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Thursday, December 30, 2004; Page PW12



Cross-Country All-Mets
Boys' Cross-Country
Girls' Cross-Country

Walter Johnson's Andrew Jesien, winner of the Georgetown Prep Invitational and Meade Autumn Classic, is The Post's Boys' Runner of the Year, while Hayfield's Melissa Dewey, who won the Virginia AAA championship by more than a minute, wins the girls' honor.

Fall 2004 | All-Mets Since 1990




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Field Hockey All-Mets
Field Hockey
Severna Park's Abbi Horn finished with 18 goals and 24 assists to give her two-year scoring totals of 35 goals and 35 assists.

Fall 2004 |  All-Met Since 1990



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Volleyball

Player of the year: Blair Brown, Loudoun Valley
Coach of the year: Michael Bossom, Centennial

Fall 2004 | All-Mets since 1990



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Hayfield's Mike Freeman will be playing basketball for the Trojans in Southern California at this time next year.
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Football All-Mets
Football
Northwest quarterback Ike Whitaker completed 157 of 262 passes for a school-record 2,586 yards, with 28 TDs and only 10 INTs in leading the Jaguars to the Maryland 3A championship. He is The Post's Offensive Player of the Year.

North Stafford defensive lineman Cordarrow Thompson had 102 tackles, including 43 for a loss, and nine sacks in 13 games to lead the Wolverines' smothering defense. He is The Post's Defensive Player of the Year.

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Fall 2004 All-Mets
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The pics: Photos were taken by Jonathan Ernst this month at the Center for the Arts, on Battle Street in Old Town Manassas.

The picks: The 2004 Fall All-Extra teams were chosen by staff writer Preston Williams (football, volleyball) and special correspondents Sean P. Flynn (cross-country), Will Toussaint (golf) and Ashton Williams (field hockey). Varsity athletes from high schools in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park were eligible.


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