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All-Mets All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Lindsey Pendergraph, Woodbridge; Amy Smerdzinski, Chantilly; Ashley Banks, W.T. Woodson; Samantha Drees, Hayfield; Jen Deck, Oakton; Sara Gulley, Robinson. Second row: Whitney Strand, Loudoun County; Nicole Smith, Hayfield; Lauren Bowers, Lake Braddock; Chernoh Diallo, Mount Vernon; Meghan Hurlbut, McLean; Tiffany Chudoba, Centreville; Ali Krieger, Forest Park. Third row: Adam McDaniel, Broad Run; Eric Hoglund, Hayfield; Ryan Jenkins, Osbourn Park; Brennan Wergley, Jefferson; Sean Hinkle, Chancellor; Mike Davis, Herndon. Back row: Coach Kurt Kuykendall, Madison; Jacob Weitz, Loudoun Valley; Keith Osborne, Osbourn; Billy Harris, Forest Park; Bobby Fithian, West Springfield; Jimmy Gaughan, Madison; Coach Tracy Birrell, Chantilly. (John McDonnell - The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
Eric Hoglund
Hayfield, Sr.

Named the Virginia AAA Northern Region player of the year, Hoglund is dependable and elegant with the ball at his feet and a model captain. He was the foundation of Hayfield's soccer renaissance, as the Hawks captured area's toughest district, the Patriot, equaling their victory total from previous three seasons.



Coach of the Year
Kurt Kuykendall
Madison

Already recognized for a cerebral, professional approach that guaranteed competitive teams, the ninth-year coach led a team that surpassed expectations this spring. In his final season, the former professional goalkeeper guided Madison (11-4-3) to its first district title, shutting out eight opponents with a unique system that made the most of its players' abilities.



First Team
GK Brennan Wergley, Jefferson, Sr.: Spry, aggressive and astute, Wergley commanded the penalty area and anchored the Concorde District runner-up's undefeated regular season, yielding three goals. Bound for William & Mary.
D Jimmy Gaughan, Madison, Sr.: Presided over Warhawks' tactically advanced defense, steering surprising 11-4-3 team to first Liberty District title, 0.72 goals against average and nine shutouts. Will play for Fairfield University.
D Jacob Weitz, Loudoun Valley, Sr.: Second-year Viking inspired program's revival, leading team to 7-5-1 record and best season since mid '90s. Defended well and contributed three goals, four assists. Headed to George Mason.
MF Bobby Fithian, West Springfield, Sr.: Combining athleticism, skill and mettle, four-year starter was reliable in the clutch. Tallied five goals (including two regional playoff winners) and three assists. Will attend William & Mary.
MF Billy Harris, Forest Park, Sr.: Composed, two-way play helped lift third-year program to undefeated regular season and No. 1 ranking. Tallied seven goals and eight assists. Will play for West Chester (Pa.) University.
MF Sean Hinkle, Chancellor, Sr.: Dominating and dynamic offensive presence proved nearly unstoppable. Future Virginia Cavalier had 17 goals and 12 assists, leading Chargers to 15-1 regular season.
MF Ryan Jenkins, Osbourn Park, Jr.: A smooth playmaker with dexterity, vision and grit, Jenkins deftly engineered Yellow Jackets' peerless possession game. Accounted for over half of team's scoring with three goals, five assists.
F Mike Davis, Herndon, Sr.: Tenacious, clever striker scored 13 goals, sparking unheralded Hornets' run to Concorde District championship and regional semifinals. Scored late winner in district final. Bound for Methodist College.
F Chernoh Diallo, Mount Vernon, Fr.: Transformed long-suffering program with 17 goals in 16 games, leading Majors to 7-4-5 record. Nimble, explosive scorer becomes first freshman boys' soccer All-Met in more than 12 years.
F Adam McDaniel, Broad Run, Jr.: Spartans averaged 3.5 goals per game during 14-2 regular season thanks largely to McDaniel, a creative and precise finisher who had 16 goals and 11 assists.
F Keith Osborne, Osbourn, Sr.: Tireless and versatile, Osborne was every opponent's focus yet managed 13 goals and four assists for Cedar Run District's top team. Will play for Virginia Tech.



Second Team
GK Kyle Rudzinski Langley Sr.
D Trevor Lantzy Potomac Falls Sr.
D Aaron Watts Yorktown Sr.
D Michael Yakovac Lake Braddock Sr.
MF Nathaniel Burkey T.C. Williams Sr.
MF Branco Calizaya Wakefield Sr.
MF Esteban Maldonado Edison Jr.
MF Greg Smith Fauquier Sr.
F Mario Bazan Hayfield Jr.
F Chino Ferrufino Annandale Jr.
F Davorin Husadzinovic Park View Sr.
F William Phouminh Lee Sr.



Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Robbie Batchelder, Stone Bridge, Jr., Peter Clark, Osbourn, Sr.; Andrew Dykstra, Osbourn Park, Jr.; Jean-Claude Mutombo, Mount Vernon, Fr.; Erik Reeves, Broad Run, Jr.; Chris Stewart, Hayfield, Soph.; Grant Ward, Edison, Jr.; Chris Wood, Madison, Jr.
Defenders: Patrick Carroll, West Springfield, Jr.; Andrew Charron, Westfield, Jr.; Peter Dittmar, George Mason, Jr.; Matt Hubbell, Brooke Point, Sr.; Brendan McCommas, Fairfax, Sr.; Collin McElhaney, McLean, Sr.; John Millward, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Greg Peck, Woodbridge, Sr.; Philip Purdy, Osbourn Park, Soph.; Mike Torbert, Annandale, Soph.; Matt Weiler, Lake Braddock, Fr.
Midfielders: Oscar Berrios, Lee, Sr.; Rob Cheshire, Woodbridge, Sr.; Mike Davis, West Springfield, Sr.; Kevin Edwards, Stafford, Jr.; Ekom Etuk, Herndon, Jr.; Bill Kirchner, Potomac Falls, Jr.; Russell Korte, Broad Run, Jr.; Bo Lawrence, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Anthony Lewis, Osbourn, Sr.; Brian Lockhart, Forest Park, Sr.; Michael Minai, Fairfax, Jr.; Mike Monahan, Forest Park, Sr.; Colin Nannery, George Mason, Sr.; Brian Pate, Massaponax, Soph.; Robbie Rogers, Robinson, Soph.; Mark Salinas, Colonial Forge, Jr.; Will Sanford, James Monroe, Sr.; Paul Tenorio, Mount Vernon, Sr.; Scott Tsuchitani, Yorktown, Jr.; Brandon Ward, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Jairo Zambrano, Falls Church, Sr.
Forwards: Douglas Boateng, Potomac (Va.), Jr.; Ryan Cassell, Oakton, Sr.; Steven Dellamore, Oakton, Sr.; Doug Ernst, West Potomac, Jr.; Walid Esseddiq, T.C. Williams, Jr.; Jean-Pierre Goncalves, Edison, Sr.; Jason Kosmann, Loudoun County, Sr.; Michael Lahoud, W.T. Woodson, Soph.; Bobby Moges, Yorktown, Sr.; Trevor Sakry, Colonial Forge, Jr.; Jonathan Urcuyo, Madison, Sr.

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

Player of the Year
Ali Krieger
Forest Park, Sr.

With a rare combination of skill, experience and athletic ability, this ferocious competitor and three-year captain led the Bruins to their first undefeated regular season. A three-time Cardinal District first-team member and a repeat all-Virginia AAA selection, Krieger was also named Gatorade's state player of the year.



Coach of the Year
Tracy Birrell
Chantilly

It has taken only two seasons for Birrell to turn the Chargers into one of the best teams in the Virginia AAA Northern Region. At 16-0-3 entering the regional semifinals, the Concorde District champion Chargers were the region's only unbeaten team. Chantilly is 10-0 in one-goal games this year and 29-4-3 overall in Birrell's two seasons.



First Team
GK Jen Deck, Oakton, Sr.: The two-time all-Northern Region selection and two-time All-Met gave up one goal or none in eight of her 10 starts. Will play for Western Carolina.
D Lauren Bowers, Lake Braddock, Sr.: Team's most versatile defender helped lead Bruins to Virginia AAA Patriot District title. District player of the year will play for William & Mary.
D Nicole Smith, Hayfield, Sr.: First-team all-Northern Region selection and North Carolina Wilmington recruit returned from injury to lead a stingy Hawks defense that allowed six goals.
D Whitney Strand, Loudoun County, Sr.: Overcame injuries in last three seasons to help limit opponents to eight goals this spring. Also scored three goals to help Raiders claim three key wins.
MF Tiffany Chudoba, Centreville, Sr.: An excellent distributor of the ball, the William & Mary-bound midfielder was a first-team all-Northern Region selection. Had two goals and 17 assists.
MF Meghan Hurlbut, McLean, Sr.: Three-time All-Met adjusted to the move from defense to the midfield, scoring eight goals and adding eight assists. Will play for Columbia.
MF Amy Smerdzinski, Chantilly, Soph.: Two-time All-Met was named AAA Northern Region player of the year after scoring 18 regular season goals, which kept the Chargers ranked No. 1 for most of the season.
F Ashley Banks, W.T. Woodson, Jr.: AAA Liberty District player of the year's return to the lineup started a nine-game winning streak, including district title game victory. Scored 13 goals through first 13 games.
F Samantha Drees, Hayfield, Fr.: Elusive forward was a first-team all-Patriot District selection with a team-best 10 goals. Had a goal or assist in all but one regular season game for the Hawks.
F Sara Gulley, Robinson, Soph.: Playmaking forward with good speed led the Rams in scoring with 13 goals and nine assists. Named to the all-Northern Region first team.
F Lindsey Pendergraph, Woodbridge, Sr.: Moved from midfield to forward, powering the Vikings' offense with 13 goals and four assists. Scored three goals off corner kicks. Signed with Radford.



Second Team
GK Loretta McNamee Robinson Jr.
D Christina Costantino Lake Braddock Sr.
D Kristin Cox Chantilly Sr.
D Karla Hutton Centreville Sr.
MF Erica Lee Oakton Sr.
MF Nicole Megaloudis Potomac Falls Sr.
MF Lindsay O'Bannon Fauquier Sr.
MF Anna Young Robinson Sr.
F Leigh Anthony W.T. Woodson Sr.
F Kim Bonilla Forest Park Jr.
F Jasmine Byrd Hylton Sr.
F Lena Franklin Loudoun County Sr.



Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Kate Burns, Loudoun County, Soph.; Mary Casey, Chantilly, Fr.; Katie Dolan, Centreville, Sr.; C.J. Grose, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Jackie Picard, Hayfield, Sr.; Shireen Tashakkori, Herndon, Jr.
Defenders: Lindsay Alexander, Oakton, Jr.; Ashley Cadwallader, Fairfax, Sr.; Lauren Kontos, Forest Park, Sr.; Jessie Davis, W.T. Woodson, Soph.; Lauren Eaton, Hylton, Sr.; Lisa Henderson, Washington-Lee, Sr.; Kari Hylton, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Kat Libby, Langley, Jr.; Lauren Malan, Potomac Falls, Soph.; Kelly O'Brien, Chantilly, Sr.; Elizabeth Oliphant, Yorktown, Sr.; Krista Shilts, Robinson, Jr.; Whitney Slack, Loudoun County, Sr.
Midfielders: Rianna Barrett, Osbourn, Sr.; Sarah Bowen, Langley, Sr.; Lindsay Bowers, Lake Braddock, Soph.; Lisa DuCote, Massaponax, Jr.; Marilee Eback, Sherando, Sr.; Jessica Hart, Hayfield, Soph.; Amanda Koslow, Fauquier, Jr.; Tiffany McGowan, Courtland, Sr.; Carmen Myers, Woodbridge, Sr.; Janna Pearson, Stonewall Jackson, Jr.; Rachel Ross, Langley, Sr.; Katie Somadelis, Oakton, Soph.; Kristin Stankus, Yorktown, Sr.; Rachel Thompson, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; L.J. Williams, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Claire Zimmick, W.T. Woodson, Soph.
Forwards: Caly Cassidy, Brentsville, Fr.; Bridgit Cooley, Seton (Va.), Jr.; Brittany Croce, North Stafford, Soph.; Stephanie Dansereau, Langley, Soph.; Lindsey Daugherty, Lake Braddock, Jr.; Liz Frank, Broad Run, Soph.; Blaine Hitt, Yorktown, Fr.; Emily Jukich, Centreville, Fr.; Jill Maslyn, Hayfield, Jr.; Crissy Papageorge, Jefferson, Jr.; Jessica Paris, Centreville, Jr.; Alison Penland, George Mason, Jr.; Jenny Racine, Osbourn, Soph.; Sarah Senty, Washington-Lee, Soph.; Amy Wilcox, Yorktown, Soph.



Note: Virginia public schools play soccer during the spring. Maryland, D.C. and private schools play soccer during the fall.


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