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2011-12 Winter All-Met
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POY: Patrick Holloway, Paul VI
G Patrick Holloway made the clutch plays as No. 1 Paul VI put together a remarkable 35-3 season.
POY: Jonquel Jones, R. Baptist
F Jonquel Jones was the top player on the top team, averaging 15.7 points for No. 1 Riverdale Baptist.
AOY: Champ Page, Wise
Wise senior Champ Page was the area’s preeminent long sprinter and also one of the top in the nation.
AOY: Felecia Majors, South County
South County junior Felecia Majors was one of the area’s most versatile athletes.
SOY: Jack Conger, Good Counsel
Good Counsel junior Jack Conger repeats as All-Met Swimmer of the Year after another sterling season.
SOY: Janet Hu, Oakton
Sophomore Janet Hu led Oakton to its first Virginia AAA title by dominating several different events.
WOY: Kyle Snyder, Nathan Kraisser
Good Counsel’s Kyle Snyder and Centennial’s Nathan Kraisser dominated their respective weight classes.
POY: P.J. McNamara, G'town Prep
G P.J. McNamara boasted a .918 save percentage as Georgetown Prep won the IAC regular season title.
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