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All-Mets All-Mets
The All-Met baseball and softball teams assemble in the Kennedy Center's Grand Foyer. Front row, left to right: Kathleen Jones (Chantilly), Jen Peel (Calvert), Ashley Blandford (Thomas Stone), Megan Smith (Park View), Christy Anch (Broad Run), M.K. White (Madison), Jen McDonald (Lake Braddock), Kristen Bischoff (Chesapeake). Second row: Corey Consuegra (Damascus), Jeff Palumbo (St. John's), Ethan Lare (Lake Braddock), Crystal Tweedy (Hayfield), Nicole Wilson (Damascus), Lesley Palmer (O'Connell), Annie Dell'Aria (O'Connell), Kara Brotemarkle (Centreville), Jason Maxey (Hammond), Kristy Pickeral (Thomas Stone). Third row: Coach Beth Walker (Park View), Mike Sweeney (Riverdale Baptist), Brian McKenna (Watkins Mill), Ken Bragg (La Plata), Josh Banks (Severna Park), Joe Koshansky (Chantilly), Jeff Hahn (Handley), Andy Jewell (Lee), Kenny Nelson (Riverdale Baptist), Jeff Lizama (West Springfield), Juan Brito (High Point). (John McDonnell - The Post)

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

Player of the Year
P Kara Brotemarkle, Centreville, Sr.
The two-time All-Met went 16-2 with 0.18 ERA, 13 shutouts and two perfect games through the Virginia AAA Concorde District semifinals. Pitched 114 innings, striking out 201. Committed to Harvard.



Coach of the Year
Beth Walker, Park View
In her 24th season, the only coach the Sterling school has ever had secured program's first undefeated regular season (16-0). In addition to winning two Virginia titles, Walker has just three losing seasons and had a career record of 294-143 entering this season's playoffs.



First Team
P Christy Anch, Broad Run, Soph.
Threw 15 shutouts, six no-hitters and two perfect games on way to 17-3 record, 0.14 ERA. Struck out 260 in 147 innings. Hit a team-high .409, slugged .667.

P Kathleen Jones, Chantilly, Jr.
Junior was 16-3 with a 0.50 ERA; had nine shutouts, including one no-hitter and two one-hitters. Batted .291 and had .545 slugging percentage.

P Lesley Palmer, O'Connell, Sr.
Four-time All-Met has signed with Texas. Went 19-3 with 0.66 ERA and 160 strikeouts in 127 innings; also hit .451 with 22 RBI and only three strikeouts.

C Annie Dell'Aria, O'Connell, Jr.
Propelled by an 18-game hitting streak, batted .522 with 7 doubles, 5 triples and 4 home runs for the WCAC champions. Had 18 assists and a .995 fielding percentage.

C Kristie Pickeral, Thomas Stone, Jr.
Batted .500 with 21 RBI, 2 homers and 8 triples to help lead the Cougars to the SMAC and Maryland 3A South Region championships.

1B Megan Smith, Park View, Soph.
Had school-record eight RBI in one game; batted .543 with a .588 on-base percentage and .870 slugging percentage. Drove in 26 runs.

2B Ashley Blandford, Thomas Stone, Soph.
Batted .508 with 15 RBI, had 38 putouts and 42 assists without an error for the SMAC and Maryland 3A South Region champs.

3B Kristen Bishoff, Chesapeake, Sr.
Batted .439 with 5 doubles, 15 runs scored,14 RBI and .921 fielding percentage as the Cougars advanced to Maryland 4A East Region semifinals.

SS Nicole Wilson, Damascus, Sr.
Batted .500, with 4 doubles, 5 triples and 3 home runs for the Swarmin' Hornets, who won 12 straight games to get to the Maryland final.

OF Jen MacDonald, Lake Braddock, Jr.
Leadoff hitter had .429 average, .583 on-base percentage with 11 RBI, 12 stolen bases and 7 doubles. Center fielder made one error in 19 games.

OF Crystal Tweedy, Hayfield, Jr.
Batted .515 with 6 RBI. Leadoff hitter was on base in 19 of 20 games. Stole 20 bases and scored 15 runs. Center fielder committed just three errors.

OF MK White, Madison, Jr.
Three-year starter. Two-time All-Met. Right fielder bats leadoff with a .390 average and .490 on-base percentage. Scored 13 runs and stole seven bases.

UT Jen Peel, Calvert, Sr.
Played shortstop and second base until reinjuring shoulder to end her season. Hit .457 with 13 RBI, 7 doubles and 16 runs scored. Committed to Maryland.



Second Team
Pitchers
P Karie Morrison Park View Fr.
P Kathryn Peck Oakton Jr.
P Mira-K Thompson Georgetown Visitation Sr.
P Erin Waltersdorff Thomas Stone Sr.

Catcher
C Jenn Wynn Herndon Jr.

Infielders
1B Candice Jones Springbrook Sr.
2B Lara Wohlgemuth Chantilly Sr.
3B Jen Schultz Lake Braddock Sr.
SS Eileen Williams Chantilly Sr.

Outfielders
OF Lauren Flannery Pallotti Sr.
OF Michelle Wolfrey Madison Sr.
OF Linda Parks North County Sr.
UT Kelly Miles Calvert Jr.



Honorable Mention
Pitchers
Brittany Boyd, North County; Zoe Chipman, West Springfield; Tae Courtney, Gwynn Park; Lauren Duda, Lake Braddock; Jessica Fallica, Thomas Stone; Shannon Frye, Northwest; Gracie Green, Holy Cross; Marian Johnson, Springbrook; Hilary Legg, Loudoun County; Mandi Leachman, Eleanor Roosevelt; Joy Mascetti, Bowie; Jen Morrow, Lake Braddock; Katie Phelps, Calvert; Lauren Pollock, Severna Park; Sara Prochnow, South Lakes; Jennifer Steele, Manassas Park; Jessica Wides, Damascus; Katie Zitnay, Atholton; Sarah Zook, Fairfax.

Catchers
Stephanie Adams, Northeast; Jennifer Axtell, Churchill; Katie Cobert, Fauquier; Kristen Collins, Oakton; Sarah Costa, Atholton; Adrienne Draper, LaPlata; Molly Geissenhanier, Georgetown Visitation; Mary Ann Kearney, Madison; Jessie Olownia, Broad Run; Kelly Pastic, Chantilly; Kitska Swanstrom, Potomac Falls.

Infielders
Rosie Alley, St. Mary's Ryken; Ashley Bailey, Park View; Christina Bounelis, Glen Burnie; Caitlin Burns, North County; Jeni Cox, Westlake; Kate Epstein, Maret; Lauren Hebb, Bowie; Gretchen Heitz, Jefferson; Stacy James, Loudoun County; Madeleine Perry, Georgetown Day; Erin Rantz, North Stafford; Lindsay Ries, Chesapeake; Veronica Skinner, Park View; Rachel Smith, W.T. Woodson; Rocky Wigenton, Fairfax.

Outfielders
Kelly Brown, Gar-Field; Melissa Coomer, O'Connell; Laura Fowler, Calvert; Beth Gagnon, Georgetown Visitation; Annie Hall, Walter Johnson; Katlin Hurley, Langley; Sarah Jones, West Potomac; Ashley McAfee, McLean; Missy Moore, Fauquier; Lucy Terrell, Jefferson.



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