Player of the Year
OH Becky West
Good Counsel » Sr.
West finished with a team-high 467 kills and just 47 attack errors for a 66.9 kill percentage. She led the Falcons to their third straight WCAC title and second straight City title. She had 181 digs, 141 service aces and 33 solo blocks.
» When did you know you were good at your sport?
"Sophomore year after one of the games, a [reporter] asked to interview me. I was shocked. I didn't even think I was that good. I was so scared, I didn't know what to do. I'd never been interviewed before. I remember my coach had to pull me aside and tell me how to go about interviews."
Coach of the Year
Guided the Falcons to a 20-0 mark and the Maryland 1A title, the school's first volleyball state championship in her 31st year as a high school coach. During 12 seasons at Poolesville, DuVall has amassed a 135-61 match record.
|OH Samantha Brostrom||OH Kelli Carneal||S Brighid Casey||S Christie Fellows|
|Centennial » So.||Chancellor » Sr.||Good Counsel » Sr.||Flint Hill » Sr.|
|Brostrom had 168 kills and 124 digs for the Maryland 3A champion, which beat all but one opponent in three-game sets. She led Centennial to its record 14th state title.||Her team's best player on offense, defense and in the passing game, Carneal had 282 kills and 412 assists to lead Chancellor to the Virginia AA Region I title and the AA semifinals.||The co-WCAC player of the year had 949 assists as she paced the Falcons to a 31-0 record. Casey also boasted a 93.5 serve percentage, 127 aces and 105 digs||Compiled 801 assists and 92 aces to lead Flint Hill to its first Independent School League regular season and tournament titles and first Virginia private schools championship.|
|MH Chelsea Glowacki||MH Shaylin O'Connell||OH Samantha Reeves||L Sammy Spees|
|Poolesville » Sr.||Loudon County » Sr.||Chantilly » Jr.||Westfield » Sr.|
|Glowacki anchored the Maryland 1A champion Falcons' powerful middle attack with a team-high 164 kills. At 5 feet 10, she also contributed 40 blocks.||The Virginia AA Dulles District player of the year, O'Connell had 320 kills and 119 blocks for the AA champion. Will play at William & Mary.||Racked up a team-high 230 kills and led the Chargers on a 24-match win streak and their first Virginia AAA semifinal appearance in school history.||The Virginia AAA Northern Region player of the year, Spees racked up 439 kills, 585 assists and 314 digs to lead Westfield to its first AAA championship appearance.|
|OH||Kellie Goss||Forest Park||Jr.|
|S||Becky Paynter||River Hill||Sr.|
|OH||Marilyn Peizer||Flint Hill||Soph.|
|S||Lily Vera||Stone Bridge||Sr.|
Jenny Better, Poolesville, Sr.; Carolyn Bottelier, Maret, Sr.; Andrea Catucci, Spalding, Sr.; Jessica Egan, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.; Sarah Frohnapfel, Colonial Forge, Sr.; Shelby Mass, Northern, Sr.; Mary McCarthy, Notre Dame Academy, Sr.; Paola Perez, Woodbridge, Sr.; Stephanie Yokoyama, Heritage, Fr.
Kirsten Anderson, Centennial, Sr.; Elyse Bush, Yorktown, Jr.; Lauren Davis, National Cathedral, Sr.; Christine Gallart, St. John's, Sr.; Rachael Goss, Forest Park, Jr., Juliane Hanna, Loudoun County, Jr.; Caroline Jacobs, Broadneck, Sr.; Victoria Janowski, Potomac Falls, Soph.; Emily Kohler, Westfield, Soph.; Christie Laite, Severna Park, Sr.; Karly Lynch, Hylton, Sr.; Jasmine Marshall, Fauquier, Sr.; Stacey Niehoff, Thomas Johnson, Sr.; Chelsea Overholt, Flint Hill, Sr.; Lindsey Phipps, Loudoun Valley, So.; Tori Price, Osbourn Park, Jr.; Ashley Scott, Heritage, Sr.; Logan Sebastian, Langley, Sr.; Hunter Schalhorn, Blake, Sr.; Jenna Shay, Northern, Sr.; Meredith Spragg, Northern, Sr.; Seth Sullivan, Chancellor, Jr.; Kim Van Lowe, Watkins Mill, Sr.; Kati Wood, Chesapeake, Sr.
Jordan Bittner, Huntingtown, Sr.; Casey Burdette, Woodbridge, Sr.; Andrea Fort, Magruder, Sr.; Bianca Livioco, Gaithersburg, Jr.; Laura Misiewicz, Chantilly, Jr.; Molly Speicher, Centennial, Sr.; Mikaela Whitaker, Battlefield, Jr.