Daily Press 2018 golf all-stars team

Josh Brown | Poquoson | Jr. The star of Poquoson’s run to a first Bay Rivers District title in many years and a second-place finish in the Class 2 state tournament, Brown averaged a BRD-low 75.50 strokes per round.

Robb Kinder | New Kent | Sr. A repeat Daily Press All-Stars selection, Kinder was second to Brown with a 77.50, his low a 69 at Royal New Kent that was the only sub-70 round by a BRD golfer.

Cameron Baker | Gloucester | Sr. His average of 76.83 was second in the Peninsula District, which the Dukes won as a team by an average of 40 shots per match.

Nathan Gross | Gloucester | Jr. Gross averaged 77.63, boosted by two 72s, the second of which made him the only golfer to finish ahead of teammate Hunter Martin in any Peninsula District match.

Read more: Hunter Martin is the 2018 Daily Press Golfer of the Year »

Jed Davies | Isle of Wight Academy | So. A VISAA Division II all-state selection, he shot an 82 at Meadowbrook Country Club as the Chargers finished third as a team.

Sydney Grimes | Isle of Wight Academy | Jr. Also selected to the VISAA Division II all-state team, Grimes shot a team-low 81 in the state tournament.

Breanna Trombetta | Poquoson | Fr. The top female in the Bay Rivers, Trombetta was third overall with a 79.25 average and joined teammate Brown in shooting 72 to help the Islanders win the Region 2A title.

Jack DeVore | Jamestown | So. His 79.53 average was the lowest for the Eagles, who added another chapter to a storied history by winning the Region 4A title and finishing fourth in the Class 4 state tournament.

— Marty O’Brien

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