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All-Mets All-Mets
The All-Met girls lacrosse team assembles on the steps of the D.C. War Memorial. Front row, left to right: Johanna Buchholz (W.T. Woodson), Kassen Delano (St. Stephen's/St. Agnes), Mina Pell (National Cathedral), Maggie Hayes (Holton-Arms). Second row: Molly Jenkins (St. Stephen's/St. Agnes), Lauren Kickham (Mount Hebron), Meg Miller (Severna Park), Polly Purcell (Mount Hebron). Back row: Kristy Dirks (Annapolis), Sarah Oliphant (Annapolis), Coach Darah Bonham (W.T. Woodson), Courtney Lombard (Mount Hebron), Kim Lawton (Severna Park). (By Mark Finkenstaedt - For The Post)

Player of the Year |  Coach of the Year  |  First-Team
Second-Team |  Honorable Mention

Player of the Year
MF Lauren Kickham, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Outstanding multi-talented player is a three-time All-Met and two-time all-American. Scored 67 goals and 29 assists including five goals and one assist in championship victory over Glenelg. Signed with Duke.



Coach of the Year
Darah Bonham, W.T. Woodson
Has led Cavaliers to an 85-10 record over the last six years, making W.T. Woodson the class of the growing Virginia girls lacrosse field. His teams have won four district titles, three regional titles and three unofficial state titles.



First Team
GK Kim Lawton, Severna Park, Sr.
Three-sport athlete made 148 saves in 21 games, including 10 in Maryland 4A/3A final overtime victory over Liberty (Carroll County.)
D Kassen Delano, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Shut down opposing attackers and managed to score 46 goals with 21 assists for the ISL AA Division champions.
D Maggie Hayes, Holton-Arms, Sr.
All-American had 11 goals and five assists despite playing defense. Led the team in interceptions and sparked the Panthers' transition game.
D Courtney Lombard, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Lombard always guards opponents' top scorer and led team with 27 regular season takeaways. Will attend James Madison next year.
MF Johanna Buchholz, W.T. Woodson, Jr.
An all-around player who helps W.T. Woodson win; Northern Region player of year last year. Has scored 98 goals in her career.
MF Molly Jenkins, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Dartmouth-bound offensive star overcame injuries and had 61 goals, 42 assists for Saints.
MF Mina Pell, National Cathedral, Sr.
All-American was Eagles' offensive MVP with 29 goals and five assists. Led team in draws with 32. Will attend Harvard next year.
A Kristy Dirks, Annapolis, Jr.
All-American had 69 goals and 30 assists and sparked comeback victory against Broadneck in Maryland 4A/3A East Region semifinal.
A Meg Miller, Severna Park, Sr.
Two-time All-Met had 39 goals and 22 assists to help lead Falcons to the Maryland 4A/3A championship. Will attend Duke.
A Sarah Oliphant, Annapolis, Jr.
Two-time All-Met has become a top-notch finisher. She had 69 goals and 44 assists this season for the Panthers.
A Polly Purcell, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Two-time All-Met had 54 goals and 65 assists, including four goals and three assists in the state semifinals. Will attend Boston University.



Second Team
GK Meg Dentler Arundel Jr.
D Ashley McDowell National Cathedral Sr.
D Kate Zabel Mount Hebron Sr.
MF Kelly Coppedge St. Mary's Sr.
MF Emily Duncan Potomac School Sr.
MF Lane Fogarty Holton-Arms Jr.
MF Rachel Shuck Broadneck Sr.
A Julie Vinyard St. Stephen's/St. Agnes Sr.
A Lindsay Biles Severn Jr.
A Jenn Malm Centreville Soph.
A Shelby Samperton Georgetown Visitation Sr.
A Acacia Walker Annapolis Jr.



Honorable Mention
Defense
Claire Bender, Bethesda-Chevy Chase; Meredith DeSautels, Richard Montgomery; Lauren Hall, Falls Church; Kate Hilton, E. Roosevelt; Sophie Pinkard, National Cathedral.
Goalkeepers
Emily Beach, Bethesda-CC; Marci Stake, Paint Branch; Kathryn Tylander, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Heather Young, Glenelg.
Midfield
Nicki Barnes, Severna Park; Joanna Calabrese, Robinson; Larissa Conte, Sidwell Friends; Ashley Dodson, Severn; Kate Jerde, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Lindsay Lewis, Glenelg; Jill Marvin, W.T. Woodson; Chrissy Monahan, O'Connell; Erin Rathbone, Northwest; Stephanie Scurachio, Mount Hebron; Courtney Thornton, St. Mary's.
Attack
Rachel Damaluki, Calverton School; Jessica Dorney, Quince Orchard; Emily Durkin, Holy Cross; Ashley Ehrenreich, St. Andrew's; Anna Gonzalez, Potomac School; Becca Hall, Edison; Laura Hur, Bethesda-CC; Susana Kyrgos, Langley; Sophie Larroque, Whitman; Tyler Leachman, Holton-Arms; Carissa Mirasol, Fairfax; Meghan Musick, Great Mills; Rebecca O'Connell, Walter Johnson; Corey Samperton, Georgetown Visitation; Stephanie Simpson, Glenelg; Rebecca Stewart, Paint Branch; Koula Strosnider, Springbrook; Jordan Wilhelm, Jefferson; Schuyler Williams, Episcopal.



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