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2013-14 Winter All-Met
(The Washington Post / The Washington Post)
POY: Melo Trimble, O'Connell
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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