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All-Mets All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Jason Pinsky (Churchill), Jamon W. Clayton (Oxon Hill). Second row: Kristen James (Centreville), Lesley Price (Eleanor Roosevelt), Marianne Baker (Glenelg), Blakeley Griffith (Loudoun County), Rachel Williams (Sidwell Friends). Third row: Rohan Nabar (Mount Hebron), Alex Hume (Episcopal), Paul Bristow (Robinson), Treat Huey (St. Stephen's/St. Agnes), Rowan Reynolds (St. Albans) Back row: Coach Wesley Rolle (DeMatha) left and Coach Heidi Cutler (Langley). Not pictured: Jessica Vanderdys (Centreville), Susan Johnson (Severna Park). (Jonathan Newton - The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
Treat Huey
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes | Soph.

Finished undefeated in the Interstate Athletic Conference, the area's toughest league for tennis. Also won the Ben Johns Invitational, outlasting the IAC's top singles players. Ranked No. 1 by the MATA among boys 16-and-under and is ranked 32nd in the nation.



Coach of the Year
Wesley Rolle
DeMatha

Led a group of young players to 12-0 conference record and a WCAC title a year after the Stags finished under .500. The accomplishments were more impressive considering four of DeMatha's players were freshmen, including three of its top four players.



First Team
Paul Bristow, Robinson, Sr.: Led Rams to Virginia AAA Patriot District and Northern Region titles and state berth. Won individual district and region for singles and doubles.
Jamon W. Clayton, Oxon Hill, Sr.: Went undefeated and won Prince George's County and regional titles before losing in state tournament. Finished career 73-5 with four state tournament appearances.
Alex Hume, Episcopal, Sr.: Repeat All-Met and four-time all-IAC player finished 11-2, falling to Treat Huey in Ben Johns No. 1 singles final. Finished high school career with a 60-6 record.
Rohan Nabar, Mount Hebron, Jr.: Howard County and Region 3 titlist did not lose a set until falling to Jason Pinsky in state semifinals. Owns a 44-1 career record.
Jason Pinsky, Churchill, Soph.: Repeat All-Met and 2001 Maryland champion didn't lose against a public school opponent until this year's state final. Finished undefeated in the regular season and won Montgomery County title.
Rowan Reynolds, St. Albans, Sr.: Repeat All-Met went 8-1 in the regular season, losing only to Treat Huey, before an injury forced him out of the Ben Johns. Third-ranked 18-and-under player in Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association.



Honorable Mention
Stefan Behar, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Elliott Bisnow, Landon, Soph.; Aaron Carr, DeMatha, Fr.; Michael Coleman, Eleanor Roosevelt, Soph.; Jon Edwards, Northern, Sr.; Brian Fitzgerald, O'Connell, Soph.; Jacob Frackowiak, Fairfax, Sr.; Medhi Garma, Stuart, Jr.; Andrew Gaudreau, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.; Michael James, Centreville, Soph.; Brian Jordan, Potomac Falls, Sr.; Filip Klarsten, Severna Park, Sr.; Brandon Lindsley, Woodbridge, Soph.; Farhat Muhawi, Landon, Soph.; Matt Railes, Bullis, Sr.; Roger Rodriguez, Georgetown Prep, Soph.

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

Player of the Year
Kristen James
Centreville | Sr.

Three-time All-Met dominated postseason, including victories in the Virginia AAA singles and doubles championships. Wildcats won four Concorde District, three Northern Region and three state titles in her career. Ranked 23rd in the nation for 18-and-under girls at the end of 2001.



Coach of the Year
Heidi Cutler
Langley

Second-year coach led Saxons to a 15-1 record and Virginia AAA Patriot District and Northern Region crowns. In states, the young Langley team fell in the semifinals. Saxons took regional title with a 5-4 victory against Centreville, the three-time defending state champion.



First Team
Marianne Baker, Glenelg, Jr.: The two-time defending Maryland champion has never lost a set in her career. Also won Howard County and Region 3 titles and led the Gladiators to county team title.
Blakeley Griffith, Loudoun County, Jr.: Defending Virginia AA champion went undefeated in the regular season for the second straight year. Led Raiders to Dulles District and Region II titles.
Susan Johnson, Severna Park, Sr.: Anne Arundel County and Region 5 titlist did not lose until state semifinals. Led the Falcons to county regular season and postseason team titles.
Lesley Price, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.: The 2000 Maryland girls' champion went undefeated, losing just one game in singles play. Switched to mixed doubles in the postseason, where she won county, region and state titles.
Jessica Vanderdys, Centreville, Sr.: Repeat All-Met finished undefeated at No. 2 singles during the regular season. Paired with Kristen James to win Virginia AAA doubles title.
Rachel Williams, Sidwell Friends, Sr.: Repeat All-Met lost just once this season in ISL play -- and was competing while hurt during her one loss. With Williams playing at No. 1 for much of her career, the Quakers built a 91-match winning streak.



Honorable Mention
Lauren Archer, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Taka Bertrand, Langley, Soph.; Veronica Brown, Magruder, Sr.; Julia Facchina, Glenelg, Soph.; Nicole Falls, Maret, Sr.; Jennifer Floyd, Suitland, Sr.; Tanya Gulnik, Thomas Johnson, Soph.; Ashley Howell, Patuxent, Jr.; Madeleine Long, Holy Cross, Soph.; Julia Neyman, Richard Montgomery, Jr.; Ashley Pariser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.; Ali Piacente, Richard Montgomery, Jr.; Charlotte Tansill, Potomac School, Soph.; Stephanie Weller, Forest Park, Sr.



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