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  1998-99 All-Met Ice Hockey Team

  • Player of the Year
  • Coach of the Year
  • First Team

  • Second Team
  • Honorable Mention

  • hockey team

    Front row, from left: Brad Holzwart, Gonzaga; Lenny Barnard, DeMatha. Second row: Dan Collins, DeMatha; Shane Sauer, Wootton; Jacob Jackson, Gonzaga. Back row: Brian Adams, Landon; Nate Bauers, Oakton.


    Collins

    Player of the Year
    Danny Collins
    DeMatha Catholic High School

  • Senior.
  • 59 goals and 54 assists in 36 games. Led Stags to the MSHL Tier I title, Gonzaga Capitol Challenge and Montreal Summet tournament titles.



    Lorusso Coach of the Year
    Steven Lorusso
    Broad Run

    Helped first-year program to 9-0-1 record, including 3-1 victory over MSHL Tier II runner-up Oakton. Did not apply to coach team until two weeks before practice began. Coached Loudoun County club team to two Inline national championships.



    FIRST TEAM

    Nate Bauers
    Position: D
    Oakton
    Junior
    MSHL All-Star helped Oakton to 12-2-1 record and second straight berth in Tier II finals. Among the team's scoring leaders.

    Shane Sauer
    D
    Wootton
    Senior
    Repeat All-Met, three-time MSHL all-star. Helped school become first Maryland public school to advance past first round of MSHL Tier I playoffs.

    Jake Jackson
    F
    Gonzaga
    Senior
    21 goals and 29 assists in 20 games. Three-time MSHL all-star and repeat All-Met. Has 4.2 gpa and will do post-graduate year at Phillips Exeter (N.H.) Academy.

    Brian Adams
    F
    Landon
    Junior
    22 goals, 17 assists for 10-2 Bears. MSHL all-star. Also plays for Montgomery Midgets travel team. Did not have a penalty this season.

    Lenny Barnard
    G
    DeMatha
    Junior
    Had 29 saves in 3-2 overtime win over Mount St. Joseph's of Baltimore in Tier I title game. Had 88.9 save percentage and 3.4 grade-point average.

    Brad Holzwart
    G
    Gonzaga
    Senior
    93.2 save percentage and 2.00 goals against. Named best goaltender in Chicago Showcase game last year. 4.03 grade-point average.

    Fogarty

    Lane Fogarty
    D
    Holton-Arms
    Sophomore
    Had a team-high 11 goals and helped team advance to the MSHL Girls title game. Led defense which gave up league-low 2.18 goals against average.



    SECOND TEAM

    D Matt Monahan DeMatha Sr.
    D Duncan Brooks River Hill Sr.
    F Erik Dickson Howard Sr.
    F C.J. Kemp Georgetown Prep Sr.
    F Brian Markowitz Churchill Jr.
    F Scott Seney Good Counsel Soph.
    F Shawn Stepner Bowie Sr.
    F Mina Pell National Cathedral Jr.

    HONORABLE MENTION

    Forwards: John Amos, Walter Johnson; J.T. Burton, Bethesda-Chevy Chase; Brian Carmack, Gonzaga; Stuart Cirulnick, Churchill; Robert Fogarty, Landon; Greg Hendrix, Landon; Jason Kersner, Wootton; Blair Kipp, Centreville; Mike Lorusso, Broad Run; Jamie Michael, Good Counsel; Geoff Meni, Churchill; Ryan Okomoto, DeMatha; Rob Ross, Howard; Brett Prizinger, Mount Hebron; Lisa Rasmussen, National Cathedral; Pat Schaefer, Centennial; Chris Scott, DeMatha; Bobby Steen, Atholton; Josh Steinfeld, Wootton; Joey Tanquey, Hylton; Steven Warner, Bethesda-Chevy Chase; Jon Zimmer, St. Mary's-Annapolis.

    Defensemen: John Crouch, Hylton; Ed Evans, Bethesda-Chevy Chase; Craig Ohlschlager, Broad Run; Bubba Roache, Gonzaga.

    Goaltenders: Adam Barbour, Oakton; Cedric Cato, Wilde Lake; Tommy Elwood, Loudoun County; Charles Taylor, Hylton; Craig Vardy, Broad Run.

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