SPRING 2005 ALL-MET
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Tennis
All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Alice Chen, Quince Orchard; Jamie Caplan, Flint Hill; Maggie MacKeever, Churchill; Jess Keener, South Lakes; Laura Reichert, Madison; Ally Spector, Reservoir. Back row: Ryan Lissner, Centennial; Aaron Carr, DeMatha; David Hannon, Episcopal; Will Beck, Bullis; Thomas Nolan, Chantilly; Mike Goodwin, Richard Montgomery; Jared Pinsky, Churchill. Not pictured: Eleanor Peters, Georgetown Visitation; Coach Randy Hanger, Loudoun County; Coach Eulo Regala, La Plata. (John McDonnell - The Washington Post)

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


Player of the Year
JARED PINSKY
Churchill, Soph.

The defending state champion captured the Montgomery County and Region II titles, advancing to the state tournament for the second consecutive year. He is No. 1 in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association's 16-and-under rankings.



Coach of the Year
EULO REGALA
La Plata

Led the Warriors' coed team to its second consecutive Southern Maryland Athletic Conference championship. Finished the regular season undefeated at 14-0, and took second in the Maryland Region IV tournament.



First Team
WILL BECK | Bullis, Soph.
Led Bullis to its first Interstate Athletic Conference championship since 1996 with an undefeated record in the conference. Advanced to the final of the prestigious Ben Johns Invitational tournament. Is No. 3 in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association's 16-and-under rankings.
AARON CARR | DeMatha, Sr.
Won his second Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title with an undefeated record, losing only 10 games all season. Finished his career at 51-6, including the singles title in 2003 and four consecutive doubles titles. Will play for Maryland.
MIKE GOODWIN | Richard Montgomery, Sr.
Was the runner-up at the Maryland Region II and Montgomery County finals. Won the state championship in 2003 and region and county championships for three consecutive seasons prior to 2005. Will play for Emory.
DAVID HANNON | Episcopal, Jr.
The North Carolina native suffered only one conference loss in the regular season. Advanced to the semifinals of the Ben Johns tournament, losing to eventual champion Martin MacIntyre of St. Albans.
RYAN LISSNER | Centennial, Soph.
The 2004 Maryland runner-up was 15-1 going in to the Maryland Region V tournament. Is No. 2 in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association's 16-and-under rankings.
THOMAS NOLAN | Chantilly, Jr.
Captured the AAA Concorde District title after losing in the final the past two years. Reached the state semifinals in 2004. Is No. 14 in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association's 18-and-under rankings.



Honorable Mention
Milo Barajas-Alexander, Gonzaga, Soph.; Daniel Barnas, La Plata, Soph.; David Caplan, Flint Hill, Jr.; Drew Courtney, Robinson, Fr.; Albert Fitch, Northern, Jr.; Shyaam Karra, Madison, Jr.; Yiran Lui, Wootton, Sr.; Jeff Luse, Whitman, Sr.; Martin MacIntyre, St. Albans, Sr.; David Nguyen, Wilde Lake, Fr.; Peydon Nichols, Jefferson, Sr.; Mike Smith, Robinson, Jr.; Matt Vaughn, Loudoun Valley, Sr.; Leon Vessels-Grigsby, DeMatha, Sr.

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


Player of the Year
ELEANOR PETERS
Georgetown Visitation, Jr.

Peters went undefeated for the second consecutive season at 8-0 to win the Independent School League A tournament championship. Is ranked No. 1 in the nation in U.S. Tennis Association's 16-and-under rankings.



Coach of the Year
RANDY HANGER
Loudoun County

Led the Raiders to their second consecutive Virginia AA Dulles District championship. Loudoun County was 14-0 going into the Region II tournament, which it won last year. Hanger guided the Raiders to the state final in 2004 after winning the title in 2003.



First Team
JAMIE CAPLAN | Flint Hill, Sr.
Captured the Independent School League AA championship. Named to the all-conference team for the third consecutive year. Is No. 25 in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association's 18-and-under rankings.
ALICE CHEN | Quince Orchard, Jr.
Captured the Maryland Region II title and was the runner-up in the Montgomery County Division I tournament. Is No. 15 in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association's 18-and-under rankings.
JESS KEENER | South Lakes, Sr.
The defending Virginia AAA champion was the runner-up in the Liberty District this spring and advanced to the Northern Region semifinals for the second consecutive year. Is No. 7 in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association's 18-and-under rankings.
MAGGIE MACKEEVER | Churchill, Jr.
The defending Maryland champion captured her third consecutive Montgomery County Division I title this spring. Was the runner-up in the Maryland Region II tournament. Is No. 5 in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association's 18-and-under rankings.
LAURA REICHERT | Madison, Sr.
Won her third consecutive Virginia AAA Liberty District title and advanced to Virginia AAA Northern Region semifinals. Won the Virginia AAA Northern Region title as a sophomore and junior. Will play for North Carolina.
ALLY SPECTOR | Reservoir, Sr.
Went 20-1 and became the three-year-old school's first player to win a Howard County singles title as well as the school's first first-team All-Met selection.



Honorable Mention
Grace Cheng, River Hill, Fr.; Candace Cunningham, School Without Walls, Jr.; Liz Emery, Langley, Sr.; Leslie Hansen, Jefferson, Jr.; Laura Holley, Loudoun Valley, Soph.; Sam Kingsley, Langley, Sr.; Kristi Kegerreis, Chantilly, Jr.; Kelly Lai, Lackey, Jr.; Sidney Murrary, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Amanda Rales, Bullis, Jr.; Kristina Romankova, Potomac (Va.), Jr.; Kristen Scott, Holton-Arms, Sr.


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