FALL 2005 ALL-MET

Final Rankings

Football
Boys' Soccer |  Girls' Soccer
Field Hockey |  Volleyball

Football
1. Damascus (14-0)
2. DeMatha (11-1)
3. Gwynn Park (14-0)
4. Oakton (12-2)
5. Hylton (12-1)
6. Sherwood (12-2)
7. Stone Bridge (12-2)
8. Douglass (12-1)
9. C.H. Flowers (10-2)
10. Westfield (10-2)
11. Quince Orchard (10-2)
12. Robinson (9-2)
13. Centreville (8-2)
14. Massaponax (12-1)
15. Potomac (Md.) (12-2)
16. Seneca Valley (10-2)
17. Urbana (9-2)
18. Georgetown Prep (8-2)
19. Good Counsel (8-4)
20. Dunbar (9-2)


Boys' Soccer
1. DeMatha (23-0)
2. River Hill (14-1-2)
3. Bullis (17-1)
4. Sherwood (15-3-1)
5. Broadneck (15-3-1)
6. Magruder (14-5)
7. Watkins Mill (15-2)
8. Georgetown Prep (11-2-2)
9. Hammond (12-3-5)
10. Arundel (13-3-2)


Girls' Soccer
1. Tuscarora (17-1)
2. St. John's (21-5)
3. Spalding (17-3)
4. Bishop Ireton (18-4-2)
5. O'Connell (19-3-1)
6. Good Counsel (16-3-4)
7. River Hill (15-3)
8. Whitman (12-4)
9. Eleanor Roosevelt (16-1-1)
10. National Cathedral (9-2-1)


Field Hockey
1. Severna Park (19-1)
1. Stafford (24-0)
3. South River (16-3-1)
4. St. Stephen's/St. Agnes (21-2)
5. Springbrook (14-3)
6. Bethesda-CC (11-3-2)
7. Quince Orchard (14-2)
8. Marshall (19-6)
9. W.T. Woodson (20-3-1)
10. Courtland (19-6)


Volleyball
1. Centennial (19-1)
2. Gaithersburg (19-0)
3. Glenelg (18-3)
4. Westfield (24-3)
5. Loudoun Valley (26-1)
6. Calvert (17-1)
7. Huntingtown (16-3)
8. Colonial Forge (21-5)
9. Osbourn Park (21-5)
10. Elizabeth Seton (18-5)





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