Back row (left to right): Eric Cava, Broadneck; Mike Napolitano, Mount Hebron; Brendon McCarron, Arundel; Rodney Wallace, Bullis; Jonathan Werth, DeMatha; Mitch Rubin, Thomas Johnson.
Front row: Nirav Kadam, Northwest; Kieran Rice, Gonzaga; Levi Houapeu, Watkins Mill; Will Comiskey, Landon; Cooper Tilton, Magruder; Zach Barnett, Mount Hebron; Fro Adu, Georgetown Prep.
Player of the Year
Coach of the Year
| Player of the Year |
MF Rodney Wallace | Bullis | Sr.
The repeat All-Met had his best season despite constantly being the target of opposing
backs. His crafty footwork, pinpoint passes and ability to create space made him one of the
most exciting players in the area. He scored 21 goals and had seven assists in leading Bullis
to a share of the Interstate Athletic Conference championship, its second crown in as many
years. Will play for Maryland.
| Coach of the Year |
Mitch Rubin | Thomas Johnson
In his sixth year at Thomas Johnson,
Rubin led the Patriots (17-1-1) to a
share of the Maryland 4A championship,
the program's first title in its
33-year history. The Patriots, known
for their superb set pieces, were unbeaten
in their final 18 matches. Rubin
has a 129-40-16 record in 11 years of
| First Team |
MF Eric Cava | Broadneck | Sr.
The two-time NSCAA
all-American led the
Bruins to their second
straight Maryland 4A
East Region title with his
superb touch and crafty
ball skills. He had seven
goals and five assists.
Will play for Clemson.
F Mike Napolitano | Mount Hebron | Sr.
footwork made him one
of the area's most dangerous
strikers. He had
11 assists and scored
25 goals, including the
game-winner late in the
Maryland 3A championship.
F Brendon McCarron | Arundel | Sr.
The Anne Arundel
County player of the
year and all-state striker
used a powerful and accurate
left foot to score
14 goals and total five
assists for the county
MF Jonathan Werth | DeMatha | Sr.
Werth, a first-team
was most dangerous on
restarts. He was the top
player on a Stags team
that was not beaten in
67 games and won three
conference titles during
his tenure. He had 21
assists and 10 goals.
F Nirav Kadam | Northwest | Sr.
One of the most feared
strikers among a talented
pool in Montgomery
County, Kadam's sharp
ball skills made him a
threat anywhere near
the goal. The NSCAA
all-American had 12
goals. Will play for UNC
MF Kieran Rice | Gonzaga | Sr.
Rice captained the Eagles
to their first Washington
Catholic Athletic Conference
since 2002. The
WCAC player of the year
and NSCAA all-American
scored 23 goals and had
9 assists. Will play for
F Levi Houapeu | Watkins Mill | Sr.
Houapeu used his blazing
speed and hard shot
to pace the Wolverines'
up-tempo attack. The allstate
selection had 18
goals and eight assists.
G Will Comiskey | Landon | Sr.
Comiskey's agility and
quickness helped the
Bears win a share of the
Interstate Athletic Conference
only five goals in 19
games and recorded 13
D Cooper Tilton | Magruder | Sr.
Tilton, a gritty defender,
was named NSCAA
all-American. He helped
the Colonels begin the
season with 15 straight
wins and claim the
Montgomery 4A Central
D Zach Barnett | Mount Hebron | Sr.
Barnett's technical skill
and vision made him
the defensive anchor
of Mount Hebron's
undefeated Maryland 3A
championship team. The
Howard County player
of the year had one goal
and 15 assists. Will play
D Fro Adu | Georgetown Prep | Sr.
Adu was a consummate
field general in leading
the Little Hoyas to a
share of the IAC crown.
His leadership and talent
consistently elevated his
teammates' play. Scored
six goals. Will play for
| Second Team |
GK Abduhl Hamid, DeMatha, Jr. |
D Alex Asare-Wassow, Blair, Sr.
D Chris Casey, Bowie, Sr.
D Jason Kremers, Thomas Johnson, Sr.
MF Mostafa Ebrahimnejad, Hammond, Sr.
MF Kevin Huang, Sidwell Friends, Sr.
MF Jesse Rodriguez, DeMatha, Sr.
MF Mark Wysocki, Westlake, Sr.
F Alex Lee, Magruder, Jr.
F Michael Rose, Severna Park, Jr.
F James Shannon, Tuscarora, Sr.
F Lucas Szabo, Walter Johnson, Jr.
| Honorable Mention |
Goalkeepers: David Griffi th, Hammond, Sr.; Brian Heffner,
Gaithersburg, Jr.; Matt McElroy, Churchill, Sr.; Matt
McMinn, Patuxent, Sr.; Sam Permutt, Atholton, Sr.;
Will Swaim, Howard, Sr. |
Midfielders: Daniel Ankrah, Watkins Mill, Sr.; Johnny Daniels,
Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Dave Gross, Arundel, Sr.;
Travis Hebron, DeMatha, Sr.; Chris Kaufman, The
Heights, Sr.; Collin Leadbeter, Northern, Sr.; Scott
Phinith, Magruder, Sr.; Tom St. George, O'Connell,
Sr.; Rob Scherer, Thomas Johnson, Sr.; Shadow
Sebele, Episcopal, Soph.; Teddy Smith, Centennial,
Sr.; Haiig Topjian, Severna Park, Sr.; Pat Young,
Sherwood, Sr.; Josh Zipin, Blair, Sr.
Defenders: Andres Chavarria, Watkins Mill, Sr.; Brendon Gregoire,
DeMatha, Sr.; Justin Lee, Magruder, Jr.; Joseph
Okoniewski, Patuxent, Sr.; Jason Parfi tt, Atholton,
Sr.; Michael Ramsey, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Joe Rubel,
Gonzaga, Sr.; Adam Silver, Landon, Sr.; David Walker,
Bowie, Jr.; Tunji Williams, River Hill, Sr.
Forwards: Yoni Berhanu, Sidwell Friends, Jr.; Sean Bunoski,
Severna Park, Jr.; Fernando Duran, DeMatha, Sr.;
Tim Kovack, Seneca Valley, Sr.; Prince Lapnet,
Carroll, Jr.; Justin Martinelli, Mount Hebron, Sr.;
Jake Pace, River Hill, Soph.; Dylan Reddersen,
Broadneck, Jr.; Chris Saul, Chesapeake, Jr.; Michael
Worden, Blair, Sr.