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2012 Spring All-Met
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POY: Josh Sborz, McLean
P-INF Josh Sborz, a repeat All-Met, went 9-2 and posted a 0.84 ERA for the Highlanders (15-8).
POY: Lindsey Schmeiser, Northern
SS Lindsey Schmeiser, a three-time All-Met, was part of four Maryland 3A titles with the Patriots.
POY: Connor Reed, Gonzaga
MF Connor Reed, a two-time All-Met, was the offensive catalyst for the area’s top team, the 20-1 Eagles.
POY: Carly Reed, SS/SA
Only a junior, the Saints’ Carly Reed is already one of the most prolific scorers in area history.
POY: Ryan Harmouche, Robinson
MF Ryan Harmouche was the most dangerous player on the field at all times for the Rams.
POY: Murielle Tiernan, S. Bridge
F Murielle Tiernan, a two-time All-Met, is an “intimidating” presence on the field for the Bulldogs.
AOY: Dondre Echols, Potomac (Md.)
Senior Dondre Echols shattered state records in both hurdling events at the Maryland 3A meet.
AOY: Alexis Franklin, Old Mill
Senior Alexis Franklin, the repeat All-Met Athlete of the Year, was the gold standard for hurdling in the area.
POY: Anton Zykov, Gonzaga
Junior Anton Zykov, a three-time All-Met, won his third straight WCAC No. 1 singles title.
POY: Megan Hahn, Wootton
Senior Megan Hahn, a two-time All-Met, concluded her career with her first Maryland state singles title.
POY: Keegan Boone, Gonzaga
Senior Keegan Boone, a two-time All-Met, won the WCAC championship by seven strokes.
AOY: Mary Lynn Clark, W-L
Junior Mary Lynn Clark placed second at the Virginia meet and led the Generals to a second-place finish.
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