Posted On: 11/13/19 11:29 AM

We’ve all heard the phrase “sophomore slump” when it comes to an athlete’s tendency to sometimes have a dip in their performance during their second season playing on a new team or level. For freshmen who make their varsity squads, they can often come under a different kind of microscope during their high school careers than other players, and their sophomore seasons can be very telling of how much potential they really have. Here are five sophomores who will have soaring seasons and bright, bright futures.

Olivia BrooksOliviaBrooks6'1" | CBishop Ireton | 2022VA (Woodbridge, C)

Playing on a state title winning team as a freshman can have loads of benefits, and Olivia BrooksOliviaBrooks6'1" | CBishop Ireton | 2022VA is ready to become an important factor for Woodbridge to stay at the level they are at now. With the departure of Forward Aaliyah Pitts to Bishop McNamara, Brooks can take charge in the post and continue to build on solid numbers from her first season on the Vikings. Expect her to be responsible for many of the boards and points the paint Woodbridge has this year.

Annabeth Holsinger (Langley, G)

Langley graduated five players last year, three of whom were guards. But

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