2010 Winter All-Met Team


  • First Team
  • Honorable Mention
  • Coach of the Year

Denny McCarthy

Three-time All-Met is known for his remarkable consistency. Won his second Interstate Athletic Conference championship by shooting a 1-under-par 70 at Shenandoah Valley, leading the Little Hoyas to their fifth consecutive team title. Was the medalist in the Washington Private Schools Championship for the second consecutive year. Shot under par in every league match. Recorded a school-record nine-hole score of 29 at Norbeck. Currently recruited by several top college programs.

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Name School Year
Denny McCarthy Georgetown Prep Junior
Diana Brown Churchill Senior
Andrew Lister Battlefield Junior
Ji Soo Park Chantilly Junior
Kaitlyn Rohrback Spalding Senior
Mason Short St. Mary's Ryken Junior
Amanda Steinhagen Oakton Senior
Ben Warnquist DeMatha Junior
Tyler Wingo Paul VI Catholic Junior
Andrew Yakubik Damascus Senior
Name School Year
Robert Balaban Landon Junior
Michael Barnas North Point Senior
Ralph Blasey Landon Junior
Keegan Boone Gonzaga Sophomore
Sean Bosdosh Covenant Life Senior
Zack Bosse Loudoun Valley Senior
Greg Bourdon Georgetown Prep Junior
Mike Brennan Bullis Sophomore
Mitchell Buccelli North Point Senior
Kevin Cook Loudoun County Junior
Scott Davidson Loudoun Valley Junior
Bart George Broadneck Junior
Tim Gregg St. Andrew's Junior
Michael Hill North Point Junior
Morgan Hill Atholton Senior
Maclain Huge Notre Dame Sophomore
Noori Hyun Centreville Junior
Brantley Kushner Loudoun County Junior
Graham Lawyer Oakton Senior
Wes Liu Westfield Senior
Brandon Luxenburg Paul VI Catholic Junior
Joe Moloney Madison Senior
Victor Monte Chantilly Senior
Brett Myers Damascus Junior
Bailey Patrick Episcopal Junior
Kevin Phelan Good Counsel Sophomore
Tim Ritter Westfield Senior
Max Ruge Gonzaga Junior
Jordan Sweet DeMatha Junior
Connor Tendall Wootton Junior

Tim Vigotsky, Westfield

In his fifth season, directed the Bulldogs to the Virginia AAA championship. Owns a 28-2 record with three Northern Region titles since taking over the program.

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