2010 Winter All-Met Team

    SPORTS:

  • First
  • Second
  • Honorable mention
  • Coach

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Position Name School Year
G Donnie Walter Gonzaga Sr.
F Adam Altieri Glenelg Sr.
F Dan Armstrong DeMatha Jr.
F Justin Butler Georgetown Prep Jr.
F Seve Cordova Woodbridge Sr.
F Tony Cordova Woodbridge Sr.
D Brian Kelly DeMatha Jr.
D Patrick Young Stone Bridge Jr.
Position Name School Year
FSam AnasLandonJr.
F Andrew BaronStone BridgeJr.
FDevin DrewyerGeorgetown PrepSr.
GTyler LefebvreBriar WoodsJr.
F Pierce RadeckiGonzagaJr.
DEric SadeSt. AlbansSo.
FAndrew TurgeonNorthernSr.
D Zach WolfeWhitmanSr.
Position Name School Year
F Rainey Brown Gonzaga Jr.
F Eric Clark Northern Sr.
F Alexander Dourian Churchill So.
F David Fillinich Bethesda-Chevy Chase Sr.
F David Finder Churchill Sr.
F Patrick Hall Georgetown Prep Sr.
F Kirby Kinslow Huntingtown Jr.
F Will Korengold Landon Sr.
F Max Kortegast Herndon Sr.
F Nick LaPenna Glenelg Sr.
F Grant Leonard Gonzaga Sr.
F James Lindsay Marriotts Ridge Sr.
F Anthony Moffa Stone Bridge So.
F Matt Potolicchio Landon So.
F Joshua Schwartz Broadneck Jr.
F Jack Slater Gonzaga Fr.
F Kyle Powers Huntingtown Jr.
F Henry Sisson St. Albans Jr.
F Sam Stone Herndon Sr.
F Dylan Talbot Woodbridge Jr.
F A.J. Taylor Georgetown Prep So.
F Alex Taylor Glenelg Sr.
F Pete Wydler Chantilly Jr.
F Tyler Winters Gonzaga Sr.
D Michael Chen Good Counsel Sr.
D Jon Domingos Whitman Jr.
D Ben Follett Landon Sr.
D Luke Guffey Woodbridge Jr.
D Kyle Lewis O’Connell Jr.
D Sean Heaslip St. Albans So.
D Kevin McDonald Briar Woods Fr.
D Taylor Morgan Georgetown Prep Sr.
D Alex Panzarella Gonzaga Jr.
D Matt Scott St. Mary’s Ryken Sr.
D George Shenas DeMatha Sr.
D R.J. Thompson DeMatha Sr.
GBrett Hatfield Langley Sr.
G Dean Mercer Woodbridge Sr.
G P.J. McNamara Georgetown Prep So.
G Eugene Rose Forest Park So.
G Chris Smith St. Albans Jr.
G Drew Weigman DeMatha Jr.
COACH OF THE YEAR

Tim Berry, Glenelg

Berry guided the Gladiators to a 15-0-1 record, its first Maryland Scholastic Hockey League championship, a tie against powerhouse DeMatha and a No. 2 ranking in The Post. His winning percentage in six years at Glenelg is .800.

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