SPRING 2006 ALL-MET
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Tennis
All-Mets
Front row, from left: Thomas Nolan, Chantilly; Drew Courtney, Robinson; Wil Beck, Bullis; Coach Bill Barnes, Gonzaga; Chris Goodwin, Rockville; David Hannon, Episcopal; Jared Pinsky, Churchill. Back row: Alice Chen, Quince Orchard; Kristi Kegerreis, Chantilly; Agnes Sibilski, Stone Ridge; Yilian Zhang, Westfield; Marisa Schonfeld, Maret; Maria Fuccillo, Holy Cross. Not pictured: David Nguyen, Wilde Lake; Maggie MacKeever, Churchill; Coach Lisa Rucker, Battlefield. (Jonathan Newton -- The Washington Post)

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


Player of the Year
Jared Pinsky
Churchill, Jr.

The repeat All-Met Player of the Year and two-time defending Maryland champion went unbeaten through the regular season and won a second straight Montgomery County title. He is one of the top 16-year-old players in the country, as ranked by the U.S. Tennis Association.



Coach of the Year
Bill Barnes
Gonzaga

The eighth-year coach led the Eagles to an 18-0 record and a second consecutive WCAC title, the program’s first league crowns since 1995. His players won eight of the nine singles and doubles titles in the WCAC championships. Barnes was an All-Met Coach of the Year in boys’ basketball at Carroll in the 1970s.



First Team
Wil Beck, Bullis, Jr.
The repeat All-Met went undefeated in the Interstate Athletic Conference, leading the Bulldogs to an unbeaten season. He also won the No. 1 singles championship in the Ben Johns Invitational.

Drew Courtney, Robinson, Soph.
Upset defending Virginia AAA champion Thomas Nolan in straight sets in the Concorde District championship, and is the defending state doubles champion (with partner Mike Smith).

Chris Goodwin, Rockville, Soph.
One of the top young players in Maryland, Goodwin reached the Montgomery County singles championship and won the first set off Jared Pinsky in the title match. Brother Mike was All-Met from 2003 to 2005.

David Hannon, Episcopal, Sr.
The repeat All-Met, a North Carolinian attending the Alexandria boarding school, went 14-2 and reached the Ben Johns Invitational final. Helped lead the Maroon to a No. 1 seed in the Virginia Independent Schools tournament.

David Nguyen, Wilde Lake, Soph.
A defending Maryland state semifinalist, the top Wildecat went through the season unbeaten headed into his region tournament after pulling out a three-set match to win the Howard County title.

Thomas Nolan, Chantilly, Sr.
The repeat All-Met and defending Virginia AAA champion again is considered the top player in the Northern Region despite an upset loss to Drew Courtney in the district title match. Will play for Boston College.



Honorable Mention
Milo Barajas-Alexander, O’Connell, Jr.; Daniel Barnas, La Plata, Jr.; Scott Burtzlaff, River Hill, Sr.; David Caplan, Flint Hill, Sr.; Arup Das, McLean, Jr.; Matt Feeley, Potomac School, Soph.; Frank Huang, Lake Braddock, Sr.; David Lupinetti, Walkersville, Jr.; Zach Nicholson, DeMatha, Soph.; Zachary Pine, Flint Hill, Soph.; Harsha Rao, Old Mill, Fr.; Doug Robertson, Forest Park, Jr.; Mike Smith, Robinson, Sr.; Dan Stahl, Whitman, Jr.; Emre Ucal, Arundel, Sr.; Andrew Zutz, Bullis, Jr.

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


Player of the Year
Maggie MacKeever
Churchill, Sr.

The repeat All-Met has won four Montgomery County championships -- becoming the first girl to do that in almost 20 years -- and two state championships. Has been ranked as high as No. 2 this year in the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association. Will play for Maryland.



Coach of the Year
Lisa Rucker
Battlefield

After a successful nine-year tenure at Osbourn Park, she has led the second-year Battlefield program to an unbeaten regular season in the Virginia AAA Cedar Run District and to a berth in the state tournament, the first for any program in the Haymarket school's short history.



First Team
Alice Chen, Quince Orchard, Sr.
A repeat All-Met, the defending Maryland Region II champion and 2005 state finalist reached the past two Montgomery County title matches. Will play for Maryland.

Maria Fuccillo, Holy Cross, Fr.
Breezed to the WCAC singles title last fall and teamed with older sister Angela for the doubles championship to help lead the unbeaten Tartans to the team title.

Kristi Kegerreis, Chantilly, Sr.
Lost only one match during the regular season and won her third consecutive Virginia AAA Concorde District championship, topping another All-Met, Yilian Zhang. Will play for Georgia Southern.

Marisa Schonfeld, Maret, Jr.
Undefeated in the ISL in the fall, facing opponents in both the upper and lower divisions, she helped the Frogs win the ISL A championship as one of the top private schools.

Agnes Sibilski, Stone Ridge, Jr.
The Gators' top player in the fall -- she opted not to compete during the spring season -- she helped pace the team to the Independent School League AA regular season and tournament titles.

Yilian Zhang, Westfield, Fr.
In her first year of high school competition, she reached the Virginia AAA Northern Region championship, where she met Concorde District rival Kegerreis, and in the process earned a state tournament berth.



Honorable Mention
Christine Aggabao, Old Mill, Sr.; Courtney Casey, Georgetown Visitation, Soph.; Erin Clark, Fairfax, Sr.; Candace Cunningham, School Without Walls, Sr.; Gabrielle Duncan, St. John's, Soph.; Cece Greco, Battlefield, Fr.; Leslie Hansen, Jefferson, Sr.; Lindsey Hardenbergh, Robinson, Soph.; Carmen Jackman, Blake, Soph.; Haley Katsman, Marriotts Ridge, Jr.; Kelly Lai, Lackey, Sr.; Lorne McManigle, Stone Ridge, Jr.; Amy Olson, Arundel, Soph.; Kiersten Pappas, Loudoun Valley, Fr.; Neena Passi, Holton-Arms, Jr.; Ydsia Quintero, Atholton, Soph.; Christine Tran, Robinson, Sr.


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