SPRING 2006 ALL-MET
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Soccer
All-Mets
Front row, from left: Cameron Petty, Osbourn Park; Kristin Bowers, Lake Braddock; Emily Jukich, Centreville; Caitlin O'Connor, Chantilly; Gina Winters, Fairfax; Kimmy Moss, Broad Run; Guil Costa, Lake Braddock. Middle row, from left: Coach Mike Webb, Chancellor; Jackie Cozza, Gar-Field; Patti Benner, Centreville; Mary Jo Loos, Stone Bridge; Meghan Lenczyk, Langley; Lauren Hallauer, Robinson; Marika Gray, Hayfield; Blaine Hitt, Yorktown; Coach Jim Felix, Stone Bridge. Back row, from left: Matt Weiler, Lake Braddock; Joe Barnd, W.T. Woodson; Cory Fick, Hayfield; Jon Smithgall, Lake Braddock; Eber Martinez, Gar-Field; Dan Williams, Lake Braddock; Pat Barthold, Westfield; Uche Onyeador, Potomac Falls; Alex Silver, Forest Park; David Sanford, Chancellor. (Jonathan Newton -- The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
Guil Costa
Lake Braddock, Sr.
Forward

The dynamic striker had 14 goals and 10 assists during the Bruins' undefeated run through their first 15 games. The team’s emotional leader plays with a flair that attracts attention everywhere on the pitch. His accurate shot resulted in seven goals on free kicks. Will play for Drexel.



Coach of the Year
Mike Webb
Chancellor

In his 18th season at the Fredericksburg school, Webb recorded his 300th career victory and Chancellor started 15-0 with 10 shutouts. He led the Chargers to Virginia AA championships twice and accumulated 15 district championships and seven region titles during his first 17 years.



First Team
Goalkeeper
Dan Williams, Lake Braddock, Sr.
At 6 feet 2 and 195 pounds, the repeat All-Met controls the penalty area with his imposing frame and an aggressive style. He had nine shutouts through 15 games. Will play for Kentucky.

Defense
Jon Smithgall, Lake Braddock, Sr.
The Bruins' speedy center back helped anchor a defense that did not allow a goal in nine of its first 15 games. He had five goals and five assists. Will play for James Madison.

Defense
Matt Weiler, Lake Braddock, Sr.
A three-time All-Met, the hard-nosed Weiler is the vocal leader of the Bruins' stout back line. Had one goal and five assists through 15 games. Will play for Kentucky.

Midfield
Eber Martinez, Gar-Field, Jr.
The member of the under-18 national team pool helped the Indians win the AAA Cardinal District regular season title with 11 goals and five assists in 10 games.

Midfield
Cameron Petty, Osbourn Park, Sr.
The dominating possession player led the young Yellow Jackets to their third consecutive AAA Cedar Run District regular season title. He scored 10 goals in 16 games. Will play for American.

Midfield
David Sanford, Chancellor, Sr.
The savvy midfielder and exceptional ball distributor helped the Chargers to a 15-0 start with 11 goals and 20 assists. Will play for Navy.

Midfield
Alex Silver, Forest Park, Sr.
The Forest Park captain's leadership and ball skills were the biggest reasons the Bruins started 13-2. He scored five goals and led the team with 15 assists. Will play for Old Dominion.

Forward
Joe Barnd, W.T. Woodson, Jr.
One season after helping the Cavaliers to a runner- up finish in the AAA state tournament, Barnd had 16 goals and 4 assists through 14 games to lead W.T. Woodson to a second straight Liberty District regular season title.

Forward
Pat Barthold, Westfield, Sr.
Westfield's emotional leader used his speed and scoring knack to get 20 goals and 11 assists through 14 games. Will play for Cincinnati.

Forward
Cory Fick, Hayfield, Sr.
A second-team All-Met last season, Fick is the leader of a veteran team. The speedy striker sometimes played midfield, and he had seven goals and five assists through 14 games.

Forward
Uche Onyeador, Potomac Falls, Soph.
His combination of ball skills, speed and finesse resulted in 23 goals and 9 assists through 16 games. He has 51 goals in less than two seasons.



Second Team
Goalkeeper
David Meiklejohn, Forest Park, Sr.

Defense
Jon Chapman, Woodbridge, Sr.
James Flerlage, North Stafford, Sr.

Midfield
Trip Henning, Yorktown, Jr.
Tyler Mishalow, Robinson, Sr.
A.J. Sheta, Westfield, Soph.
Chris Tait, Brentsville, Sr.

Forward
Jose Colchao, Lake Braddock, Jr.
Irvin Martinez, Gar-Field, Sr.
David Parsons, Courtland, Sr.
C.J. Sapong, Forest Park, Jr.
Mijael Vargas, Washington-Lee, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers
Nick Botero, Hayfield, Sr.; Michael Conrad, Washington-Lee, Jr.; Caleb Davison, Robinson, Sr.; Tommy King, North Stafford, Jr.; Phillip Latham, Falls Church, Sr.; Ken Manahan, Chancellor, Jr.; Austin Shangraw, Potomac Falls, Jr.; Chris Torres, McLean, Jr.

Defenders
Edgar Awumey, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Greg Chambers, Langley, Sr.; Mike Chaves, George Mason, Sr.; Andrew Harvey, Herndon, Sr.; Josh Hernandez, Colonial Forge, Sr.; Scott Levine, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Duy Nguyen, Washington-Lee, Sr.; Chris Porter, West Potomac, Sr.; Ryan Rudzinski, Langley, Sr.; Hussein Shaban, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Ryan Taibl, Westfield, Sr.; Eric Zeuhsow, Broad Run, Jr.

Midfielders
Brian Germain, Langley, Sr.; Matt Goff, Robinson, Sr.; Jason Malkiewicz, North Stafford, Sr.; Chris McClaugherty, Brentsville, Jr.; Andrew McDaniel, Broad Run, Sr.; Waris Mojaddidi, West Springfield, Sr.; John Painter, Gar-Field, Sr.; Jeff Sapolski, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Brendan Shaffer, Battlefield, Jr.; Patrick Stevens, Centreville, Sr.


Forwards
Neil Barlow, Langley, Sr.; Ben Biber, Potomac Falls, Jr.; Carlos Davila, Chantilly, Jr.; Brian Esoda, Loudoun Valley, Jr.; Kevin Greenberg, Hayfield, Sr.; Mark Higdon, Fairfax, Sr.; Juan Lanza, Hylton, Sr.; Clay Price, West Springfield, Sr.; Remington Stein, Chancellor, Sr.; Zach Wysocki, Brentsville, Fr.

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

Player of the Year
Emily Jukich
Centreville, Sr.
Forward

A two-time All-Met, Jukich was this season’s AAA Concorde District player of the year. A vocal leader on and off the field, the multi-talented forward leads Centreville with 13 goals and eight assists while opening up the field for her teammates. Will play for Virginia Tech.



Coach of the Year
Jim Felix
Stone Bridge

One season after taking the Bulldogs to the AA state title, Felix helped his team to make the jump to the AAA Liberty District and led them to the regular season title. In three years at the Ashburn school, Felix has posted a 36-12-7 record.



First Team
Goalkeeper
Gina Winters, Fairfax, Jr.
Winters played every minute for the Rebels this season, facing an astounding 233 shots and turning away 208 in 12 games -- an .893 save percentage.

Defense
Kristin Bowers, Lake Braddock, Sr.
Bowers is a repeat All-Met who has improved this season to bolster the Bruins. She can dominate a game on offense and defense. Will play for Virginia.

Defense
Jackie Cozza, Gar-Field, Sr.
The 2005 AAA Cardinal District and Northwestern Region player of the year, Cozza is a dominant presence on an Indians defense that has posted nine shutouts this season. Will play for Radford.

Defense
Lauren Hallauer, Robinson, Jr.
Imposing central defender on a Robinson team that has a 0.56 goals against average, Hallauer has also been able to put 22 shots on goal and has registered two assists.

Defense
Kaitlin O'Connor, Chantilly, Jr.
A first-team AAA Concorde District selection in each of her three years, O’Connor frequently marks the opposition’s top offensive threat. She has five goals and four assists this spring.

Midfield
Patti Benner, Centreville, Sr.
A dynamic playmaker for Centreville, Benner also is formidable in the air. She can set up teammates or find the goal herself, with six goals and four assists this season. Will play for George Mason.

Midfield
Blaine Hitt, Yorktown, Sr.
Hitt’s ability to gain possession in the midfield and beat multiple defenders has been the driving force behind the Patriots’ offense. She leads team with 14 goals and four assists. Will play for Georgia.

Midfield
Mary Jo Loos, Stone Bridge, Sr.
After earning All-Met honors as a goalkeeper in 2005, Loos’s play in the midfield led to seven goals and six assists and player of the year honors in the AAA Liberty District. Will play for William & Mary.

Midfield
Kimmy Moss, Broad Run, Jr.
The Spartans’ driving force, Moss has a knack for setting up teammates with well-timed passes or weaving through the defense to create scoring chances. Has scored four goals this season.

Forward
Marika Gray, Hayfield, Jr.
Gray’s 26 goals during the regular season accounted for nearly 75 percent of Hayfield’s output. Possessing an abundance of speed and foot skills, Gray has beaten double teams to put up big numbers.

Forward
Meghan Lenczyk, Langley, Jr.
The three-time all-Liberty District selection is often marked by more than one defender but still has been able to lead Langley with 11 goals and seven assists.



Second Team
Goalkeeper
Stephanie Poucher, West Springfield, Sr.

Defense
Caitlin Gorham, Langley, Jr.
Kim Jones, West Springfield, Sr.
Caitlin O’Malley, Yorktown, Sr.
Kristi Sieber, Loudoun County, Sr.

Midfield
Stephanie Balzano, Battlefield, Sr.
Sarah Cabrisses, Stone Bridge, Jr.
Caity Comstock, Langley, Sr.
Kathleen Rubbo, Colonial Forge, Sr.

Forward
Caly Cassady, Brentsville, Sr.
Victoria Damren, Forest Park, Sr.
Bri Smith, Broad Run, Jr.



Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers
Brianna Arthurs, Yorktown, Sr.; Katie Baumgardner, Potomac Falls, Soph.; Marcia Biddle, Gar-Field, Sr.; Elise Loiselle, Brentsville, Jr.; Allison Carlstrom, Colonial Forge, Sr.

Defenders
Stacy Fletcher, Courtland, Jr.; Nicole Gerow, West Potomac, Sr.; Stephanie Hair, Battlefield, Sr.; Claire Hakim, Langley, Jr.; Heather Hubert, Hayfield, Sr.; Lauren Kaiser, Edison, Jr.; Brittany Kuhn, Robinson, Sr.; Catherine Lynn, Westfield, Jr.; Lindsay Snook, Potomac Falls, Soph.; Francesca Tauzon, Madison, Sr.; Bo Visavakul, Westfield, Soph.

Midfielders
Ally Atkins, Liberty, Jr.; Cortlyn Bristol, Chantilly, Fr.; Taylor Carr, Robinson, Sr.; Lisa Clark, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Katie Dye, Lake Braddock, Jr.; Susan Finch, South Lakes, Sr.; Ashley Hoath, Mount Vernon, Sr.; Kendall Irby, Gar-Field, Sr.; Jaime Kuykendall, Madison, Soph.; Sam Moskal, Chantilly, Sr.; Bailey Wilcox, Riverbend, Soph.

Forwards
Katie Ansell, Stone Bridge, Soph.; Mary Casey, Chantilly, Sr.; Theresa DeLucca, Gar-Field, Sr.; Danitte Fisher, Robinson, Jr.; Taylor Johnson, Dominion, Jr.; Emily Knox, Warren County, Soph.; Kelly Mitchell, Hayfield, Sr.; Danielle Moyer, Clarke County, Sr.; Crissy Parker, Hylton, Sr.; Laurel Pastor, West Springfield, Soph.; Kelly Reinwald, North Stafford, Soph.; Krysti Rodriquez, Stone Bridge, Fr.; Carly Sullivan, Riverbend, Soph.


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