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All-Mets All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Jessie Cunningham, Broad Run; Megan Shores, Langley; Erin Stack, Stonewall Jackson; Coach Karen Lutman, Stonewall Jackson; Valerie Voorhies, Chantilly; Decelia Willacy, Springbrook; Carolyn Marckesano, Langley. (John McDonnell - The Washington Post)

Gymnast of the Year
Carolyn Marckesano, Langley, Sr.
Three-time All-Met won the all-around at the Virginia AAA Liberty District and Northern Region championships. Scored a 10 on vault at regionals and the following week led Langley to its first state championship. Finished third all-around (38.60) at the individual state championships. Will compete for George Washington.



Coach of the Year
Karen Lutman, Stonewall Jackson
Raiders' coach for more than two decades guided Stonewall Jackson to its first Virginia AAA Northwestern Region team title since 1983 with a school-record score of 149.50. The following week at the state championhips, the Raiders pulled together after a key gymnast was injured and rallied to finish third.



First Team
Jessie Cunningham, Broad Run, Fr.
Swept all four individual events and the all-around at the Virginia AA Dulles District championships. Placed fourth on balance beam (9.8) at state championships.

Megan Shores, Langley, Sr.
Key component to Langley's state championship-winning squad. Won the balance beam title (9.825) at AAA Northern Region championships and placed ninth all-around at states.

Erin Stack, Stonewall Jackson, Soph.
Especially graceful tumbler won floor (9.65) and all-around titles at the AAA Northwestern Region championships. Medaled at states, finshing sixth all-around (38.10).

Valerie Voorhies, Chantilly, Soph.
Finished third all-around (37.125) at the AAA Concorde District championships and second all-around (37.425) at Northern Region championships. Tied for 10th all-around at state championships.

Decelia Willacy, Springbrook, Sr.
Repeat All-Met was Montgomery County's most dominant gymnast for the third year in a row, winning all-around titles at the county and state championships. Will compete for Towson.



Honorable Mention
Joanne Amos, Broadneck, Fr.; Allison Brooks, Stafford, Soph.; Kelsey Deitz, Stonewall Jackson, Fr.; Katy Dixon, Dominion, Soph.; Jessie Everett, Yorktown, Fr.; Lisa Faulkner, Langley, Fr.; Catie Frakes, Stafford, Fr.; Rachel Gentry, Colonial Forge, Soph.; Kaitlin Hoey, Robinson, Jr.; Becca Howard, Brooke Point, Sr.;

Shana Karp, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Soph.; Sara Kubik, Lake Braddock, Fr.; Beth Longo, Osbourn Park, Fr.; Kim Luckett, Lake Braddock, Soph.; Erin Ostrove, Springbrook, Jr.; Sarah Randle, Jefferson, Sr.; Carol Reed, Stonewall Jackson, Jr.; Taryn Saunders, Chantilly, Fr.; Diana Sciambi, Langley, Jr.; Nicole Smith, Stonewall Jackson, Fr.



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