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All-Mets All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Marianne Baker, Glenelg Blakeley Griffith, Loudoun County; Laura Reichert, Madison; Ashley Pariser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes. Second row: Mike Goodwin, Richard Montgomery; Charlie Tansill, Potomac School; Eleanor Peters, Georgetown Visitation; Maggie MacKeever, Churchill; Treat Huey, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes. Back row: Coach Ben Woods, Churchill; Matt Stillwagon, Handley; Michael James, Centreville; Farhat Muhawi, Landon; Coach Ray Bowers, Jefferson. Not pictured: Rohan Nabar, Mount Hebron. (John McDonnell - The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
Treat Huey
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.

This powerful serve-and-volley player could star in several other varsity sports for Saints, coaches at the Alexandria school say. This spring, Huey again went undefeated in the Interstate Athletic Conference and won the Ben Johns Invitational for the second consecutive season.

Coach of the Year
Ray Bowers

Led Jefferson to its second consecutive undefeated regular season in Virginia AAA Concorde District play, winning 24 straight matches over two seasons. This spring, guided the Colonials to their first district tournament and Northern Region team titles since 2000. Record over four seasons: 68-7.

First Team
Mike Goodwin, Richard Montgomery, Soph.: Won Montgomery County, district and regional titles, defeating Quince Orchard's Brendan Lynch in those matches to earn a state berth. Fourth-ranked 16-and-under player in MATA.
Michael James, Centreville, Jr.: Went undefeated for Wildcats, winning Virginia AAA Concorde District and Northern Region titles and a berth in the state tournament.
Farhat Muhawi, Landon, Jr.: Led Bears to a share of the IAC title. Finished regular season undefeated, losing in the final of the Ben Johns Invitational to Treat Huey.
Rohan Nabar, Mount Hebron, Sr.: Repeat All-Met went undefeated during Howard County's regular season for the third time in career. Finished career with a 57-1 singles record.
Matt Stillwagon, Handley, Sr.: Went undefeated, claiming AA Northwestern District title and a regional berth. Won past two Virginia AA singles titles, leading the Judges to a team championship last season.

Honorable Mention
Aaron Carr, DeMatha, Soph.; Michael Coleman, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.; Albert Fitch, Northern, Soph.; Orthmane Garma, Stuart, Sr.; Eddie Glidewell, Fauquier, Jr.; Ryan Keefe, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Brendan Lynch, Quince Orchard, Soph.; Martin McIntyre, St. Albans, Jr.; John Mook, Potomac Falls, Jr.; Zachary Tobias, St. Anselm's, Sr.; Leon Vessels, DeMatha, Soph.; Adam Wallwork, Potomac School, Sr.; Brian Waikart, Good Counsel, Jr.; John Weber, Osbourn, Sr.; Maurice Willacy, T.C. Williams, Jr.

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

Player of the Year
Blakeley Griffith
Loudoun County, Sr.

Griffith, a powerful and quick baseline player, is equally effective using backhand and forehand. A team captain, she has won four straight AA Dulles District singles titles, three straight Region II titles and two Virginia AA championships.

Coach of the Year
Ben Woods

Cancellations due to the Washington area sniper last fall forced teams, including Churchill, to cancel many games. But Woods kept his team on track, and the young Bulldogs finished 7-0, claiming the Montgomery County regular season title by defeating unbeaten Walter Johnson.

First Team
Marianne Baker, Glenelg, Sr.: Repeat All-Met finished high school career with a 67-0 record. Won Maryland championships the past two years and Howard County championships the past three. Signed with Maryland.
Maggie MacKeever, Churchill, Fr.: Maryland Region II champion finished the season 11-0. Led the Bulldogs to the Montgomery County Division I regular season title.
Ashley Pariser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.: Tenacious player finished the season 11-0 in the competitive ISL AA. Ranked 12th in MATA under-18 standings.
Eleanor Peters, Georgetown Visitation, Fr.: With a punishing forehand and quick feet, she was undefeated in the ISL A and 10-1 overall. Ranked third in MATA under-16.
Laura Reichert, Madison, Soph.: Northern Region champion finished season 21-1 with lone loss in Virginia AAA semifinals. Led Warhawks to state quarterfinals. Ranked seventh in MATA under-16 standings.
Charlie Tansill, Potomac School, Jr.: Aggressive player with a powerful stroke, also moves well. Finished ISL AA season 10-1. Ranked second in MATA under-18 standings.

Honorable Mention
Ceran Baysan, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Katelyn Bevard, McLean, Sr.; Jamie Caplan, Flint Hill, Soph.; Alice Chen, Quince Orchard, Fr.; Liz Emery, Langley, Soph.; Ashley Howell, Patuxent, Sr.; Laura Johnson, Stafford, Sr.; Kelly Lai, Lackey, Fr.; Madeleine Long, Holy Cross, Jr.; Audrey Neff, Field, Sr.; Seton Pariser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Fr.; Amanda Rales, Bullis, Soph.; Carola Royuela, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Maria Sotirchos, Paul VI Catholic, Soph.; Christina Sedney, George Mason, Sr.

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