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1994 All-Met Girls Cross-Country Team

Thursday, December 1, 1994

RUNNER OF THE YEAR
Sally Glynn
Walter Johnson
Junior
Three-time All-Met runner of the year. Won third straight Maryland 3A state and 3A West Region titles. First at Howard County, jenny Rush and Georgetown Prep Invitationals. Qualified for national high school championship in San Diego.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Dave Davis
Hylton
Woodbridge school won second straight Virginia AAA state and fourth straight Cardinal District and Northwestern Region titles. Bulldogs were first at Georgetown Prep and Wendy's Classic (N.C.), second at NEO Classic (Cleveland) and Octoberfest.

FIRST TEAM
Suzy Burr
Richard Montgomery
Senior
Winner: Md. 4A West Region, Univ. of Maryland, Montgomery County Invitationals. Second: Maryland 4A state championship.

Stacey Carpenter
Hylton
Senior
Led Bulldogs to Va. AAA state title. Winner: Octoberfest, Northwestern Reg. Fourth: Georgetown Prep. Sixth: Va. AAA state meet.

Laura Heiner
Centreville
Freshman
Winner: Concorde District; James Wood. Second: Northern Region, Battle of Bull Run. Third: Virginia AAA state meet.

Jackie Kerr
Jefferson
Sophomore
Repeat All-Met. Winner: Foot Locker South Region, Va. state meet, Northern Region, Monroe Parker. Second: Concorde District.

Heather Murray
West Potomac
Senior
Repeat All-Met. Winner: National District, Judges, UMBC, Bull Run. Third: Northern Region, Monroe Parker. Fourth: Va. AAA state meet.

Katherine Newberry
Lake Braddock
Junior
Winner: Patriot District. Second: Pallotti and Monroe Parker Invitationals. Third: Bull Run. Fourth: Northern Region. Fifth: Va. AAA state meet.

Kristen Nicolini
Annapolis
Senior
Three-time All-Met. Winner: Md. 4A East Region, Anne Arundel County, Jack Griffin, Spiked Shoe. Third: Md. 4A state meet, Georgetown Prep.

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