G Lindsay Allen
St. John’s / Jr.
Repeat All-Met, a dynamic 5-8 guard, averaged 13.5 points and shot 78 percent from the foul line for the Cadets.
F Logan Battle
West Springfield / Sr.
The 5-11 Georgetown recruit averaged 18.1 points, seven rebounds to lead the Spartans to a state tournament berth. Video
F Jephany Brown
H.D. Woodson / Sr.
The 6-0 Providence recruit averaged 17.6 points and 12.1 rebounds for the DCIAA and City Title Game winners. Video
G Caroline Coyer
Oakton / Sr.
Repeat All-Met, a 5-10 Villanova recruit, averaged team-high 14.6 points, set Va. AAA record for career assists (593) and led Cougars to state title. Video
F Amanda Fioravanti
Good Counsel / Jr.
One of the area’s best finishers inside, the 6-1 force averaged 17.7 points and 10.7 rebounds for the WCAC champions.
G Kate Gillespie
Georgetown Visitation / Sr.
At 5-8, the top scorer in Cubs’ history averaged 21 points and 11 rebounds for ISL AA champs. Will play for Holy Cross. Video
G Katie McCormick
St. Mary’s Ryken / Sr.
The 5-9 guard scored 18.2 points per game, made 51 threes and shot 82 percent from the line. Will play for Georgetown.
G Faith Randolph
Good Counsel / Sr.
The 5-10 WCAC player of year and repeat All-Met keyed 21-0 league record with a versatile array of skills and averaged 16.6 points. Will play for Virginia. Video
G Mooriah Rowser
St. John’s / Sr.
Repeat All-Met, a steady 5-9 guard, averaged a team-high 18 points per game for Cadets (26-8). Will play for Memphis. Video
Frank Oliver Jr.
Coach of the year, H.D. Woodson
With only eight players on the roster, Oliver led the Warriors to a 26-6 record while playing a national schedule, capping their season with their third City Title win in the past five years. In eight years at the Northeast school, Oliver has guided the Warriors to seven straight DCIAA titles and 98 consecutive league wins, while compiling a 167-51 record.
Player bios by Matt Brooks, Eric Detweiler, Paul Tenorio, James Wagner, Preston Williams and Greg Schimmel - The Washington Post. Photos by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post.
Published April 5, 2012.