The squad finished the year with a record of 8-2-3 overall, and a very impressive 3-0-1 against tough 4A schools with much bigger enrollment numbers than Ashe County High School.
Top leaders on the team this year included Anthony Federico who led the team in scoring with 11 goals, followed by Jamie Weaver with eight. Jake Harmon and Lucas Hamm also had big years, scoring multiple goals for the Huskies. Lucas Zeller led the team with 15 assists while Cole Price and Jordan Johnson also had double-digit assist totals for Ashe this year.
Defensively, Ashe was led by goalkeeper Joe Calhoun, who did an excellent job of keeping the ball out of the net as he finished the season with a total of seven shutouts in 13 games. Sophomores Joni Reyes, Tanner Elliot, Travis Stanley and Austin Bennett were also key to the defense as these athletes were the last line of defense in front of the keeper.
The team consisted of 10 sophomore and 13 freshmen this year with plenty of freshmen getting lots of playing time, including Alexis Ramos, Alex Church and Matt Ball all playing important roles for the Husky defensive attack.
Next year the JV team should have a lot of talent once again as several eight graders from the 9-3 Ashe County Middle School team will be freshmen at the high school and are certainly going to make an instant impact on the squad.