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Front row, from left to right: Garrett Pike (Potomac Falls), Ryan Price (Paul VI Catholic), Jenny Suh (Chantilly), Joe Scheffres (Landon), Ryan Jeun (DeMatha). Back row: Brian Scott (Arundel), Thomas Feldman (Georgetown Day), Chris Oosterhuis (Landon), Christopher Fenimore (Langley), Ben Pellicani (Severna Park), Coach Jack Duquette (Landon). (Jonathan Newton - The Washington Post)

Golfer of the Year |  Coach of the Year
First Team | Honorable Mention


Golfer of the Year
Garrett Pike
Potomac Falls, Soph.

Shot 3-under-par 68 at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club en route to four-shot victory in the Virginia AA Region II tournament. Led Potomac Falls to its first Virginia AA Northwestern District and Region II championships. Scoring averages: 73.75 over 18 holes, 36.7 over nine.

Coach of the Year
Jack Duquette

Led Landon to its ninth straight Interstate Athletic Conference title, 11th in 12 years. In 12 seasons as coach, Duquette's Bears have compiled a 138-12 record.

First Team
Thomas Feldman, Georgetown Day School, Jr.
Posted a league-best 37.0 stroke average and was 15-1-1 as the Mighty Hoppers went 18-0 in the Mid-Atlantic Conference. He finished third in the conference tournament.

Christopher Fenimore, Langley, Jr.
Had a team-best 74.3 scoring average over 18 holes as Saxons won Virginia AAA Liberty District and Northern Region tournament championships.

Ryan Jeun, DeMatha, Sr.
Repeat All-Met went 9-1-1 for the Stags with a 38.0 stroke average during the regular season. After winning WCAC individual championship in 2000, was runner-up this year.

Chris Oosterhuis, Landon, Sr.
Won IAC individual title with a 2-over-par 73 at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club. While helping Landon earn IAC team title, Oosterhuis posted a 37.9 nine-hole stroke average.

Ben Pellicani, Severna Park, Jr.
Junior won Maryland District V tournament with 1-under-par 70 at Eisenhower Golf Course. His stroke average over 18 holes was an Anne Arundel County-best 73.25.

Ryan Price, Paul VI Catholic, Soph.
Captured WCAC tournament championship with a one-stroke win over DeMatha's Ryan Jeun. Finished regular season 13-0-1 as the Panthers won their first WCAC team title.

Joe Scheffres, Landon, Jr.
Won Private Schools Championship with 3-over-par 73 at Indian Spring Country Club. Went undefeated during regular season and finished 11-1. Nine-hole scoring average: 37.7.

Brian Scott, Arundel, Soph.
Shot Anne Arundel County tournament record 2-under-par 69 at Eisenhower Golf Course in Crownsville. Finished third in Maryland 4A/3A tournament with a 76-73 -- 149.

Jenny Suh, Chantilly, Soph.
Repeat All-Met won Virginia AAA Northern Region championship with a 69-72 -- 141, good for a four-stroke victory in a field of girls and boys. Had 12 birdies in the tournament.

Honorable Mention
Peter Badawy, McLean, Sr.
Andrew Brant, Ireton, Jr.
Will Britt, Fairfax, Sr.
Taylor Chamberlain, O'Connell, Soph.
Daniel Hogan, Centreville, Jr.
Connie Isler, Meade, Sr.
Mike Kelly, Gonzaga, Jr.
Shawn Krahling, Thomas Stone, Sr.
Marcus Manley, High Point, Soph.
Nick Marona, Paul VI Catholic, Jr.
Chris McCartin, Yorktown, Fr.
Kyle Murray, La Plata, Soph.
Josh Notes, Oakland Mills, Jr.
Jonathan Orchin, Georgetown Day School, Jr.
Kevin Peterson, Broadneck, Sr.
Dan Powe, Hylton, Jr.
Jason Shin, Sidwell Friends, Sr.
Will Shriver, Gonzaga, Soph.
Keith Snyder, Oxon Hill, Jr.
Dan Spiker, Poolesville, Jr.
Jonathan Sumner, Osbourn, Sr.
John Valder, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.
Calli Vance, Arundel, Jr.
Kevin Vollmer, Georgetown Prep
Kurt Wessel, Langley, Sr.

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