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All-Mets All-Mets
The All-Met boys gymnastics team assembles in the Haupt Garden with the Smithsonian Institution Building in the background. Left to right: Justin Spring (Lake Braddock), Ray Hacker (Fairfax), Sean Doolan (Fairfax), Matt Maring (Jefferson), Dan Gill (Robinson), Jonathan Lena (Herndon), Coach Eric Langford (Herndon). (John McDonnell - The Post)

Gymnast of the Year |  Coach of the Year
First-Team  |  Honorable Mention

Gymnast of the Year
Dan Gill, Robinson, Sr.
Four-time All-Met and three-time Gymnast of the Year led Rams to second place at the Northern Region championships. Won the all-around title, floor exercise, rings, vault and high bar, where he scored the first 10.0 in that event in state history. Signed with Stanford.



Coach of the Year
Eric Langford, Herndon
Second-year coach led Hornets to an undefeated season, including the Concorde District championship. Herndon also won its first Northern Region title since 1991 with a school-record score of 188.75.



First Team
Sean Doolan, Fairfax, Soph.
Two-time All-Met placed third on the parallel bars (9.5), fourth on the high bar (9.05) and fourth on the rings (8.85) at Virginia AAA Northern Region championship meet.

Ray Hacker, Fairfax, Soph.
Two-time All-Met led Fairfax to third-place finish at Virginia AAA Northern Region meet. Placed first on the pommel horse (9.0) and second on the rings (9.2).

Jonathan Lena, Herndon, Sr.
Led team to undefeated season. At Virginia AAA Northern Region meet, placed sixth in the all-around (53.35) and third in the floor exercise (9.2). Committed to Massachusetts.

Matt Maring, Jefferson, Sr.
Three-time All-Met led team to fourth-place showing at the regional meet, placing third in the all-around (54.65) and second on the high bar (9.4). Committed to Virginia.

Justin Spring, Lake Braddock, Soph.
Two-time All-Met placed first on the parallel bars (9.65), second in the all-around (55.2), third on the rings (9.1) and third on the high bar (9.35) at the Northern Region meet.



Honorable Mention
Joel Bays, Annapolis; Andrew Centofante, Langley; Scott Flinn, Madison; Billy Sargeant, Madison; Nadov Simenauer, Herndon; Erich Sisulak, Old Mill; Nathan Tucker, Annapolis; Glenn Wolfe, Chesapeake.



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