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2014 Spring All-Met
(Toni L. Sandys / The Washington Post)
The area’s best spring sports athletes in baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, track & field, tennis, rowing, golf and gymnastics.
POY: JB Bukauskas, Stone Bridge
With a fastball clocked at 100 mph, did not allow an earned run during a 7-0 campaign that included 88 strikeouts for the region champion Bulldogs.
POY: Meggie Dejter, Sherwood
Dominant ace led the Warriors to a third straight undefeated, Maryland 4A title season, allowing only eight earned runs over 20 games.
POY: Charlie Horning, Georgetown Prep
Most dynamic player on the area’s top team led the Little Hoyas with 82 points, averaging nearly two goals per game for the 19-1 IAC champions.
POY: Gussie Johns, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes
Fearlessly active around the crease, four-time all-American goalie saved nearly 60 percent of shots faced, recording 173 saves for ISL AA champions.
AOY: Noah Lyles, T.C. Williams
Entered the elite ranks nationally, winning Virginia 6A championships in the 100 and 200 and helping the Titans to 4x100, 4x400 and team state titles.
AOY: Caroline Alcorta, West Springfield
Completed stellar career with Virginia 6A state titles in the 1,600 and 3,200 and helped rally her distance medley relay team to a Penn Relays championship.
POY: Maycol Nunez, Washington-Lee
Sensational sophomore used blend of size and power to become the region’s most prolific scorer with 37 goals and 12 assists for the Va. 6A state semifinalists.
POY: Laila Gray, Chantilly
Two-time All-Met and 6A North region player of the year paced the Chargers to a third straight league title with 22 goals and four assists.
POY: Josh Hublitz, Potomac School
Two-time All-Met did not lose a match in singles or doubles in the regular season, compiled a 21-1 record and led the Panthers to their second VISAA team title.
POY: Lizzie Stewart, Oakton
Repeat Player of the Year ran the table for another undefeated season, claiming conference, region and Virginia state singles titles for the Cougars.
POY: Bryana Nguyen, Atholton
Shattered the Maryland state record for girls and boys with an 8-under 134 to win the state title one year after winning the individual girls’ state championship.
GOY: Katie Freix, Westfield
Placed first in the all-around at the Conference 5 meet, rode a first-place beam routine to a third-place finish in the Va. 6A North all-around and took third at states.
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