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All-Mets All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Coach Jean Vanderpool, Centennial; Charlie Tansill, Potomac School; Eleanor Peters, Georgetown Visitation; Julia Facchina, Glenelg; Coach Doug Millward, Jefferson. Back row: Brett Waikart, Good Counsel; Michael James, Centreville; Farhat Muhawi, Landon; Mike Goodwin, Richard Montgomery. Not pictured: Elliott Bisnow, Landon; Treat Huey, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Jessica Keener, South Lakes; Maggie MacKeever, Churchill; Thomas Nolan, Chantilly; Ashley Pariser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Laura Reichert, Madison. (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, Sr.

Four-time All-Met and three-time Player of the Year won 30 straight matches to close his career, including his third consecutive Ben Johns Invitational crown. Ranked first in USTA's Mid-Atlantic section. Will play for Virginia.

Coach of the Year
Jean Vanderpool

Led the boys' team to an undefeated record of 18-0, including the Eagles' first Howard County championship.

First Team
Mike Goodwin, Richard Montgomery, Jr.: Defending state champion captured Maryland Region II and Montgomery County titles. Repeat All-Met was undefeated at 16-0, and has a 58-3 career record. Ranked fourth in 18-and-under in MATA.
Michael James, Centreville, Sr.: Completed second consecutive undefeated season, winning the Virginia AAA Concorde District and Northern Region titles in singles and doubles. Repeat All-Met will play for Penn State.
Farhat Muhawi, Landon, Sr.: Repeat All-Met led Bears to the Interstate Athletic Conference title with a record of 12-2, losing only to Treat Huey. Finished as runner up in the Ben Johns Invitational. Will play for William & Mary.
Brett Waikart, Good Counsel, Sr.: Finished career undefeated at 14-0 and captured the Washington Catholic Athletic Conferece title. Ranked 12th in 18-and-under in MATA. Will play for University of Richmond.
Elliott Bisnow, Landon, Sr.: Captured No. 2 singles title in Ben Johns Invitiational. Finished undefeated at 14-0. Ranked fifth in 18-and-under in MATA. Will compete for University of Wisconsin. Thomas Nolan, Chantilly, Soph.: Virginia AAA Northern Region and Concorde District runner-up was 13-4 entering the state tournament. All four losses came to Michael James.

Honorable Mention
Aaron Carr, DeMatha, Jr.; Daniel Barnas, La Plata, Fr.; David Caplan, Flint Hill, Soph.; Albert Fitch, Northern, Jr.; Ryan Lissner, Centennial, Fr.; Brendan Lynch, Quince Orchard, Jr.; John Mook, Potomac Falls, Sr.; Jared Pinsky, Churchill, Fr.; Anthony Rinaldis, Potomac Falls, Sr.; Derek Ralet, Old Mill, Sr.; Leon Vessells-Grigsby, DeMatha, Jr.; Maurice Willacy, T.C. Wiliams, Jr.; Ales Zarate, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Mike Zolfaghar, Georgetown Prep, Sr.

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

Player of the Year
Laura Reichart
Madison, Jr.

Captured Virginia AAA Northern Region and Liberty District championships for the second straight year before losing in the state semifinals. Finished season with a 22-1 record. Ranked fourth in 18-and-under MATA standings.

Coach of the Year
Doug Millward

The Colonials advanced to the Virginia AAA tournament this season for third consecutive year, losing to eventual champion Mills Godwin.

First Team
Maggie MacKeever, Churchill, Soph.: Maryland Region II champion for the second consecutive season. Went undefeated in leading Bulldogs to the Montgomery County Division I regular season title for second straight year.
Ashley Pariser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.: Captured the ISL AA tournament title and finished the season 6-2. Ranked No. 6 in MATA under-18 standings. Repeat All-Met will play for Brown.
Eleanor Peters, Georgetown Visitation, Soph.: Went undefeated in the ISL A at 7-0. Ranked second in MATA 18-and-under standings.
Charlie Tansill, Potomac School, Sr.: Finished ISL AA season undefeated at 11-0 before losing in the tournament championship to Ashley Pariser. Ranked 10th in MATA under-18. Will play for North Carolina.
Julia Facchina, Glenelg, Sr.: Has never lost a regular season match in high school career and was 18-0 at No. 1 singles this year. Third at Maryland singles championships a year ago.
Jessica Keener, South Lakes, Jr.: Won the Virginia AAA championship and was runner-up in the Liberty District and Northern Region tournaments. Ranked ninth in the MATA under-18.

Honorable Mention
Whitney Ambush, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.; Jamie Caplan, Flint Hill, Jr.; Alice Chen, Quince Orchard, Soph.; Candace Cunningham, School Without Walls, Soph.; Allison Daciek, Severna Park, Sr.; Liz Emery, Langley, Jr.; Mindy Hsiao, Loudoun County, Sr.; Kelly Lai, Lackey, Soph.; Kristi Kegerreis, Chantilly, Soph.; Seton Pariser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.; Amanda Rales, Bullis, Soph; Maelina Sakio, Lackey, Sr.

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