POY: Scott Mitchell, South River

Baseball

Evolved into a feared pitcher while overcoming a heart condition that threatened to end his career.

POY: Jess Cummings, Northern

Softball

Penn State recruit became the fifth Maryland public school player to post a season ERA of 0.00.

POY: Alex Corboy, Gonzaga

Boys’ lacrosse

Providence recruit paced the offense for the area’s top-ranked team and played his best in big games.

POY: Carly Reed,
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes

Girls’ lacrosse

North Carolina recruit scored 475 goals — believed to be a four-year national high school record.

POY: Michael Cherry,
W.T. Woodson

Boys’ soccer

Area’s best and most physical defender doubled as a top offensive threat (12 goals, eight assists).

POY: Murielle Tiernan, Stone Bridge

Girls’ soccer

Two-time All-Met and Northern Region player of the year had a team-high 26 goals to go with 13 assists.

AOY: Sean McGorty, Chantilly

Boys’ track & field

Seven-time All-Met finished his career as one of the most decorated distance athletes in Virginia history.

AOY: Felecia Majors,
South County

Girls’ track & field

Redefined versatility after she almost single-handedly carried the Stallions to indoor and outdoor state titles.

POY: Anton Zykov, Gonzaga

Boys’ tennis

Capped a memorable career with an undefeated season and fourth consecutive WCAC singles crown.

POY: Lizzie Stewart, Oakton

Girls’ tennis

Ranked No. 1 in the U.S. Tennis Association U-18 rankings in Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic section.

POY: Luke Malanchuk, Gonzaga

Golf

Went 9-0 in match play and helped Gonzaga win its fourth consecutive WCAC team championship.

AOY: Simone Freidman,
W.T. Woodson

Gymnastics

Returned to high school gymnastics after two years to win the all-around title at the Northern Region finals.