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Front row, from left to right: Stephanie Simpson (Glenelg), Julie Hauser (St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes), Kristen Zimmer (St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes), Melissa McCarthy (Mount Hebron), Meg Dentler (Arundel), Coach Ginger Kincaid (Glenelg). Second row: Stephanie Scurachio (Mount Hebron), Raina Edelstein (South River), Lindsey Biles (Severn), Kristy Dirks (Annapolis), Sarah Oliphant (Annapolis), Acacia Walker (Annapolis), Jessie Dorney (Quince Orchard). Third row: Coach Paul Jenkins (Damascus), Patrick Christensen (St. Mary’s Ryken), Andrew Corno (Whitman), Billy McCulloch (W.T. Woodson), Dan Valente (Mount Hebron), Steve Looney (DeMatha). Back row: Mark Davis (Bullis), Will Rawson (St. Albans), Patrick Keeley (Georgetown Prep), Drew Habeck (Severn), Brendan Healy (Landon), Matthew Ward (Landon). (Jonathan Newton - The Washington Post)

Boys
Player of the Year
Coach of the Year
First Team
Second Team
Honorable Mention

Player of the Year
Matthew Ward
Landon, Jr., A

Had 45 goals and 18 assists for a Landon team that won 17 straight games and 21st consecutive IAC crown. Scored game-winning goal in overtime to beat DeMatha and had five second-half goals in win over Baltimore power Loyola.



Coach of the Year
Paul Jenkins
Damascus

Led Swarmin' Hornets to their first undefeated regular season after finishing 4-9 in 1999 and 6-7 last season. Damascus won its first Montgomery County title and Maryland 3A/2A West Region championship.



First Team
Attack
Patrick Christensen
St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.

Had 83 goals and 48 assists to become Knights all-time career points leader (213 goals, 115 assists). Three-year starter and team captain. Will attend Bucknell.

Mark Davis
Bullis, Sr.

All-IAC player as sophomore, junior, and senior. Had 55 goals and 18 assists this season and is the school's all-time leading scorer with 160 goals and 86 assists.

Drew Habeck
Severn, Sr.

Has scored 83 goals the past two seasons in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association, one of the most competitive leagues in the nation. Will attend North Carolina.

Billy McCulloch
W.T. Woodson, Sr.

Four-year starter who holds the all-time Woodson scoring mark with 172 career goals. Will attend Lynchburg College.

Midfielders
Andrew Corno
Whitman, Sr.

One of the top faceoff midfielders in the Washington area. Won 85 percent of his faceoffs this season. Will attend Georgetown.

Brendan Healy
Landon, Jr.

Scored 22 goals, including four-goal games against St. Albans and Ohio power Upper Arlington School. Key midfielder on Metro area's top team.

Steve Looney
DeMatha, Sr.

: Led DeMatha in goals and ground balls as Stags claimed third straight WCAC championship. Very speedy midfielder with great agility.

Defense
Patrick Keeley
Georgetown Prep, Sr.

Three-year starter made first-team all-IAC this season. Had 78 ground balls this year for a team which lost only to No. 2 DeMatha and No. 1 Landon. Will attend Dartmouth.

Will Rawson
St. Albans, Sr.

Had over 100 ground balls as junior and senior. Four-year starter and team captain.Consistently covered opponent's best offensive player. Will attend Middlebury College.

Goalkeeper
Dan Valente
Mount Hebron, Sr.

Made 166 saves this season and over 500 during his high school career, setting school record. Had a .710 save percentage this season, .810 in Howard County games.



Second Team
Attack
Adam Gjerulff
Georgetown Prep, Sr.

John Schlegel
Gonzaga, Sr.

Mike Selawski
Mount Hebron, Sr.

Matt White
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.

Attack/Midfield
Alex McCollough
St. Andrew's, Jr.

Midfield
Will Jones
DeMatha, Sr.

Peter Lamade
Landon, Soph.

Nate Whitaker
Jefferson, Jr.

Defense
David DiBianco
Landon, Sr.

Ted Turnblacer
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.

Goalkeeper
Matt Larkin
Severn, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Attack
Brett Abbamonte, Damascus, Sr.
Matt Bancroft, Madison, Jr.
Mark Collier, Arundel, Jr.
Kyle Cunningham, Centreville, Sr.
Will Cutler, St. John's, Sr.
Luke Dixson, O'Connell, Jr.
Weston Duffy, Northern, Sr.
Scott Falatach, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.
Andy Gallagher, DeMatha, Jr.
Colin Hanley, DeMatha, Sr.
Alec Hooff, Episcopal, Jr.
Brad Korvin, Arundel, Sr.
Graham Lake, Sidwell Friends, Sr.
Kurt Nordhoff, Mount Hebron, Jr.
Patrick Roche, Gar-Field, Sr.
Bob Woody, South River, Sr.

Midfielders
Tom Augustyn, Robinson, Sr.
Tommy Boylan, Georgetown Prep, Jr.
Paul Burnett, Severna Park, Sr.
Ben Dougherty, Glenelg, Sr.
John Fatseas, DeMatha, Jr.
Chase Gompers, Arundel, Sr.
Chris Guy, Quince Orchard, Sr.
Teddy Hayes, Landon, Sr.
Gabe Katz, Hammond, Sr.
Jono Linebaugh, Oakton, Sr.
Bobby Meunier, O'Connell, Sr.
Michael Petrash, Landon, Sr.
P.J. Riester, St. Mary's Ryken, Jr.
Teddy Rykowski, Good Counsel, Sr.
Chris Shipps, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Stevie Solomon, W.T. Woodson, Jr.
Jon Sowanick, Bullis, Sr.
Chad Summerville, Broadneck, Sr.
Parker Terry, Stonewall Jackson, Sr.
Shane Wilkerson, Gonzaga, Sr.
J.D. Wood, St. John's, Jr.
Jeff Wunk, Mount Hebron, Sr.

Defense
Ed Brown, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Charlie Dammeyer, Annapolis, Sr.
Anthony Ezersky, Northeast, Sr.
Chris Jones, Robinson, Sr.
Keane Kellum, Centreville, Sr.
Jay Morgan, River Hill, Sr.
Zack Rice, Bullis, Sr.
Jeremy Smith, Leonardtown, Sr.
Ben Snider, Potomac School, Sr.

Goalkeepers
Joel Bell, Highland School, Soph.
Mike Fretwell, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.
Charles Gray, South River, Jr.
Ben Roberts, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Miguel Snyder, Seneca Valley, Sr.

Girls
Player of the Year
Coach of the Year
First Team
Second Team
Honorable Mention

Player of the Year
Kristy Dirks
Annapolis, Sr., MF

Two-time All-Met and four-year starter led Panthers to two state titles, three Anne Arundel County crowns and four consecutive berths in region finals. Tenacious ground ball specialist had 165 goals and 87 assists over past three years. Signed to play at Duke.



Coach of the Year
Ginger Kincaid
Glenelg

Baltimore native and former James Madison midfielder guided the Gladiators to a 14-3-1 record and their second consecutive appearance in the state tournament. Career record: 116-83-1 in 14 seasons, including a 62-3-1 record with two state tournament appearances in the past five years.



First Team
Attack
Lindsey Biles
Severn, Sr.

All-American led Admirals to a 14-5-1 mark and had 87 goals and 29 assists despite being routinely double-teamed. Will play for Princeton.

Jessie Dorney
Quince Orchard, Sr.

Montgomery County's all-time leading scorer with 291 goals and 79 assists as a four-year starter. Will play for NCAA champion Maryland.

Sarah Oliphant
Annapolis, Sr.

All-American and three-time All-Met led Panthers is points with 57 goals and 53 assists. Had 175 goals and 135 assists in past three years. Will play for Georgetown.

Stephanie Simpson
Glenelg, Sr.

Gladiators' career scoring leader totaled 112 goals and 124 assists in four years. Played in Maryland 2A/1A tournament past two seasons. Signed with Villanova.

Midfielders
Melissa McCarthy
Mount Hebron, Jr.

Talented playmaker finished with 54 goals and 18 assists this season as the Vikings won their to their ninth state title in 10 years.

Stephanie Scurachio
Mount Hebron, Jr.

Team captain and leading scorer had 67 goals and 30 assists as the Vikings (17-1-1) captured the Maryland 3A/2A championship.

Acacia Walker
Annapolis, Sr.

All-American and two-way player finished season with 40 goals and 30 assists. Played for two state champion teams. Signed with NCAA champion Maryland.

Kristen Zimmer
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.

All-American and three-year starter had 23 goals and 41 assists as the top-ranked Saints (19-1) claimed their 14th ISL tournament title.

Defense
Raina Edelstein
South River, Sr.

Team captain helped lead Seahawks to Maryland 3A/2A title game. Anchored defense that yielded average of 6.7 goals per game. Will play at American University.

Julie Hauser
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.

Marking specialist and three-year starter joined the attack to score six goals and record 16 assists. Qualified for national schoolgirls' first team.

Goalkeeper
Meg Dentler
Arundel, Sr.

Team MVP had a .698 save percentage with 144 stops. Made 19 saves in 8-7, six-overtime playoff loss to state champion Severna Park. Will play for George Mason.



Second Team
Attack
Ashley Holden
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.

Kathleen Miller
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.

Kristen Waagbo
Mount Hebron, Soph.

Midfielders
Nicki Barnes
Severna Park, Sr.

Johanna Buchholz
W.T. Woodson, Sr.

Ashley Dodson
Severn, Sr.

Lane Fogarty
Holton-Arms, Sr.

Becca Hall
Edison, Sr.

Defense
Lindsay Stover
Severna Park, Sr.

Amanda Thornburg
West Springfield, Sr.

Lauren Vance
Episcopal, Sr.

Goalkeeper
Cindy Nicolaus
Mount Hebron, Jr.



Honorable Mention
Attack
Christi Bird, Good Counsel, Sr.
Isa Cohen, Fairfax, Sr.
Jenny Diana, Robinson, Soph.
Ashley Ehrenreich, St. Andrews, Sr.
Lisa Furst, Walter Johnson, Jr.
Anna Gonzalez, Potomac School, Sr.
Ayres Heller, Whitman, Sr.
Kara Heyl, Northwest, Jr.
Kate Hickman, Severna Park, Jr.
Laura Hur, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.
Ryan Killeen, Episcopal, Jr.
Tyler Leachman, Holton-Arms, Jr.
Lindsay Lewis, Glenelg, Jr.
Jennifer Millard, Sidwell Friends, Sr.
Emma Millon, Episcopal, Jr.
Kelly O'Connor, Glenelg, Sr.
Laura Peed, Oakton, Sr.
Melody Shotwell, Lake Braddock, Sr.

Midfielders
Leila Batmanghelidj, Potomac School, Soph.
Emily Bikowski, Bishop O'Connell, Sr.
Kristen Burke, Severna Park, Sr.
Brooke Deirenger, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.
Erin Edell, Glenelg, Sr.
Melissa Fullenkamp, Good Counsel, Sr.
Kate Gannon, Whitman, Sr.
Cara Hurrin, Mount Vernon, Sr.
Kate Jerde, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Kelli Hogan, South River, Sr.
Sophie Larroque, Whitman, Sr.
Jaimee Motley, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.
Eleanor Morgan, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.
Joanna Navarro, Field, Sr.
Erin Rathbone, Northwest, Sr.
Brooke Richards, Broadneck, Jr.
Corey Samperton, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.
Catherine Sproul, National Cathedral, Sr.

Defense
Laura Barnes, Annapolis, Jr.
Liz Frande, Mount Hebron, Jr.
Casey Orr, National Cathedral, Jr.
Golnar Oveyssi, Potomac School, Sr.
Kristina Schwarz, Glenelg, Sr.
Erin Tush, Severna Park, Sr.
Lindsey Wooten, Severn, Jr.

Goalkeepers
Emily Beach, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.
Sarah Carpenter, Severn, Sr.
K.C. Cowles, Sherwood, Sr.
Ann Franken, Northwest, Jr.
Leslie Smith, Fairfax, Jr.
Kathryn Tylander, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.
Heather Young, Glenelg, Sr.



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