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2011 Fall All-Met
2011 Fall All-Met POYs
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POY: Rob Chesson, Old Mill
Washington Post staff
RB Rob Chesson set a Maryland state record with 49 total touchdowns and led the Patriots to the 4A title.
POY: Stefon Diggs, Good Counsel
DB Stefon Diggs was a multi-faceted threat for the Falcons, the area’s top-ranked team.
POY: Ntokozo Tshuma, Episcopal
Ntokozo Tshuma was a difference-maker from the moment he stepped on the field for the Maroon.
POY: Midge Purce, Good Counsel
Midge Purce, a dynamic junior forward, had 30 goals and 17 assists for the top-ranked Falcons.
AOY: Ahmed Bile, Annandale
Ahmed Bile won his second straight Virginia AAA title in 15:16, ninth-fastest all-time.
AOY: Sophie Chase, Lake Braddock
Junior Sophie Chase went undefeated against local competition and won the Virginia AAA title.
POY: Alyssa Parker, Glenelg
Greg Schimmel and Preston Williams
Alyssa Parker finished her high school career with 114 goals, 108 assists and two Maryland 2A titles.
POY: Alex Holston, Sherwood
Matt Brooks and James Wagner
Alex Holston powered the Warriors to their second straight Maryland 4A title and undefeated season.
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