2010 Fall All-Met: Boy's soccer

MF Cody Albrecht

DeMatha / Sr.

With his quickness, vision and savvy passing, Albrecht was the centerpiece of one of the area's most dangerous and dynamic offensive teams ever. The Stags scored a Maryland-record 110 goals and the creative center midfielder played a direct role in nearly 40 percent of them, scoring 10 goals and adding a Maryland-record 30 assists to lead DeMatha to a perfect 24-0 record and its first WCAC title since 2005. Will play for St. John's.

GK Torsten Meuschke

Magruder / Sr.

Turned in 10 shutouts and allowed just 12 goals in 19 games to lead Colonels to Maryland 4A state championship.

D Nat Eggleston

Georgetown Prep / Sr.

Versatile player with great vision and passing can run the show from back line or midfield. Also had eight goals. Will play for Duke.

D Michael Greene

Tuscarora (Md.) / Sr.

Anchored a defense that gave up more than one goal in a game just twice all season. Will play for Towson.

D Joey Wilkins

Gonzaga / Sr.

Had eight goals and six assists to help lead Eagles back to WCAC title game for 11th consecutive year. Will play for Loyola (Md.)

MF Colin Bonner

Reservoir / Jr.

Scored 12 goals and added seven assists and was the central figure in leading the Gators to their first Maryland 3A title.

MF Andrew Garner

Northern / Sr.

Was most dynamic player for Patriots, scoring 10 goals with 18 assists to lead team to Maryland 3A runner-up finish.

MF Patrick Sullivan

Marriotts Ridge / Sr.

Creative midfielder was driving force for Mustangs, scoring nine goals with five assists to lead team to second straight 2A title.

MF Ntokozo Tshuma

Episcopal / Jr.

Skillful natural finisher had 19 goals and eight assists to lead Maroon to third straight perfect regular season.

F Lester Hayes

DeMatha / Sr.

Dynamic, rangy forward helped lead the Stags to the WCAC title with 22 goals and 11 assists. Will play for UC Irvine.

F Joey Penn

Urbana / Sr.

Gifted finisher broke school record with 23 goals and added 10 assists to lead Hawks to 4A final appearance.

F Mike Kovach

Arundel / Sr. (no picture available)

Led team to undefeated county season and county title with 17 goals and three assists. Will play for Messiah College.

COACH OF THE YEAR Kevin Flynn

Marriotts Ridge

Fifth-year coach guided the Mustangs to a 52-4 record over the past three seasons, including back-to-back Maryland 2A championships. Over that span, the Mustangs have averaged nearly three goals per game and allowed more than two goals in a game just three times, outscoring opponents 174-32.

Second team

Pos. Player School Yr.
GK Bennett Jones Episcopal Sr.
D Alex Driessen Wilde Lake Sr.
D Matt Madigan Paul VI Catholic Sr.
D Dan Spencer Walter Johnson Sr.
MF Nick Breitsameter Urbana Sr.
MF C.J. Corey O'Connell Sr.
MF Thomas Krug River Hill Sr.
MF Pilawe Pato Watkins Mill Jr.
MF Tyler Rudy Sherwood Sr.
F Charles Chapin Magruder Jr.
F Michael Glazer Marriotts Ridge Sr.
F Michael Supanick Huntingtown Sr.

Honorable mention

Goalkeepers: Austin Fiedler, Clarksburg, Sr.; Ryan Huddleston, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, So.; Reed Milbrath, Sandy Spring Friends, Sr.; Cody Niedermeier, Broadneck, Jr.; Danny Sherrin, DeMatha, Sr.; Nick Voyton, River Hill, Jr.

Defenders: Zach Coberly, Chesapeake, Sr.; Chris Dryhurst, Northern, Sr.; Ryan Konstanzer, Reservoir, Sr.; C.J. Loving, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; Daniel O'Keefe, Bishop Ireton, Sr.; Michael Parker, DeMatha, Jr.; Stephen Sawicki, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Kelson Yearwood, Urbana, Sr.

Midfielders: Drew Carneal, Sandy Spring Friends, Sr.; Ben Citrin, Sidwell Friends, Jr.; Hugh Danilack, Potomac School, Sr.; Jared Fenton, Severna Park, Sr.; Ben Fleri, DeMatha, Sr.; Alden Green, Richard Montgomery, Sr.; Andrew Hayden, Gonzaga, Sr.; Ezra Kauffman-Rogoff, Edmund Burke, Sr.; Corbin McCarron, Arundel, Sr.; Nicholas Staufenberger, St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.; Chris Vargas, High Point, Sr.; Ricardo Vigil, Kennedy, Sr.

Forwards: Yaw Amankwa, Damascus, Jr.; Dominique Badji, Episcopal, Sr.; Jeff Byrnes, Good Counsel, Sr.; Nicholas Corriveau, Gonzaga, So.; Jonathan Kukapa, Clarksburg, Sr.; Colin Martin, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, So.; Myles McGinley, Flint Hill, Sr.; Johnny Mehrez, Whitman, Sr.; Nick Roman, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Josh Schwartz, Broadneck, Sr.; Eric Schuh, Severna Park, Sr.; Gavin Terpilowski, Highland School, Sr.; Moussa Traore, Kennedy, Jr.; Anthony Ugorji, Carroll, Sr.

Team selected by The Post's Paul Tenorio | Photos by Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post

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