POY: Melo Trimble,
O'Connell

Basketball: Boys

Dangerous slasher and lethal sharpshooter averaged 23.1 points per game, including a 47-point contest, and earned WCAC and VISAA Division I player of the year honors.

POY: Chloe Jackson,
Riverdale Baptist

Basketball: Girls

All-around talent averaged 17.3 points per game and led her team in assists and steals to power the Crusaders to the National Association of Christian Athletes championship.

AOY: Mustaqeem Williams,
Forest Park

Indoor Track & Field: Boys

The area’s top sprinter and repeat Athlete of the Year led Forest Park to the Virginia 6A state title with wins in the 55-meter dash, long jump and the 4x200 relay.

AOY: Shania Collins,
Huntingtown

Indoor Track & Field: Girls

Emerging talent led Huntingtown to the Maryland 3A title with wins in the 55-meter dash and 300 meters and won the 200 meters at New Balance Nationals.

SOY: Andrew Seliskar,
Jefferson

Swimming and Diving: Boys

Three-time All-Met continued his dominance of the Virginia high school pool with area-best times in the 50 freestyle, 200 free, 500 free, 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke.

SOY: Katie Ledecky,
Stone Ridge

Swimming and Diving: Girls

Olympic gold medalist and returning Swimmer of the Year set two world records at the 2013 FINA World Championships and set the American record in the 500-yard freestyle in Metros prelims.

WOY: Alfred Bannister,
McNamara

Wrestling

Three-time All-Met and four-time Maryland Independent Schools champ finished a dominant career with a 272-8 record, a Maryland record for career wins and 201 pins.

POY: Nicholas Platais,
Gonzaga

Ice Hockey

Stalwart between the pipes was the foundation for the Eagles’ unbeaten season, recording 11 shutouts, a 0.94 goals against average and a .954 save percentage.