1996-97 All-Met Ice Hockey Team
Thursday, March 27, 1997
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Left wing had 48 goals and 42 assists for Hyattsville school.
Led 24-16-2 Stags to semifinal berth in Maryland Scholastic Hockey League boys tournament.
COACH OF THE YEAR
St. Mary's-Annapolis Directed 11-2 Saints to first berth in MSHL tournament final.
37 goals and 15 assists for 9-1-2 Falcons. Led Wheaton school in scoring for four seasons.
18 goals and 21 assists. Chevy Chase club team won Midget B championship.
19 goals and 15 assists for 11-2 Saints; career 53 goals, 55 assists. 4.0 GPA.
7 goals and 5 assists. Scored tying, winning goals in MSHL girls league championship game.
Aggressive defender had 16 goals, eight assists for 8-3 Gladiators.
Four-time MSHL all-star had 21 goals, 23 assists for 7-2-1 Eagles.
Saved 90 percent of shots, had 2.5 goals-against average. Two shutouts for 8-2 Bulldogs.
Forwards: Steve Brodsky, Landon; Dan Collins, DeMatha; Erek Dixon, Howard; Jeff Earley, DeMatha; Dan Havery, Centennial; Meg Hengerer, Holton-Arms; Blake Keeley, Holton-Arms; Christian Maldonado, Churchill; Blaine Manning, St. Mary's-Annapolis; Brian Markowitz, Churchill; Rob Ross, Howard.
Defensemen: Ben Andreas, Good Counsel; Ken Barnard, St. Mary's-Annapolis; Michael Carlson, St. Albans; Mike Donohue, Sherwood; Gavin Fig, Churchill; Andy Kurtz, Sherwood; Lexie Lewis, Gonzaga; Eric Yinling, Howard.
Goaltenders: Scott Boymel, Churchill; Brad Holzwart, Gonzaga; Adam Kerner, Sherwood; Matt Sniscak, Centennial.
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