Preston Green’s #10 football jersey is displayed in a glass case in the commons area at HHS, a permanent record of his accomplishments as quarterback of the Blue Streaks from 1971-73. During that time Preston completed 57% of his passes for 2,558 yards and 39 touchdowns. As a senior he led the Streaks to an undefeated regular season and a regional championship before a loss in the state semi-finals. Preston was named Area Player of the Year, 1st Team All-State and was selected to play in the VHSL All-Star Game.
Class of 1974
Football was not the only sport where Preston excelled. He was a four year member of the baseball team, consistently batting over .300 and earning All-District honors. Preston was also a four year member of the basketball team and led the team to a district championship his junior year. Preston averaged over 22 points a game as a senior and ended his career with 1,119 points. He earned district and regional honors for his basketball accomplishments.
Preston’s talents were not limited to sports. He was an accomplished musician and won many awards in piano. Upon graduation from HHS Preston attended the College of William and Mary on a football scholarship. He then graduated from the University of Virginia Medical School and completed his training at the University of Florida. Preston, his wife Hilary, and their children Hayleigh and Ansley Starr live in Alachua, Florida where Preston is a cardiologist.