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Emerson Davis: Field hockey Senior Spotlight


 Through her years playing Hereford Field Hockey, Emerson Davis has exhibited determination and commitment to the team. She brought positivity to her teammates on and off the field.

“Every practice and every game she was always just so happy to be there, and never took anything for granted,” teammate Ryleigh Collins (‘25) said.

Her quiet but strong disposition had the biggest impact on those around her.

“She is a quiet leader,” Coach Caitlin Duvall said, “She was always an inspiration in times when we needed it.” 

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The team gave her a nickname which was used to boost energy and excitement throughout each season. While she originally didn’t like the nickname, she grew to love it as it was special to the Hereford team.

“We call her Ed, and that always brought the energy up for everyone,” Collins (‘25) said.

During her time playing at Hereford, the close-knit team helped increase her love for the sport.

“The Hereford Field Hockey program really made me love the sport again,” Davis (‘24) said.

Davis helped the team win the 2023 county championship as a defender. She started and played the whole game helping the team to the victory. 

She will continue to exemplify the work ethic she learned while on the team in the future, and will forever cherish the memories she made as she works towards her dreams to become a pilot.

Davis will not be playing Field Hockey in college, but will attend Community College of Baltimore County and major in professional pilot training. 

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