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All-Met All-Mets
Front row, from left to right: Andy Plum (Bowie), Trevor Shea (Oakland Mills), Chris Gormley (Whitman), Max Lacy (Gonzaga), Greg Peters (Mount Hebron), Bryson Keenan (Churchill). Back row: Alex Ughiovhe (Wilson), Edward Hayden (Magruder), James Roth (Whitman), Coach Dave Green (Whitman), Blake Schwartzbach (Walter Johnson), Matthew White (Mount Hebron), Mike Jungerheld (Chesapeake). (John McDonnell - The Post)

First Team |  Player of the Year |  Coach of the Year
Second Team |  Honorable Mention

Player of the Year
MF Chris Gormley, Whitman, Sr.
A savvy player who led the Vikings to victory in myriad ways, Gormley unselfishly set the tempo for the area's best team. Combined outstanding touch, strength and grace under pressure to tally nine goals and 16 assists for the Maryland 4A champions.

Coach of the Year
Dave Greene, Whitman
Crafted a team that played with uncommon discipline while maintaining commitment to attack. Whitman, starting only four seniors, finished 16-0-2 over schedule that included nine teams ranked in Washington or Baltimore. The 1997 All-Met Coach of the Year, Greene also coached the Whitman girls this fall.

First Team
GK Greg Peters, Mount Hebron, Sr.
A nimble goalkeeper capable of the spectacular save. Yielded eight goals in 19 games en route to Maryland 2A title. Committed to Loyola (Md.).

GK James Roth, Whitman, Sr.
A commanding presence in goal and a four-year starter for the Vikings. Recorded nine shutouts this season and conceded 11 goals over demanding, 18-game schedule.

D Bryson Keenan, Churchill, Sr.
Composed defender led Bulldogs to 13-2-1 record. Also proved to be adept with the ball at his feet, finishing with three goals and three assists.

D Blake Schwartzbach, Walter Johnson, Sr.
Impenetrable sweeper for Maryland 3A champion who succeeds with a combination of skill and anticipation. Defense had 12 shutouts. He scored three goals.

D Alex Ughiovhe, Wilson, Sr.
An agile, fleet defender who also joined the attack. Led Tigers to third DCIAA championship in four years with five goals and five assists.

MF Edward Hayden, Magruder, Sr.
Imposing force on offense and defense, Hayden held Montgomery County Division I champion together and had 10 goals and nine assists.

MF Max Lacy, Gonzaga, Sr.
Dangerous attacking winger added aggressive defensive game this season. Scored 13 goals, including header in Eagles' 1-0 victory in WCAC final.

MF Andy Plum, Bowie, Sr.
Dynamic attacking midfielder can dissect a defense with the dribble or pass. Model captain led Bulldogs to county and region titles with 10 goals, nine assists.

MF Trevor Shea, Oakland Mills, Sr.
Tailored his game to shepherd Scorpions to third straight 1A state title. Can deliver precise passes or shots from anywhere on the field. Had 12 goals, 14 assists.

MF Matthew White, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Howard County's top player was the dominant figure in Vikings' run to the Maryland 2A championship. Had 19 goals and 10 assists. Will play for Duke.

F Mike Jungerheld, Chesapeake, Sr.
Versatile attacker can play as a striker or as a withdrawn forward. Anne Arundel player of the year had 13 goals and 11 assists for 15-2 Cougars.

Second Team
GK Brandon Feather Bullis Sr.

D Danny Sheridan Gonzaga Sr.

D John Volpi DeMatha Sr.

D Jeff Wunk Mount Hebron Sr.

MF David Glaudemans WhitmanJ r.

MF Roy Kelly Sidwell Friends Sr.

MF J.D. Scaggs Sherwood Sr.

MF Ron Smith Glen Burnie Sr.

F Kyle Farmer Oakland Mills Sr.

F J.D. Metcalf La Plata Sr.

F Ian Rodway Wilde Lake Sr.

F Andres Serafini Walter Johnson Jr.

Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Andy Bonjorno, Damascus, Jr.; Jason Cranford, Calvert, Jr.; Rizvon Gill, River Hill, Sr.; Paul Krausman, Centennial, Sr.; Dan Mulcahy, Urbana, Jr.; Ivan Valencia, Wheaton, Sr.

Defenders: David Bonney, Thomas Stone, Sr.; Jared Brenner, Westlake, Sr.; Pat Christensen, St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.; Steve Gahl, Walter Johnson, Jr.; Scott Goldberg, Churchill, Sr.; Brandon Hawkes, Oakland Mills, Jr.; Steven Hill, Bowie, Sr.; Tom Linsenmeyer, Pallotti, Sr.; Christian Macias, Wheaton, Sr.; James Peterson, Gwynn Park, Sr.; Jon Philipp, Chesapeake, Sr.; Philip Rub, Glenelg, Sr.; Andy Uria, Bullis, Sr.

Midfielders: Yonis Benitez, Bell, Sr.; John Beyer, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Ben Cantwell, St. Andrew's, Sr.; Pat Delaney, Old Mill, Sr.; Michael Dello-Russo, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Hugh Harvey, Good Counsel, Sr.; Brian Joyce, Georgetown Prep, Soph.; Joseph Leiva, Sandy Spring, Sr.; Freddy Llerena, Northwest, Jr.; Amir Lowery, Wilson, Sr.; Richard McGruder, Flint Hill, Sr.; Austin Morris, Bowie, Jr.; J.P. Murphy, Severna Park, Jr.; Ryan Paugh, Gaithersburg, Sr.; Jon Roth, Magruder, Sr.; Ben Schwartz, Wootton, Jr.; Brian Sweich, Mount Hebron, Soph.

Forwards: James Agorsor, DeMatha, Soph.; Jonathan Bernard, Springbrook, Sr.; Brian Cain, Thomas Johnson, Jr.; Erwin Diaz, Gonzaga, Soph.; Stephan Franco, The Heights, Sr.; J.J. King, Damascus, Jr.; Ramiro Peralta-Ramos, Whitman, Jr.; Rember Reyes, High Point, Fr.; Adrian Titus, Chesapeake, Sr.; Marcus Washington, Gwynn Park, Sr.; Brian Wolcott, Good Counsel, Sr.; Ben Young, Georgetown Day, Jr.; Sergio Zabala, Bladensburg, Sr.; Nathan Zachmann, Centennial, Sr.

Note: Public school boys soccer teams in Virginia play during the Spring.

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