SPRING 2007 ALL-MET

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Girls' Lacrosse

First Team  |  Second Team  |  Honorable Mention

Player of the Year

Liz Downs, Sr.
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes
Defense

Considered one of the best defenders in the country, Downs used her strength, speed and smarts to shut down attackers all season. She also had 31 goals, 15 assists and a team-high 55 groundballs for the No. 2 Saints. Will play for Virginia.

Coach of the Year

Carin Peterson
Severna Park
In her 19th year, Peterson guided the Falcons (20-0) to their sixth 4A/3A state championship and first since 2001. Severna Park's perfect season included three wins over rival Broadneck.


First Team

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Lauren Thomas Bria Eulitt Lauren Fenlon Caroline Cochran
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Goalkeeper
Mount Hebron, Sr.
Defense
Good Counsel, Sr.
Defense
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.
Midfield
Thomas held opponents to single-digits in 24 of 25 games and shut down national powers McDonogh (two goals) and Moorestown, N.J. (five goals). Will play for Georgetown. Entrusted to run the defense, Eulitt (32 groundballs, 16 forced turnovers) displayed savvy and communication in leading one of the area's top units. Will play for Richmond. Fenlon forced 36 turnovers as she contained top scorers and contributed 24 goals and 15 assists to help the Falcons win their fourth straight WCAC title. Will play for Notre Dame. At 5 feet 3, Cochran was tough on defense and tenacious on offense, scoring 53 goals and adding 16 assists as the Saints played perhaps the area's toughest schedule.


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Jackie Doherty Julie Gardner Karri Ellen Johnson
Mount Hebron, Sr.
Midfield
Severna Park, Jr.
Midfield
Broadneck, Jr.
Midfield
Doherty's competitive spirit translated into aggressiveness on both ends of the field (53 groundballs, 45 goals). Will play for Notre Dame. Speedy and elusive in small spaces, Gardner had 50 goals, including four in the state final, and 15 assists to lead the Falcons through a perfect season. Besides excelling at faceoffs, Johnson led the Bruins in both goals (45) and assists (21) and showed her versatility by causing 20 turnovers in a 13-3 season.


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Molly Millard Josie Owen Katherine Denkler Jacqueline Giles
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Midfield
Severn, Jr.
Midfield
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Attack
Mount Hebron, Sr.
Attack
At 5-10, Millard was an intimidating presence on defense and used her strong shot and powerful moves to lead the Saints in points (58 goals, 50 assists). Will play for Virginia. At critical times, Owen always seemed to make something happen for the Admirals. She led the IAAMA runners-up in points with 35 goals and 27 assists. Nobody was more dangerous with the ball than Denkler, who used an array of moves around the goal to score 81 times and add 22 assists. Will play for Vanderbilt. With a complete repertoire of shots, Giles scored a team-high 59 goals to lead the top-ranked Vikings to their 11th straight 4A/3A state title. Will play for Georgetown.


Second Team

G - Christina Roa, Bullis, Jr.
D - Kelsey Hughes, Severn, Jr.
M - Kristy Black, Glenelg, Jr.
M - Kristen Coleman, Holy Cross, Sr.
M - Mary Lacey Gilbride, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.
M - Lucy Hayes, Holton-Arms, Jr.
M - Mia Hurrin, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
M - Ashley Kimener, Oakton, Jr.
M - Jill Rekart, Mount Hebron, Sr.
A - Alicia Krause, Mount Hebron, Jr.
A - Sarah Parks, Centennial, Jr.
A - Ashley Stodter, Good Counsel, Sr.

Honorable Mention

Goalie: Laura Block, Foxcroft, Sr.; Elaina Ponchione, Good Counsel, Jr.; Margaret-Rose Hart, St. Andrew's, Sr.; Caitlin O'Malley, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Mary Teeters, Centennial, Jr.; Natalie Wills, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.

Defense: Grace Dinn, Holy Cross, Jr.; Corcoran Downey, Centennial, Sr.; Evan Feldman, Leonardtown, Sr.; Claire Leonard, Holton-Arms, Sr.; Jenny Lyons, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Julia Martin, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.; Aubrey Mirkin, Sherwood, Sr.; Alexcia Niumatalolo, Broadneck, Sr.; Cassie Pyle, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.; Shayna Stearns, Severna Park, Sr.; Paige Stratton, Annapolis, Sr.; Annie Taylor, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.

Midfield: Sammy Allen, Blake, Sr.; Alex Aust, Bullis, Soph.; Alex Breiner, O'Connell, Sr.; Reid Cifrino, Yorktown, Sr.; Rocelia Cooper, Holy Child, Sr.; Hayley Katzenberger, Holy Cross, Soph.; Kaitlin Keena, Stone Ridge, Sr.; Lauren Kessler, Springbrook, Sr.; Sunnie Ko, West Springfield, Sr.; Alayna Markwordt, Glenelg, Jr.; Mariclare Masterson, Osbourn, Sr.; Kristen Milligan, Chesapeake, Sr.; Mia Naccarato, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Jacqueline Orona, Poolesville, Sr.; Alex Priddy, Severn, Jr.; Hayley Rausch, Severna Park, Jr.; Breanne Russell, Chopticon, Sr.; Ansley Stewart, Episcopal, Sr.; Michelle Winglee, Sidwell Friends, Sr.

Attack: Mea Arnold, Forest Park, Sr.; Bailey Fogarty, Holton-Arms, Jr.; Jaci Gassaway, Severna Park, Soph.; Jackie Hayes, Dominion, Sr.; Meghan Karkey, Loudoun Valley, Sr.; Kristen Keravich, Glenelg, Sr.; Hadley Lankford, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.; Megan Schrum, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.; Shay Smith, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Julianne Tela, Bishop Ireton, Jr.; Chelsea Thompson, Broadneck, Soph.; Ashley White, Walkersville, Sr.; Monica Zabel, Mount Hebron, Jr.

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