters and batted .420 with 29 RBIs.
The 2011 FLS player of the year set a school record for home runs in a single season with eight, batting a torrid .575.
Harper was a catalyst for the Knights’ 2018 championship squad. After starting his college career at VMI, he’s now at Patrick Henry Community College.
The 2017 FLS player of the year batted .382 as a senior and also earned first-team all conference honors as a pitcher.
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The shortstop batted .560 as a senior in 2011, later earning first team All-Big South honors at Radford.
Eastern View IF
Thomas hit .571 as a junior, when he earned first team all-state honors. He plays at Division-II King University in Tennessee.
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As a senior, Nickels batted .515 and led his team in seven offensive categories before going on to star at Randolph–Macon.
As a senior, Justice dominated at the plate (.429 average) and on the mound (78 strikeouts and a 1.64 ERA). He played for UVA and later, the University of Mount Olive (N.C.)
Morgan hit .526 as a Chargers senior, starred at North Carolina, and was pitching for the White Sox organization when the pandemic struck.
The 2019 FLS player of the year was integral to the Indians’ state title run, going 10–0 on the mound with a 1.40 ERA. He appeared in four games as a freshman at Longwood.
P—Bradley Hanner, Orange
Flamethrowing righty signed with the Twins in 2019.
P—Dylan Hall, Mountain View
Emerged as a star pitcher at Central Oklahoma.
C—Alex Smith, Mountain View
2016 FLS player of the year hit .382 as a senior.
IF—Daniel Brooks, Spotsylvania
Future GMU Patriot recorded 166 career strikeouts.
IF—Tucker Sullivan, Stafford
All-state pick delivered winning hit in state final.
IF—Trevor Croson, Spotsylvania
Did it all for Knights with a .397 career average.
IF—Cole Migliorini, Colonial Forge
Two-time All-area pick batted .452 as a senior.
OF—Austin Gregory, North Stafford
Batted .500 as a junior with Wolverines.
OF—Tre’Von Smith, Orange
Two sport athlete earned all-state honors as a senior.
OF—Elijah Lambros, Stafford
Highly recruited outfielder batted .427 as a sophomore.
DH—Michael Nickles, Colonial Forge
He won 10 games on the mound as a senior.
U—Carson Bell, Washington & Lee
Eagles ace also batted .471 as a senior.
Logan Barker, Colonial Forge
Jermaine Butler, Culpeper
Eric Byrd, Riverbend
Matt Carter, Caroline
John Chapman, Caroline
Geoff Cieslewicz, North Stafford
Ryan Cloude, Massaponax
Justin Gardiner, Eastern View
Nick Graves, Colonial Beach
Austin Gregory, North Stafford
Cole Grinde, Caroline
Jordi Estes, King George
Travis Ferrick, Colonial Forge
James Keller, Colonial Forge
Blaine Lafin, Culpeper
David Laird, Eastern View
DJ Lardge, Stafford
Tristan McCalister, Stafford
Jason McDonough, Riverbend
Jacob Menders, Mountain View
Josh Menders, Mountain View
Nathan Neff, Mountain View
Ben Pittman, Eastern View
Jon Rivard, Spotsylvania
Grayson Runey, Riverbend
AJ Stead, Eastern View
Cameron Tubbs, Massaponax
John William–Anderson, Culpeper
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