HARRISONBURG – Spotswood High School senior guard Tucker McCoy was named to the Virginia High School Coaches Association's 3A all-state first team after leading the Trailblazers to the final four for the third time in four years.
McCoy led SHS (28-2) with a career-best 22.8 points per game and finished as the school’s all-time leader with 2,032 points. He also posted career highs with 4.5 assists per game, a 52 percent field goal percentage and a 40 percent 3-point field goal percentage this season.
McCoy, who tore his ACL during Spotswood's 84-80 loss in the state semifinals, also earned Virginia High School League all-state and VHSCA all-star recognition.
Lord Botetourt’s Justin Goode was named the VHSCA 3A state Player of the Year. LBHS coach Chad Conner was tabbed Coach of the Year.
Spotswood sophomore wing Justin Kier earned VHSCA all-state second-team honors. He averaged 18.1 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game for the Blazers in his first full season.