1991 All-Met Boys Spring Soccer Team
Tuesday, May 28, 1991
COACH OF THE YEAR
Led Highlanders to 16-3-1 record and district
title despite loss of several key players early in season.
Scored 23 goals and 6
assists to lead team to 8-3-1 record.
for national under-17 team; led Bruins to 9-3-2 record.
Repeat All-Met. Scored 21
goals and had 13 assists for 16-3-1 Great Falls champions.
all-Northern Region selection, yielded just 7 goals in 13 games.
MVP of Commonwealth
District with 17 goals, 16 assists; member national under-18 team.
Repeat All-Met. An excellent
all-around player, will play for the University of Virginia next year.
contributed 4 goals and 7 assists for second All-Met selection.
28 goals shattered
previous team record of 21 for Commonwealth District champions.
Helped team to 10-5-1 record
with 23 goals and 5 assists.
skills; contributed 10 goals and 10 assists for Potomac District
Three-time All-Met. Scored
15 goals and had 9 assists in 10 games; career 65 goals.
FORWARDS: Drew Boling, Robinson; Tommy Torres, West Potomac; Chad
Wilkinson, Stonewall Jackson.
MIDFIELDERS: David Clarke, Osbourn Park; John Farmelo, W.T. Woodson;
Chris Petrini, Woodbridge; Key Reid, McLean; Jay Sabia, Broad Run;
Thomas Walthall, Gar-Field.
DEFENDERS: Jeff Almstead, Lake Braddock; Eric Bratager, Gar-Field;
Kitch Kennedy, Centreville; Scott Luty, Osbourn Park; Scott McKeen,
South Lakes; Son Pham, Lee; Kevin Sullivan, Woodbridge.
GOALKEEPERS: Jay Anderson, Woodbridge; Danny Murphy, Osbourn Park.
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